Gay People are Not the Problem; Closet Gay People Are! And You Can Blame Religion!

Homosexuals who conduct their lives as do heterosexuals in society pose the same threats to society as do heterosexuals. Their desire to wed poses absolutely no threat to existing marriages or the institution of heterosexual marriage and anyone who says other than this is clearly lacking the ability or willingness to think for themselves!

The “evil homosexual” as depicted by our wonderful American Christian Taliban, seems to come predominantly but not exclusively from one demographic; the closet! Make that the Christian Republican closet; and guess what…the very people who preach against homosexuality played a big part in creating the homosexual sociopath! Yes, by demonizing these people and forcing them into hidden suppressed lifestyles they are forced to keep their deep rooted problems to themselves. They are too ashamed to deal with who they are and they are frightened to death of being “found out” so they can never dare to attempt to address their problems. What I am saying here is that when you repress your natural desires for too long the tendency to explode and over indulge increases! The pressure builds up and you can bet it is going to eventually release (no pun intended!)

At the head of the “blame” list in my opinion are Christians and Muslims. Yes, I risked my life by daring to speak negatively about Islam! But the fact is that these religions, among others, lead the world in cruelty and social abuse when it comes to homosexuality. Hypocrisy seems to be par for the course with these religions as their entire goal seems to be showing people the way to heaven as they make life on earth a living hell for some. That is what they do to homosexuals; they make life hell for them. So many of these people are forced to live a false existence simply because they want to be loved or at least not tormented. And that very forced suppressed existence does two things; it creates the potential for overcompensation and it provides a safe haven for the sickest of the sick; the proverbial deserter hiding out in the middle of a battlefield!

Still with all that comes to light about the hypocrisy of our religious leaders the followers keep justifying their obviously misguided principles. They continue to listen to the anti-gay rhetoric even when it comes from closet homosexuals who are hiding behind anti-gay rhetoric just so they won’t be the target of anti-gay people! Do human beings get any dumber? I think not!   Think about it!

4 Responses to “Gay People are Not the Problem; Closet Gay People Are! And You Can Blame Religion!”

  1. Truth Seeker on March 4, 1972 on January 7, 2003 on August 21, 2004, or no, sorry, actually says:

    I hate religion with a fury. And I hate hypocritical, bigoted religious people.

    There is no legal basis for denying any type of person the right to marry. Everything I have known–equal protection under the law, all men are created equal, etc.–tells me the only thing motivating the anti-gay freaks is bigotry.

    I have a related story to tell, but since no one reads this, I won’t bother…

  2. Jesse says:

    Truth Seeker …”no one reads this?”

    Guess again! My blog gets published regualry all over! traffic has increased steadily since day one.

  3. Catherine says:

    Frankly, I don’t see how standing in front of a minister can sanctify a marriage more than two people simply promising to love and be faithful to each other, regardless of the gender of the couple making that promise. As Dan Barker says in his book “Losing Faith in Faith,” “A wedding is a public testimony for the sake of family and friends, society, and legality. But a marriage is a very personal thing.”

    It’s unfortunate that we’ve come into the 21st century shadowed by a Dark Ages view of human rights.

  4. Truth Seeker on March 4, 1972 on January 7, 2003 on August 21, 2004, or no, sorry, actually says:

    By “no one reads this”, Jesse, I meant my comments, not so much your blog.

    Marriage, as far as the government is concerned, is nothing but a legal contract. It confers certain rights. It’s just a legal contract. The personal aspect of it is a totally separate matter.

    There is absolutely no defensible or comprehensible legal basis for denying someone the right to enter such a legal contract based on the gender of the person they wish to enter the contract with.

    The government has liked to outlaw and regulate gender discrimination. Well, opposition to gay marriage is nothing more than sanctioned gender discrimination.

    When I’m in my worst of moods, I’d like to round up every asshole who favors that sort of thing, put them on a ship, and sink it.

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