This is the actual questionnaire handed out to teen participants in the recent Youth Diversity Summit sponsored by the City of Greeley

How do you know that you are straight?

If we turn around questions commonly asked of LGBTQ students and people, we can see a different perspective on orientation.

–        What do you think caused your heterosexuality?

–        When and where did you first decide you were a heterosexual?

–        Is it possible that your heterosexuality is just a phase that you might grow out of or that you’re just experimenting?

–        Is it possible that your heterosexuality stems from a neurotic fear of others of the same sex?

–        If you’ve never slept with someone of the same sex and enjoyed it, is it possible that all you need is a good same-sex lover?

–        Why do heterosexuals seem compelled to seduce or recruit others into their lifestyle?

–        Why do you insist on flaunting your heterosexuality, can’t you just be who you are and keep it quiet?

–        With so many child molesters being heterosexual, do you feel safe exposing your child to heterosexual teachers?

–        With the menace of overpopulation, could the world survive if everyone were heterosexual?

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  1. Lisa Colorado says:

    What I see you doing here is shoving people’s own curiosity and ignorance in their faces. How does that help anything?

  2. joe says:

    Your paper is a Joke! I will never understand the resentment of gay folks. Will someone please explain?

    And, if your concern is pedophiles, fine, but don’t limit yourselves to homosexual pedophiles. Please spend some time on the “straight” folks who deal in child pornography, sex trafficking, etc. Those people do actual harm. I don’t really like seeing two dudes act affectionately toward each other (nor do I like seeing most of you straight slobs acting affectionately toward each other, for that matter), but I cannot understand your irrational hatred of homosexuals.

    Until someone convinces me that ordinary gay people in ANY way threaten my marriage, my kids, my schools, or my pews, why not live and let live? Are we not freedom-loving people?

    Or, if you are so foolish to think that your faith, if shared properly, can transform these supposedly lost sheep, are you so dim as to think that the hate you spew will be an effective introduction?

    There is a fraction of the LBGT “community” that is a bit creepy–I’ll give you that–just as over-sexed straight men who make the porn, strip club, etc. industry so successful are really creepy too. But, I suspect your feelings toward the creepy gay people is more driven by your misdirected and unfounded sense of righteousness.

  3. Jane says:

    By your comments you are perpetrating what you’re accusing the paper of doing!

    BTW, The questionaire is put out by the GLBTA didn’t you read THAT?

    What’s laughable is your aversion to hearing the truth about what’s happening. No one else reported anything about it.

    And since they covered gays this week does that mean all sexual deviants should be featured as your comment suggests? Besides, if there was a booth set up for adulterers, or pedifiles, I’m sure that would have been included in the article.

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