Promiscuity is to be lauded
I was hoping not to get mired publicly in this issue, but the more I watch the revolution and revocation of forbidden sexual attraction and practices, the more I begin to question the philosophical, familial and societal implication of the alphabet agenda community.
By now, I guess everyone in society is well aware of the putative power that they wield to shutter and shatter organizations, destabilize or hamstring governments, cancel individuals who dare to disagree with their illusionary behavior and lifestyle. But has anyone really considered the meaning of the B in this mnemonic?
The B stands for bisexual. Well, I assume that is what it stands for since the goalpost is constantly being moved. I get to understand that some individuals who are afraid of being labeled as homosexuals prefer to self-identify as bisexuals, which tends to have a more softened effect and is more “accepting” by their families.
From our basic understanding of English and math, doesn’t the word “bi” mean two? Has bi taken on another meaning? That’s possible! Since what we have always known as basic scientific fact is now being touted as fluid or situational truth.
Bisexuality, I reckon, is when an individual has or claims to have sexual attraction for two people: one of their own born gender and another of the oppositely born gender.
If we seriously examine bisexuality, we will see that in promoting it, we will now subliminally or blatantly disregard the commitment to monogamous relationship. This is something that we have been promoting for years to reduce or eliminate sexually transmitted infections. Has this campaign taken a backseat? Or will the promoters of this type of behavior be canceled?
If the idea of sticking to one sexual partner still holds true, then bisexuality, which has found its ways in the alphabet agenda community, is counter to that. We cannot be telling our children one thing, then subliminally normalizing the same behavior that we are advocating against. This is complete lunacy and hypocrisy!
With bisexuality, we will now be promoting three people in a relationship. Tripartite relationship, mmm? Isn’t this an asininely covert way of encouraging promiscuity? Don’t we overtly turn our noses up at people who knowingly practice promiscuity? Or has this begun to change?
By the way, does promiscuity still have the same meaning? It is so difficult to keep up with the English language because words are constantly “evolving”.
Before you come at me with “the science”, let’s make sure that we are using some science that we can establish basic fact.
Currently, “the science” which is being used actually contradicts science.
“The science” doesn’t know what a woman is while science clearly defines who that is. So, let’s be sure we are arguing from objective science and reality instead of “the” subjective and situational science.
With this new revelation, can anyone now use the word “infidelity” with any authority? Absolutely not! Will the term “adultery” slowly fall into disuse or is it being willfully retired? Is there a new word or phrase afoot to replace same?
Can an individual within a marriage accuse the other person of cheating, if either self-identifies as a bisexual?
What we now know and hold as civilized sexual behavior among publicly elected and appointed officials or anyone for that matter will be called into question. Can their sexually immoral behavior, if it is considered immoral, be questioned if they self-identify as bisexual?
Is it our desire to contribute to the sweetheart pandemic? If so, we are doing a great job!
With the endorsement and normalization of this behavior, how can we tell an individual that he or she can’t self-identify as a tripartite lover?
I reckon that with the normalization of this agenda, we will have to hold a ceremony to posthumously absolve those whom we, as a society, crucified for this deviant sexual behavior.
— Pastor Carlyle Peart