Protect Marriage Maine listed “25 Reasons to Preserve Traditional Marriage” and among them was the alleged fact that homosexuals are “highly promiscuous,” have AIDS and are secretly just victims of rape.
Homosexuality is highly promiscuous. To accept homosexuality as the social, moral, or religious equivalent of heterosexuality would constitute the first modern assault on the extremely hard-won, millennia-old battle for a family-based sexually monogamous society – precisely because the homosexual lifestyle is highly promiscuous. The basis of homosexuality is centered around anonymous sexual encounters. Long term relationships are very rare. […]
As a result, serial homosexuality has as its most visible consequence AIDS, among various venereal diseases. But another social problem is that it is largely predatory. Part of the thrill, part of the challenge, is having sex with the inexperienced, the uninitiated, and to dare say that out loud, even though it is true, is to risk being called “intolerant”, “homophobic”, or worse. The dark secret of homosexual society is how many homosexuals first entered into that world through a disturbing seduction or rape or molestation or abuse, and how many of them yearn to get out of the homosexual community and live normally.
The acceptance of homosexuality as the equal of heterosexual marital love signifies the decline of Western civilization as surely as the rejection of homosexuality and other non-marital sex made the creation of this civilization possible. The overwhelming majority of US citizens and parents do not want the government to endorse and promote a homosexual lifestyle, with bizarre and promiscuous behaviors, and many negative outcomes — particularly to innocent children.
GLAAD notes that the post has been scrubbed from Protect Marriage Maine’s website, though it has already exposed the “true, purely anti-gay sentiment behind this effort to prevent marriage equality.” Meanwhile, final poll numbers showed voters in favor of upholding the 2009 bill legalizing same-sex marriage, which could make Maine the first state to legalize gay marriage by popular vote.