The appreciative and respectful readers’ response to the courageous article by Anon: I am gay, but this is #notmypride was as heart warming as it was ironic that the author – fearing for his career – felt he had to remain anonymous. This chilling feature of our modern society and its increasing lack of freedom came to the fore in several comments.
I am Eels, I am not Spam. wrote:
Firstly, thank you for writing this eloquent, kind and honest piece. It was both a hard and a hopeful read for me: Hard – I think because your voice is moderate, sensible and yet so seldom heard and hopeful because you have said it, given voice to truth.
Secondly you evoked William Brown, an unsung counter cultural genius and for that you should be lauded!
Peter Evans wrote:
TCW, give this courageous man a bravery award. If the LGBTQ++ mafia routinely savage anyone who stands opposed to their lubricious and sex-obsessed agenda, they will positively eviscerate a man who ‘ought’ to be ‘on their side’ but dares to criticise them. A truly valiant and lionhearted piece. Bravo, Anon!
A brilliant article! The fact that it is anonymous shows how far our once free society has, in its moral decadence and lassitude, degenerated into totalitarian repression.
The Duke of Umberland, England replied:
Looks like the militant homosexuals are shoving the ‘moderate’ homosexuals back into the closet – hence the anonymity of the author.
Don Benson wrote:
None of these points are new: many of us have been well aware of exactly what this article describes. However, this piece is probably the most brilliantly expressed summary of what all rational people will agree is a disaster rolling right through our society. Most seriously, it has a total grip on those with power and influence in politics and our major institutions.
It amounts to a kind of disease of the mind which, once caught, eliminates the normal process of rational thinking. And for those who have natural immunity to the disease, the law now steps in to prevent them from engaging in any serious fightback, not least (but most urgent) on behalf of our children.
However, fight back we must, in every way possible – and we will. Well done Anon for this excellent contribution.
39 Pontiac Dream wrote:
A very good article and a shame you had to write it anonymously. I imagine you’d be pilloried for what they call ‘internalised homophobia’ – that is, if you don’t support Pride, you must hate your own sexuality.
Feminism and LGBTQ have gone beyond the realms of promoting equality. As I’ve said on other articles recently, I don’t believe feminists exist in the majority of Western countries. Women not only have the same rights as men, they have more so why would they need to continue ‘campaigning’ for rights they already have? Supremacy, of course. They want the best jobs on the best boards and they will remove all men in their bid to reach the top. Not for gender parity but for gender supremacy.
As for LGBTQ, they were given same sex marriage to go with the civil partnerships. They are allowed to adopt, despite the fact that their sexuality opposes the biological requirements needed to have children. They have everything and more and yet still feel the need to ‘celebrate’ and promote Pride. Why? I think the comparisons of the end goal of Western ‘feminists’ and LGBTQ are very similar. They wrap their minority rights in the protection of the establishment and in that, it allows them to promote whatever they want unhindered. Supremacy is the long and short of it.
I couldn’t care less whether someone is gay, straight, bisexual, whatever. I don’t understand why it would need to be celebrated, it’s just who we are, not what defines us. Celebrating what we are rather than what we do smacks of politicisation and that is always dangerous.