My response to the article “How Arguments Against Gay Marriage Mirror Those Against Miscegenation”

In this article its author claims:

“How Arguments Against Gay Marriage Mirror Those Against Miscegenation”

“By Elspeth Reeve | The Atlantic Wire – Wed, May 9, 2012”

Really? Are gay men and lesbian women suddenly a neo-race?

Well let’s start with the basics. How do we define ‘Miscegenation’…


“The interbreeding of different races or of persons of different racial backgrounds.”


“Cohabitation, sexual relations, or marriage involving persons of different races. “

“A mixture or hybridization: “There was musical miscegenation at a time when segregation was the common rule” (Don McLeese). “

And don’t forget here:

“Miscegenation – Definition “


“Miscegenation is an archaic term invented in 1863 to describe people of different human races (usually one European and one African) producing offspring; the use of this term is invariably restricted to those who believe that the category race is meaningful when applied to human beings. In modern usage, the term is common only among those who believe that such “race mixing” is inherently bad.”

So according to the articles author. The race struggles between Whites and Blacks in the South hold similar arguments against gay marriage / gay rights.

Perhaps the author of this article cares to explain how gay men and lesbians are suddenly a neo-race / neo-ethnic group?


I didn’t think so.

Let’s get real here. The issue is not about gays having relationships. Gay men can be with each other all they want. Lesbians can be together all they want. What is really happening is they are FORCING Americans to accept their lifestyle choices in both the political and societal venues in order to change  America  by gaining ‘specialized rights’ and marriage.

As you have read my dear readers it is more evidence that the left is willing to use any phrase to ‘prove’ thier case against the ‘right’ in order to use political means to give un-necessary rights to gays and lesbians.

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