Alex Blaze

World Net Daily takes on Big Sodomy

Filed By Alex Blaze | July 09, 2007 11:22 AM | comments

Filed in: Fundie Watch, Marriage Equality, Media, Politics
Tags: Big Sodomy, Donald Hank, ex-gay, homophobic behavior, Michael Glatze

After last week's ex-gaying of Michael Glatze, which happened with a yawn as the cycle of ex-gays being pornographically paraded around right-wing news sources just continued as it always does, Donald Hank thinks he's stumbled on a way to end gayness. Check out his comparison between smoking pole and smoking cigarettes:

Now "alternative" sexual lifestyles are all the rage. They, too, are killing people. And again, it's the "intellectual" cool, liberal, worldly, suave thing to do. The usual suspects are involved. All the big name colleges have special programs for promoting "alternative" sex. Businesses promote the Gay Olympics. Politicians like Barney Frank think they can foist alternative sex on people through their power positions. Hollywood uses its influence to turn the Marlboro Man into a spokesman for today's popular deadly activity, and major companies like Ford contribute funds from the shareholders' meager coffers to promote same-sex marriage. It's just like the bad old days of Big Tobacco, and the Grim Reaper is having a gay old time.

So what's his solution to all this? Litigation!

So what will turn this movement around? Again, as in the case of smoking, I believe it will be the victims themselves. As soon as they smell the money.

After all, the biggest losers aren't the Christian right or grass-roots Americans, who have voted overwhelmingly against "alternative" definitions of marriage. The biggest losers are those who gaily fling themselves into the arms of the deadly beast that devours them whole.

He continues:

If you have a friend or relative who has been persuaded by the media, big business, politicians, university programs, including courses of study, or any person or group to try this deadly lifestyle, and especially if your friend or relative is already suffering from a serious disease contracted as a result of it, talk to him or her at the first opportunity about the very real possibility of starting a class-action lawsuit against the group or groups that persuaded them to enter into the activity that did them in.

I'm wondering just who we're supposed to be suing here. Really, I can't think of anyone that I can blame for maksing me gay, and I haven't worked in this past month, so trust me, I'm racking my mind. The HRC has hardly turned anyone gay, and I can't blame any school that I went to either since usually they were stifling my sex life with schoolwork. Media? They never really liked us all that much. Big business? Why would they push something they can't sell?

Oh, well, I suppose I'm not about to join any class-action lawsuits any time soon. But I guess I should question Donald's powers of deduction considering he thinks that ex-gayism is a new phenomenon:

The reverse "coming out" of Michael Glatze is the first major chink in the ramparts of Big Sodomy. More major players will be announcing themselves in time, demonstrating the fallacy of "once gay always gay," the sandy foundation on which the gay agenda is premised.

Well, Glatze's a chink in the ramparts of something, but it's not Big Sodomy.


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A. J. Lopp | July 9, 2007 11:43 AM

What a laugh! This guy has been smoking some pretty powerful stuff himself!

Gee, there's an awful lot of advertising aimed at getting people "addicted" to heterosexuality. Can we sue them too?

Jen Jorczak | July 9, 2007 2:36 PM

I, for one, was not "persuaded by the media, big business, politicians, [or] university programs", but by my wife. Am I supposed to sue her?

...apparently, Alex, these guys didn't read your earlier post or the comments we all made--"Big Sodomy," indeed. I'm very curious to see who he thinks the "major players" are.

Let's see - they always blame the mother. So is my son supposed to sue me?

Wait - I know. In 1980 when he was 2 years old I bought him rainbow suspsenders. Should I sue the company who manufactured the suspenders?

Lynn David | July 10, 2007 3:22 AM

The most obvious fraud to sue is Michael Glatze.