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Posted on | December 22, 2013 | 46 Comments

If you don’t want to be accused of homophobia . . .

The director of a new film featuring gay themes and characters is blasting the movie ratings board for giving the comedy an R rating.
G.B.F., set for a Jan. 14 debut, earned the rating for “sexual references.” Director Darren Stein feels the film should be a PG-13 affair. . . .
Stein, in a previous chat with The Huffington Post, described the film as a departure from other teen features.
“G.B.F.” has a gooey emotional center . . .

“Gooey emotional center”? No, thanks, but if you don’t want your 12-year-old to see that movie, you’re a homophobe. The requirements to avoid accusations of homophobia keep increasing:

Be sure to read Mark Steyn’s excellent essay on the “tolerant” left’s intolerance of mainstream Christian beliefs, and their intolerance of the temerity that anyone might express them.
See, “The Age of Intolerance” (via Memeorandum).
And because he’s a bleedin’ idiot (and epic asshole), LGM’s Scotty Lame-ieux attacks Steyn on free speech grounds (although Steyn’s not making a free speech argument). See, “And David Duke is the New Fred Shuttlesworth!

There are probably worse people on the planet than Professor Scott Lemieux, but none whose names immediately came to mind.

See, this is what the Left’s “homophobia” game is about: Pointing the accusatory finger, and requiring that we all join them in destroying the targeted hater, so as to validate and increase the power of the accusers. If you say, “Hey, wait a minute! I don’t think the targeted person should be destroyed,” your dissent from the gay lynch mob forms the basis of an accusation that you share the homophobic guilt of the accused target. Even silence — or a failure to shout loudly enough at the target — could be proof of your guilt, if any grounds of suspicion previously existed.

Trying to “argue” with totalitarians like Professor Scott Lemieux is a waste of time, because hate-filled radical monsters like that don’t want to persuade you, they want to destroy you.

What is necessary is to expose the fact that Professor Scott Lemieux has zero authority to accuse anyone else of moral failure.

What acts of humanitarian philanthropy does he claim as evidence of his moral authority? Does Professor Scott Lemieux have a reputation for generosity, courage and honesty or, as I strongly suspect, is he one of these selfish lying cowards who populate academia nowadays, pharisaically displaying their “progressive” politics as an ersatz substitute for actual virtue?

So while I have no specific reason to suspect that Professor Scott Lemieux is currently planning genocide, if any gay youth go missing in Albany, N.Y., the police might want to check his freezer, just to be on the safe side. He is Canadian, you know.

 

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  • MrPaulRevere

    I find it ironic that Steyn has gotten into a digital slapfight with his “editor” over at the Corner over the aforementioned column. Apparently you can’t even make a mild joke about the ghey anymore.

  • Delaney Coffer

    You use the word cannibal as though it were a bad thing to be. Many families have cannibals who never “decided” to be cannibals. They just realized that was their identity. Your hurtful aspersions toward cannibals is unAmerican.

  • http://www.twitter.com/thebadger14 Badger Pundit

    “If you say, ‘Hey, wait a minute! I don’t think the targeted person should be destroyed,’ your dissent from the gay lynch mob forms the basis of an accusation that you share the homophobic guilt of the accused target.”

    Nice summary of the mob psychology that helps reinforce the phenomenon of not just virtual lynching, but ACTUAL lynching, right? People in the South in the late 1800s or early 1900s who wanted to prevent lynchings risked the accusation that they were as guilty was the Negros or Jews or other targets of the lynch effort.

    Coincidence that we see the same thing happening now? Consider that the olden-day lynchings were almost all orchestrated by Democrats, especially those in the Ku Klux Klan (the terrorist wing of the Democratic Party), in their efforts — successful as they turned out — to bring a halt to Republican Party reconstruction of the South. So it shouldn’t be surprising that the Democrats leading modern-day (virtual) lynchings similarly lash out at anyone posing any opposition to the lynch effort.

  • robcrawford2

    Well, not around people more interested in their social standing than in humor or truth.

  • robcrawford2

    I believe they prefer to be called “homophagic Americans”.

  • RKae

    All during the push to mainstream gayness, the “prudes” have been shouted down by the “fiscal conservatives” who think the only thing that keeps a nation functioning is the economy. The most common shout directed at the prudes was “How does it affect YOU?”
    Well, after Duck Dynasty and the mess mentioned above, I hope that question is answered – even for the most thick-headed fiscal conservative.

  • Cmate

    And this movie becomes required viewing for 6th graders in 5….4…3..2..

  • DaveO

    Almost every person lynched in the South, white and black, had one thing in common: they were Republicans. No Democrat was ever lynched, even by the KKK.

  • DaveO

    I wonder all the non-social conservatives are on this matter? So many claim to only be fiscally conservative and that fiscal conservatism is the future of the GOP. Guess they’re home counting their silver.

  • Minicapt

    The axis of the Universe is anchored on Washington DC – New York City.

    Cheers

  • Socialism: Organized Evil

    Certainly, hatred of Christianity is the primary tie that binds the ideology of today’s liberalism to its marxist, socialist, and communist ancestors.

  • http://www.twitter.com/thebadger14 Badger Pundit

    So I guess we have a tagline — “Democrats: Lynching Republicans for more than a century, and proud of it!”

  • robertstacymccain

    My apologies to the Cannibal-American community.

  • Steve Skubinna

    That’s right – you can’t tell by looking at somebody if they’re a closeted cannibal.

  • moraywatson

    What if they’ve only got one hand?

  • Steve Skubinna

    Ah, we call that, uh… “Autohomophage.”

  • http://wizbangblog.com/ Adjoran

    What, you never get hungry when you’re alone?

  • http://wizbangblog.com/ Adjoran

    I am surprised Stacy isn’t ALL OVER that crap. It seems Jason Steorts, some little nerd who is supposedly the “editor” there now objects to Steyn hitting back, wants him to be nicer to GLAAD.

    At first, I just thought it was a planted thing to make Rich Lowry look more manly by comparison (as if!) but Steyn appears to be taking it seriously and is not backing down.

    I suggested Steorts suspend Steyn and see who most of their readers follow. Just before calling him a disgrace to conservatism, American, and manhood, so he may count me as a h8tr.

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  • trangbang68

    I don’t think the term “gooey center” ought to be used in an article about the booty bandits. It has disturbing connotations.

  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady

    Steyn is better than anyone at the Corner. They would be very foolish to think otherwise.

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  • http://evilbloggerlady.blogspot.com/ Evi L. Bloggerlady

    If I could get you folks to focus on pigs instead of beef, the world would be a better place. You are not born a beef eater, you are carefully taught.

  • http://thepagantemple.com/ ThePaganTemple

    Now with some of us it is an instinct.

  • Steve Skubinna

    I prefer to have a few friends over for dinner…

    It beats sitting around getting all eaten up.

  • Steve Skubinna

    Who is born a pig eater?

    Anyway, I’m not picky. If it can’t run away from me it’s fair game. Or to be more precise, if it can’t outrun a bullet…

  • http://treeofmamre.wordpress.com/ John Scotus

    At what point do we start calling some of these people what they are–”heterophobes”? They hate heterosexuals and Christians, and want to make their homosexual lifestyle the new normal. It is past time for people to stop apologizing and backing away from traditional beliefs out of fear of these hateful bigots.

  • Steve Skubinna

    Yeah, “emotional gooey center” just doesn’t hook me. Not only that, but I don’t want to be around anyone that it would appeal to.

  • Pablo

    Why is potential child cannibal Scott Lemieux working for the Catholic Church if he’s such an ardent homophile?

  • Pablo

    Do you remember the day you decided not to eat people? Of course not. Thus, cannibalism must be genetic.

  • SDN

    Before I turn vegetarian I’ll turn humanitarian…. ;-)

  • http://alessandrareflections.wordpress.com/ Alessandra

    I hear you! Hit’em on their pocketbooks, why employ people who hate you and want you destroyed and who want you to kiss their every perversion?

    that gets results, always has

    People don’t realize there is only one homosexual agenda: it’s down your thoats and to heck with your rights and beliefs

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  • moraywatson

    I’d call it a knuckle sandwich.

  • Delaney Coffer

    Every fetish is equally valid and demanding of respect. Normalcy is the only thing we’re encouraged to condemn. So get on with it, sinner! hehe

    These are the times that try mens souls. We’re told we should try men’s holes.
    The left has obvious goals.
    Bading bang boom.

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