7 responses

  1. WMDKitty
    May 12, 2010

    So… wait. I’m a “militant” bisexual because I don’t think I’m some horrible, rebellious, “unnatural” god-hating FREAK?

    I don’t know whether to laugh, cry, or vomit!

  2. darkmoonman
    May 13, 2010

    Well, the Log Cabin Republicans have concurred with this for decades. I clearly remember their published stance in the late 80′s to be that the way to gain equal rights for the gays was to be totally invisible to the straight community. It worked for women and blacks, didn’t it?

  3. paul j stein
    May 13, 2010

    A survey of prospective clients before any Gay or Lesbian professional accepts their money for services should be done. IF the prospective client shows ANY leanings toward ANTI-GAY actions or thoughts we as a GAY and LESBIAN community should refuse to allow them the use of our services. Sounds harsh but it would be noticeable when the straight right-wing hags are in their NATURAL form,and weddings are of a…well base function. I did this when I was a mechanic and it soon got around that “that faggot will bust you if you say the wrong thing”. Just a thought.

  4. Timothy Kincaid
    May 13, 2010


    That is flatly false. Log Cabin has never published that the way to gain access was to be totally invisible to the straight community.

    I fear that you are simply engaging in bigotry and hatred against a group of people about whom you know little and whom you are willing to defame.

  5. Cole
    May 13, 2010

    A “militant homosexual” is a gay person who challenges the heterosexual supremacist status quo.

  6. GreenEyedLilo
    May 13, 2010

    I’ve often revised Rebecca West’s famous century-old definition of “feminist”: I don’t know exactly what a militant gay activist is, but I know that people call me one whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.

  7. Paul in Canada
    May 14, 2010

    For a really good history on the social changes that brought about same-sex marriage in Canada, go to:


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