March 20, 2017

New book declares “the end of homosexuality"

Eric DuhaimeRebel Commentator

I'm about to launch my new book, La Fin de l’homosexualité et le dernier gay, which explains that while homosexual relationships still exist, homosexuality as a factor of negative or positive discrimination has ended.

This is the beginning of a new era where gays and lesbians, women and men, are from now on emancipated of the activist groups that perpetuate their victim status.

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commented 2017-03-21 22:19:01 -0400
RICHIE KOTZEN commented 4 hours ago
“…It’s like asking a black person to change and become white….”

Excuse me, but how dare you try and compare the plight of the black man and his struggle for equality in the West, with a bunch of prancing homosexuals who have a mental disorder, who choose to be homosexual and who act out that mental disorder through their degeneracy, depravity and self destruction.
If I was a black man, I think I’d want to smack you for saying that…
The ‘horrible people’ are the ones who enable and encourage this abnormal and unnatural behavior, the ones who benefit from the homosexual agenda and all those who are afraid to stand up and speak out against this moral plague we’ve had thrust upon us – OK the fraidy-cats aren’t horrible…but you need to stand up.
commented 2017-03-21 18:05:26 -0400
It’s who they are. Not what they choose.

It’s like asking a black person to change and become white. A gay man will never be attracted to women, so since we live in a world with gay people, they should also be able to find love and happiness with someone.

To want to deny them the same happiness you may have with your wife or girlfriend, makes you a horrible person.
commented 2017-03-21 16:08:48 -0400
Well Eric. I never knew or suspected. It changes nothing for me. I have always had a respect for your work and opinions. Be careful. Jihadi Justin is in process of giving the religion of Satan, Islam, control of Canada!

Not that any of us will be safe!
commented 2017-03-21 12:46:29 -0400
@ Eric Duhaime

You certain have stirred up a storm, Eric.

In my opinion it does not make any difference to me whether you or anyone is gay/lesbian.

I still like your opinions on the politics of the day.

Is your book on Amazon?
commented 2017-03-21 11:46:01 -0400
Paul, you’re sounding kind of… kind of…islamic! that’s the word.
commented 2017-03-21 11:24:21 -0400
JACK COVERDALE commented 2 hours ago
Dan Mancuso,
“It’s obviously not a choice – gay people are born that way…”

Yeah, except everything you said is BS…
As for the ‘TV personality’ – who gives a shit?
As for the Pope – if he ain’t actually the antiChrist, he’s one messed up dude…
…and by the way, the Pope did welcome homosexuals into the church – BUT – there was a condition, and all the pro-homo types, MSM, government officials and usual useful idiots and other lefty/progressives all deny or never mention this one small condition – REPENT OF YOUR SINS AND ASK THE LORD’S FORGIVENESS! – That means you’re welcome in the Catholic church, BUT, you have to stop being a homosexual…
You are a homosexual by virtue of the fact that the first time you choose to actively participate in a homosexual encounter – no matter the reason – you are choosing to be a homosexual. Every time after that, that you choose to have a homosexual encounter, you are choosing to be a homosexual! CHOICE!
Debate that!
By the way I have nothing but compassion and empathy for those poor wretches who – for whatever reason – have a same sex attraction, and because they are moral people choose NOT to act out this mental disorder of homosexuality.
commented 2017-03-21 10:02:55 -0400
That is exactly what I’m saying, jack. They do not have o act on that impulse. From what I’ve seen and heard from my cousin with AIDS, he did not find the "lifestyle’ very fulfilling. So he is non-practising and far more happy now. Any lifestyle that endangers your health, mentally or physically is wrong.

But you lefties live in a dream world where you can revoke the law of gravity if suits you. So dream on, Jack.
commented 2017-03-21 08:04:11 -0400
Homosexuality may not be a choice but acting on it is. I have a strong attraction for women other than my wife but I don’t act on it. Having the inclination and using it to justify an immoral lifestyle are two different things.
commented 2017-03-21 02:24:41 -0400
I will agree that it is an aberration. But there are aberrations in all forms of nature, plant, animal and human. Giraffes and other beasts have been known to have same sex relations, what’s that about? Saying it’s ‘wrong’ is like saying an asymmetrical leaf on a tree is wrong, or that the giraffe knows better,is just being contrary, and should be making a different choice. Having said that, the point often made that, “Genetically determined homosexuality would have become extinct long ago because of reduced reproduction” makes a lot of sense to me. So like Maurice I make no judgement.

It shouldn’t be anyone’s business, and as long as it’s kept private between consenting adults it won’t be. People will always have an opinion on it. I would be lying if I said it didn’t make me uncomfortable, but I prefer for it to be none of my business. The first impression put forth to another person shouldn’t be about who you sleep with. I relate to people, not their sexual preferences.
commented 2017-03-21 01:01:55 -0400
Dan Mancuso, the lifestyle may be a choice, taking action on one’s proclivity to same-sex attraction might be a choice, but the attraction itself is definitely NOT a choice. I don’t know what causes it. I have my suspicions but that’s all they are… my suspicions. Since I don’t have to deal with that proclivity myself, I’m ill-equipped to judge it. And if, as you say, same sex attraction is a mental disorder, then obviously it’s not a personal choice. If it was a personal choice, it wouldn’t be a mental disorder, it would merely be an attraction to a particular type behavior. Measles aren’t a personal choice, cancer isn’t a personal choice, diabetes isn’t a personal choice, they’re all diseases. If you want to talk about mental rather than physical diseases, schizophrenia isn’t a personal choice, autism isn’t a personal choice, being bi-polar isn’t a personal choice, drug and alcohol addiction once manifested isn’t a personal choice. So if, as you say, same-sex attraction is a mental disorder, then it can’t possibly be a personal choice. And the big difference between same-sex attraction and living an active homosexual lifestyle is that it’s between consenting adults and thus posses no threat to those outside the relationship, and in no way hinders the practitioners from functioning within society and making a positive contribution to that society.
commented 2017-03-20 23:51:24 -0400
MAURICE POTVIN commented 15 mins ago
“Paul Maurice, I don’t know who on this thread has stated that homosexual attraction is a personal choice. I don’t believe that for one minute. If it was, it would sure be a dumb choice, as life would be so much easier as a heterosexual…”

That’d be me…
…and I suggest you all Google: – johns hopkins study proves homosexuality is a choice – there’s a whack of legit info there…
…of course those who should read it won’t because like the mental disorder that liberalism is, homosexuality as a mental disorder often causes the victim to rationalize and/or deny facts that challenge their delusional beliefs in order to placate their guilt and convince themselves, ’they’re OK’.
Homosexuality is wrong. It is a mental disorder. It is abnormal and unnatural. When God created us in His image He gave us will – the CHOICE to do the right thing or the wrong thing. God did NOT create any homosexuals! We will all have to answer to God…
‘Circumstances’ – like sexual abuse of children – more than anything – create homosexuals. Pedophilia and recruiting new homosexuals is part of the equation, the homosexual mafia, et al, refuse to acknowledge or discuss!
Homosexuality will NOT be normalised!
commented 2017-03-20 23:21:36 -0400
Live and let live. Noisy special interest groups even Christian groups need to get on with their own business and stop minding other peoples. As long as LGBYQRSTUV….. don’t demand ‘rainbow crosswalks’ (Castlegar BC) or expect me to call them ‘Zer’ or ‘They’ I don’t care. Just kindly go about your business with out bothering mine. Make a stink about bathrooms and you are making it my business. If you look like a man dressed in drag in a bathroom I am using I won’t like it. Having said that I have shared the same bathrooms with trannies before and you really couldn’t even tell unless you looked at their hands or feet. They are in the stall, its no problem. I think the whole sexual aberration thing including gays is weird, and I really cannot relate, nor do I particularly wish to, but I live and let live.
commented 2017-03-20 23:16:17 -0400
For the premise of this book/theory to be true it would mean that degenerate cultural marxist identity politics have reached a saturation point and a more civil society is reacting by rejecting the whole oppressor/oppressed victim culture for objective reason. I have my doubts we are this far advanced in social/cultural reclamation yet – there is still a milti billion dollar industry built upon servicing fraudulent oppressed identity groups.
commented 2017-03-20 23:13:22 -0400
Paul Maurice, I don’t know who on this thread has stated that homosexual attraction is a personal choice. I don’t believe that for one minute. If it was, it would sure be a dumb choice, as life would be so much easier as a heterosexual. All I said is that, as a Christian, I believe that sex outside of a traditional marriage between a man and a women is sin. If my Bible teaches that, then I have to accept that if I’m going to call myself a Christian. That doesn’t mean same-sex attraction is sin, but it does mean that it’s a burden that the Christian who experiences it must bear. I’ve never been married, so ALL my sexual activity over the years was sinful because it was outside of traditional heterosexual marriage, but I own it. The fact that they were all heterosexual in nature has nothing to do with it. I’m not judging anyone else because I’m no better than anyone else. Besides, you don’t have agree with me; you’re none of my damned business, and I’m none of yours. I’m celibate now, but just months away from my 70th birthday, that’s not nearly as onerous as it once was. So no judgement here.
commented 2017-03-20 22:53:52 -0400
Hey…..God made me a homosexual. Now get on with your life (which I respect) and I’ll get on with mine. OKAY!!!
commented 2017-03-20 22:39:02 -0400
Paul Dixon, very insightful commentary. Thank you for that. The field of psychology has ever-shifting goal posts. What is a mental disorder today quickly becomes a lifestyle choice tomorrow, as the discipline of psychology is constantly attempting to reflect societal norms, rather than taking the lead in shaping them, as it should if it’s a completely objective discipline. I don’t know whether psychology is an inexact science, or maybe not even a science at all…. but sure seems to be relative.
commented 2017-03-20 22:19:24 -0400
I agree with everything Eric said. However, we must make it clear that tolerance, acceptance, welcoming everyone, respecting the human dignity of everyone, equality in all aspects of society, the work place, before the law, and, in all civil discourse, DOES NOT translate into the necessity of affirming someone else’s lifestyle. That doesn’t mean we judge the person or set ourselves up as morally superior. I certainly don’t believe that I’m morally superior to anyone. But, as a Christian, I must be free to believe that sexual activity outside of a covenant marriage relationship between a man and a women is wrong. Others don’t have to believe that, and we can agree to disagree on that matter, Besides, what other consenting adults do in private is none of my business. But to judge me harshly for my belief that engaging in the homosexual lifestyle is objectively morally wrong and sinful, as my Bible points out, is the height of INtolerance…. just exactly what they accuse Bible believing Christians of.
commented 2017-03-20 22:02:54 -0400
Dan: Thank you for voicing your opinion. I agree fully with you. In my past I have had gay friends, some excellent people. So my opinion has always been that what they do in their homes as far as sexual activity is concerned is up to them. I oppose adultery and premarital sex as well, but people will behave as they wish and I cannot control that. I can only warn of the dangers.
That being said, homosexuality is a deviation, a sexual preference that violates the very biological structure of our bodies. It does not belong alongside “heterosexuality” as acceptable and natural. It is a dangerous lifestyle, as evidenced in a plethora of medical and psychological literature, simply because it is not normal or natural for the human body.
Unfortunately, our society has been duped into thinking that homosexuality is normal. When we have schools and government heralding the validity of a deviant lifestyle, while attempting to shame those who express critical concerns about it by labeling them “homophobes” (another silly word, like “Islamophobe”) and attacking the idea of “heterosexism”, is it any wonder that we continue to have more young people who head down that street. Is it any wonder that we have a growing presence of transgenders, which is a mental disorder! What will it be next? I shudder to think!
And every time one of these unnatural deviations appears, our society accepts it and glamourizes it. Am I really expected to stand and tell a 6 or 8 or 10 year old student that it is fine for him/her to be gay, knowing full well the wretched physical, emotional, and psychological dangers that await him/her. That is irresponsible, not only in relation to the child, but also in relation to parents, who send their children to school expecting them to be safe and to be taught things that are HEALTHY for them. That is why we homeschooled our two – I did not trust the school system!
So when we right-wingers get on our bandwagon about how illogical, irrational, and blind the left is about the dangers of Islam to our culture, maybe a little humble pie is in order – we are every bit as misguided in the area of social conservatism as related to sexuality. We have lost our way!
commented 2017-03-20 19:44:29 -0400
I do not care what anyone does with anybody as long as its legal, consensual and leaves children and animals out of the equation. I DON’T care SO much that I’d really rather not know thanks. Why should it make any difference to me? Homosexuals can be football players, teachers, Premiers and any other title you can think of, and they always could be and always have been, we just may not have known about it. Whatever the group, whether gay, trans, feminists or a religious group for that matter, as long as they don’t expect special treatment or status, and fit in, they won’t be a target for anyone. That goes for everybody. Expect special accommodation above what any other citizen would receive, make a spectacle, and the leftwingnuts will surely be using you as victims to further their agenda….the result of which will be alienation from the general public. The opposite of acceptance.

Witness c-16 and m104. The only results of those two excuses to manipulate will be alienation, suspicion and conflict.
commented 2017-03-20 18:33:14 -0400
Will there be an English translation of the book?
commented 2017-03-20 17:07:54 -0400
No I don’t care about the fact that you’ve chosen to be homosexual ERIC DUHAIME…what consenting adults do in the privacy of their own homes is their own business and that’s between you and God!
What I do care about is the forced normalization of the abnormal and unnatural, mental disorder that is homosexuality – especially when it’s forced on our children by the state, in the robot factories, AKA public schools…and the homosexual agenda’s destruction and breakdown of our culture, society, system of law and way of life.
I’ll fight against that! It is correct to do that.
Homosexuality is wrong. All of the evidence without exception shows clearly it is wrong. It shall not be normalized…
commented 2017-03-20 16:58:46 -0400
Eric Duhaime, excellent report. Your commentary is spot on. Thank you.
commented 2017-03-20 16:56:33 -0400
The normal gays better decide to separate themselves from the “activist” gays that are hiring SJWs and aligning their movement with groups like BLM.
commented 2017-03-20 16:34:21 -0400
Enjoy your “equality” while it lasts, with the left’s rush towards Sharia Law, it won’t last long.
commented 2017-03-20 16:11:51 -0400
Very true and aside from some gay people clinging to their victimhood(the norm in pretty much every group),the people most resistant to this will of course be the SJW’s who need to be victims on behalf of others, they base their lives on outrage even when they have to fake it.