Nothing Right about Gay Rights



Gay rights is not right.  Restriction of rights is right.  Limitations are right. An orderly society is right.


When I press my elbows against walls my  chest expands. When I spent two years confined in

 a prison camp my consciousness expanded.  I discovered wide vistas within my restrictions.


Continuity gives civilization its density. Without the consistency of two sex marriage there would be no natural children.  Same sex couples adopting children leads to a failed society. 


Same sex marriage is a recent innovation yet there are already reports that there is more pedophilia in same sex adoption.  If I were adopted by gays, I would kill myself.


Right is prohibiting perversion and discovering the beauty of societal norms.  Rights are turning your back on wrong pathways and following historical routes.


When gays approach me on the streets of Brooklyn and ask me to support gay  rights I turn from them.  Gays already share most of our rights.  The stupidity of allowing them to marry is not a right but a wrong.


Perversion is not a reason to brag.  Homosexuality is not more intellectual because it negates heterosexuality and pretends that it is in some way superior. Turning against tradition does not imply a leap of logic but a moronic crashing down of values.


I’d like to free gays from their need to force their pride down our throats. I’d like to allow them to admit their own perversions for what they are.  Not some sort of institutionalized silliness like marriage.


Back in the sixties female libbers pressed their own freedoms so that they could become unhappy and abandoned by their husbands.  Obama pretends that there is no such thing as radical Muslims while they chop off our heads.  And gays pretend that they have the right to imitate logical contradictions like gay marriage.


Gays have to stop being stupidly institutionalized through same sex marriage and gay pride. They are not what they are not and shouldn’t be boastful about their deviations and failures.


I am not embarrassed that liberals think that I am a jerk for not believing in gay marriage.  It’s just that I don’t believe in the promotion of childless unions.  And I laugh at their trying to be superior to me by promoting their perversions.

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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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