Tuesday, February 15, 2005

John McKellar – The Silenced Voice of Reason in Canada’s Gay Community

The radical left in Canada continues shout out Conservatives on the same-sex marriage debate. We saw this yesterday when Jason Kenney said homosexuals have equal opportunity under current laws to marry. The problem was not the message, but the messenger. When conservatives stand up to denounce the gay agenda, the gay and lesbian advocates shout them out with screams of intolerance. Why then do the liberal media not report on members of the gay community who speak out on gay activism?

One person the mainstream press has ignored is John McKellar, president of Homosexuals Opposed to Pride Extremism (HOPE). This modern day John the Baptist is the product of Toronto’s gay and lesbian community. John had his first homosexual encounter when he was 16, but he did not come out of the closet until he was 18.

More interesting than John McKellar’s sexual orientation is what he has to say about gay activism. He denounces the mainstream gay lifestyle saying, "Compulsive, anonymous sex in bathrooms and parks is much more common than the media want to admit.” He describes bathrooms as "dirty, with a stench of amyl nitrate and human feces. Amyl nitrate was snorted to get a longer lasting erection, and anal sex was going on all the time, with or without condoms. Some men would hang out in the bathhouse all night and have sex with up to six different partners. It was animalistic."

On the recruitment of children, McKellar says that the gay community sees it as necessary to "get the children when they are young to make gay positive recruits, even if they don't necessarily become gay themselves. This is why they want homosexuality and all its perversions taught to the children at the earliest possible age."

Regarding pedophiles - and while admitting that a number of gay publications and organizations support the abolition of age of consent laws, and that pedophiles are more free to express their views in the gay community than elsewhere - McKellar believes that the majority of homosexuals are not supportive of the pedophile agenda.

On transsexuals, McKellar says he feels the most sorry for transsexuals. "They, more than anyone else, are the most neurotic, into drugs, alcohol, and prostitution, as they are totally messed up about their sexuality." As for tax-funded sex change operations, he says, "I don't believe in a lot of gay medicine; it's more mutilation than medicine. The gay community is more well-funded than any else; it should pay for its own elective procedures."

On sadomasochists and leather men, "their thing is sexual domination and submission. They, too, have an immature and unhealthy fixation on their sexuality." McKellar says these groups often practice very dangerous forms of sex as "they have walked on the wild side, and once they have broken one set of taboos, they have to move on to breaking another set to get any sexual satisfaction."

John McKellar sums up gay activism by saying, “I just ignored the gay activists, as they never had anything to say to me or for me. As time went on, especially with the advent of the AIDS epidemic, I came to realize how monomaniacal and nihilistic they were becoming.”

So when a gay Canadian describes the gay lifestyle in these terms, why is it so controversial for a Conservative to say, “Homosexuals have the same right to marry as everyone else, so long as they marry someone of the opposite sex”?


At 5:33 p.m., Blogger PR said...

To be honest, I find it hard to condemn the gay community for these types of pathologies when straights do the same things. The problem with being gay is that one is very unlikely to enter into a long-term relationship.

At 6:44 p.m., Blogger Snowy said...

Where is there any implicit approval of these activities by heterosexuals in the article?

And I think you are incorrect to say that heterosexuals engage in all the same activities; even gays would deny that.

It would be kinda difficult for a heterosexual to hang around an opposite sex washroom all night, wouldn't it?

At 4:41 p.m., Blogger A Hermit said...

This is typical scapegoating. Some homosexuals behave badly, therefore no homosexual should be treated with respect.

Yes, many heterosexuals engage in equally risky sexual behaviour. We don't deny rights to whole groups of people based on the behaviour of a few individuals.


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