This week we heard from Ken Lucas, making some mumbling apologies about some previous rather dopey remarks vaguely linking homosexuals with sexual abuse in the case of Foley (link to google news search, in case you don't know about the perv). Fine. He misspoke. Sure.
But just an hour ago I heard on National Public Radio's "All Things Considered" the learned comments from one Paul Weyrich (click if you're interested at all what on earth he's all about), where he said that the fact that Foley's a "hoe-moe-seck-shull" (he pronounced it thus) should have sent a warning to anyone, since all homosexuals are preoccupied with sex.
When the show host warned Weyrich that people might take exception to his statement, Paulie said they could take exception to whatever they liked, since this is a fact known by all psychiatrists and psychologists that have to deal with them.
I'm interested in finding out if this is a common opinion. I was taken aback, because I thought that the facts showed that all men are preoccupied with sex. I really didn't know only homosexuals were. That must mean I'm homosexual and didn't know it.
Regardless of my proclivities, I wonder if this is a pseudo-concept that has much acceptance outside the circle of a particular brand of American (the conservative-flavored kind, I mean).
Please write your opinion on this, and pretty please, with sugar on top, don't go down the road to thread perdition that has happened in other threads, where as soon as someone even mentions the word "gay" people start insulting each other. Please. And thank you.