Gay activist admits gays really do want to recruit children

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by Jack Minor

 

A “gay” activist has confirmed what supporters of traditional marriage have said for years, admitting that the gay movement does in fact want to recruit and indoctrinate children into the “gay” lifestyle.

Daniel Villarreal, writing for queerty.com, expressed frustration over leaders in the “gay” movement that say they are not about recruiting children.

 In response to an ad by the National Organization for Marriage opposing New York’s marriage equality bill, Villarel said the bill promotes “lies about indoctrinating schoolchildren.” The ad mentions children from San Francisco who were taken on a field trip to watch a “gay” wedding. Defending the trip, the school’s interim director called it “a teachable moment.”

 Villarreal then went on to lament the “gay” movement’s reaction to the ads saying, “They accuse us of exploiting children and in response we say, ‘NOOO! We’re not gonna make kids learn about homosexuality… we swear! It’s not like we’re trying to recruit your children or anything.’”

 Villareal then proceeds to say that is precisely what they want to do. “But let’s face it—that’s a lie. We want educators to teach future generations of children to accept queer sexuality. In fact, our very future depends on it.”

 He continued, “I and a lot of other people want to indoctrinate, recruit, teach, and expose children to queer sexuality AND THERE’S NOTHING WRONG WITH THAT.” He was even more explicit in his goals for children saying, “I would very much like for many of these young boys to grow up and start f****** men.” Villarreal also said he would like for “young ladies to develop” into lesbians.

 Gay supporters have produced a commercial opposing a Tennessee bill that would prohibit teachers from teaching about homosexuality in elementary and middle schools. The ad used young children dropping multiple F-words.

 Gordon Klingenschmitt, a former Navy Chaplain from Colorado Springs, said, “This homosexual advocate now admits what we’ve known for years. Homosexuals are pedophiles who abuse and rape children; which they must do to maintain their available pool of future sex partners.”

 Klingenschmitt said most homosexual experiences occur in children under the age of 12. “Studies have shown the average age of an adult heterosexual’s first sexual experience is 17, but the average age of a homosexual’s first experience is 12, with half  being 11 or younger when molested.  That’s how homosexuals recruit children, by violating their innocence, so when they grow up they are addicted to deviant sin.”

 ”Gay” supporters apparently are upset at Villarreal’s admitting the movement wants to recruit children. Several comments on the article expressed anger over the story being reported by conservative groups.

 Steven Harker wrote, “Congratulations you irresponsible morons. Your post was immediately picked up by NOM and is now the subject of a post on NOMBlog. You bear full responsibility for whatever comes of this.” Another comment posted by “James” said, “This is going to end up hurting our cause.”

 Promotion of the “gay” agenda was pushed by Kevin Jennings, Obama’s “Safe Schools Czar,” who founded the Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network. Jennings participated in a GLSEN education conference. A teacher at the conference said those attending were taught how to instruct children as young as 12 how to engage in homosexual acts.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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  • Alan W says:

    This is the dumbest article I have ever read. Come on people you are showing just how desperate you are. This is not to gays but to the homophobic, discriminating, bigots who actually believe this.

  • Blake says:

    Way to be sensationalist. I’m glad to see journalistic integrity is living well at your paper. Please understand Villarreal is a New-york-centric moron who thinks everyone is as cosmopolitan and well-educated as he is. He also doesn’t understand the definition of recruit. Or he was being ironic. Clearly he doesn’t follow the right-wing anti-gay blogs where recruit is a synonym for molest.

    Perhaps he envisioned himself as a iconoclastic new-age Harvey Milk (i.e. “My name’s Harvey Milk and I’m hear to recruit you”). But really he’s just a moron who was trying to make a point about the terms of the debate and ended up slandering himself. Not that your sensationalistic coverage helps any. How did you find that raging homophobe who quotes Paul Cameron’s discredited studies? How much time did you spend checking out what he presented as fact?

    *shakes head

  • a.mcewen says:

    sad piece which bears false witness. folks need to read the piece before making up their minds. and why didn’t u address the fact that the NOM ad was highly misleading.

  • Auntie Dogma says:

    Nice use of balance quotes. Curious, also, that you fail to mention what a vile and pompous jerk Klingenschmitt is and that the fact that he is infamous for his imprecatory prayers for the deaths of enemies including the Rev Barry Lynn of Americans United for Separation of Church and State and Mikey Weinstein of the Military Religious Freedom Foundation because they called him out on his abuse of the uniform and for disobeying orders:

    In September 2006, LT Gordon Klingenschmitt was reprimanded and fined $3,000 for disobeying an order not to wear his military uniform at a protest. Klingenschmitt was released from the Navy in March 2007. The chaplain disagreed with a policy that he interpreted to require him to offer non-sectarian prayers at Navy command functions (essentially public, military-wide and often mandatory). The Navy doesn’t require a chaplain to give prayers at a command function if the chaplain’s religious beliefs prohibit non-sectarian prayers. The Navy doesn’t prohibit chaplains from preaching in a sectarian manner in worship settings.

  • charlie says:

    I was molested by a man who probably was heterosexual, most pedophiles are. My guy seemed to be attracted to feminine pre-pubescent boys. In a further irony when I come out to heterosexuals with children I feel obliged to deny pedophilia that not surprisingly is utterly evil for me. I do not have the words to express my disgust at the people who would victimize we LGBT victims of pedophilia a second time.

  • Jessica says:

    He continued, “I and a lot of other people want to indoctrinate, recruit, teach, and expose children to queer sexuality AND THERE’S NOTHING WRONG WITH THAT.” He was even more explicit in his goals for children saying, “I would very much like for many of these young boys to grow up and start f****** men.” Villarreal also said he would like for “young ladies to develop” into lesbians.

    But if he said “I and a lot of other people want to indoctrinate, recruit, teach, and expose children to Christianity AND there’s nothing wrong with that,” you would have thought it was fine. If he had said “I would very much like for many of these young boys to grow up and sleep with women” or “I would like for young ladies to develop into wives and mothers” you would be okay with it, even those are also lifestyle goals and sexual expectations.

    The Christian community is quick to disclaim one religious nut (ex. Harold Camping) as being “not a real Christian,” but you read something by one very radical gay activist and assume that he does, in fact, speak for the GLBT community as a whole. I don’t know why you chose to put this as community news instead of as an editorial or opinion piece. This was very poor journalism.

  • Bernie says:

    Oh come on. You’re grasping at straws. To further that you make yourself look silly when you quote a deluded individual like Klingenschmitt.

    What a fantastically sad piece of news.

  • Steerpiek says:

    What a disgusting article. The point that they are making as that we should be open about the fact that our avowed goal is to make life as pleasant and happy as possible for the gay kids that exist in vast numbers in every nation in the world. The whole counter-argument is based on the MASSIVE MASSIVE MASSIVE LIE that there are no gay kids and that gays are made by indoctrination or by abuse. You can choose to be openly gay. You can choose to pursue gay sex. You CANNOT choose your sexual persuasion, which is internal and powerful. It is wrong and inhumane to ask people to deny their persuasion or to act against it or to suppress it. People of strong libido of either orientation who sublimate and repress their desires will become violent, self-loathing and a danger to themselves and other people. sex is a release, a bonding ritual and is essential for mental health.

  • Brad says:

    You people are such fools. What Daniel Villarreal MEANT was NOT that Gays want to “recruit” children for sex, you filthy minded Jack Minor, but to recruit them to be decent people, who have a realistic look at the world and the people in it, who are secure enough in their own sexuality, that they won’t grow up to be like you. They will know that NO one can be “turned Gay”. What’s wrong with YOU? Are you really THAT shaky with your own? Let down your guard for a second and — ZAP! ! — some mean Gay dude is going to have his way with you? And you’d like it? If you disagree with it, fine, don’t do it. Just leave the rest of us alone. You invent a culture that has YOU under attack, so you can attack everyone else. Grow up.

  • Emma says:

    Is this article meant to be satire? Or is that author actually a homophobic bigoted fool?

  • KeithFL says:

    I look to the left at your publications advertisers and can’t help but think that with such a ridiculous and hatefully biased article that you sully their reputation along with your publications credibility.

    The only explanation I have especially after reading the rest of Mr. Minor’s articles is that somehow he spoofing us in a very obtuse way, or that this publication (an by extension its advertisers) cater to the lunatic fringe.

  • Chicken Sockpuppet says:

    The progressives posting here apparently don’t understand why the right feels the way it does towards homosexuality. The progressives shout out “bigot” as if that were the underlying reason. It is not. From the article:

    ” Villareal then proceeds to say that is precisely what they want to do. ‘But let’s face it—that’s a lie. We want educators to teach future generations of children to accept queer sexuality. In fact, our very future depends on it.’”

    It is not that the right is bigoted towards homosexual people; in fact we are not. We detest gay bashing as much as anyone else. We believe that people deserve to be treated properly and with respect (which, according to how progressive act in public, is a lot more than they can say). What we on the right do detest is the idea that the practice of homosexuality should be ACCEPTED.

    If you want to be gay in your own bedroom, fine, do it. Have a good time. But do NOT attempt to indoctrinate others into believing that it should be acceptable if they originally do not believe it is. I personally don’t care what you do behind closed doors, even if I don’t agree with it, but stop telling us that we have to accept it. We have our own opinions and we are entitled to them.

    It is not up to you or any Big Brother scheme you can come up with to force us on the right to accept your lifestyle. THAT is what has us up in arms; that you believe you can force us to change our personal opinions about what we believe in.

    You don’t see us on the right enacting laws and putting guns to your heads to force you to vote for Sarah Palin, do you?

  • ColoradoBearMan says:

    To cover this like it is some sort of expose does a great disservice to your readers. Using a columnist at a gay blog spot that tries to be funny or a chaplain with questionable integrity to be the spokesman for either gay people or christians is sensationalism more than journalism. My guess is in the grand scheme of things most anyone reading this article will leave it with having their existing belief system reinforced. Either “Gay people are monsters” or “Christians are bigots.” Somehow, I don’t think either is true, but this paper has no room for middle ground. My guess is that outrage sells better and seems to set the general tone for the gazette.

  • Daniel says:

    I see nothing but desperate homosexuals (excepting one post) and homosexualists struggling desperately to attack anyone who disagrees with their twisted beliefs and attacking another homosexual for simply posting the truth about what your intentions are for OUR children. It seems none of you are above cannibalizing one of your own for a freudian slip; not above spin doctoring his words either, for damage control.

    Villareals comment didnt change my view about you guys, because i already knew you are all nuts. Your hate filled heterophobic comments however, have made me think with more certainty that you are all bent on destroying our society through the corruption of our children. Be sure and bury yourselves with plenty of sunblock on, freaks.

  • Marsha says:

    “A teacher at the conference said those attending were taught how to instruct children as young as 12 how to engage in homosexual acts.” And this is how hate and bigotry are promulgated. Anonymous person says “those people” did a bad thing and are bad and we should hate them.

    That is all weak-minded people (like Daniel, December 31, 2011) need to buoy up their hate.

    This article is unfortunately near the top of “worse sensationalist journalism I’ve ever read.” You should interview Charles Manson next and quote him about why one should murder pregnant actresses. He’s a spokesman, too, isn’t he?

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