I Dislike Liberal Heterosexuals not Gays

I want to tell you that I don’t dislike gays.  In fact, most gays I have met are nice guys.  They are trendy, jovial, neat and well-dressed as the accurate clichés will tell you.  They could be my friends.  They couldn’t. They are just people and I shake their hands accepting who they are. 

I understand that gays are treated as criminals in countries like Uganda and are killed in many of the Arab countries.  It is interesting that you are considered a beast in America if you call a gay a fag but in Iran you are normal if you decapitate them.

What I don’t like is guilty liberal heterosexuals who are rooting for gays at a game that is only being played in their prejudiced minds.  They praise gays because they think that it shows how open minded they are. They use other people’s deformities to make themselves prettier. They pat themselves on the backs. They encourage gays to shove their perversions in our faces so that compromise becomes antagonism.

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Liberal heterosexuals make it harder on gays.  They cause back lashes.  They tell lies not caring that lies distort reality and make our lives more difficult. They pretend that they like kissing their own sex when they don’t. Katy Perry sings “I Kissed a Girl” and pretends she likes it.  It is a charade.  An attempt to gain approval from a decadent society.

Gays do not want to kiss the opposite sex.  Hetero’s don’t want to kiss the same sex.  Hollywood wants to make money off confusing the sexes.  They are ideological not empathetic. They are lost in introspective confusion.

I like gays for their humanity.  I do not want to celebrate their perversions or recommend that they be proud.

gayflagIf I were a gay I would be ashamed.  Big deal.  I would still do what I do because I would be who I am. I would be happy in my embarrassment and have a sense of humor about myself.  I wouldn’t expect others who are wired genetically to heterosexuality to all of a sudden approve of my creepy behavior.

I would not be proud but I would be comfortable in my skin.

Why do all aberrant backs expect pats?  Let it go.  Be what you be but don’t insist that others accept what they instinctually detest. If I’m gay and you don’t like me, who cares?  When I was ten some people didn’t like me because I was Jewish. So what?

Perversion is neither a choice nor a recommendation.  It be what it be.  To redefine it is to blind yourself, poke out your eyes, see what you don’t really see for the sake of blind political correctness. 

Give me gays at any time.  Just keep away the liberal pro-gays who look down their noses at me because I am honest.  Liberals call me homophobic like it is a sin comparable to being anti-black or anti-Semitic.

Stop the liberals from pushing the gays out of the closet as if the progressive heterosexuals will really accept their gayness like some sort of bonus.  As if they will want to go to bed with them.  As if they will ever tell them the truth. As if they didn’t have an undercurrent of dislike for gays while they pretend to respect them.

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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 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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