Sunday, June 26, 2005

This weekend we're experiencing the 35th Annual Atlanta Pride Celebration.

Well and good, I guess, except that it's actually the 35th Annual Atlanta *Homosexual* Pride Celebration.

First "Homosexual" became "Gay". Then "Gay" became invisible. Were you to come for the "Annual Atlanta Pride" Celebration, you'd think you were arriving for a celebration of Waffle House and traffic jams. Until the first view of a man wearing nothing but leather briefs.

There's an unspoken lie, a sin of omission, that really gets to me. I don't quite know how to express it, but turning the 35th Annual Atlanta *Homosexual* Pride Celebration into the 35th Annual Atlanta Pride Celebration takes an ownership that I just don't like. It's not an Atlanta thing, it's a homosexual thing. But it's called an Atlanta thing by homosexuals.

It's part and parcel of how the homosexual agenda has been advanced. On one hand, homosexuals have portrayed themselves as a put-upon, oppressed minority. On the other hand, you daren't say a thing against homosexuals, lest you be marked a "homophobe" (What the hell does *that* mean?) and hooted out of polite society.

Most of the time I don't even think about homosexuality. It's just not on my radar. Then the "35th Annual Atlanta (Homosexual) Pride Celebration" gets shoved in my face.

My reaction can only be that I'm experiencing The Big Lie.

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