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A Queer Need for Rejection

AYKAY-47 Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 9:35 AM
That last sentence of yours is just really telling. I don't have any doubt that you would happily march me to the killing fields for the sake of your ideology. I know who and what you are. You are a coward who can only find solace in the collective. You have won a battle. But we will give you what you deserve. Don't think that my plans for you aren't the same plans you have for me. There are more of us. We're not cowards. While you delude yourself that you are in the "majority", take a look at that electoral map. Not the state-level one. The county-level one. Then ask yourself who is in the majority. I'd prefer that we both just go to our respective corners, but that won't work. We don't need you, but you need us.

Whenever I write about the issue of First Amendment Freedom of Association, I defend the right of campus groups, not government administrators, to control their own belief structure and membership requirements. This often involves discussing real life cases with real life tension between religious groups and homosexual activists. This results in a slew of emails asking why a homosexual student would ever want to join a fundamentalist religious group. The short answer to the question is that homosexual activists don't really want to join these organizations. Some want to use them for political gain before shutting them down altogether.