Life at № 42
Before getting to part II I think it’s important to make something crystal clear about the anti-lgbt campaign carried out at Askthebigot, and that’s the underlying implication of their arguments and propaganda.
Their proposition is structured in the following manner:
For that proposition to hold true and justify a ban that affects an entire collective of people, the primordial factor- the claim on which it hinges, is that these negative characteristics are not only universal, but characteristic of members of the lgbt community.
That means that when Moira Greyland says gays should not be married or have children because of her personal experience/history, what she’s really saying is that there’s no distinction to be made between her abusers and all other lgbt individuals. When Katy Faust publishes that article she is endorsing the implication that we are all monstrous child molesters.
And doing it under the guise of protecting children is even more disgusting. Nothing in their campaign protects children in any way, shape or form. In reality all of their horror stories happened decades ago when gay marriage wasn’t even on the horizon. The fact is their intent is to defame and denigrate gays. The marriage issue is nothing but a red herring. Ask the bigot(s) indeed.
And before I go I just want to address one more thing which is Katy Faust’s comment from yesterday:
That’s fine and dandy, lovely even. The problem is it was never a conspiracy theory. The first time around Katy was using people she knew on a personal basis to bolster her propaganda. She admitted it at the time but has now decided to revise history. As for now, well, you have to go through one of her top (if not number one) commentators many hundreds of comments to find the slip; but once you get to October 9th, 2014 at 8:15 am, there it is in all its glory. An amusing exchange where IMHO admits to being Rivka. So much for wild hypotheses. So to top it all off, Mrs. Faust is a brazen, shameless liar. I guess honesty and integrity don’t figure in her version of ‘morality’.