If you’re looking for examples of how liberal “science” is pushing two simultaneous and mutually exclusive stories on our culture, stop looking. A so-called “study” finds “straight men in ‘bromances’ often kiss and cuddle.”
Published in a supposedly academic, peer-reviewed journal called “Sex Roles: A Journal of Research,” the study “asked a series of in-depth questions to 30 British undergraduate sport students to try and discover what straight men really get up to with their best friends.“
Talk about a self-selecting sample: British undergraduate sports students are a particular lot that doesn’t speak for “men” in general. In fact, I’d be willing to bet that 10 out of 10 actual straight guys, who are not British undergraduate sports students would react to the “kissing and cuddling” with “huh?” or other more-to-the-point exclamations of incredulity.
In short, the study, and the conclusions of its “researchers” are bullcrap.
The point of this is to weaken the definition of “heterosexual” or “straight” and include people who engage in what has always been classified as homosexual activity. The purpose is to sexualize all close male friendships and normalize homosexual activity.
On three great bonds of love do all cultures depend: the love between man and woman in marriage; the love between a mother and her child; and the camaraderie among men, a bond that used to be strong enough to move mountains. The first two have suffered greatly; the third has almost ceased to exist.
By making all close male relationships into “bromances” that open the door to kissing and cuddling, the authors of this study seek to make all men a little bit (a lot) gay.
And if you peel back the surface of the LGBT movement and speak to individuals who are willing to be honest, you’ll find many gay men consider “straight” to be a state of mind, as one colleague put it, “just a few drinks away from a gay encounter.” This thought runs counter to the prevailing narrative that sexual preference is lifelong and immutable. If gays are born gay and must always be gay, then straight people are born straight and should never be tempted.
Yet we find that the thought of luring straight people into a gay encounter is fairly strong in the gay community once we get past political arguments. The two things can’t coexist. It’s why the gay community so strongly condemns any Christian (or other) programs to help people with unwanted same-sex attraction find a life in a heterosexual setting.
To the LGBT community, and the authors of this bullcrap study, it’s impossible for a gay person to identify and live as a straight person, because they’d be betraying their true nature. But it’s very possible for straight guys to have gay relationships with kissing and cuddling (and remain straight).
The entire illogic of the argument is nonsense on steroids.
But watch the LGBT community and their fellow travelers who really want a libertine and hedonistic society (and don’t care that it’s unsustainable) tout this kind of gobbledygook so that thirty British undergraduate sports students get to set the playing field for all men.