Friday, February 25, 2011

What Else Will They Declare A "Sexual Orientation"?

First they claim that those experiencing unnatural attraction to their own gender can't change that (in spite of many evidences to the contrary) and declare this perversion "a sexual orientation" that ought to be accommodated at all costs. Then, the same accommodation was extended to those who believe that surgery and hormone therapy could turn a man into a woman and the other way around.

Just recently, the three opposition parties (along with a few social perverts in the Conservative ranks) joined forces to legislate similar protections for those who merely think they are "trapped in the body of the wrong sex", so if the Senate caves in - there will be no legal grounds left to keep a male pervert wearing a dress out of the ladies' room. But that apparently is not enough. Now, we have a retired professor declaring pedophilia a "sexual orientation" in his speech to the House Justice Committee and arguing (using false analogies) that it should be viewed the same way as the normal man-woman relationships.
Mr. Marc Lemay (Abitibi—Témiscamingue, BQ): ... I am concerned, Professor Van Gijseghem—and I know you well as I have heard you testify on a number of other subjects—because you say, if I am not mistaken, that pedophilia is a sexual orientation.

Dr. Hubert Van Gijseghem: That is what I said.

Mr. Marc Lemay: Should it therefore be compared to homosexuality?

Dr. Hubert Van Gijseghem: Yes, or heterosexuality. If, for instance, you were living in a society where heterosexuality is proscribed or prohibited and you were told that you had to get therapy to change your sexual orientation, you would probably say that that is slightly crazy. In other words, you would not accept that at all.

I use this analogy to say that, yes indeed, pedophiles do not change their sexual orientation.
It's not the first time sexual deviants and their supporters use this "imagine if the world was gay" analogy. Without mentioning that even if such a world could ever materialize - it just wouldn't last. But Van Gijseghem's "spherical gay society in a vacuum" analogy, which he uses to prove not so much that pedophiles can't change, but that they shouldn't even be compelled to, poses a serious challenge to his opponent, Marc Lemay.

As a Block MP, Mr. Lemay must adhere to his party's anti-family ideology; he begins his response by distancing himself from those who consider homosexuality to be an illness, by reaffirming that it's now accepted, accepted, accepted... But when it comes to accepting pedophilia as a "sexual orientation", he just... just can't... can't imagine... What's that, comrade Lemay? Do I sense some of what your fellow "progressives" call intolerance and bigotry? Haven't received enough doublethink training on this particular subject? You better shape up unless you want to end up just like Bev Desjarlais or Louise Thibault.
I predict they will accept pedophilia. Maybe not now. But give it twenty years. There's a reason nobody in the artistic world gives a damn about Roman Polanski's crime against a 13-year-old. That kind of laissez-faire morality is chic. Getting a moral high horse about anything sexual would ruin their self-image.
Don't be surprised if they start telling us that calling them "pedophiles" is diminutive and we should use something like "ageism-free" or "age-diversed" or any other politically correct term that would portray child molesters as poor misunderstood victims of the society's prejudices.

2 comments:

The Corner Girl said...

While I agree that being attracted to the opposite sex is not right, I definitely believe that a large number of the people who claim to be gay/lesbian are naturally attracted to that opposite sex. The bible doesn't hint at homosexuality as being a myth - no, it identifies it as a real and sinful thing. Being gay or lesbian is not a choice for all people, but what they do about it is. It is not right to act on those feelings, however awful it must be to deny themselves. They must instead focus on the glory of God if they wish to overcome their inclination to sin.
The world is constantly getting worse, but I don't believe that gay people should be persecuted or treated any different than anyone else. Everyone sins and everyone needs God. :)

Leonard said...

>>The bible doesn't hint at homosexuality
>>as being a myth - no, it identifies
>>it as a real and sinful thing.
The Bible never refers to "homosexuality" as being real. It condemns promiscuous behavior, including homosexual acts, that are real, sinful and abominable. Nowhere does the Bible say that people who commit those acts are born this way or that they can not change. Rather the opposite - by listing homosexual acts together with adultery and incest, the Scripture implies that just as there are men who choose to have extramarital relationships, there are men who choose to sleep with other men. All those choices are unequivocally condemned.

As for being "naturally" attracted to same sex: how could attraction to something that is unnatural be "natural"? Human body is designed, so that men are attracted to women and the other way around. If it happens that a man is attracted to another man - then something in his body doesn't function well, something is broken, disordered, and it better be fixed than left as is.

The homosexual lobby wants us to believe that their sexual choices can't be changed. The facts however show otherwise - it is possible for homosexuals to overcome their abnormal inclinations. Yes, the options that are available nowadays may not be perfect. But by opposing any efforts to encourage homosexuals to change, by insisting that homosexuality is genetically predetermined and can't be changed, the homosexual lobby effectively prevents scientists from developing better, more effective ways to help these people overcome their disorder and return to normal life.

P.S. Make sure you don't confuse "opposite" with "same". Your comment almost sounds as if you believe that normal man-woman relationships are not right.