How did homosexuality become acceptable? April 3, 2007Posted by Rasheed Eldin in Concepts, Homosexualists.
It’s a question I ask myself often. I haven’t done enough research to present my own thesis. I do assert that it has more to do with campaigning than common sense – i.e. rather than it being about righting wrongs, it was a case of convincing the right people of certain things. A successful campaign, no doubt – but it hasn’t reached its ultimate conclusion. The public (even the non-religious public) is not 100% free of “homophobic” attitudes, but homosexualists might think that the hard work is all over, and things will change just with the passage of time (and the continuation of the present strategies). Still, these pesky Muslims aren’t buying the whole “LGBTIQ rights” thing like the Christians and others did. Being against sexual abominations isn’t yet seen by mainstream Muslims as a betrayal of the faith’s principles. So on with the Queer Muslim Reformation…
Take a look at these interesting articles and let us know what you think. I take it to be a debate between a Christian and an atheist.
How did homosexuality become acceptable? (Provocative article by Chris Swift)
How the gays lost their Loonie (Response by Hell’s Handmaiden)
How the World went Loonie (Counter-response by Chris Swift)