this at Thinking Housewife.
I read a few of the 5,000 or so comments and it occurrs to me how unequipped Christianity is to deal with Liberal baiting tactics. A quick perusal shows a roughly 5-7 to 1 ratio of supporters of Jennas to people upset by it. Most of the supporters comments take the form of taunts toward anyone who takes offence to Jenna's actions - basically summed up as "So what ... Big deal ... Shut-up you ignorant fools". When I read some of the earlier comments, a lot of people were posting religion soaked diatribes that just elicit howls of laughter and more ridicule.
This is what a Christian looks like to Jenna Lyons and the rest of the "gay-is-right" lobby.
It's the same for the woman who let her son dress up as Daphne from Scooby Doo and then blogged about it. What possessed her to post it to the world? Simply to rile up the conservative masses so she and those like her can point out how "Homophobic" they are. However, in Jenna Lyon's case there is a commercial interest.
I sent this article to a friend and he asked me what I thought, as a father of two boys. I told him and he told me to check my homophobia. It has nothing to do with that. I'm not religious and I'm not homophobic. That doesn't mean that I don't have a strong opinion about gender identity. I find it sad to see someone trying to feminize her son while admonishing anyone who says it could be wrong.
Kids are only forming their identities at that age - sexual or otherwise. I seriously doubt these women had no part in their sons' propensities to form feminine identities. The Daphne boy's mother stated that it was completely his own idea. But, Jenna Lyon stats "Lucky for me, I ended up with a son who likes pink." Really, she just ended up with the 1 in 1000 boys who likes to dress as girls. So, now you can exploit him and show those precious, dainty toe nails to the world to sell more preppy shirts?
So, I have to admit that negative comments seem to have increased in skill, while the supporters seem to be more bewildering. I couldn't resist posting a few comments despite not having enough time to finish this post (I'm going to be tired tomorrow). Dr.Keith Albow provides a fairly decent admonishment, bringing up the point that it is also wrong to dress girls in slutty (my word) outfits. Again, comments are mostly ridicule of his "ignorance".
Personally, I have nothing against gay people or gay lifestyles. I believe that gayness is part of nature. I simply find the extreme anti-gay crowd and the extreme pro-gay crowd are in this one-up-manship battle to see who can offend the worst. Most of the people in the middle have the PC-indoctrination which means an inability to apply critical thinking to any issue and always siding with the pro-gay crowd lest you be seen as un-PC vis. Homophobic vis. hateful. Yes people, you can criticize someone (even someone from an protected identity group) without impinging on their rights or being a hate-mongerer.