PFOX: Gays Terrified of ‘Heterosexual Behavior’
“As a former homosexual, I understand the gays’ dread and absolute fear of heterosexuality. It goes beyond trying to normalize sodomy by calling it “marriage.””
PFOX stands for Parents and Friends of Ex-gays, a counter movement to the pro-LGBT support group, PFLAG, Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays.
On the PFOX blog, they’ve re-posted an editorial by anti-gay/“ex-gay” activist Greg Quinlan (President of PFOX) that was originally published last year in October on the super-duper anti-gay site, LifeSiteNews — in the effort to promote the National Organization for Marriage’s (NOM) upcoming Marriage [inequality] March in Washington D.C., March 26th, 2013.
It would be easy to dismiss PFOX and Mr. Quinlan as loons to be ignored, but too many of the anti-marriage equality organizations are considered “legitimate” in the sense that they are perceived as simply religiously motivated. However, they continue to use PFOX and Quinlan’s “ex-gay” testimony to further their heterosexist agenda.
Below is a short satirical video that exemplifies the numbskullery that, PFOX, and so many in and of the anti-gay/“ex-gay” movement subscribe to when it comes to marriage equality:[youtube]http://youtu.be/6jrngYNGNeE[/youtube]
Anti-gay bigotry is often compared with that of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK), but there is a difference. Unlike the KKK, PFOX is yet a step shy of reaching the apex of it’s persecution complex:
From the KKK’s FAQ section:
Q. What is your number one goal?
A. We want to stop White genocide.
It goes on and on from there. And like the anti-gay movement often claims that they’re not motivated by hate (AKA superiority), so too does the KKK:
Q. Why do you think you are so superior to everyone else?
A. We don’t care who is superior and who isn’t. God made us all. We simply believe that the United States of America was founded as a white Christian nation. [emphasis added]
The National Organization for Marriage brazenly advises to use this tack in a similar yet surreptitious way:
Language to avoid at all costs: “Ban same-sex marriage.”
… Don’t use it. Say we’re against “redefining marriage” or in favor or “marriage as the union of husband and wife” NEVER “banning same-sex marriage.” [emphasis added]
We don’t care who’s marriage is superior to who’s, we’re simply in favor of marriage as the union of husband and wife.
PFOX’s Quinlan, doesn’t hold back in his anti-gay screed, he says what many in the anti-gay / anti-marriage equality activist community think, but wouldn’t dare say in public:
The homosexual push for “equality marriage,” … can only lead to a ban on heterosexual rights. … homosexuals have now moved beyond equal rights to the “more equal than you” level.
This is in regard to “…the ban on heterosexual therapy successfully pushed by homosexual groups in California.”
…parents in California are now prohibited from taking their children [who have been molested and are now sexually confused] to see a therapist to resolve their child’s unwanted same-sex attractions (SSA).
Using that logic, same-sex attraction would be the effect, or symptom, which begs the question, what kind of parents would choose to have their child treated for symptoms of a disease rather than the disease itself?
In objection to such laws, PFOX et al., make the case for them.
New Jersey and Pennsylvania are considering laws similar to California’s.
So yeah, PFOX, we LGBT equality activists are afraid of your “heterosexual behavior” — the kind you use to psychologically maim your kids with.
These pots don’t know too much about kettles or blackness, do they?
Or defense mechanisms, namely projection.