Queerish Irony

Queerish Irony
Extreme Queerish Irony Is Extreme

Queerish Irony: When all the lies the gays ranted to the world and presumably by and large believed themselves come back around and bite them on their faggot asses.

In this particular, disgusting case it’s their lie that accepting, legitimizing, and normalizing homosexuality and various sexual/gender disorders won’t lead to a similar thing for pedophilia. It was a lie. It was a dangerous and disgusting lie, and a stupid one to boot. This is proven by certain sorts feeling empowered to rant at children that we “can’t” even call them pedophiles and that they’re Minor Attracted Persons (MAPs)

Stop Calling Them Pedophiles!

Stop calling them that [Pedophiles]. You’re not allowed to label people like that. Stop it, Diego. We are not going to call them that. We’re going to call them, MAPs. Minor-attracted persons. So don’t judge people just because they want to have sex with a 5-year-old.

Amber Parker
Franklin High School

And this creature, Amber Parker is not the first to use this specific euphemism to describe and normalize pedophiles. Years ago, Dr. Allyn Walker, an assistant professor of sociology and criminal justice at Old Dominion used and perhaps coined the term Minor Attracted Person(s). It even wrote called A Long, Dark Shadow: Minor-Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity, defending them and seeking special protections for them. And then there’s Miranda Galbreath, a licensed sex therapist and counselor with the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections, who has taken great pains to explain that the majority of people make “incorrect assumptions” about Minor Attracted Persons and that those assumptions “create harm for an already marginalized population.” Parker is just the first we’ve heard of being so overt about it in our schools in a position of influence and authority over our children.

And there we are, sadly. The LGBTQ+?! activists and their ever-ready-for-perversions enablers have essentially made their lifestyle and sexual choices “acceptable” and protected by both law and #CancelCulture despite being told time and time again that this would lead to similar – and more than likely similarly successful – things and movements for pedophilia in all but it’s most extreme variants. And, they were wrong – rather ironical but not in any way unexpectedly so.

Disgusting as it is to any right-thinking, actual human being, the irony comes from the fact that every argument used by queers to defend their sexual choices apply equally to pedophiles. They’re born that way; you love (lust after) who you love (lust after); If you don’t like it you’re just a Christofascist bigot. All these argument can be and are used by pedophiles and their enablers to defend their sexual choices, and with an equal weight of logic and truth behind the arguments.

And, their trump card of “between consenting adults” doesn’t even work that well, because age of consent laws are just societal constructs and vary greatly by culture/nation, ranging from 11 to 21.

Worse and what will be a growing problem, is that the declining age of puberty means that hebephilia and ephebophilia – both psychological terms and neither, just like homosexuality, considered a mental disorder under the DSM – is going to be both more common and impact younger and younger children. And yes, it will also impact more adults, who will in apparently perfect sanity be attracted to younger people.

Yes, queerish irony indeed! Every argument and a majority of the terms, e.g., marginalized population, are being used by pedophiles and their enablers in exactly the same way that homosexuals and their enablers used them to gain legally mandated protections and privileges. Just. Like. We. Said. They. Would.

Honestly, I’d ask what comes next, legalizing incest. But that shipped sailed a while back.

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Generational Outcomes

Generational Outcomes
Generational Outcomes Degenerate As Expected

Funny, delightfully sarcastic, but also very sadly and not unexpectedly true. The Western aphorism, “shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations” and the Chinese proverb, “Wealth does not last beyond three generations” exist for a reason. That reason being that they’ve been proven to be true.

And those of old enough to be part of the “Ass Whooping” Generation are somewhat to blame for what our grandchildren in this “Time Out” Generation have degenerated into, as are our children from the “You’re Grounded” Generation. Our parents raised us to succeed. We raised our children in that success. And they raised there’s to feel entitled by it.

And no, before anyone comments, there is no profundity in this on my part. It’s prosaic to the point of triteness. And yet, it needs to be repeated since every generation seems shocked by how badly our grandchildren turn out.

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What Happened To Our Future

What happened to our future, the future what was promised to my generation by so many optimistic futurists, Hollywood, and the media? Where are my flying cars? This is a fairly common question among Baby Boomers And Gen X’ers. It’s even the basis for a few memes among the younger generations.

What Happened To Our Future
What Happened To Our Future

A refocus and general decline in the quality of people led to things like Demi Lovato singing to the ghost of a whore in an effort to help it overcome its “sexist trauma” is what happened to our promised future.

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Monkeys Then And Now

Monkeys Then And Now
Monkeys Then And Now

As I’ve said before, we’ve been in a long slide into immorality and societal collapse. As I’ve also said before, this is to some extent to be expected; it’s the natural result of certain thought patterns and the normal cycle of Man.

Still, when it becomes more societally fundamental and destroying basic behavioral rules which aid in that society being civil, it’s maddening. The simple fact that Millennials have turned “speak no evil, hear no evil, see no evil” on its ear speaks directly to what is wrong with today’s generation, who are horrifically the future of society.

And yeah, it’d be so easy to partially excuse them and blame it on modern technology. That, however, doesn’t make any more sense than blaming firearms for people’s violence. Sure, constant internet usage and the nature of social media make their bad behavior easier, but they’re not the cause of it. The cause of it is something that is very wrong in the hearts, minds, and souls of the Millennials.

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So, Polygamy

Polygamy Symbol

So, recently the Utah State Senate unanimously voted to decriminalize polygamy. Since then, a Utah State House committee slightly modified the bill and made a positive recommendation for it, sending it back to the Senate.

Once, the bicameral ping-pong concludes the bill (SB102), if it passes, would go to the Governor, who might or might not veto it. Hence, while quite interesting, it’s still early days.

If it all comes together in the manner that the bill’s proponents wish, bigamy/polygamy will in many cases go from a 3rd-degree felony with a maximum penalty of 5 years in prison to an infraction warranting a fine and/or community service as punishment. This is hoped to make so that polygamous people are less afraid to report crimes against them.

And Outrage Ensues

This rather quickly caused outrage among many social conservatives, a significant plurality of whom are that particular variety of Protestant-Informed Christians that are uniquely American in culture and attitude. They are quite displeased by SB102 and the fact that it wasn’t soundly and immediately rejected by Utah’s Senate.

To them, this is the bitterest vindication of their position on what constitutes normative families and how the Liberals and Progressives have worked to destroy them. They said time and time again that legalizing Queer Marriage would lead to legalizing Polygamy, and they see Utah’s current actions as the first, major step towards exactly that.

But, this outrage is to be expected and, in my opinion, accepted as righteous even though one may, like myself, disagree with it and its underlying premise. Remember, to them, the law of monogamous marriage as the only marriage provides a sturdy, general framework that enables Americans to order our personal and social lives in ways that are profoundly valuable. As such, they firmly believe that it merits special recognition and protection in our law and culture. SO, of course, they’re outraged.

And they’re not entirely wrong. Though, I believe that SB102 had little to do with Queer Marriage legalization. Polygamy has been a constant issue in Utah and has “enjoyed” a certain “grey area” status for a 100 years or more.

But Where’s The Outrage?

The dark side of the outrage coin is the utter lack of outrage from the Liberal and Progressive types over Utah’s SB102 and its likely passage into law. After all, they – especially the staunchest supporter of Queer Marriage among them – made it clear that they believed Queer Marriage was a right but that Polygamy was an abomination that should be abhorrent to any civilized society as being both destructive and immoral.

But no! There’s no outrage from the Left, not from the LGBT front or the Feminists. They’re dead silent on this except to quickly deny that Queer Marriage legality led to this happening.

And, as for the Poly Community – that’s Polyamorous by the way – even though Polygamy is a dirty word among them, they’re mostly silent too. They’re definitely voicing no outrage, even though they tend to hate the “traditional” polygamists – well, their men – even more than they hate the various social conservatives who disapprove of- and denigrate those Poly people’s own lifestyles.

It definitely makes me wonder. Have they all realized that they’ve painted themselves into a corner and can’t voice outrage over this since they separated marriage from expected cultural norms and mores and made such a big deal out of pluralism? Or do they just hate social conservatives that much that they can’t bring themselves to side with them, even against something they themselves find intrinsically evil and disgusting?

My Thoughts And Bias

First off, I’m polygamous – specifically, I’m polygynous. I have two “wives” – one legal spouse and one “live-in girlfriend” to use other, more legally acceptable terms. We’re what’s known as a “Triad” or “Throuple.” 🙄 We’ve been together over 15 years at this point. Hence, I both have “skin in the game” and an inherent bias when it comes to anything that intersects the law with such relationships.

Obviously, I’m in favor of completely legalizing and recognizing polygamous marriages under US secular law, conferring all the privileges, rights, and duties thereof unto all the family members.

Frankly, I don’t find that either the social conservatives’ or the Liberal and Progressives’ arguments against polygamy stand up to any sort of rigorous scrutiny. Certainly, my own personal experiences with my own family and others in the Poly Community don’t lend any weight to the negative claims.

Yes, I don’t for one second dispute that most of the polygamy cases we hear about in the US are rife with abuse, both physical and emotional, and coercion. Yet, I can’t see where those issues stem from polygamy as opposed to it being practiced by fundamentalist religious splinter groups who, due to draconian anti-polygamy laws, fester in marginalized, insular communities that breed that sort of extremism and allow such abuses to continue unchecked generation after generation.

Also, all the complaints that are worth addressing – there’s some that are ironic or dimwitted enough that I’ll address them in my usual fashion at a future date – are either similarly true/possible within monogamous marriages or have already been decided as being beside the point in separate, earlier contexts, e.g., while it’s statistically accurate to say that White women marrying or cohabiting with Black men have less good outcomes, we specifically made it legal for them to do so in 1967.

The above example of interracial marriage is not a non-sequitur. My “2nd Wife” is Black. When I was born we could not have gotten married in the 1st place due to Anti-miscegenation laws!

And, as a final point, there’s somewhere between 10,000 – 30,000 Religion-Based Polygamists in the US, who make up almost all of reported problems. There’s estimated to be 1,000,000 more of us living quietly among you like any “normal” family. If polygamy was the real problem, you’d already know that.

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