How the gay agenda changes the norms of long-term relationships

Young people seem to like gay marriage more than they like individual liberties
Young people celebrating gay rights: but can you have lasting love without self-control?

When are adultery and divorce good things?

Michael Brown comments:

Consider this scenario. A married man and father announces that he is leaving his wife and children in order to be “true to himself.” He has found another love, the most genuine love he has ever known, and he has already moved in with his new lover.

How would society react to him? —

“You, sir, are an unfaithful, disloyal adulterer. You should be ashamed of yourself, leaving your wife and kids for another woman.”

He replies, “But it’s not for another woman. It’s for another man. I’m gay and I’ve come to terms with my identity. I won’t go on with the charade any longer, and I’m proud of my decision.”

How does society react now?

“You, sir, are a courageous hero. You have set an example for others to follow, and you should be commended for your boldness and integrity.”

So, if you commit adultery and abandon your family out of heterosexual desires, you are a despicable human being. But if you do it out of homosexual desires, you are a hero and champion. You even become an international celebrity, albeit not without some controversy.

And he provides some examples. Do you doubt his story? Look what happened to this formerly-Christian entertainer.


During an appearance on ABC’s “The View” on Friday, Everyday Sunday’s Trey Pearson, who released a letter last week to fans in which he came out as a homosexual, outlined that he has left his wife after deciding to no longer fight against having feelings for men.

[…]On “The View” on Friday, Pearson suggested that he divorced his wife and moved out, as he referred to his wife of seven years as his “ex-wife,” and said that he meets with her and his two children once a week.

[…]He said he wants the Church to accept homosexuality.

“I want to see my church change. I want to see our denomination change,” Pearson said. “I want to see people to be willing to have the conversation in an open way where they are willing to listen to people’s stories.”

The musician, who is scheduled to perform at a homosexual pride event next week, said that he finds it “damaging” when ministers call homosexuality a choice.

Yay! Everyone cheer! Hurray, for adultery and divorce! He gets to go on TV and be celebrated by leftists on “The View”. We’ve changed as a society – now chastity and fidelity are out, and divorce and adultery are in.

This story does nothing to correct my bias against artists and entertainers, by the way.

4 thoughts on “How the gay agenda changes the norms of long-term relationships”

  1. God help us if everyone showed the same “courage” to be “true” to their selves. Take Pearson’s “orientation” and replace it with any other, sexual or otherwise, and try to insist it’s a reflection of courage.

    —I really don’t feel like working for a living anymore, so I have quit my job and will depend upon others to provide for me. I’m tired of living a lie.

    —i’m tired of living a lie. I really want to be an Argentinian gaucho and am leaving my wife and kids to be true to myself.

    The adulterous aspect of leaving one’s wife for someone else, regardless of gender, is only one mark against a person. There is also the issue of having taken a solemn vow and breaking it.

    True courage would be making one’s desires subordinate to righteousness and indulging only those that align with righteousness.

  2. This makes my heart heavy. Such a disappointment that this is what is considered “courage” nowadays…

  3. Young people — particularly young women now — aren’t concerned about ‘lasting love’ while they are hot and in their teens and twenties; life is all about drinking, partying, and ‘hooking up’ with the latest ‘hawt’ guy; ‘lasting love’ is for later on when they are ‘settled in their career’ and ‘ready for a relationship’. This usually results with them reaching their thirties and expecting a “desirable” man (which usually means ‘rich, handsome, over six feet tall, has a doctorate, loves kids’, etc., etc.) to drop out of the sky and kneel at their feet with a diamond ring in hand. When this doesn’t happen, anger sets in and is directed at all men, because ‘men won’t do what they’re supposed to do’.

    WRT to groups of individuals using the “I’m tired of living a lie and want to (fill in blank) without having to suffer guilt or society’s recriminations” excuse: just wait until the pedophiles and the animalists start using it.

    1. Exactly right. And their parents and pastors join them in blaming men who decline to marry them at that age, with so much baggage and selfishness confirmed through a pattern of repeated action.

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