Friday, June 3, 2011

Gayness in Your Face

Alice C. Linsley

Enough is enough!

Last night I was watching reruns of old TV comedy shows.  The Golden Girls was about a gay brother and his lover.  I switched to Cheers which was about gay men in the bar.  Then I switched to Home and Garden which was about a gay couple searching for property in LA.

Gender confused people are a very small percentage of the population, contrary to what the Media would have us believe.

Frankly, I'm sick of having gayness thrust in my face.  Homosex isn't funny, folks. And for the record, I'm NOT celebrating Gay Month! 

1 comment:

George Patsourakos said...

It was not too long ago -- until about 1980 -- that gays were afraid to identify themselves because our society was adamantly against gays. In fact, gays were not allowed to hold various jobs (for example,teaching)before 1980.

Shortly after 1980, the pendulum began to swing in the other direction, and several laws were passed giving gays equal rights as non-gays. Gays now were no longer secretive about being gay and demanded equal rights. Today, gay marriage seems to be the main focus of their fight for equality.

Actually, less than three percent of Americans are gay, but gays are noted for being noisy and demanding, and these features tend to put them in the limelight and to influence Americans to believe that about 10 percent of the American population is gay.