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Sunday, April 15, 2007

Cleaning up Restrooms in Atlanta

Human beings in general can do some pretty disgusting things, but as a general rule, even in the lost world, there are SOME moral lines that most people do not cross over. That is, of course, unless you add sexual perversion into the equation. Take this story, for instance. These past few months police in Atlanta, Georgia have been trying to clean up the International Airport’s bathrooms. No, they aren’t on toilet patrol. But they are having a real dirty problem.

The airport restrooms have become a hotspot for homosexual men to meet for “quickies”.

Craigslist, a website that offers immediate online personals ads, enables men to post quickly and get immediate response: “I’m stuck at the airport … and I’m looking for a good time…” or “….looking for discreet, quick action.”

So what do some psychologists say about this behavior? I quote from the article: “…airport indecency arrests usually involve people getting caught performing sexual acts…They’ve got to have the thrill and as they keep not getting caught or reported, the thrill gets less and less. It has to become more risky and daring to keep the thrill up.”

Isn’t that exactly what homosexuality is really about? Sex. Out of control, risky, daring, and thrill seeking. Not relationships. And don’t say, “but most homosexuals are in loving, monogamous relationships”, because the statistics prove otherwise.

Just a few years ago, the American Journal of Public Health surveyed sexually active homosexual men and found that they averaged 7 sex partners in a 6 month period, and 25% of those surveyed said they’d had 18 or more sex partners. Associated Press also reported on a separate study of homosexual men in Los Angelas County, and found the 50% of the men said they’d had sex with an average of 28 different partners over the preceding 6 months – and in PUBLIC PLACES.

Sounds like L.A. is moving to Atlanta.

Back to so called “monogamous homosexual relationships”.

In a survey of 7,862 homosexuals, the 2003-2004 Gay/Lesbian Consumer Online Census found that of those involved in a “current relationship,” only 15 percent described their current relationship as having lasted 12 years or longer.

A Canadian study of homosexual men who had been in committed relationships lasting longer than one year found that only 25 percent of those interviewed reported being monogamous.

In their classic 1978 study, published as Homosexualities: A Study of Diversity Among Men and Women, researchers Bell and Weinberg found that 43 percent of white male homosexuals had sex with 500 or more partners, with 28 percent having one thousand or more sex partners.

A study of Dutch homosexual men, published in the journal AIDS, revealed that "gays" coupled in long-term relationships still had an average of eight additional sex partners a year outside the "monogamous" union.
Go to any predominant Gay website (if you can stomach it) and peruse the publication. You’ll find quickly that the main objective is sex. It’s sort of like Playboy. You may say you subscribe to it for the articles. Nobody buys that.
Homosexuality is not normal. It’s a lifestyle. It’s a choice. It’s a sexual perversion. It’s not about relationships. It’s about sex. Out of control, risky, thrill seeking, self-gratifying sex. Wonder how many of these trysts in Atlanta involve homosexual men who are in what they'd call a "monogamous" relationship?

As a woman who is in a very loving, intimate, and dedicated marriage with a husband who is faithful, nurturing, and dedicated to our relationship, I take it as an insult every time I hear some gay activist screaming for marriage rights. It’s not that they want to get married. They want to have sex whenever, however, wherever and with whomever they want to. And they want everyone else to say it’s ok. THAT is what they ultimately seek. But the truth is, it's NOT ok, and no amount of indoctrination, aggression, or legalization will ever make it OK.
And as a side note. I remember a time when the worst thing a parent had to worry about their kids seeing was the neighborhood dogs following around some female dog in heat. Now look where we've come. I haven’t always been so outspoken and adamant about this subject, but after years of “in-your-face” political activism, gay pride parades, gay indoctrination in our school system and Hollywood trying to force this lifestyle on to us as normal and acceptable, I’ve had just about enough.

I didn’t get radical until THEY got radical.

References:
Agape Press, 2003
Associated Press 2003
Minnesota Family Council
Various other stats accumulated from other posts

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3 Comments:

At 12:59 PM, Blogger Brooke said...

I see the public restrooms are getting even nastier.

I honestly don't know why homosexuality has to be a defining thing to some. Do you ever shake hands with someone, and immediately introduce yourself as straight?

Of course not... That would be ridiculous.

 
At 8:40 PM, Blogger Neil said...

Thanks for the stats. I get so tired of them pretending to want marriage when the movement really wants full acceptance, control of the schools and to silence the church.

 
At 9:23 AM, Anonymous John Kaiser said...

Interesting statistics. Although, homosexual activists will tell you that this activity occurs BECAUSE homosexuals are excluded and ridiculed. I don't buy that excuse, but it is the usual explanation I encounter.

 

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