Russia and India: Defenders of Decency, Bogeymen of the Gay Lobby
Russia remains stalwart in its laws that aim to curb the influence of the West’s gay-friendly culture on Russian youth. Meanwhile, last week, in a stunning turn of events, India’s high court reinstituted a nineteenth-century law against sodomy. On cue, the ligbitist kibitzers are going crazy in such homophile haunts as the New Yorker and the Guardian, expressing total outrage that there should exist, anywhere on the globe, nations that do not think it’s normal or appropriate to subsidize and celebrate men sodomizing boys.
I cannot blame Russia, India, or any nation for reacting to what they see in the West with measures that I would ostensibly oppose on principle. Russia’s ban on promoting homosexuality to children does impinge on free speech. India’s ban on sodomy is an intrusion into the sex lives of consenting adults. But we don’t live in an ostensible world. We live in a real world, where there are real gay organizations in the West, who are engaging in real machinations to spread their sickness all over the globe.
It’s time to admit it, my gay brothers: Our culture is sick
Gay male culture in the United States, Canada, Latin America, and much of Europe is sick. It is literally plagued with disease — not only HIV (which is rising again), but also syphilis (which has made a comeback). And Michelangelo Signorile, the dowager prince of gay news at the Huffington Post, admitted at long last what gay watchdog groups had been denying for decades upon decades: the chronic, timeless state of the homosexual man is to chase after pubescent boys.