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Don’t Tell the Normal Man

What is a normal man?  A man who is typical of the majority of his ancestors.  A man who likes beef regardless of the vicissitudes of the vegetarian or the vegan clans.  A man who feels that abortion should be somewhat limited regardless of the modern politically correct wholesale adoption of it.

A man who finds music inspiring, art uplifting and women beautiful.  In fact a boy or a man thinks about sex with a woman approximately every seven seconds.   It is our obsession.  We marry because of our attraction to female bodies.  We don’t even know that men have bodies and if it is brought to our attention we are disgusted.

We like men as friends.  We do not like them as lovers.  We are horrified by the possibility.  When are gays going to quit fooling themselves and face reality rather than their wishes?

When they transform their wishes into pressure for us to like what they like too, they are hurting themselves.  We are what we are.  They should be what they be.

Why should they need our acceptance?  They should go back in their closets and leave us alone instead of hanging themselves from their own hangers of self-exposure.

gayrollerThere are many things that a man finds disgusting.  We don’t want a dog pooping on our shoes.  We don’t like our friends to shoot boogers at us.  We don’t like to see a man beating a woman or having sex with a child.  We don’t like to see men molesting donkey’s. We don’t like someone pissing on the subway tracks.  And we don’t like to see men kissing each other or having sex with each other.

Gays have been laughed, scorned or looked down on for centuries.  Now they have stupidly decided that the best way to come back into the mainstream of society is to be proud and show off their gayness. They don’t stop to think that this will alienate the normal man.  They don’t consider that while we consider them friendly, neat and kind people we cannot tolerate their display of aberrant behavior.

Men loving other men is their prerogative.  But displaying it to normal men who might accept it intellectually but are repulsed by it physically is shortsighted.

People celebrated “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” being eliminated from the military.  Are they stupid enough to think that being openly gay makes it endearing to the other troops?  Why can’t gayness be kept a secret.  I don’t announce it when I feel hostility towards my friends and feel like stabbing them for no reason.  I live with it. I’m not afraid of shame.  I don’t turn negatives into positives to convince people that something is better than it is.

We accept gays for who they are.  They should accept us for whom we are.  We are upset or aggravated by displays of gay sex.  That is natural, functional, normal. They should interact with us as human beings not as sexual deviates.

One day their waving their rainbow flag of gayness will backfire on them.  They should be content to be accepted for who they are as people not as odd idiosyncrasies that hold themselves out for public view and inevitable scorn.

For some reason gays have become a protected class.  If you say anything even slightly negative about them, you get crucified by the liberal class. Most of the biggest complainers are liberal heterosexuals.  They don’t even know what it is to be gay but they are their big defenders.

The fact that society has been built upon heterosexual marriage doesn’t bother the weak minded liberals. They don’t see the consequences of their ideological positions.  They think that they are enlightening society but they are putting out the lights.

The views expressed in this opinion article are solely those of their author and are not necessarily either shared or endorsed by EagleRising.com


About the author

David Lawrence

David Lawrence

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on Amazon.com. He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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