Four bills that have been introduced in the Texas state legislature – HB 224, HB 254, HB 850 and SB 151- would force Christian business owners to affirm homosexuality and transgenderism in their business practices.
In other words, if passed, those bills would allow discrimination against, persecution of, and making criminals out of decent moral businesspeople who merely don’t want to cater to heterophobic homosexuals or accommodate transgenders.
Is that bizarre or is that bizarre.
And what kind of people put the disordered feelings of transgenders above the feelings of decent moral normal people who don’t want to share their restrooms and showers with people who are physiologically of the opposite sex?
Is the answer people whose values are upside-down, backward, and twisted?
Thinking people have known for centuries that homosexual activity is clearly immoral (Plato, for example, perceptively taught that over two thousand years ago) and a bad legal precedent.
Many other intellectuals over the years have also deprecated homosexual activity.
Thinking people have known for centuries that homosexuality and transgenderism are obviously objective disorders, and that it makes no sense to treat disorders as if they are not disorders. Doing so is flat-out malpractice.
But for the extremist pro-LGBT crowd, disordered feelings trump science, logic, and natural law. They actually want to force psychologists and psychiatrists to malpractice by treating obvious disorders as if they are not disorders.
Beam me up, Scottie. The inmates are taking over the asylum.
Wayne Lela, Downers Grove, Illinois