Gayness is not meant for Prime Time
My problem with gays is that they are taking too much attention away from the beauties of heterosexual relationships.
They defend indefensible positions, such as relationships between people that can’t reproduce is equal to the natural order of things as they are. It is built into our DNA to seek reproduction which is inherent to our attraction to the opposite sex but gays opt for neuter relationships. Whether our mates are infertile or not is irrelevant. What matters is the attraction, the journey, not the destination. Attraction to sameness is an attack on diversity.
There is no logic to sex and love. It is what it is. It exists. It be’s. Love is mostly heterosexual. We don’t have to defend it from gays who feel homosexual love is just as logical. It’s not. It isn’t. Gay love is an irrational energy-shift from heterosexual love.
What does love mean anyhow? It doesn’t make sense. It involves swapping fluids and crazy jealousies. How can gays try to make sense of their warped inversion when we can’t even make sense of heterosexual love?
Gays forget that heterosexual love applies to 99% of the people and that their freakish minority position should not be so fundamentally advertised. Let them hold their breaths rather than promote a sexual position that is fundamentally abhorrent to heterosexuals. It’s not that we choose to be disgusted by homosexuality; it is that we are genetically structured to abhor their gay practices and positions. Gays dislike heterosexual sex. We dislike theirs. It goes both ways but we only hear about heterosexual bias against gays. Apologies are irrelevant and dishonest. Queasiness around gays is not logical; it is instinctive. We are what we are despite gay ideology.
Homosexuality is wrong religiously but that is only part of the issue. Where gay sex is really wrong is in its self-promotion where it becomes a distraction from heterosexual sex and opts for a position of prominence which it hasn’t achieved. Not everything is equal. When I spoke to a black trainer at Gleason’s boxing gym about gays thinking their plight is equal to the blacks, he laughed. There is no comparison. Let’s skip the gay hysteria.
Gayness should be a television show at four in the morning on channel 250. It is not meant for prime time.
The more gays turn up the sound the more they increase the animosity of heterosexuals and risk the public opinion backfiring.
Back in the sixties in Greenwich Village I had no problem with them. Now they are trying to compete with us for dominance. They don’t stand a chance. They are stupid to risk a backlash. They may be beautiful to themselves but they are not beautiful to us. Why remind us that our DNA abhors their essence? Let them have equal rights but don’t pretend that we respect their love practices. Let them be as human beings but there is no need to praise their bodily entanglements.
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.