Yet again, many people are holding to the mistaken belief that in order to be truly free one must be a libertine and celebrate libertinism. Likewise, many people mistakenly believe law hinders them from becoming who we are, when, in fact, law guides us through our discovery of who we are. Liberty does not equal license, and freedom does not equal lawlessness.
Apparently, LGBTs are furiously organizing and angrily demanding that ALL Americans celebrate libertinism NOW, which is something most Americans, including me, will never do, regardless of the furious chants of the LGBTs, the imposition of their beliefs using the strong arm of the state, or their noisy, whiney complaints. Although the Democratic Party seems to think the opposite is true, which is nothing new for the Party of Death (baby killing and being gay is okay!). See my take on LGBTs here.
lib·er·tine noun \ˈli-bər-ˌtēn\
1. usually disparaging : a freethinker especially in religious matters
2. a person who is unrestrained by convention or morality; specifically: one leading a dissolute life — libertine (adjective)
Queer – definition of
2. A political statement, as well as a sexual orientation, which advocates breaking binary thinking and seeing both sexual orientation and gender identity as potentially fluid.
(Source: UC Berkley Gender Equity Resource Center)
The same-sex marriage debate and the Chick-Fil-A brouhaha are all about “breaking binary thinking” and breaking traditional marriage.
This is all about breaking things, not making things better. It’s about breaking behaviors that are good and healthy (=traditional marriage) in order to promote evil behaviors and disease. (=homosex).
“We’re here. We’re queer. Get used to it”
“Out of the Closets and into the Streets”
“Armed gays don’t get bashed”
“Gays Bash Back”
“Sorry girls, I suck dick”
French philosopher Michel Foucault also thought he would realize his true self in the gay bathhouses of the Tenderloin in San Francisco. He died of AIDS shortly thereafter.
See my article: Foucault and the Folly of the Narcissistic Self