Monday, January 30, 2012

Celebrity Chooses To Be Gay

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KOMO News is reporting that Cynthia Nixon, well known for her role in the television series "Sex and the City," has chosen to become gay.

Nixon told the New York Times Magazine that after being married to a man for 15 years and having two children, she has decided to become gay. She told the magazine, "It was a conscious choice."

"For me its a choice and you don't get to define my gayness for me," she told her detractors.

And there are many detractors. To say the homosexual community is upset at her would be an understatement. They are very upset, because this strikes at the very heart of their premise in demanding "civil rights" and so-called "marriage equality". As former Republican Washington State Senator Dale Brandland said from the floor during the "everything but marriage" bill debate a couple of years ago, "They're born that way, they can't help it."

Wayne Besen, whose organization is singularly committed to debunking people and organizations who claim homosexuals can be cured or delivered from their behavior, is livid.

He and others have tried to "help" Nixon understand her feelings by diagnosing her as "bi-sexual."

"No," Nixon says, "I am not bi-sexual." I have decided to be gay.

Keeping the homosexual agenda and talking points on track is difficult---like the saying "as hard as herding cats," because it is based entirely on the premise of "civil rights" and "equality".

The problem they have is that sexual behavior is not equivalent to ethnicity and there is not one shred of science that affirms that homosexual behavior is genetic, or "born that way."

Besen's organization is called "Truth Wins Out." Perhaps he and others should take a moment, push back and take an honest look at the Truth. It sets people free.

Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful. Be Active. Be Blessed.