by Bill Brinkworth
The slandering brand of being a “homophobic,” an “irrational hatred or fear of homosexuals or homosexuality,” is being used to force civilization into accepting homosexuals sexual behavior. No one wants to be labeled differently, so the “marketing’ tool of attacking a normal person by making them appear odd or different has greatly been used to force the public to accept the homosexual sexual practices and gay marriage.
Having an aversion to the immoral practices and dangers the homosexual exposes themselves and others to, does not make one phobic (an irrational, excessive, and persistent fear of some particular thing or situation (1)) nor is it irrational or hateful. It is common sense.
Not wanting my house robbed does not necessarily make me harpaxophobia (fear of being robbed). I am not monopathophobic (fear of definite diseases), just because I don’t want people catching diseases the homosexual crowd is spreading.
It is normal to not like certain things. It is natural for people to have some anxiety and agitation towards the homosexual’s practice. Ask any young person, that has not been desensitized by the media or the public school’s social engineers, what they think of the homosexual’s practice and their first reaction will be “yuck” and disdain. Homosexuality is an odd and unacceptable behavior, unless people are “trained” or brainwashed to accept it. It is abnormal not to dislike the sin along with others as: robbery, adultery, and pedophilia.
Prior to 1973, homosexuality was recognized as a mental disorder. After tremendous pressure from homosexual groups the American Psychiatric Association removed the practice from their “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-II). On May 19, 2003 the Association (2) met in San Francisco to consider removal of other sexual perversions from their manual including pedophilia, exhibitionism, fetishism, transvestism, voyeurism and sadomasochism. I’m wondering if they are going to generate a belittling label for one that contests the approval of those perversions, as they have for those that have opposed homosexuality.
There is cause to dislike and want to stop the homosexual lifestyle from spreading and hurting more of the public and further eroding more traditional family values. Their practices have exposed our civilization to STD’s, such as gonorrheas, Hepatitis A and B, AIDS, syphilis and many more diseases and infections. Just as terrorists tactics have changed how the world functions, the homosexual movement has changed how America is today.
Their lusts, with little social restraint, have expanded to threaten our children. “Gay,” and organizations such as North American Man/Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) clearly indicate that they are trying to remove restraints, so they can have legal sexual experiences with our children. The Boy Scouts had good reason for not wanting homosexual leaders, as several leaders had molested their charges (3).
“Homophobia” was a word coined by psychologist George Weinberg and discussed in his early 1970’s book, “Society and the Healthy Homosexual.” For over 5,000 years previously, Bible-established morality had recognized this perversion as wicked and wrong. Now, for the last 40 years, it has been deemed unacceptable and wrong to even question its practice in normal society. The shoe is now on the other foot. We that believe it is a degrading, dangerous sin are the ones that are wrong. Hmmm?
It is clear we will be pressured to tolerate even more then homosexuality and gay marriages. This “homophobia” labeling is clearly a way to keep any from questioning the homosexual’s immorality. I’m wondering if the homosexuals are the ones with real phobias as: social phobia (fear of being evaluated negatively in social situations) or Theophobia (fear of God or religion).
(1) (1966). Webster’s New World Dictionary of the American Language (College Edition). New York and Cleveland: World Publishing Company.
(2) http://www.narth.co/docs/symposium.html by Linda Ames Nicolosi, National Association for Research and Therapy of Homosexuality Web site, October 23, 2003.
(3) David M. Bresnahan, http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/articles.asp?ARTICLE_id=13210, 10/5/2000
by Bill Brinkwork
Original article can be found at http://www.fbbc.com/messages/brinkworth_homophobic.html