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Saturday, March 26, 2016

America and LGBTXYZPDQ

If you're an American ... and let's just assume you are, then the message is clear ... Celebrate Sodomy! Yes, if you're not gay, if you're behind the Times—and with you behind them I'm betting The Times is bending over with a lascivious glance over its shoulder—then you should be!

When you walk into your neighborhood bar and use the men's bathroom, you may have to wait for the lady to exit the stall. I hesitate to imagine, but it's even possible that some of the more gymnastic ladies—with a little contortive imagination—may even figure out some way to utilize that bank of urinals on the left wall. Welcome! Welcome to this our new world. I know it's not that big a deal. Am I right? But now, imagine the "ladies" room your daughter just went into. "LGBT." Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender. One has to wonder ... I wonder ... when they'll add pedophilia and bestiality to their ever-growing acronym.

Filth and depravity manifest in our times. The end of our times. This is Sodom and Gomorrah. What a filthy disgusting world we've managed to socially engineer for our children. Sick, defiled, warped, twisted, stinking, vile, horrific, demented, deranged, bastardized, handicapped and dying. Welcome to America's hospice.
It’s a busy week at the nexus of entertainment and politics. At the same time that Disney is threatening to cease filming in the state of Georgia if the governor signs a law they see as discriminatory, a similar battle is now taking place just a bit to the north in North Carolina. There, the governor has already signed a new law into effect that many in Hollywood are viewing as discrimination. One director has already stated he will cease working in the state until the law is repealed, and the MPAA has said, on behalf of all the studios, that they oppose the bill.

North Carolina’s House Bill 2, titled the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, enforces a ban of people using restrooms that do not correspond with their biological sex. In addition, it also reserves all power for passing non-discrimination legislation to the state, meaning that local governments no longer have any power to pass their own laws on these issues. According to CNN, the state legislature took emergency action in order to strike down an ordinance in the city of Charlotte which allowed transgender citizens to use the restrooms of the gender they identify as. Director Rob Reiner has now come out to say that he will not film anything in North Carolina until such time as the law is repealed. In addition, the Motion Picture Association of America has stated that the studios oppose "any law that legitimizes discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression."
Yes a busy busy week. So many anuses and so little lube. What a quandary.

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