Though there are many homosexuals who seek simply to live their lives and not make a spectacle of their sexuality, there are also many within the LGBT community that know no bounds of social perversion. While many on both the right and left maintain that what a person chooses to do in the privacy of their own bedroom is strictly their business, in the pursuit of advancing an agenda to legitimize sexual interests as a legitimate lifestyle, homosexual activists can push the bounds of common social decency.
Case-in-point: a child was recently praised for his sexual dancing at a recent LGBT pride event. The young boy danced and grinded and twerked like he was a stripper and instead of shock at this behavior, attendees and homosexual-oriented media outlets were delighted with the half-naked boy who twerked like a stripper to “fight homophobia.”
The half-naked boy clad in short-shorts danced to RuPaul’s song “Sissy That Walk,” a song sung by a drag queen. Gay Star News praises the boy and is shocked to discover that “homophobes” (ie: anyone who objects to prepubescent boys gyrating in the name of “tolerance”) have a problem with the video.
Now, I’ll be the first to say it: no, Miley Cyrus twerking like a stripper is not okay, either. I encourage society to try and remember some sense of decency. We all have sex lives and that is okay; however, whether homosexual or straight, we should aim to teach children about sex in a healthy manner and not teach prepubescent boys and girls that it is a celebration of the homosexual “lifestyle” to dance like a stripper on ecstasy.
This kind of demonstration coupled with the reaction to the boy’s dancing illustrates what many on the right have said all along: homosexual activists are not seeking tolerance of their behavior and preferences, but a demolition of cultural values while insisting that those who object to such public perversions are simply “anti-homosexual.”