Liberals don’t seem to like much and gay liberals like even less.
True, liberals like other libs and defend them at all costs to reason and support everything associated with liberalism but outside of those delights they seem to be extremely discontented people who find little if any real joy in life and tend to react strongly when their illusory balloons are punctured with truth.
Actress Cynthia Nixon recently raised the ire of the homosexual community, including the famously flaming Perez Hilton, when she hurled a spear through the very heart of the gay ethos. Nixon confessed she chose to go lesbian and that her decision was not dictated by any genetic predisposition.
Nixon’s radical admission flies in the face of the fundamental gay mantra that they are “born that way” and don’t become homosexuals due to outside influences such as being momma’s boys or girls rejected by males. Undoubtedly, some are genetically programmed toward their own gender but studies have shown that nurture and not nature is a determinant in many instances.
Best known for her role as Amanda Hobbes on the raunchy “Sex and the City” HBO series and currently appearing as a cancer patient in the Broadway production “Wit,” Nixon in effect supports the nurture theory, contradicting contentions of the Gay Lobby which demands people believe their inclinations are beyond their control.
The award-winning Nixon is nothing if not in control of her decisions and choices.
She had a 15-year heterosexual relationship with English professor Danny Mozes which produced two children and dumped Prof. Mozes of her own volition. She is now engaged to “education activist” Christine Marinoni who gave birth to “their” son last year.
She infuriated gays throughout the planet by being honest about consciously choosing a gay lifestyle, thereby throwing an obstacle in the path of same-sex marriages and homosexual adoptions which are predicated on the idea that homosexuality is simply a different kind of normality.
As Nixon said, “I understand that for many people it’s not, but for me it’s a choice, and you don’t get to define my gayness for me. A certain section of our community is very concerned that it not be seen as a choice because if it’s a choice, then we could opt out. . . we are here and we are one group and let us stop trying to make a litmus test for who is considered gay and who is not.” (http://ti.me/xQAxVi)
Methinks both Cynthia and homosexuals doth protest too much, she because she is ambivalent in her decision, they because of their fury over that aforementioned balloon puncturing.
Once Nixon realizes she took up with Marinoni because Mozes didn’t put the toilet lid down or left his underwear on their bedroom floor, she may reconsider the comparative benefits of a normal relationship versus a life with Ms. Marinoni which embarrasses her kids.
Eventually, Cynthia might actually marry Danny and make their kids legal instead of bastards, but I wouldn’t bet on that.