Queerty is better as a member
God bless rightwingwatch.org!!! These NARTH jokers are just too rich!
God bless Harry Styles!
“Some claim that homosexual teens on Teen Wolf and transgender students on Glee desensitize children to “alternative lifestyles” and push an agenda.”
Well I guess this technically true. Seeing it portrayed as normal and acceptable on TV will make people more likely to share those sentiments in real life. Though not by blindly copying, but simply because it offers a new and rational perspective on subjects where previously the only opinions they’ve heard was their priest frothing at the mouth while shouting about damnation.
And yes we do have an agenda, to be treated fairly and equally, and media exposure sure helps there.
WOW!!! I was wondering why I had this unusual attraction to bit purple dinosaurs. Case closed.
If enough Catholic priests molest enough children some of them will happen to be gay later on as adults. Using confirmation bias we ignore the non-gay adults who were molested by Catholic priest(s) as children and only count the gay adults who were molested by Catholic priest(s) as children. Then the current Catholic priest concludes that molestation causes homosexuality.
Confirmation bias can be a very useful tool when you are desperate to deny reality.
My mother was not overbearing, my dad was there, I was never molested, and I actually used to only watch dvds when I was young. TV sucks.
And now I’m a confirmed lover of the dick :D
NARTH. Isn’t that what Pinkie of “Pinkie and the Brain” would say? ;)
@kevininbuffalo: I’ll drink to that!
One thing I always wondered is, if they think that being molested by a man will make a boy become gay, why do they think that a girl that is molested by a man will become a lesbian man-hater? How does that work, exactly?
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