Lloyd Marcus: ‘Homosexuality is normal’ movement’s dangerous bullies

Think of us as crew members on the Starship Enterprise, boldly going where no one has gone before. That’s what it feels like challenging the “homosexuality is normal” movement. It is dangerous.

Homosexual activists attempt to humiliate and politically destroy anyone who dares even criticize their agenda. Meanwhile, the mainstream media depict those who believe marriage should remain between a man and a woman as the aggressors, hate-filled villains.

boyscoutsHas the “homosexuality is normal” movement stolen our kids? While we weren’t looking, homosexual activists snuck their agenda in the back doors of our elementary schools, indoctrinating our kids early.

Need an example of homosexual activists aggressively indoctrinating our kids? A Massachusetts charter school is hosting a production of the play, “The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told,” a retelling of the biblical story of Genesis — with gay characters. U.S. schools have a cow when a kid brings a Bible or wears a t-shirt with religious, patriotic or U.S. military images. And yet, this school gleefully hosts a play that blasphemes Christianity while promoting homosexuality.

Our 40-year-old son and 20-year-old granddaughter support homosexual marriage. Their attitude is, “What’s the big deal? It’s only fair that gays be allowed to marry.” America’s youths are parroting the liberal argument that opposition to same-sex marriage is discriminatory. According to a Washington Post-ABC News poll, support for gay marriage is at 65 percent among those 18 to 29 years old. A twenty-something-year-old Christian youth pastor picked me up from the airport in California. Justifying his support for same-sex marriage, he said, “God does not care who we love.” I could hardly believe my ears. This young man, who claimed to be a minister of God, chose to ignore the Bible and spout the liberal pop-culture spin.

From cooking shows to home improvement and everything in between, it has become difficult to watch TV without the “homosexuality is normal” agenda being forced down your throat. If you do not believe these people are outrageously aggressive, consider this: The Green Street United Methodist Church in Winston-Salem, N.C., will not perform heterosexual marriages until gays can marry.

I have dear friends and beloved relatives who are homosexual. I am loving and kind to their mates. My 85-year-old dad has been a Christian pastor for over 50 years. Dad said he loves the homosexuals in his life, but they know where he stands on this topic, which is the biblical view.

Dad’s tolerance is not enough to please the aggressive “homosexuality is normal” movement bullying America today. The movement’s followers seek to bend Dad’s arm behind his back, forcing him to declare homosexuality normal against his faith.

No one is opposing homosexuals doing their own thing. Christian institutions are simply saying, “You cannot come into our house and force us to change the rules – especially when those rules come from God.” And what is the mainstream media’s response to Christian institutions defending their religious freedom? They brand the Boy Scouts of America and the Catholic Church as intolerant haters. We are living in crazy, insidious, evil times.

The “homosexuality is normal” movement is even targeting Pope Francis, saying he is against gay marriage and gay adoption. Will homosexual activists get away with branding the pope a hater?

The “homosexuality is normal” movement is not staffed with passive, well-meaning victims seeking tolerance and their place in the sun. They are relentless, viscous and hell-bent on forcing all of us, particularly Christians, to say their behavior is normal. God help us!

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Lloyd Marcus

Lloyd Marcus, Unhyphenated American. He is a keynote speaker, entertainer, writer, columnist, artist. outspoken leader in Tea Party Movement. Lloyd is chairman ofCampaign To Defeat Obama.
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Lloyd Marcus, Unhyphenated American. He is a keynote speaker, entertainer, writer, columnist, artist. outspoken leader in Tea Party Movement. Lloyd is chairman of Campaign To Defeat Obama.
The opinions expressed by this author do not necessarily reflect the views of BizPac Review.

  • Calvin Dodge

    A minor nit – it's "vicious", not "viscous".

  • uselogic

    Spot on, Marcus. It's all about control, not tolerance.

  • Karen King

    "Homosexuality is Normal": This is what Satan wants us to believe. I do not believe that. It is a choice. Same sex "marriages" are Biblically wrong. It says so in Leviticus 18:22 in the Old Testament and people may say we aren't living in the Old Testament times anymore, but it also says it in Romans 1:27. But what we are going through, is just a fulfillment of the Bible Prophecy about the end times. It's coming and there's nothing we can do about it. Homosexuality is an abomination to God, which means that it is a sin that God hates. He loves the person though and hopes they will see the error of their ways and turn back to him instead of turning away from him. The gays don't want to hear why it is wrong but they want to shove their way of living down our throats. The best thing we can do for them is to pray for them.

  • Karen King

    I for one will NEVER say that their behaviour is "normal" Thank God there are people and churches out there today that still believe in the Holy Bible, and still believe that it is God's Holy Word. God created Adam and Eve, NOT Adam and Steve.

  • Doug Hanks

    The Bible also forbids the eating of shellfish.

  • http://Bizpac Ted

    I think that religions should get on board if they want to keep their tax exempt status. If the federal government deems homosexuality to be normal then the argument can be make that if you practice anti gay business or religious practices, they could be determined to be discriminatory and a form of bigotry. There goes the tax exempt status. Religions had copped out to the laws of man for ages. Mormons thought that black people were already burned from being in hell. Muslims thought it was OK to have four wives. Not in the US. Christians cherry pick the Bible to try to support there teachings from uncertain sources from thousands of years ago. I think it's fascinating that there seems to be so much attention paid by people, who are not directly involved, with what people do in private that doesn't really concern them. Those believers who think its "My God's way or the highway", just are not going to have the lever of the federal government on their side. Eventually the states, who also rely on federal assistance, will have to tow that line. So, it you are anti gay, or bigoted in any way, "hasta la vista, baby".

  • Beautiful

    Wonderful post, it's funny to see all these gay activists fight for so called "rights" and call people bigots when they dont agree with them. Here is an answer I wrote to a post talking about how not letting them marry is "discrimination"…..Discrimination is on the basis that someone was born that way, but being gay or heterosexual for that fact is not in the genes. Have you also heard of eugenics? It was the idea that we could remove "bad genes" from the gene pool. Tons of money was wasted on this, but scientist have found out that everything that happens to us is not in the genes that actually it has alot to do with the environment and what genes are turned on due to it.Also another breakthrough is neuroplasticity,The brain's ability to reorganize itself by forming new neural connections throughout life. Neuroplasticity allows the neurons (nerve cells) in the brain to compensate for injury and disease and to adjust their activities in response to new situations or to changes in their environment. This shows the remarkable power of the brain, that what we believe be become. At one point I thought people were born gay and that they didnt have a choice and were stuck with this lifestyle,so I did research and was proved otherwise. (Research that it isn't biased) but many people that once were this way have changed. Some have even written books. In sum, there is no scientific or DNA test to tell us if a person is homosexual, bisexual or even heterosexual for that matter. And since nobody is "born gay," it's clear that sexual orientation is, at its core, a matter of how one defines oneself – not a matter of biology or genes.Not by a long shot. While it's true that many homosexuals and their allies believe that people are "born gay" and cannot change, there exists a surprising – and not insignificant – minority of gays and lesbians who recognize that sexual orientation is, in fact, flexible. For example, Kate Kendell, director of the National Center for Lesbian Rights, argued in the gay magazine Frontiers that sexual orientation is not fixed. And lesbian columnist and psychotherapist Jackie Black has said that sexuality is not static. Further, lesbian author Camille Paglia argues that homosexuality is not normal and that it is an adaptation, not an inborn trait.Clearly, the controversy over this issue is huge in our culture. While pro-gay activists and their allies want us to believe people are "born gay" and that sexual orientation is an unchangeable characteristic like race or eye color, a closer examination of the scientific evidence reveals that the "nature vs. nurture" debate over homosexuality is far from settled., therefore it is not "debunked"

  • ddddd

    The irony of black BIGOTS!

  • Amber

    Do you remember segregation? How is this any different?

    • Terry Poupart

      How could you ask such an insulting question? Segregation was about race. Homosexuality is not a race it's an abnormal behavior. It is quite normal to be black but it's clearly not normal to be homosexual. Either homosexuals are born that way due to some kind of genetic defect or they choose to be that way. If they are the result of a genetic defect we should try to find a cure, if not they have made their choice and we don't have to accept it. If we can't define what marriage is then marriage has no meaning.

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