Category: homosexuality

Learned Soullessness

     I scratched around for quite a while, looking for a title for this piece. The above is the best I’ve got, and not very good at that, so please bear with me.      This is “Respect Life” weekend at my parish. We have the annual drive for funding for the local crisis pregnancy center, …

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It’s Fun To Swim At The…

     YMCA? Perhaps not for Julie Jaman:      Julie Jaman, an 80-year-old woman from Port Townsend, Washington, expressed her discomfort and fear when she encountered a male in the women’s shower area at the local YMCA.      The YMCA’s reaction? Jaman was permanently banned from the facility, according to the Port Townsend Free Press.      …

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Another Dropped Mask

     I’ve known for some time that male homosexual activists seek to “convert” young boys – typically before they hit puberty and start to feel an attraction to the opposite sex – to homosexuality. The fictional group “Inclusivity” in my novel The Wise and the Mad was intended to represent the attitudes and operations of …

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I Thought I Was Beyond Being Stunned

     I was wrong:      Milo Yiannopoulos, the gay man whose conservative messaging and willingness to speak the truth sparked riots on university campuses may well trigger more outrage now that he describes himself as “Ex-Gay” and “sodomy free,” and is leading a daily consecration to St. Joseph online.      Two years ago, when Church …

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