Why I Love Women



I have loved and hated women my whole life.  They have consumed me.  We have been attracted and unattracted to each other by magnetic rays, space gun confusion and irrational love. 


I have liked their bodies, their personalities, their spiritualties. I have hated their aloofness, their coyness and their lack of attraction towards me.


Women are and always have been magnificent.  So I don’t understand this recent celebration of gay love.  I can’t relate to something so foreign to me that it belongs on another globe. It’s not that I am angry.  I am bewildered.


Gay  love rising to the forefront dilutes the power of my drinking a heterosexual steroid shake.  It reduces my muscles.  It makes my view of the world less important and opens new generations to the twist and turns of homosexuality.


I don’t want my children confused by gay worship so that they could possibly be attracted to either sex.  Hasn’t heterosexual sex been good enough for endless generations?  Isn’t reproduction part of the equation?  Isn’t love related to survival by having children rather than just having unproductive emotions?


Men are notoriously promiscuous.  They are from Mars.  What’s the chances of a male-male marriage running the course?


How have gays abruptly  risen out of the closet and strangled us with their narcissistic hangers?  Why are liberals so convinced that gayness is a religion of rightness, that going against the grain will result in an intellectual loaf of intelligent bread?


I don’t understand why gays expect me to accept their behavior.  They curry my approval.  And yet, although it is not their fault, I am horrified in the marrow of my bones by their attraction. The survival of the species has always depended on an aversion to homosexual love and a desire for heterosexual love.


I don’t expect gays to dance around the flag of heterosexuality.  They  should be what they be.  But they shouldn’t expect me not to flinch from what is foreign to me.  The gay world is like Pluto.  It loses its stature as a planet compared to the heterosexual world.


Promotion of the gay world undercuts the history of the earth.  I would like to accept it just to be a good guy.  But it cuts an intellectual twisted knife through the heart of our common background.


It is historically dangerous.  It threatens the foundation of civilization that heterosexual marriage has always provided. Who knows what societal changes will occur when couples can’t procreate naturally?  What are the ramifications?

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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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