Montel Williams

Hey, Montel Williams: Why Do I have to Accept the LGBT Agenda?

HEY, MONTEL WILLIAMS:  WHY DO I HAVE TO ACCEPT THE LBGT COMMUNITY?

 

 

I am frankly bored with Montel Williams and other softies shoving the LBGT community up my butt.

Montel says, “We Are All Equal in the Eyes of the Lord.”  How does he know? When’s the last time he chatted up the Lord?

Montel threatened that Christians should avoid discrimination against anyone, — especially discrimination based on a person’s sexual orientation.

It seems to me that discrimination against sexual orientation would be the only justified form of discrimination.  It would be turning against people whose biological attractions are odd and discomforting, those who are erotically attracted to the wrong erogenous zones, those who freak us out.

We are not uncomfortable with them for something as simple and irrelevant as skin color or religion.

Montel is promoting LGBT inclusivity in the GOP. That makes sense, but at the same time it doesn’t make sense to harbor a bit of wonder and a modicum of prejudice against people who are so fundamentally different.  I wouldn’t accept men who mated with sheep or goats. Watching men kissing each other is biologically nauseating.   I don’t want to see it.

Montel says, “Too often we hear religious liberty used as a justification for legislative ideas that marginalize the LGBT community.”  Well Montel, I am agnostic on the cusp of atheist and I find it difficult to accept LBGTs for reasons that have nothing to do with religion.

I reject their behavior on the yuck factor.  I find same sex intercourse yukky. If you can’t accept that, why do you want me to accept your platitudinous opinions? Why are you soliciting people who find same sex marriage noxious?

Montel raps on, “… you are all children of God through faith for all of you who were baptized into Christ have clothed yourselves with Christ. There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.”

Maybe LBGT’s are one through Christ but that doesn’t make them normal or desirable to me. If they are one in Christ it doesn’t mean that they are one in me. I accept them as human beings but I reject them as normality or living within my comfort zone.

I like many LBGTs but don’t ask me to admire their perverted behavior or to accept that part of them that seems so strange.  Even if a gay were my friend I wouldn’t look affectionately on their queerness.

I accept them as people but do not want to deal with that part of them that is perverted.  Keep it in closet.

Montel rattles on like an obsession that is looking for its self-justification, “We are all equal in the eyes of the Lord. He doesn’t see man or woman. That means he doesn’t see trans,” Williams said. “So how dare anybody who thinks or claims or stands up to say ‘I believe in Jesus Christ’ — you’re lying if you say trans people do not deserve the same rights as you.”

Who is Montel to say that the Lord doesn’t see “trans?”  How does he know what God thought at the time the Bible was written?  I agree that trans people deserve the same rights but in no way feel that they are admirable or that we should look on them as normal. I don’t think they should be proud.  I’d be embarrassed.

The LGBT community is weird and abnormal.  Give them their rights but don’t mislabel them. Caitlyn Jenner says, “We are part of society. We are a real thing. We are part of humanity….God created very colorful human beings all around the world.”

Colorful yes.  Perverted yes.  Let’s not be politically correct.  Let’s not be Obama calling terrorism “Workplace violence.” Let’s not call Jenner part of humanity without calling him an odd part.

He is different.  He is what he is.

We should not be prejudiced against him but he should not be considered having sexual drives and emotions in common with us.

David Lawrence

David Lawrence has a Ph.D. in literature. He has published over 200 blogs, 600 poems, a memoir “The King of White-Collar Boxing,” several books of poems, including “Lane Changes.” Both can be purchased on Amazon.com. He was a professional boxer and a CEO. Last year he was listed in New York Magazine as the 41st reason to love New York.

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