Saturday, July 2, 2011

Gay Day @ Disney World

Well every year there is a special event at Disney World. No, it has anything to do with Mickey Mouse, that loveable Disney cartoon character. It has to do with Gay Day at Disney World in Orlando, FL. This comes on top of President Obama's proclamation for the third straight year, no pun intended, that June is "Lesbian Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Pride Month."

This is all happening just when a new study reveals some interesting facts about the "gay lifestyle". According to Michael Medved in a column for USA Today:

"[T]he National Center for Health Statistics and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) discovered a much smaller number of 'gays, lesbians and homosexuals' than generally reported by the news media. While pop-culture frequently cites the figure of one in 10 (based on 60-year-old, widely discredited conclusions from pioneering sex researcher Alfred Kinsey) the new study finds only 1.4% of the population identifying with same-sex orientation."

Michael goes on to point out, "[E]ven among those who describe themselves as homosexual or bisexual (a grand total of 3.7% of the 18-44 age group), overwhelming majorities (81%) say they've experienced sex with partners of the opposite gender. Among those who call themselves heterosexual, on the other hand, only a tiny minority (6%) ever engaged in physical intimacy of any kind with a member of the same sex." [My emphasis]

The entire GLBT argument for identifying gays due to a genetic anomaly is called into serious question by this study. This study shows gays are gay by choice not by chance.

So, President Obama is in effect recognizing a group whose sexual behaviors are as much heterosexual as they are homosexual. This study exposes one of the greatest social hoaxes of our time. Gays, and their advocates, would have us believe that somehow gayness is being repressed by our overwhelmingly heterosexual society. What happens in fact is that a very small minority engage in gay sexual behaviors and they do so as sexual experimentation rather than a compulsion.

Being gay, according to the study, is not a permanent condition.

The study shows and Michael reports, "[F]or the minority who may have experimented with gay relationships at some juncture in their lives, well over 80% explicitly renounced homosexual (or even bisexual) self-identification by age of 35. For the clear majority of males (as well as women) who report gay encounters, homosexual activity appears to represent a passing phase, or even a fleeting episode, rather than an unshakable, genetically pre-determined orientation."

So, is Gay Day at Disney actually - gee I tried it once but didn't like but I like to dress up like a girl to get attention at Disney day?

You decide.

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