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September 10, 2011

Let's All Be Gay!

We recently wrote about Carson Kressley children's book You're Different and That's Super,  mainly because the OMM referred to it as "promoting the homosexual lifestyle to children". We were wondering how exactly a book about unicorn who stands out in a crowd of ponies could possibly encourage kids to be gay.

We tweeted about it and got to thinking... so many of the books that allegedly promote gayness, don't really mention being gay at all. You're Different and That's Super by Carson Kressly and The Boy With Pink Hair by Perez Hilton, are two examples of children's books written by gay celebrities that send the message that it's okay to be different (without specifically saying anything about being gay).

Harvey Fierstein's The Sissy Duckling tells the tale of a male character who exhibits behavior that isn't stereotypically "male" enough... but never actually mentions sexual orientation. Then there are the books like And Tango Makes Three, which tells the true story of two male penguins who raise a baby penguin together. Of the few books that do address the issue of homosexuality directly (such as Heather Has Two Mommies, Daddy's Roommate, King and King) none of them actually encourage kids to be gay. They just promote tolerance and understanding about people who are gay.

I personally believe that people don't just wake up one day and decide they want to become gay; I believe people are born gay. There's only one kind of "promoting gayness" that these books can do... Encouraging kids who already know that they are gay to feel better about themselves.

The more people like the OMM and the AFA go on about books trying to make kids gay, the more we laugh at how ridiculous that idea is. So we decided to come up with our own (fake) children's book that really does encourage kids to be gay.

Here are a few excerpts:


Think it'll be a best-seller?


Sarah Manley said...

Love this. You make me laugh. And as someone that has been accused of 'promoting the gay' I am totally behind it. Let me know if you need a co-author. ;)

Raluca Enescu said...

How do gay wedding presents look like? How do you tell them from straight-ones? :D

Anonymous said...

Don't forget that eating fruit loops makes you so totally, very, very gay. I mean, look at the Toucan? Don't you even try telling me he's chatting up all the lady birds!

It really does sadden me how many people are so afraid of homosexuality being contagious =[

Sabrina said...

Our society really pisses me off. All of the wrong that is going on and they are worried about gays. Another young person just took their own life after being bullied constantly for being gay. This really has to stop!

Anonymous said...

You should read Lockpick Pornography by Joey Comeau (for free, here: http://cargocollective.com/joeycomeau#1220487/Lockpick-Pornography)...it involves some people who decide to do just that.