Religion Does Not Excuse Homophobia (and Other Crimes)

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

Let me just start by saying that I believe in giving people a chance. But, I am not the only queer person who has said this: Sometimes the threat of harm to others and to society itself outweighs giving a chance. The Islamic people have LGBT blood on their hands, and the only way to become acceptable to me at this point is to lose this tainted "religion." I am not afraid to speak out. This isn't the 1960's, and gay people, who have the most to lose by these extremist groups being invited into the U.S. and other western nations, have fought too hard to have to deal with this yet again.

Christianity is always what the "all-loving, enlightened" liberals love to make their target. I repeatedly try to drive home to them the fact that, even if Christianity was a threat to their liberal agenda (which has absolutely nothing to do with protecting the LGBT, as they would like us to believe), Christianity's growth is stagnant compared to Islam's. Islam also is guilty of committing out and out LGBT genocide in their home countries BY LAW in the name of their "religion." One of these internet warriors admitted that I was right, but that "Christians don't have bombs." It is this cowardice and lunancy coming from the left that forced me to look elsewhere. 
 
Muslims have evil, cruel pastimes involving animals that make me so sick to my stomach, I cannot bring myself to even speak of them. I have identified as liberal for most of my life because I was young and naive once, too. I believed that the Democratic Party was truly about issues overlooked by others - animal welfare, environmental protections, gay rights, etc. I liked it better when the lefties didn't listen to me. Now, every Jewish American, every LGBT American, turning on this party, who now is all about throwing vulnerable minority groups under the bus for the worst of the worst of humankind, is a "traitor" who can suddenly find their social media shut down. I have been vocal about China, about my fears toward this country. I do have to say that the silver lining to China having more control in the world is that China has a zero tolerance policy when it comes to Muslims' typical act of moving into a country and creating their own precincts where animal abuse, violence, and targetting of non-Muslims become rule. Gay people in the UK seem baffled by Muslims' "gay-free zone" signs appearing in East London. They shouldn't be. As someone with a degree in communications and a paralegal certificate, I have been trained to look into the future. It seems an impossible task. Who can see into the future? It really is easy. One only has to study demographics, statistics, the trends of people.
 
I have already dealt with Christianity shaping my life, turning it away from what it should be. Even though I'm not living my life in the way that would be the most honest and make me the happiest, I will stand with the LGBT. They have pushed me aside, abandoned me, turned on me because I am still in a marriage with a man (It is an open marriage, and we live only as friends. He is still my best friend, and was there for me few people were.). I will still never stop trying with these people because in my heart, I feel it's right. I feel like I still could find the woman for me someday, if I don't give up. I feel that there is a higher power up there, and I feel that he/she supports me 100%. I have felt it. It is sad that it will come down to one group against another. Sadness will turn to anger. I will fight with everything I have to protect the good love that still exists on this planet. 


Submitted: June 23, 2021

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moa rider

Everyone's pushing a barrow these days. Religions are made up by people pushing their barrows too - is it selfish to pray for personal happiness when thousands of children die of hunger every day... including Sundays? Community can only thrive when the collective barrow is pushed and that ain't likey. Usianguke

Fri, June 25th, 2021 2:03am

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