Don't you just love it when you read headlines like "I'm gay and I'm against gay marriage", like one I read recently? Do the folks who report on such stories ever think to ask themselves a question: Why are we reporting this? Have we really thought this through?
Think about what has just been implied by that headline.
What has been implied is that, here is a sensible man, supposedly "born that way", who is against the evil that has just been thrust upon us by five black-robed sociopaths. We are being asked to, one supposes, admire the person who made that statement. This is what happens when we acquiesce to one little point made by these unfortunates. They have convinced us that there is truth to the absurdity that one is "born that way".
How easily we enter dangerous waters.
What that man should have said, if he were completely honest, would have been this: "I am committing acts of unnatural vice which I have no intention of giving up, but I'm still not comfortable about allowing two queers to get 'married'."
When we start adopting their language and phrases we have lost. When we use phrases like "sexual orientation" or words like "gay" to describe this atrocious behavior we have lost the argument. We have conceded ground. We have accepted defeat.
We have been manipulated.
So if you are weary of conceding battles to sodomites, in the next few weeks when you hear prelates and pundits use these words and phrases, why not call them out? They are liars or cowards or indifferent. When Cardinal Kasper and crew tell us sex perverts are "born that way" go to the comboxes - but be prepared to defend your position not only against the usual miscreants, but your Catholic brothers as well, all too many of whom have bought into this mind-altering language. In the next two weeks we will be drowning in this malignancy.
Let's face it: there is nothing gay about sex perversion.