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Thursday, October 13, 2022 

Homosexual men who dump wives/girlfriends are not setting a good example

I found this 2017 news interview with a woman from Australia who'd once fallen in love with a homosexual man, and was let down when he dumped her like she was just junk:
Like most people, Monica Davidson was devastated when her boyfriend dumped her. “He broke my heart into a million, billion pieces,” she says.

Nonetheless, she agreed to one last favor and didn’t reveal the real reason why they parted ways.

“I said, ‘I tried, but he wasn’t interested in me.’ I wore that because I loved him. I couldn’t say he wasn’t interested in my whole gender. I couldn’t say it was because he was gay,” said the 46-year-old.

Davidson, from Sydney, Australia, says she’s not the first straight woman to fall for a gay man. And the ridicule can be hard.

“Women can end up being a figure of fun. People ask, couldn’t we tell we were falling in love with a gay man? They say we’re idiots, but they’re a man — we like men — and they encapsulate everything you want in a man.”

“It can be really confusing,” she tells news.com.au.
I think there's a valid argument to make here that - is it inherently wrong for a woman to love a man who's sexual orientation/preference is homosexual, and do so for romantic/sexual reasons? The simple answer is "no". Women shouldn't have to face ridicule for something like that, and in fact, the homosexual men themselves should learn how to better relate to women sexually. Mainly because there's only so many women out there who, as a result of homosexual men rejecting them as partners in love, leave the ladies vulnerable to violent Islamists who disgrace the male sex. Obviously, it's not just the fault of men sticking with homosexuality that's the problem there. And parents who may be raising their children according to religious-style limitations on interactions with the opposite sex also have to shoulder blame for causing homosexuality in the long run, which their sons and daughters alike may have difficulty overcoming, and have led to this sad situation involving activists who're extremists and apologists for sexual violence. But, if homosexual men could learn how to best relate to women - and even lesbians to men - then significant improvements could be made, and it may not be necessary in all instances to have homosexuals turn to psychology experts for help on this. For all we know, it could be done at home, and with special opposite sex partners helping out.
Her story is one of several in a new documentary Davidson is directing called “Handbag: The Untold Story of the Fag Hag.” She has just raised $41,000 for the film set to be released in 2018.

Davidson says she is not sure what she feels about the term “fag hag.” It has a derogatory air, so she prefers “handbag.” But both refer to the same thing — straight women who have strong, often highly intense and mutually supportive relationships with gay men.

These days, straight women and gay men who get along would probably just be called friends, but “handbags” were often vocal and visual supporters of the LGBTQ community when discrimination — legal and otherwise — was still rampant.

“So many women have acted as protectors, cheerleaders, and supporters of their gay friends, but always in the background,” Davidson says.

“Straight allies, and particularly women, are a vital part of the fight for gay rights. That includes the current debates in Australia, such as marriage equality.”

She says she is a “third-generation handbag.” Her grandmother was a “beard,” or fake girlfriend, to gay men she was close to, while her mother helped when the community was being devastated by AIDS.

“I’d been raised in a family with lots of gay men in it, so I should have known better than anyone (not to fall in love with one),” Davidson says.

“A gay man wasn’t a shiny unicorn I’d never seen before. I’d been going to parties with drag queens when I was 6, but it happens — hormones are crazy.”
Good grief. This is exactly the problem - you have all these "bleeding heart liberals" who're acting as apologists for male homosexuality, and not doing anything to encourage homosexual men to take the challenge of learning how to relate with the opposite sex. And then of course, perpetuating a situation where women may not marry and have children, as is even more the case in the USA. Another troubling problem is how PC dictates you may not question whether homosexual men are capable of any kind of offensive act against women, and now, we have this whole situation in the USA and elsewhere, where transsexual activists have caused horrific experiences for women, including the feminists now being thrown under the bus by the far-left.

Being homosexual doesn't mean men have to literally remain that way, as the MSM would have us believe, nor does it mean they literally shouldn't learn to relate to the opposite sex. And women shouldn't be mocked for not knowing they'd fallen in love with a homosexual man. The lady interviewed did nothing wrong, and the man should've felt honored and appreciated that a woman had fallen in love with him. Let's hope most PC adherents will come to understand all that. And let's also hope religious advocates will stop putting limitations on their children that could cause homosexuality, regardless of whether it's difficult to overcome or not.

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