Why is it that any time a high profile person criticizes any part of the homosexual agenda, he or she is intimidated into backing off and apologizing? Any time someone makes such a comment, a swarm of media hornets, with their stingers ready, come out to put that person in their place.
There have many examples of that lately, but a particularly notable one was the ESPN reporter who recently dared to criticize NBA player Jason Collins who came out as being gay. He had the nerve to say that Collins was living in open rebellion against God. How dare he? ESPN officials quickly jumped out of the shadows to remind everyone that this was only that one reporter’s personal opinion and that ESPN has always greatly valued “diversity.” Of course, that reporter was then battered and bludgeoned in the media. He subsequently backed off and said he really didn’t mean it the way it sounded, and that he actually has no problem with gay people.
But I think it’s time for the rest of us to push back. Instead of being bulled and intimidated, we need to start doing a little bullying and intimidating of our own. We should begin threatening to file criminal charges against any gay person who touches us inappropriately, and file lawsuits against anyone who facilitates any such actions. In addition, we should threaten to bring religious discrimination lawsuits any employer or other person in authority over us for any reprisal taken against us for our criticism of homosexuals, their lifestyle, and/or their political agenda. That would provide them with a much deserved taste of their own medicine.