Thursday, August 26, 2010

More proof that the more homophobic you seem to be in public, the more likely you are to be gay

This should surprise no one:
In an interview with the Huffington Post on Wednesday night, former Republican National Committee Chairman Ken Mehlman -- who announced earlier Wednesday that he is gay and intends to join the fight for marriage equality in California -- said he wishes he had come out while he was the face of a historically anti-gay Republican Party platform.

Mehlman acknowledged regret that he remained closeted when he led the RNC between 2005 and 2007 -- a time when, as The Atlantic's Marc Ambinder noted, it was "stepping up its anti-gay activities."
You can find the rest of that article here.

Look, it's pretty simple, but I'll explain it one more time for those of you who are a little slow. Real heterosexual people don't think about having sex with people of the same sex, so the existence of homosexuals doesn't really bother us. We really don't think about it. We're more or less oblivious, because we are too busy thinking about having sex with people of the opposite sex. Homophobes are mostly closeted homosexuals who feel deep shame about their own homosexual feelings.

Because they are closeted homosexuals, homophobes are constantly thinking about having sex with people of the same sex, but because they've been taught that those feelings are wrong, they are troubled by feelings of shame and guilt. Homophobes then act out on those feelings of shame and guilt by persecuting other homosexuals. When it comes to those gays who are openly gay, there is also an element of jealousy on the part of homophobes, who are angered by the freedom of the openly gay.

The next time you find yourself in the presence of a really vocal homophobe, just remember that they are also probably gay.

6 comments:

James Young said...

"Real heterosexual people don't think about having sex with people of the same sex, so the existence of homosexuals doesn't really bother us. We really don't think about it."

And you are clearly full of shit. Real heterosexual people WOULDN'T think about deviant sex were it not thrown up in our faces because what used to be the love that dare not speak its name is now the love that will not shut its mouth.

Your charge is just another effort at belittlement by the nihilistic far Left.

Real parents don't think about abortion, either, but have to, because the far Left has forced us to.

James Young said...

By the same token, you must so vigorously defend it because you are a deviant yourself.

J.C. Wilmore said...

James, only gay people have "gaydar."

J.C. Wilmore said...

Wow James, you're getting personal now--this must really bother you for some reason that I will not speculate about.

James Young said...

Me getting "personal"?

Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't you question the sexuality of anyone who "think[s] about having sex with people of the same sex"?

Yeah. That was you.

J.C. Wilmore said...

You've really latched on to this post haven't you? Several beautiful women have walked by me in the last few hours, so I'd more or less forgotten about the subject. But you seem drawn back to it for some reason . . .