An Avalanche of LGBTQ Activism

Date: October 11, 2022
Host: Jim Schneider
​Guest: Peter LaBarbera
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Under the guise of LGBTQ+ activism, the calendar is being exploited again.  We’ve been through pride month, now it’s LGBTQ history month, while today has been declared National Coming Out Day.  With these days of recognition comes an avalanche of behaviors, legislation and other societal changes that are clearly unscriptural.   

Returning to Crosstalk for the latest news concerning LGBTQ activism was Peter LaBarbera.  Peter is the founder and president of Americans for Truth.  Jim had Peter comment on the following news items.

  • National “Coming Out” Day.  Originally this was about simply coming out as homosexual.  According to Peter, the significance is that this was a strategy.  Homosexual activists knew that the effect would be to reduce the opposition by making people less likely to speak out against homosexuality as well as redefining what’s considered normal.  The result is that all these years later it’s metastasized to include those “coming out” and identifying as being one of the many other perverse identities society now recognizes.
  • An adult drag queen is identifying as a child.  So how can you prosecute someone who identifies as an 8 year old if they molest another 8 year old? 
  • Congressman Mark Pocan of Wisconsin has introduced 2 pieces of legislation. One is H.R.9070.  This would establish within the Smithsonian Institution, the National Museum of American LGBTQ+ History and Culture.  It already has 64 co-sponsors.  He’s also introduced H.R.9071 that would establish a commission to study the potential creation of a national museum of LGBTQ+  history and culture.
  • A homosexual couple in New York is suing the city government because under the city’s current insurance policy they don’t qualify for fertility treatments, yet they claim they have a right to parenthood even though their biology doesn’t allow for it.  As a result, they’ve filed a class action complaint against the city.  They claim that since both of them are male and biologically incapable of naturally procreating, that they meet the medical definition of being infertile and thus they’re entitled to insurance that will cover the cost of using a woman to have a baby for them.
  • A judge has ruled that those in polyamorous relationships are entitled to the same legal protections as married couples. 
  • The Scooby-Doo cartoon now presents Velma as a lesbian.

This is just a brief summary of points discussed during the early portion of the program.  There’s much more that’s examined, and as you’ll see, it’s all about normalizing perversion.  Jim and Peter present the evidence that proves why, on this Crosstalk broadcast.

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