Yet again on homosexuality!


I was yet again engaged in a discussion on homosexuality, and let me yet again make my stance clear. Being homosexual is completely fine, what two consenting adults do behind closed doors is their own business. However I do not condone of gay propaganda, as sex (however nice, healthy and natural) has nothing do to in the public sphere.
What the most hilarious thing is, though, when discussing with SJWs and beta leftists, ie the ones most adamant about ‘gay rights’ is that they completely neglect to discuss the implications of the Islamification of Europe. Does any homosexual in their right mind actually believe that there will be a place for them in the new Europe?
In my new Europe, however, homosexuals will have the exact same rights as straight people, nothing more and nothing less. And by rights I obviously do not include the ‘right’ to have children or get married in a church (why would you want to get married in an institution who doesn’t even like you to begin with?), although regarding the church part I don’t really care since I am not a Christian, I just think that should be up to the church at hand and not to any political institution.
And speaking about this, do the ‘feminists’ who constantly promote mass immigration and the valour of multiculturalism realise that the primary victims of it all are themselves? Do they really believe that they will fare better in the new Europe? If they do they should remove themselves to Saudi Arabia and try their luck there.
Alas in the mind of the Cultural Marxist only old, straight, White men can be evil, so they neglect to discuss the real issues at hand, in addition to being cowards too afraid to take a stand for their own security and the security of their daughters. Incredibly shameful individuals, I harbour nothing but contempt for them.

1 Comments on “Yet again on homosexuality!”

  1. I think why people are pushing gay marriage so much is because it gives you certain benefits under law? There’s a lot of legislation tied to marriage.

    Stupid concept, still. Nobody should get married. It’s the 21st century.

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