RECENT  POSTS:  » Photo: Stop! Turn around! Don't let NOM force you onto the dead-end pier that is their cause! » One day, two country singers—zero closets » Fringe pro-discrimination group thinks it can stop companies from sponsoring HRC event; adorable » Video: Josh Duggar promoting civil inequality for thousands of grown kids (and counting) » Brian Brown's focus on Kansas, Gov. Brownback shows how much of a political game this is for him » Tiny fraction of North Carolina magistrates choose to free up their days rather than serve local gays » Video: Reality star Josh Duggar leads sad little inequality rally in Little Rock, AR » READ: Federal judge strikes Montana's discriminatory marriage ban » Major global brand P&G comes out for marriage equality » In 2013, HRC went red for equality; NOM just went in the red  

« Go back a post || Return to G-A-Y homepage || Haul tail to next post »

03/04/2011

Homosexuality = incest = mainstream media credence?!

by Jeremy Hooper

When talking to his pal Pete LaBarbera, this is what Robert Gagnon says about us:

(click to play audio clip)
*AUDIO SOURCE: Peter LaBarbera's "Americans For Truth Hour" [AFTAH]

So where does claiming incest and polyamory are homosexuality's best analogs get Mr. Gagnon? It gets him a plum role with CNN's religion blog, natch. A role where he yet again compares homosexual sexual orientation to brother-sister sex/the desire to have multiple partners:

Screen Shot 2011-03-03 At 8.38.34 Pm
[CNN Belief Blog]

Because while telling most minority populations that they're intrinsically lacking in worth would rightly be called disgusting or cruel or a non-starter, for way too much of the mainstream media, telling gays that they're innately broken is still called "balance."

These editors will someday regret that choice.

***

*MORE: Gagnon's April gig

space gay-comment gay-G-A-Y-post gay-email gay-writer-jeremy-hooper


Your thoughts

comments powered by Disqus

G-A-Y Comments Policy


 
Related Posts with Thumbnails