No. I don’t hate gay people for being gay. I’m just sick of them thinking that the world owes them an apology, sympathy or acceptance–even Christians who by the tenets of Christianity are not going to validate them; still yet; the gay marriage issue is directly contradictory to the anti-Christian attitude many homosexuals/lesbians have toward those of faith.
God does not ordain homosexuality. Sodom and Gomorrah were an abomination to him. And he destroyed those two cities and everything in them.
However, what is really irking myself and a lot of people is the constant goading and ambush tactics that the gay community is using to gain power.
First of all, I don’t have to like anyone–be they gay or straight. No one insinuates themselves into my life without scrutiny.
Second, just because someone does not support the homosexual lifestyle (and that’s exactly what it is) doesn’t mean they are a bigot. It just means they have standards and draw the line on certain acts or behavior. Let’s be real here…homosexuality is disgusting to many people–and don’t act like you don’t know that. Why are heterosexual people being asked what do they think about gay marriage? If you’re an adult, why do I have to accept what you do to make you feel comfortable? A few weeks ago, I was talking to a girlfriend about this and we both agreed that it sounds like people who aren’t really sure about what they are doing and who need constant reassurance in order to suppress their inner guilt about their behavior. Basically, it’s an ambush question, designed to cover the true intent of the inquiry. In essence…there’s only one answer that is acceptable and God help you if you object.
Third, if you are gay, why in the hell do you have to “come out” as has occurred with the two athletes announcing their sexual preference. Who cares. What is this supposed to prove–and to whom are you seeking acceptance from?
Recently, in Arizona, business owners wanted to have a law passed banning gay people from entering their place of business because of their religious beliefs.
Now, even I will admit that this was extreme. The only purpose of running a business is to make money.
However, the gay marriage issue is making people defensive mainly due to the aggressiveness of the movement seemingly wanting to make everyone an advocate of this lifestyle whether they agree with it or not.
That’s not acceptance–IT’S COERCION.
And I for one will not tolerate it.
Heterosexuals are beginning to rumble and what happened in Arizona is just the beginning.
It’s going to be interesting to see what happens in the future, but as of now; if I don’t hear another report of a gay issue for the next 25 years, I will jump for joy.