July 5, 2011

Homosexual Rights Advocates Are Bullying People

Buona sera. This is a good follow-up to the previous post. I am not entirely pleased with the tone of the article that follows, but that's the breaks.


Once again, I'll state that the loaded word "homophobic" (which has become essentially meaningless, but still inflames negative emotions) can be used to cost people their jobs, their political positions, their social status, &c. That negative label (used by mindless sheep who prefer to attack and ridicule rather than discuss) is inaccurate for the overwhelming majority of people; those of us who disagree with their lifestyles on societal, cultural or religious grounds do not phobe any homos.

"You keep using that expression, Cowboy Bob. I don't think it means..."

Don't start with me now, Nicky.
As the gay-rights movement advances, there is increasing evidence of an intriguing role reversal: Today, it is the conservative opponents of that movement who seem eager to depict themselves as victims of intolerance.

To them, the gay-rights lobby has morphed into a relentless bully, pressuring companies and law firms into policy reversals, making it taboo in some circumstances to express opposition to same-sex marriage.
Read the rest of "Some Gay-Rights Foes Claim They Now Are Bullied" here.

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