Opinion / Editorial
Just like real equality, real tolerance cannot be mandated. Real tolerance must be earned, or it does not exist. The first step in earning tolerance is behavior. We’ll get to that in a minute.
The road to real tolerance, and real equality, requires a little bit of effort, an open-mind, and a little bit of tolerance on the part of gay Americans. You said you wanted to be like everyone else. The Supreme Court said you are like everyone else. Now, it’s time to behave like everyone else. This is what you wanted.
You cannot force someone to tolerate you without being guilty of intolerance yourself. Using force, in the name of tolerance, does not bring tolerance. It brings Fascism. Using force to achieve tolerance requires you to reject your own tolerance toward the person, or group of persons, that you are demanding tolerance from. Tolerance is impossible to legislate. If tolerance is what you desire, you need to earn it, or you won’t get it.
Repeat after me: “Tolerance needs to be earned.”
If you really want someone to tolerate you, it requires some work on your part. Tolerance requires effort. It also requires a certain type of behavior on your part too. Trust me, we have a lot to talk about when it comes to behavior and the unwise direction current leadership of the LGBT(Q) is irresponsibly leading you.
It’s only been a few weeks since the Supreme Court gave you exactly what you wanted. Let’s review what the majority opinion said. The majority opinion said you have the same rights as everybody else.
Repeat after me: “I have the same rights as everybody else,” “I am no longer a victim,” “I am no longer persecuted,” “I now have the same rights, and responsibilities, as everybody else.”
This is what you wanted.
Sadly, despite the ruling, the commercially-driven LGBT(Q) is still whining and demanding tolerance and equality. Once again they are ignoring the laws already on the books. The LGBT(Q) is pretending the new equality legislation doesn’t exist, and goose-stepping forward shoving rainbow flags down everyone’s throats; screaming victimhood at the top of their certainly-sore-by-now lungs.
Their endless whining and demands won’t stop anytime soon. This is what they do. This is how for-profit special interest agitation groups stay in business. This is what organizations who spoon-feed a false self-identity of sex and persecution do; in order to maintain a class of victims they intend to exploit psychologically and financially. This is their modus operandi.
As I said in Part I last week, ever since I began speaking publicly about the irresponsible commercially-driven LGBT(Q), I’ve been called a lot of things: “House Homo,” “Stupid,” “Crazy,” “Self-Hating,” “Himmler and Goebbels would be proud of you” – and other intolerant labels. I’m a big boy. I can take it. If you believe any of these labels apply to me, stop reading right now; go back to being a victim. Some people enjoy believing they are persecuted. In the United States of America you have every right to be a victim, and you have every right to believe you are being persecuted – even if you are not. It’s your choice. If you want more out of life, if you are interested in your right to a real self-identity, if you are interested in earning tolerance, and if you want to get along with those who are different, read on. Together we can do this.
The first step to assimilating into society, and getting along with others, is to reject the LGBT(Q) and their platform of sex, persecution, whining, and victimhood. It’s time to assimilate into society and be a responsible American citizen; just like everybody else. By understanding and implementing the new responsibilities that come with your new rights, we can speed up the process of earning both tolerance and real equality. You do not need the commercially-driven LGBT(Q) to achieve this. You don’t need them at all. This is something you do on your own, just like everybody else.
In Part I, we discussed the duty of all gay people to develop their own individual self-identity not based on sex, victimhood, and persecution. We also discussed the golden opportunity you now have societal assimilation. This week we will continue our discussion by taking a look at the wisdom behind appropriate behavior, how tolerance is earned, and we will continue to dive further into the new responsibilities that came with your new rights.
Let’s take a quick look at some gay people in history that had their own individual self-identity not based on their private sexual activities, or victimhood. The gay people in the list below did not self-identify as victims, they did not self-identify as oppressed, they did not self-identify as being persecuted. Instead, they assimilated into society, and contributed to society in a positive way. Just like everybody else.
Please join me in taking a moment to check out these intelligent gals and guys. These homosexuals understood a basic concept: sex isn’t very interesting, your private sex life does not define you, and your private sex life should be an afterthought. These accomplished human beings, who just happen to have been homosexual, will be remembered throughout history for their societal contributions, talent, and merit; not sex.
Here’s the list:
Oscar Wilde, Quentin Crisp, Alexander the Great, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Gertrude Stein, Virginia Woolf, T.E. Lawrence, Cole Porter, Noel Coward, Sappho, Donatello…we could go on and on, but I think you get the point.
Cut to now…
Non-Homosexual society is under assault by certain gay people with very bad behavior. What do these poorly behaved gay people have in common? They have a false self-identity based on sex, victimhood, and persecution. . These poorly behaved gay people are demanding to be treated with tolerance, but their behavior is unacceptable, and their own tolerance is non-existent.
The non-homosexual segment of society, which greatly outnumbers the homosexual segment of society, has a specific perception of homosexual people. Sadly, this perception is not going so well these days. Fortunately, this perception is not your fault, it can be fixed. Unfortunately, this perception was chosen for you. The current perception of homosexuals in America is a consequence of the not-very-American-activities that the commercially-driven LGBT(Q) is engaging in.
I thought about starting with one prominent LGBT(Q) activist, and his penchant for licking door knobs to infect other people with influenza, but his bad behavior isn’t the best place to start. Instead, let’s start with bullying. Bullying is the perfect place to start our discussion on bad behavior.
Do you want your fellow Americans to have the perception that you are a bully? I certainly hope not. Which brings us to cake, and the current cake crisis the LGBT(Q) is complaining about. Stop forcing people to bake you cake. If a Christian bakery doesn’t want to bake you a cake, do not sue them into bankruptcy. This is very bad behavior, and it is not the way to assimilate into society with your new rights, and your new responsibilities. Forcing people to bake you cake is not equality. Forcing people to bake you cake is: superiority. Using force to make someone bake you a cake is not tolerance. Using force to make someone bake you a cake is: intolerance. It is also Fascist.
If you find yourself in the dilemma of a cake crisis:
1) Go to a different bakery.
2) Bake your own cake.
3) Go to a gay bakery.
While we are discussing the issue of having a cake crisis, let’s talk about Gay Bakeries for a second. There was a video on Facebook that was mysteriously taken down recently. The video featured an entrepreneurial young baker named Jesse Bartholomew. In the mysteriously taken down video, Jesse the Baker said he is more than happy to bake you a cake. But that is not all Jesse the Baker had to say. Jesse the Baker is very upset. In the mysteriously taken down video, Jesse the Baker was on the verge of tears. Why? Because the for-profit LGBT(Q) would rather spend millions of dollars on legal fees suing a Christian bakery into bankruptcy, instead of helping out a young gay man’s small business. Take a moment to think about that. We are talking about a young gay man trying to assimilate into society, and make a living, just like everyone else.
Since the mysteriously taken down video is no longer available for public viewing, here is a transcript of Jesse the Baker’s wise words:
“I bake wedding cakes for a living and I cannot tell you how disgusted I am with my fellow gay and lesbian community – that they’d stoop so low as to force someone to bake a cake for them who simply doesn’t agree with them,”
“That is your personal piece of your wedding: Your guests eat that, your cake is involved in your photos, that cake is taken in your mouth and you eat it in your stomach,” he added. “That baker has to spend hours perfecting that cake for you, for your wedding day. And if that cake isn’t perfect, then it ruins your wedding. So, you’re going to say that you want to force someone who doesn’t want to bake a cake for you? There’s no other bakers out there?”
“It’s plain and simple: You are bullying someone; you are forcing someone; you are being a Nazi and forcing someone to bake a damn wedding cake for you when there are hundreds of other gay and lesbians that would gladly have your business. Shame. On. You.”. – Jesse Bartholomew
I’m definitely on Team Jesse! If you desire real equality and real tolerance, so are you!
Another good example of bad behavior contributing to the broad perception of homosexuals in America is by using the annual, corporately sponsored, Gay Pride Parades and festivals. Personally, I hold the controversial position that, “being gay is nothing to be proud of nor ashamed of.” When I was little, Nana taught me that it was rude to talk about sex. To me, someone’s sexuality is a non-issue. Sex isn’t very interesting. Is sex the most interesting thing about you? I hope not.
When cameras and film crews are deployed to the many corporately sponsored Gay Pride Parades, do you think the cameras focus one bit on all the normal, intelligent, hard-working gay lawyers, doctors, policemen, teachers, and accountants? Or do the cameras focus on the obscene herd of half-naked, oiled-up Leather Queens and the gaggle of glittered rainbow-clad sissies with their butts showing, all whining and complaining in unison about equality and rights?
Bad behavior aside, the perception of the whining, non-thinking naked queens; both glittered and non-glittered, is the unflattering caricature the LGBT(Q) turned you into. This perception is reinforced by television programming like “Queer as Folk,” LOGO TV, and in the growing phenomena known as “Queer Cinema” which is just a fancy word for pornography. This bad behavior, and sex-obsessed perception, is what is being sent out to the non-homosexual segment of society that greatly outnumbers the homosexual segment of society. Is this how you want to be perceived by the majority of society? Wouldn’t you rather be perceived for your mind, your talent, and your merit? I bet Oscar Wilde, Quentin Crisp, Alexander the Great, Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Gertrude Stein, Virginia Woolf, T.E. Lawrence, Cole Porter, Noel Coward, Sappho, and Donatello would.
Critics will argue that there are multiple examples in cinema and television that portray homosexuals as “the guy or gal next door” and “normal,” instead of the obscene perception described above. The critics are correct. There are some positive portrayals of homosexuals in various forms of media. But, these “normal” portrayals take a back seat to the salacious sex-obsessed perception of homosexuals being reinforced by the commercially-driven LGBT(Q). In order for assimilation into American society and tolerance to happen, a little bit of decorum and personal responsibility needs to be addressed and implemented.
I must confess. I’m now in my late 40’s, my very late 40’s. I’ve worn some inappropriate things on Halloween in West Hollywood myself, back in the day, when I was young. But I’m not young anymore. I mention this for two reasons. The first reason is because there is wisdom in the various clichés in our culture that talk about “getting it out of your system,” “sowing your wild oats” and stuff like that. Young people, me included when it was still accurate to refer to me as young, are not known for their fondness of modesty. But adult gay people should know better. It’s time to grow up. If you are over 25, it’s time to throw your rainbow G-strings in the trash where they belong. If you really find it necessary (I don’t) to attend a corporately sponsored Gay Pride event, try attending the event fully clothed. Yes, put a shirt on. Just like everybody else.
The second reason that I brought up my own youthful, and certainly less than ideal, bad behavior on Halloween in West Hollywood is the Peter Pan Syndrome epidemic. This crippling epidemic is found in many gay men for some reason, and it will paralyze you in the quest for a real self-identity, and handicap your societal assimilation. Who knows? I may even share how I cured myself of this problematic condition. However, the Peter Pan Syndrome gay epidemic is a topic for another day.
BONUS: For some unknown reason the lesbians seem to be immune to the Peter Pan Syndrome.
I think this is enough for now. We’ve covered a lot of ground this week. Please don’t be overwhelmed by all this new information. I completely understand that nobody has ever spoken to you like this before. It can be a tough pill to swallow. But this is the right pill to swallow. This is the red pill. You should take it. The commercially-driven LGBT(Q) has been irresponsibly spoon-feeding you the blue pill, for decades. Don’t swallow their blue pill, spit it out; take the red one.
My worldview differs greatly from the LGBT(Q). I don’t believe in self-segregation, victimhood, collectivism, or defining people by race or their personal and private bedroom proclivities. I have great confidence in the individual spirit of all Americans. I’ve given you a lot to think about, a lot to work on, and hopefully, a lot to implement.
We’ve discussed the correct way to behave if you find yourself in the midst of a cake crisis. We’ve discussed the wisdom behind wearing clothes in public. We’ve discussed the wisdom behind rejecting “Queer Cinema” and any form of media entertainment that defines gay people by sex. We’ve further discussed the new responsibilities that came with your new rights, but most importantly, we’ve discussed how you do not need the commercially-driven LGBT(Q) anymore.
I look forward to our next little chat. Who knows? If you follow my advice, and take the red pill, you could be the next Alexander the Great! Stay tuned for more…