Andrew F comments on another thread that there are more important things to debate than “other people’s sexual choices and society’s efforts to tolerate those choices” and suggests I am becoming “a very sick person”.
Firstly, there are many important things to debate. Andrew is still to this day, I believe, a New Labour supporter. They spent a vast amount of parliamentary time and effort trying to ban hunting foxes with dogs at the expense of far more important things.
Secondly, should we be concerned about what other people do in their bedrooms? Forty years ago, homosexual behaviour was legalised between two adults over twenty-one. In their own bedroom. Here we are now with the behaviour having left the bedroom and now being promoted to schoolchildren as normal.
The age of consent has been reduced to sixteen for ‘equality’ purposes, in effect legalising pederasty.
Some adoption agencies have closed because they refused to consider homosexual couples as suitable foster parents.
So, yes, what goes on ‘in the bedroom’ has a wider impact.
One major problem caused by recognising homosexual behaviour as normal is the knock-on effect of devaluing family life. Families are the basic building block of society. Weaken these and you build a weak society. Treat all ‘relationships’ the same as marriage and society will begin to collapse.
Following the attack by two Doncaster children on two of their peers, Iain Duncan Smith has warned against dismissing the episode with the usual calls for an inquiry and a tighter system, which he said would fail to tackle the root problem.
The Christian Institute reports on The Independent’s Bruce Anderson comparing the circumstances of the Doncaster boys with those of 17-month-old Baby Peter, who died at the hands of his mother and her live-in boyfriend.
We have allowed an underclass to come into being” based on “seven deadly sins”.
First, the collapse of the family. Second, the collapse of fatherhood; Dad’s sole role is impregnation. Third, the collapse of all inhibitions about producing children. Fourth, the collapse of the work ethic. Fifth, crime. Sixth, drugs. Seventh, and underpinning the lot, promiscuous welfare.
The PC nonsense again manifests itself in other ways
Last month a social policy expert warned that the child protection system is ignoring background risk factors such as broken families because it fears stigmatising children.
Jill Kirby, Director of the Centre for Policy Studies, also referred to the case of Baby Peter.
His circumstances were “typical of the average ‘at risk’ child”, she said, listing other common “background factors” including “having a mother who was a teenage lone parent, the presence of an unrelated male in the household, a history of domestic violence, a parent with a criminal record or a history of mental illness and substance abuse”.
So what is the answer? It’s easy: promote marriage between a man and a woman and consider all other ‘lifestyles’ to be of lesser value. Ditch the blasted PC agenda once and for all and start teaching children the truth. See through the fake charities like Stonewall and stop them using their ‘bullying’ campaign to get access to schools to recruit by process of normalising homosexual behaviour.