As I’ve written in a previous post “The Danger Of Saying Love Is Love”, LGBT people have worked long and hard to show society that we are not paedophiles. We are normal people with an element in our lives that is same sex attraction or gender dysphoria.
I also said that P for “paedophile” has been trying to make its way into LGBTQIA++idon’tknowwhatthisisanymore alphabet soup. The Q stands for “queer”. Queer is not a sexual orientation, but a political orientation. Some queer people are LGBT and have far left politics. Other people who call themselves queer are heterosexuals, but want to have oppression points so that they are not batted down for being a privileged white heterosexual every time they want to talk about foreign policy or health reforms.
Many LGB people say we should never have allowed the Q in.
Much of today’s far left identity politics is rooted in Foucalt (who had odd ideas and some research claims he probably raped young boys) and the Frankfurt School. Professor James Lindsay has a wonderful series on Youtube called Groomer Schools on his New Discourses channel. In this series, Lindsay goes through the papers on queer theory and links it to today’s schools in the USA – which are a few steps “ahead” of schools in the UK – with the promotion of queer theory. Some of the grooming is sexual, and some of it is political.
Recently, there have been a number of high profile LGBT or queer people who have been accused of or arrested for sexual offences, or attempted sexual offences, often against children or teenagers, such as Kevin Spacey and Ezra Miller. Ezra Miller has spoken about being groomed and abused himself in school and in Hollywood.
In recent weeks, many of us have seen disgusting scenes under the banner of Gay Pride or progressiveness or love. Men whipping men, dog fetishists and drag queens dancing like strippers – all in front of young children. This is grooming behaviour plain and simple. It breaks down the barriers in children’s minds about what is normal and what is not, what is for adults and what is for children.
Most gay people are not into whipping or dog fetishes or stripper behaviour. This does not represent LGBT people, and whatever it is, it is not for children.
No child is heterosexual or homosexual or bisexual or trans. Children are pre sexual.
This is why we have age of consent laws. Children do not have the mental or emotional capacity to have a romantic or sexual relationship. Their bodies are not formed to have the capacity to have a sexual relationship – specifically the genitals are not fully formed, are not big enough, for a sexual relationship. Nature, God, the universe has designed children to be children. Bodies mature in the late teens. Brains mature around the age of 25. We have age of consent laws for a reason.
It is mainly white heterosexual parents who are taking their children to Pride marches or drag queen strip shows or drag queen story hour. Drag queens do not represent LGBT people. They are perverse and are not for children, so stop taking your children to these events.
I have been at LGBT events where there has been a drag act or a strip act, and a room was provided for myself and all the other religious LGBT people and anyone else who does not want to see those acts to go to. There are non religious LGBT people who hate drag and sexualised content. It does not represent us. We are normal people who want to live normal lives.
Parents can explain to their children why their classmates have two dads or two mums. That is easy and takes less than two minutes. It costs nothing.
Many of us have seen the leaked Disney zoom meetings where a new person in management is talking about how she is going to put “queer” content in as many Disney films as possible, including same sex kisses. She is determined to make Disney “queer”.
Why is she not determined to make good stories? I’m a writer, and I do write novels for adults with LGBT characters, but their gayness or transness is not the story. The story is ex police officers fighting knife crime, people trafficking and the UK grooming gangs. I am determined to tell good stories, and tell the stories that are not told by the mainstream media – the stories of working class people in the north of England. However, I aim to tell them in a palatable way.
What is wrong with showing a same sex kiss instead of an opposite sex kiss? All children are pre sexual. As a child, I never expected to see a same sex kiss. Why? Because I was pre sexual and so I was not obsessed with kisses.
Who is obsessed with kisses? Adults with problems. As an adult, I am not obsessed with kisses because I am a normal, balanced human being. Being bisexual does not make me someone who is obsessed with kisses.
No one is born LGBT. All the studies show we become LGBT as a result of our environment and elements of our natural personality interacting. Most LGBT people see the world through a more sensitive lens. Autism is higher amongst LGBT people. A background of emotional, physical and sexual abuse is almost twice as high among LGBT people as heterosexual people, and other background issues include bullying in school, a lack of connection with the same sex parent or having a parent with a serious mental illness.
Research into bisexuality – all collated in the book Dual Attraction – shows that most bisexual people are firstly attracted to the opposite sex and between 12-18 months later become attracted to the same sex. They stated the same sex attraction is “an add on”. I hated reading that at first, and then I sat back and thought, and I could see that that was the exact case for me. I fell in love with Andrew when I was 10 and I fell in love with Emma when I was 12.
So we are not born LGBT. Many of us know adults who change sexual orientation after an emotional upheaval such as being cheated on by a partner or spouse, after domestic violence or with severe empty nest syndrome. We all know people who change sexual orientation in adulthood.
So we know that adults change sexual orientation. Could it be that by seeing a same sex kiss in a Disney film that a child who would have been heterosexual becomes a person who is LGBT? I don’t know. We know that children are heavily influenced by what they see on TV.
All the kids I teach from a number of countries want to be Elsa or Iron Man. I wanted to be a Thundercat or a Telebug. We used to play games at school where we imagined ourselves in a Telebug or Thundercat story. We still – still! – wave wrapping paper rolls around while we make light sabre noises. We have a whole advertising industry because adults and children are heavily influenced by what we see.
In a number of languages including Gaelic and Hebrew, the word for “vision” of what the eye sees and what the person conceives of for their entire life, for their future and what they want their life to be are the exact same word. What we see over and over and what we focus on is what our brains focus on, and so that is what our life becomes.
We have seen Youtubes or Twitter accounts of detransitioners, including detransitioners who say that one person convinced them to change gender. One woman says that she was an adult in her early 20s when her girlfriend convinced her that she was a man, and she asks what chance do children have when she as an adult was convinced by one person that she was in the wrong body.
It was clear that the Disney exec who wants same sex kisses in Disney films wants to influence children. Does she want children to be tolerant of LGBT people, or does she want them to be LGBT?
I don’t know, but she spoke very clearly about her gay agenda. I used to think the gay agenda was planning going to work, what you plan to have for your meals and what TV shows you’re going to watch. Apparently, according to this Disney executive, the gay agenda is putting as much LGBT content into children’s programmes as possible. It’s not the way I would do things.
There are many ways to teach children about LGBT people, such as teaching them about the Roman emperors, or Michael Stipe and Angelina Jolie, or Oscar Wilde or Virginia Woolfe, or the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Michaelangelo, Leonardo and Donatello – who were all gay or bisexual.
Why is there a push for kids to be included in adult venues, situations and themes, whether the venues and events are heterosexual or LGBT?
1) paedophilia. Obvs. Paedophiles will go wherever children are, such as schools or families. Inviting children into venues or situations for adults is blurring boundaries at best, and criminal and hugely damaging for the children at worst.
2) LGBT adults have bailed on the “LGBT Community” so more tin soldiers are needed.
Many LGBT people do not want to be associated with the current LGBT movement and organisations such as Stonewall in the UK who now no longer fight for LGB rights, and have become a radical trans far leftist ideology machine instead. Many LGB – and T – people in the UK feel completely alienated from the LGBT movement and community. You will find many comments on social media from LGB people particularly saying they have nothing to do with the LGBT movement, especially the Q. With a lack of popularity among LGBT people over the age of 25, the LGBT movement, especially the Q, is looking for new recruits, and the only people left are children.
I am not sure what to think about the – mainly – heterosexual parents who take their children to events with drag queens. It is plain that these parents are trying to look like people with all the right ideas, ie not being homophobic, but they are doing it in the wrong way. They are virtue signalling to their middle class, white friendship groups, as they do when they put a black square on their social media which does precisely zero to help Black people access better services or jobs.
However, the parents who take their children to drag queen story hour or drag strip shows or Pride parades where men are whipping men are putting their children at risk. They are putting their children at risk of not knowing right from wrong, not knowing safe from unsafe, not knowing abuse from normal interactions.
When I think of some of the issues we face today, I look at parents and wonder, “What will your children thank you for in twenty years’ time?” I think parents need to start asking themselves this. The latest thing might get you brownie points with your middle class enclave now, but will your child still love you and be thankful to you in twenty years’ time?
I will leave you with that. What will children thank their parents for in twenty years’ time?