"Q" joins GLBT in Sexual Chaos

By Austin R. Nimocks, ADF Attorney

If you keep tabs on the homosexual agenda, you may have noticed a new letter lately – “Q.” “Q” has been slipped onto the back end of GLBT, the acronym commonly utilized by advocates of homosexual behavior to represent those for whom they advocate. Advocates of homosexual behavior understand that there is strength in numbers, so they have combined “Gay,” “Lesbian,” “Bisexual,” and “Transgender” into one force designed to reshape our country’s attitudes towards sexual behavior. With the neatly packaged “GLBT,” purveyors of deviance have created and successfully marketed a capsule of sexual abnormality that is now regularly and easily swallowed by the unsuspecting American consumer. If most citizens were truly educated on the truth behind the GLBT notion, they wouldn’t be buying.

Enter now the mysterious “Q.” The “Q” stands for “Questioning,” and its new inclusion in the acronym of sexual immorality is quite telling, as it makes remarkably clear what we’ve been saying all along, that homosexual behavior is just that-behavior. Do an internet search on LBGTQ, and you’ll see that the “Q” is now standard phraseology at our country’s educational institutions, including: Brown, Arizona State, Colgate, George Mason, Toronto, Wisconsin, Chicago, Hawaii, Manhattan, North Carolina, and Georgetown, just to name a few. See also the Wikipedia definition, where other acronyms like LGBTQQ, LGBTQ2, LGBU, LGBTI, LGBTT, LGBTA, LGBTTTIQQA, FABGLITTER, etc., are fully described. Like Pinocchio’s nose, the acronym grows longer with each added lie.

Thus, for the advocates of homosexual behavior, not only is their behavior some kind of normality or birth trait, like the color of your skin or your national origin, but it is now also a birth trait that is not recognizable at birth. In case you’re not aware, this is the same argument that is made regarding those who are confused about their own sex. Individuals unfortunately plagued with the mental illness of Gender Identity Disorder are told by the advocates of homosexual behavior that their identity crisis is normal, or that what they believe themselves to be is what they are. (See original version of H.B. 3685, a.k.a. ENDA). Nevermind the genitals and chromosomes with which you were born, as they should be left in the proverbial trunk. Sexuality, in all of its glorious forms, is now some splintered or muddled combination of (a) how you were born, and (b) what you believe yourself to be. Try explaining that to your neighbor.

According to the advocates of homosexual behavior, the new “Questioning” category represents those who are questioning their own sexual identity, or whether they believe that they might be “gay,” “lesbian,” “bisexual,” or “transgender,” but aren’t really sure. What? How can someone not be sure about something that’s been with them since birth? For years we’ve been hearing advocates argue that “I’ve always been gay,” or “I’ve always known,” or “I was born that way.” Now, the tone has changed? In a day and age in our country where sexual boundaries are being shredded on a daily basis, and where men and women have more sexual “freedom” in so many ways than ever before, we’re now being told that there’s more confusion, instead of less? To this, there are many who are entitled to stand up and say “I told you so.” Our society’s current revolution of sexuality and homosexual behavior has our next generation more sexually confused than ever before. At record numbers, teenagers and college students are confused about whether they’re a man or woman, confused about their “sexual orientation,” and have no guidance regarding what is and is not appropriate sexual behavior.

So what is the “Q” really all about? This part is actually easy. Since the mysterious “gay gene” upon which advocates of homosexual behavior have rested their cases has yet to appear, and because events like the Folsom Street Fair are starting to reveal to the public at large that homosexual behavior is unhealthy for our society, and because the studies regarding children raised in same-sex households are disturbingly alarming, advocates are developing a backup plan. They realize that their honeymoon as America’s latest underprivileged “victim” is almost over, and with their soft underbelly clearly exposed, they don’t want to lose the momentum that they’ve built. In addition to the destruction of all social norms, and any social or governmental institution that results in the establishment of norms regarding sexuality and sexual behavior, the advocates of homosexual behavior want a legal ticket to do whatever they want. Hence, the attack on marriage. Marriage, like nothing else, helps us understand that homosexual behavior plays no role in serving society, stabilizing society, or providing the next generation of our society. Advocates of homosexual behavior hate that and firmly believe that, by tearing down marriage, there will no longer be social or legal reasons for distinguishing their behavior from the behavior of others.

Despite having lost every marriage battle that they’ve fought in the United States, save one, the advocates of homosexual behavior are transitioning directly to their ultimate goal – normalization of their behavior. Clearly, the inclusion of the “Q” is an admission that those who self-identify as “gay” or “lesbian” weren’t born that way. Science never has shown it, and never will. Thus, because science can’t redeem their unredeemable behavior, the next best thing is for the advocates of homosexual behavior to try make the behavior itself worthy of redemption. If all of the G, L, B, T, and Q letters can all be placed into a cloak of legal protection, anything goes. Since you can’t be born a “homosexual,” if the “Q” accomplishes its mission, advocates of homosexual behavior no longer have to worry about proving to the world that they were “born that way.” Rather, they’ve accomplished what they want-freedom to do what they want to do without fear of reprisal, social judgment, or denial of access to anything they want.