More than two decades ago, I was warning people about why homosexuality leads to death. One of my Letters to the Editor appeared in The Sunday Oklahoman (Oklahoma City’s paper) on November 26, 1995. At the end of this article, I’ll put the text of my letter in a better format so you can more easily read it if you want to.
It says a lot about society that this is no longer obvious and has to be explained.
The refusal to discuss rampant homosexual child molestation says a lot about crime also. The refusal to discuss rampant homosexual child molestation also says a lot about lying TV commentators who lie about being unbiased.
Two Television Traumas
One of the last 60 Minutes or 20-20 kinds of shows Jayne and I watched (we should have stopped years sooner) had two stories about child molestation. This was perhaps 15 years ago now.
The first segment was about a man molesting a girl.
The second segment was about a man molesting a boy. The boy, by the way, was the actor and comedian Drew Carey.
How Television Portrays Males Who Molest Girls
Throughout the entire segment, the focus was on the child molester. The crew kept describing how justice was being served, they implied previous crimes the jerk had committed (no doubt he had), and they devoted their entire energies to this molester getting his just punishment.
Note: By the way, prison is not just punishment for anybody, especially child molesters.
How Television Portrays Males Who Molest Boys
When the second segment aired after a commercial break, the focus had magically changed. It was a though an entirely different television show, entirely different worldviews, and entirely different agendas (that is exactly what it was) had changed.
The focus stayed on Drew Carey and how he had overcome his trauma. The focus was on help he’d gotten, the problems in his life as a result of the homosexual molesting him, and what he now does to help other abuse victims overcome their past.
Absolutely, society should focus on helping true victims. But why wasn’t the little girl considered a victim? If she were, why was it more important to focus on the male who molested her but when it becomes a homo molesting a boy, it’s no longer important to focus on the rapist?
The Simple Answer
Simply put, homos get a pass in the media. Especially homo child molesters.
The Text of the Letter:
title: Tell the Truth
TO THE EDITOR: Recent letters to “Your Views” about homosexuality illustrate the societal destructiveness that pervades us. Our “live and let live” attitudes are killing homosexuals by the thousands; some do not care enough to tell homosexuals that what they do is wrong and perverted. It’s not always wrong to humiliate someone when their behavior produces death and destruction.
Too many people look the other way and promote the damaging idea that what some people do in the privacy of their own homes is those people’s business. Actually, what some people do in the privacy of their own homes is every-body’s business! Would those people look the other way if the homosexual were a child molester? Most liberals would. We have decriminalized a behavior that our founding fathers properly outlawed.
Few people know elderly homosexuals because homosexuals die 30 years younger on the average, according their own publications, than do normal people. The suicide rate among homosexuals is 20 times higher. Drug addiction among them is rampant. In addition, saying that AIDS is not a homosexual disease is like saying lung cancer is not a smoker’s disease because a small number of nonsmokers get lung cancer.
In 1986, Psychology Today said there was overwhelming evidence that 35 percent to 50 percent of sexually molested children were victimized by people attracted to people of the same sex. Of all children sexually molested, about a third are boys. Nearly all molested boys (over 90 percent of them) are molested by men. If you love your neighbor, you will warn him about how destructive homosexuality is.
Greg Perry, Tulsa