Here is Frank Turek:
“People almost invariably arrive at their beliefs not on the basis of proof but on the basis of what they find attractive,” said Blaise Pascal. Indeed, attraction not reason is the engine of the LGBTQ movement. Otherwise, it wouldn’t be riddled with contradictions such as:
There are no differences between men and women.
Except when we demand the right to marry people of the same sex because people of the opposite sex are just too different than people of the same sex.
You ought not judge me for what I do.
Except I can judge you for what you do. You’re an ignorant, intolerant bigot for supporting your political goals rather than mine, and for refusing to celebrate my same sex wedding.
People should be tolerant!
Except me when I’m intolerant of you and your position.
Discrimination is wrong!
Except when I discriminate against you. After all, I can refuse to bake a cake that’s against same-sex marriage, but you can’t refuse to bake one that’s for it. I’ll sue!
There is no gay agenda: Paypal Founder Peter Thiel said this at the Republican National Convention: “When I was a kid, the great debate was about how to defeat the Soviet Union. And we won. Now we are told that the great debate is about who gets to use which bathroom. This is a distraction from our real problems. Who cares?”
Except when we at Paypal care enough to cancel our business plans in Charlotte because, to us, it’s absolutely a travesty of justice to keep men out of women’s bathrooms and showers. (Apparently, it’s not a travesty of justice to Paypal when Islamic countries literally murder gays and transsexuals. It’s business as usual for Paypal in those countries.)
It’s wrong to accommodate differences between men and women: We at the NBA pulled our All-Star game out of Charlotte because it’s wrong to acknowledge and accommodate differences between men and women, especially by keeping them in separate restroom and shower facilities.
Except when we at the NBA acknowledge and accommodate the differences between men and women by keeping them in separate leagues, restrooms and shower facilities.
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