Bigotry with Regard to Homosexuality



According to Wikepedia,“Bigotry is a state of mind where a person obstinately, irrationally, unfairly or intolerantly dislikes other people, ideas, etc.  Some examples include personal beliefs, race, religion, national origin, gender, disability, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, or other group characteristics.”


The definition of bigotry makes sense in all cases except “sexual orientation.” Bigotry towards same sex intercourse is not an ideological choice but a bodily demand.  The attraction to the wrong sex is a physical mistake; it is the defiance against the normal sexuality of the male-female relationship and a threat to the status quo of civilization. It is not an unfair dislike.  It is a visceral distaste.


People who are against miscegenation are bigoted.  They are stupid.  But people who are against gay marriage are reacting to the natural instincts of their bodies.  Bigotry is an unfair word for being against same sex marriage.  It is reasonable normalcy.


Being (what the liberals call) bigoted against homosexuality is following the natural inheritance of the body and the normality of opposite sex polarity.  The world is based on the male-female valence and the history of the earth is contingent upon it.  Homosexuality is a threat to the continuance of mankind and the beginning of the end of the world.


Only liberals who want to turn the world topsy-turvy could be stupid enough to not be bigoted against homosexuality. Bigotry is a blessing when it protects the masses against minority mistakes.


And yet they call those of us who are far reaching enough to see the dangers of homosexuality bigots.  Wanting a world like we inherited is not bigotry.  Pride in homosexuality is bigotry.  It is an unfair retroactive prejudice to the preceding tried and true ideas and beliefs of our ancestors.


I am not against homosexuals.  Most are delightful people.  I am against homosexuality as an act.  I am justified in being bigoted against it even if I am not hostile against it.  In order to love the idea of having sex with women I have to be repulsed by having sex with men.

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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 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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