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Gay Children

July 12, 2012

According to the folks who know the most about being gay, the religious right, there probably is no such thing as a gay child. All of God’s children are straight. Gays choose to be gay later on when people up and decide such things.

Maybe the choice would be made around the time of sexual awakening or the onset of puberty, when sexual reproduction first becomes possible. The trouble with that is that the age of puberty is generally fixed in common law at fourteen for boys and twelve for girls. That seems very young, doesn’t it?

I believe that the problem with choice is that it is not formally recognized in our society. I suggest that it be legitimized by law and firmly set at the age of eighteen! I think that is the accepted age of consent in almost all jurisdictions. Young people normally can’t contract until the age of eighteen. One can’t just get into the military service when one feels like it. You have to be old enough to make an informed decision. You have to know what you are doing.

If we required a waiting period and an effective decision making process of some kind, it is likely that the number of gays would decline. This would go a long way in meeting the goal of many who wish to rid society of the whole lot. Unfortunately many would still decide to be gay. They would continue to nag us about gay rights and gay marriage.

Ultimately we will need  other measures to achieve that goal. Perhaps the religious right could study the matter further and come up with the ultimate solution. It is easy really. They already have the proper motivation and inspiration.

What would Jesus do?

 Author’s Disclamer: Please be advised that all of the above has been written with tongue firmly in cheek. All, is baloney, with the exception of the last thought.

From → Child Abuse

One Comment
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