Wherein we help Robert Knight describe MM action as civilly as MF relations
Responding to Maryland Governor Robert Ehrlich's decision to fire a public official who, on a cable TV program, referred to homosexuality as a "sexual deviancy," the Concerned Women for America's Robert Knight asks the rhetorical questions:
Does Ehrlich really believe that two men having sex, in ways that can't be described in a family-friendly medium, is not deviant? Does he think it's normal and healthy?
And since we clearly know homosexuality to be part of the spectrum of normalcy, the likes of which is not unhealthy without the outside introduction of disease, and since we yesterday addressed our thoughts on Ehrlich's decision to fire Mr. Smith, we will now move on to helping Mr. Knight refer to "two men having sex in ways that " can "be described in a family-friendly medium
HETERO SEX: A man inserts his penis into a female's vagina, and the two make rhythmic motions until both (ideally) are brought to orgasm. This action is usually accompanied with kissing, stimulating touches, and heavy breathing.
HOMO SEX: A man inserts his penis into a man's rectum, and the two make rhythmic motions until both (unquestionably) are brought to orgasm. This action is usually accompanied with kissing, stimulating touches, and heavy breathing.
If you find sex to be "family-friendly," Robbie, then the gay part really doesn't change its nature all that much. A few words and presto -- dude intercourse.
Though since it's highly unlikely that Mr. Knight would consider any discussion of sex, 'ro or 'mo, to be "family-friendly," it's far more likely he just included the whole "guy lovin' is vulgar" assertion to keep the gay stigmatization train a'chuggin' along. That being the case, we'll just stop here and say: "Nice try, Roberto. But as long as sex involves nakedness and genitalia, we know it's realities are never gonna be gracing your commentaries. That being the case, we'd ask that you please refrain from singling out the intercourse you'd like to ban and painting it as nothing more than leather-clad, sling-filled, kink."
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