Today I picked up a magazine called The Philadelphia Trumpet (issue Feb. 2012) while I was waiting to be called into an appointment. I decided to do a little leisurely reading when I ran across an article called “Flee Glee”…as in the popular television show. Being the curious cat that I am, I decided to see what it was all about.
I soon learned that the article debunked all of the ways gay people are single-handedly causing mayhem for heterosexual people all around the world. The article noted how Glee uses the term “glee” instead of “gay” to promote a world full of fun teenagers who happen to be gay. Further, it discussed how the show’s creators associate homosexuality with glee and how every episode overflows with well-dressed, perfectly complexioned, vibrant teens – mostly waif-like, hairless, wearing pink shirts, tight jeans, and living a metrosexual carefree life!
What you just read is actually part of an excerpt taken directly from the magazine (with a tad bit of color because I couldn’t help myself)! They want us to consider homosexuality’s advance in Western society and how, because homosexuals have been allowed to advance in their “special” rights, developing countries are now under assault!
For example, in Liverpool sexual hangouts are now identified by rainbow emblems on public signs and the British government is attacking hotel owners who refuse homosexual couples trying to register for a stay at their hotels! Foster care agencies are being shut down if they do not allow gay couples to be foster parents! In addition, the government is rewriting school curriculum to condone and promote the LGBT lifestyle! What travesties!
As I continued to read this – quite frankly – hilarious article, I couldn’t help but wonder, “What’s so wrong with demanding equality and asking that homosexual people be treated as fairly as everyone else in the world? Why is it a bad thing to expect to be recognized with the same legality as heterosexual people? Why are we always separate and unequal?”
The Philadelphia Trumpet is nothing more than outright homophobic bigotry. They claim that the devil is appealing - he can sing like Pavarotti and dance like Astaire – but beware, he’s mean and miserable and is the ultimate mastermind behind the radical homosexual movement.
Just when I thought I had read enough, a handy tip came to view:
Make sure that God…not the media, or the fashion industry…is shaping your definition of what it means to be a man. It’s no coincidence that ‘Glee’ and pretty much every other television show these days, is missing the barrel chested outdoors man – a man with hair on his chest, a deep voice, strong gestures, and a love of sports. It’s not art and fine music, a likable personality, a quick intellect, and a respect for and a willingness to serve women. In other words, anything resembling the traditional masculine man!
Who reads this magazine? The overall tone of The Philadelphia Trumpet is completely about everyone being after you and against you. The most alarming part for me was that they were seeking a solution to ending homosexuality.
On this subject, the article said:
When you understand the reason for the homosexual movement’s unimpeded advance into Western culture, the strategy for confronting it is obvious. It’s not a solution most people will willingly embrace, but you can and you should. Another way to stand fast and avoid being crushed by the homosexual juggernaut is to live like Lot. The more we think like God the more repulsed we will be by homosexuality and the more motivated we will be to keep it out of our lives.
What I find repulsive is the fact that someone would say that homosexuality is repulsive. Living a lie and not being the person that you know you were meant to be is repulsive. The fact that there are people who have to live closeted in this country in 2012 is an abomination – not being homosexual. The fact that people will actually write material that speaks so horrifically against gay and lesbian people is repulsive. Homosexuality is certainly not something to be embarrassed by. In fact, it is heartbreaking to think that someone feels it is acceptable to print such homophobic dribble in the first place. Their God is not the God I know and love.