Every year, gays are holding the picket signs on the streets and demonstrating in order to give pressure on the politicians to have them pass a gay marriage law or yelling out for ‘equal rights’, which make some people feel revolted. The United States of America is a country based on freedom. Have you seen any gay individual kiss on the street or living together in same apartment get arrested or accused of a heinous crime?
Carrie Prejean: I think it’s great that Americans are able to choose one or the other. We live in a land that you can choose same-sex marriage or opposite marriage and, you know what, in my country and my family I think that I believe that a marriage should be between a man and a woman. No offense to anyone out there but that’s how I was raised and that’s how I think it should be between a man and a woman.
As you see in the video above, audiences were supporting Prejean’s opinion by clapping and she had nothing to say that would really offend any gay. But did you see Hilton’s expression at the end of the video? The video below is the product of Perez Hilton, the judge who asked Prejean the question.
People boo’ed her? Scroll up and look at the first video, nobody boo’ed. Perez asked a question, and Prejean answered to the best of her ability. If Perez wanted to hear the answer he wants to hear every time he asks that question, then maybe he should go ask his fellow homosexuals. Why are gays upset? Is it because the majority disagrees with their sexual orientation? People just have different opinions on being gay or having a legal marriage for gays in their state.
Back in the ’50s, Alan Mathison Turing, the greatest computer scientists accepted treatment with female hormones in chemically castrating homosexuals. Back then, being gay was practically a bit taboo in the UK and in many other parts of the world. Nowadays in the UK, US, and so on, no one really cares what gays do with their partners. But gays keep insisting on ”introducing” other individuals to a ‘window’ of understanding of their sexual preference, political situation, or whatever else which has spawned quite a few people patrolling for “homophobics”.
Which brings me to my next point: The biggest problem with gays is that they and their affiliates accuse people like me of being a fascist, bigot, or a bible-thumping Christian. Why is thinking straight over gay is wrong? Why are gays asking us to change when we already, perfectly understand their situation?
Today, California overturned the notorious gay marriage ban, a move that has already become controversial between the sides of anti-gay marriage and same-sex marriage. Gay marriage, in my opinion, is simply wrong. Tied in with child adoption, it’s even more troubling for people who feel “shy” around gay individuals. My side believes that children who are adopted by gays may get confused at a young age, at this point some research shows that a household with a mother and a father is very beneficial for the children.
Some proponents of gay marriage say other individuals like criminals are allowed to marry and in many cases, abuse their children but that’s what the multiple government agencies are there for: to stop the abuse and land the criminals behind bars. And what’s to say gay parents won’t be abusive? If gay marriage is to protect gay rights, then what about the children’s rights?