Now usually, I don't go on many socio-political rants 'round these parts. Sure, I'll throw some political hotbed issue up on my Facebook page now and again, but that's just for fun, to see who all gets into a fight on my newsfeed. Yup. That's my idea of fun. Call me the puppet master. Anyhoo, I don't really do that all that often here at the good ole blog. Sure, I snip or snap here or there, but nothing overtly political. But that changes today. Granted, the M-thing I am talking about today should not really be a political issue, but many have made it so. In fact, that's kinda my point. Exactly why is the issue of two people getting married made into some political bullet point? It's stupid that we even question this. If two consenting adults want to get married, they damn well should be able to.
There are still many people out there who don't like homosexuality. They are afraid of it, so they rail against it. They bitch and moan, and try to get laws enacted to stop it from happening. They come up with all these ridiculous correlations between homosexuality and pedophilia (most pedophiles are straight actually), or being gay and being sick, or wanting to marry their same sex partner with things like bestiality. As everyone has heard, Indiana recently enacted a law that would allow businesses to discriminate against the entire LGBT Community. Simply put, THESE PEOPLE ARE WRONG!! Believe in whatever you want (even if it is hateful), but when you start trying to stop things from happening, you are discriminating, you stupid, godawful hateful bigots!! There is no more room for these bigots in our world. Yeah, I'm kinda passionate about this issue.
With each generation, the cases of homophobia seem to get smaller and smaller. Eventually, the LGBT Commuinty will be allowed to get married all across the country. Likely as early as this Summer, as SCOTUS is deciding Marriage Equality's fate very soon, and it looks as if they have the votes to make it national law. Once upon a time, mixed race couples were not allowed to get married, and even though there is still a wide swath of racism in the US (and worldwide, really), these so-called mixed marriages are now accepted as so-called normal. One day (hopefully soon) the bigots of the right will once again be proven wrong. Two people who are in love and want to get married is not an abomination people. Anyone who thinks so, is a bigot...end of story! Your bigoted days are numbered. If you don't like it, I don't want you around here anyway. It's time to move forward, America. I'll leap off my soapbox...for now. That's it gang. See ya 'round the web.