07 May 2008
Diversity. Love. Tolerance. Unless You Disagree with Them.
All we hear from the pro-homosexual rights crowd is the need for tolerance and acceptance of alternative lifestyles. Do they really mean this? No, not really. From LifesiteNews:
Lesbian Break-in and Riot During College Speech on "Born-Gay Hoax" Forces Cancellation
Example of homosexual movement forcing "their social and sexual agenda on others," say observers
By Michael Baggot
NORTHAMPTON, MA, May 2, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - "We're here, we're queer, get used to it!" cried a group of lesbians at Smith College Tuesday night in the midst of a riotous protest that met little resistance from on-looking police and security officials and forced scheduled speaker Ryan Sorba to prematurely end his "The Born-Gay Hoax" talk.
Shortly into his speech, the protesters tried to drown out Sorba's words with loud chants and clanging of pots and pans. As Sorba strove to continue his lecture, protesters invaded from a back window, flooded the podium, and began noisily dancing and clapping in front the speaker.
A Smith College official told Sorba that he needed to leave, while two police officers and a security guard watched the protesters continue in triumphant chants.
Because protesters remained in the room, Sorba was not able to return to conclude his talk.
The Smith Republican Club had invited Sorba to speak on his soon-to-be released book debunking the claim that homosexual orientation is genetically determined, and hence, worthy of social acceptance and legal protection. Homosexual activists routinely use the notion of the "gay gene" to argue that any opposition to their lifestyle is unjust discrimination.
In a March 31 presentation of his "The Born-Gay Hoax" lecture at Framingham State College, Sorba noted that the notion of "homosexual" did not begin until the middle of the 19th century.
Sorba traced the "born-gay" strategy to the 1980s propaganda efforts of Harvard graduates neuropsychiatry researcher Marshall Kirk and public persuasion expert Hunter Madsen.
Sorba added that many researchers attribute homosexuality to environment causes, such as sexual abuse during youth.