March into insanity

I haven’t been to this year’s gay pride in Vienna and I can’t tell you whether it was good event or not (but there are a few impressions online). At least the “March for the Family”-group considers gay prides to be a rather unpleasant thing. So they decided to launch a counter-demonstration and in addition to just voicing their displeasure about the gay pride they also had some further ideas on how to improve society which included abolishing civil partnerships for gay couples, amending the constitution to define marriage as a union between a man and a woman and abolishing nurseries. Another corner-stone of their unreasonable demandsĀ  is the demand to criminalize abortion.

As usual I’m a bit light on the details and can’t really make out how gay people or gay parents are responsible for abortions or whether the gay conspiracy is financed by running nurseries. I would also be grateful if heterosexual parents could tell me whether their family life deteriorated as a direct consequence of gay rights and whether you think that amending the constitution to bar some consenting adults to marry each other will be a remedy to a troubled heterosexual marriage.

Even though I’m admittedly a bit light on the details on how the sinister LGBT conspiracy is secretly running heterosexual families, I just conclude that those heterosexuals who really feel that gay people control their families from above and mind-control heterosexuals into having abortions should seriously consult a psychiatric doctor. And I really wouldn’t mind if those heterosexuals insist on consulting a straight doctor (who preferably has never attended a nursery) as long as they stick to their doctor’s advice.

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About Kim Karlstein

Member of the gay conspiracy in one of the regional offices in the UK. The conspiracy you lately constantly heard about. Other than plotting how to take over world I have fairly normal hobbies. My gravatar is taken with thanks from wikimedia commons.
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