My friend Diversity Chronicle has been nudging me to condemn homosexuality for years. My response has been measured. Having suffered from homosexual aggression in the past, I’m not a natural ally to homosexuals; I don’t have warm and fuzzy feelings toward them or their lifestyle. On the other hand, it’s difficult for me to imagine homosexuality as a choice. My gut feeling is that either it’s genetic, congenital or a result of some sort of early childhood experience. Therefore, I refuse to place homosexuals in my “hate zone.” I’m not going to attack people for their personal activities, and I certainly will not advocate for their execution.
But Diversity Chronicle sent me this Bitchute video:
Neither of us is Christian, or religious in any meaningful way, but we do agree that the pastor makes some valid points – points that have been vindicated by what I have personally seen. For my own convenience, I’ll simply paste my correspondence with Diversity Chronicle:
I admire that man for his conviction and courage – and he makes excellent points. It’s not a lifestyle to be encouraged. There are a few flaws in his sermon:
1) He assumes that God’s punishments should be administered by our own secular government today. Maybe, maybe not. It’s not to be taken for granted.
If we assume the bible is the word of God, obviously it’s laws should supersede secular laws, and its laws should be the basis for all civil law, logically, if it is a divine revelation? Most Christians/Jews do not believe this, which makes me think they don’t really believe it is divine revelation in fact. I realize this is a huge assumption in the first place, but I think it does follow logically from that belief. It is not my purpose to argue for or against that position here. My point in recommending the documentary is that, regardless of one’s religious views, there are many important suppressed facts about the harmful nature of homosexuality which I would like to see more widely known. I would recommend the documentary to anyone, for that reason.
2) He assumes that being homosexual is a choice, but I don’t believe that. I’ll admit that it’s a flaw, and a mental disease, but not that it’s a choice.
Choosing to engage in sodomy, or the celibate lifestyle is a choice. A heterosexual can choose to have sex or not have sex. He or she can choose to have parades or not have parades. Also, it is a choice for many lesbians as they themselves admit. Additionally, given that some homosexuals claim they were cured of it, not getting help or trying to change I believe incurs moral guilt. If you can change possibly, and choose not to try, that is also a choice, choosing not to get help, or to try to self reform. We know about half of homosexual males admit to being molested as a child or teen by an adult man. So, before that most of them were not homosexual? They should be encouraged not to let that past abuse ruin or define the rest of their lives. It isn’t something to celebrate, or tolerate in my view. Homosexuals threaten non-homosexuals since they can now donate blood, and it is not rejected by blood banks, despite their much higher STD rate. They also threaten innocent children given the close relationship between homosexuality and pedophilia, which has been proven and documented. Almost half of adult male homosexuals admit to being sexually molested as children or teenagers by an adult male. I would advocate a zero tolerance policy on homosexuality.
3) He implies that every homosexual man is also attracted to women – based on the Bible. I’m pretty certain this is not so.
I actually think this at least has a lot of truth to it. I saw a homosexual admit once on tv in the 90s he was attracted to some women, he just said it was very rare. He also claimed others had varying degrees of attraction to women. He specifically said he was homosexual, he said nothing about bisexuals. Now this is no longer talked about, but some homosexuals who identify as homosexual did/do admit this. I can’t prove they all have this, but some clearly do. Typically people get angry if this is even pointed out, why so? If they are attracted to women a little bit, it seems to me that may be something that can increase with effort. Because libtardism celebrates the perverse and the defective, they oppose any effort to cure homosexuals or encourage them to be celibate even. Even though their lifestyle is deadly.
I do agree with the pastor that homosexuals tend to be far more promiscuous than others; my own observations of male homosexuals have confirmed this. Men are easy, and the homosexuals I’ve known seem to live lives of one sexual escapade after another. It should be no mystery that they tend to be vectors for disease.
He is also correct in his observation that the Establishment has bent over backwards, even to the point of renaming a disease, to make the homosexual lifestyle look acceptable.
He’s right that homosexual activists should be condemned for having “pride” in their activities. It’s nothing to be proud of – and it certainly shouldn’t be promoted; to do so to our youth is the ultimate depravity. It’s just one more example of how the Establishment Left views children as pawns for their own sick agenda.
He makes a good point that the homosexual lifestyle, coupled with their political agenda, presents dangers to the rest of us. It would be interesting to know how many people have contracted AIDS, or other STIs, due to contaminated blood taken from homosexuals. Both the Red Cross and other organizations have restrictions on donating blood if the donor has had sex with another man – but the fact remains that it’s an honor system. Also, testing is not perfect and the risk, however small, remains.
The fact remains that many worthy individuals have been homosexual. Some prominent white-advocates are homosexual. As stated, I don’t believe they had a choice in the matter, and they (like most of us) keep their sexuality to themselves. We should respect them as human beings, and focus on their positive achievements. Let’s leave the witch hunts for the leftists, and let’s leave divine punishment for God. I’d put them in a similar (and less dangerous) category as pedophiles: Be wary of them, and be especially careful with your children – but don’t persecute them for something they have no control over, even if it appears that some of them do have some control over it.
If homosexuality is a sin, then let he who is sinless cast the first stone.