Monday, March 2, 2015

CPAC: Gay rights causes fatherlessness

Heather Mac Donald
You cannot make this stuff up. According to Christian Post, Father's Day may one day be considered hate speech because saying that children need fathers has become offensive to the gay rights agenda, Heather Mac Donald, the Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor of City Journal, argued on the Friday panel, "The Future of Marriage in America."

Mac Donald is no idiot. She is a graduate of Yale and then Stanford Law. No, she's not an idiot — she is just crazy. The only other explanation is that she has assessed the collective intellect of her audience at CPAC as approximately that of the audience for Honey Boo Boo. According to her, "feminism has played a strong role in discrediting the importance of fathers." Additionally, the Gay Rights Movement has a "silencing agenda" against those who point out the importance of fathers.

Even though I completely understand and support the impulse of gays to get married, that's going to be the final nail in the coffin. I predict there will come a time when Father's Day is considered hate speech because it means that you're dissing the lesbian couple.
Kreskin has no equal. The problem with this argument, of course, is that no lesbian couple feels "dissed" by Father's Day. The gay community respects all family structures. Moreover, defending same-sex parenting does not, in any way, suggest that parents do not have life-long responsibilities to their children. Indeed, we argue for the importance of two-parent families.

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