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Big Sodomy — you can't escape it

Lord, have mercy. Look at this WingNutDaily headline:

Will ex-gays bring down ‘Big Sodomy’?

We have Big Oil, Big Pharma, and now Big Sodomy. We are a powerful lobby, aren’t we?

Now “alternative” sexual lifestyles are all the rage. They, too, are killing people. And again, it’s the “intellectual” cool, liberal, worldly, suave thing to do. The usual suspects are involved. All the big name colleges have special programs for promoting “alternative” sex. Businesses promote the Gay Olympics. Politicians like Barney Frank think they can foist alternative sex on people through their power positions. Hollywood uses its influence to turn the Marlboro Man into a spokesman for today’s popular deadly activity, and major companies like Ford contribute funds from the shareholders’ meager coffers to promote same-sex marriage. It’s just like the bad old days of Big Tobacco, and the Grim Reaper is having a gay old time.

…The reverse “coming out” of Michael Glatze is the first major chink in the ramparts of Big Sodomy. More major players will be announcing themselves in time, demonstrating the fallacy of “once gay always gay,” the sandy foundation on which the gay agenda is premised.

…If you have a friend or relative who has been persuaded by the media, big business, politicians, university programs, including courses of study, or any person or group to try this deadly lifestyle, and especially if your friend or relative is already suffering from a serious disease contracted as a result of it, talk to him or her at the first opportunity about the very real possibility of starting a class-action lawsuit against the group or groups that persuaded them to enter into the activity that did them in. If you happen to be in a care-giving profession, that is a shoe in the door.

What BS. I can’t figure out why this whole Glatze matter is being billed as such a big accomplishment for the ex-gay industry, considering the long list of people who have tried to pray away the gay without success. Indeed, many only found shame and blame and learned that they were as gay after the program as they were when they went in.

How many cases have there been of married women, after 30-40 years of marriage, after raising kids, coming to the realization that they are lesbian? Look at Jim McGreevey. He’s not unlike many men who are in denial about a core part of himself, and come out later in life to themselves and others. Look at people who discover that they are attracted to both men and women — it may not happen overnight either.

Somehow, I don’t think Big Sodomy sent them a welcome letter or free toaster for these personal realizations. I know I didn’t get one in the mail.

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