Posted on | January 22, 2014 | 156 Comments
I keep waiting to be told this story is a hoax.
Instead, it’s a horror show.
True, but it’s also an interesting insight into the weird priorities of modern liberalism. Instead of being enraged about a teenage boy being sexually exploited for the viewing pleasure of perverts, liberals were upset that the boy’s video performances — which are all over the Internet — led to him being “bullied” and suspended from school.
OK, fine. That story had a happy ending:
COCOA, Fla. — An 18-year-old high school senior at the center of a dispute over his appearance on a gay pornography website will return Wednesday to Cocoa High.
A Brevard Schools decision banning him from classes catapulted Robert Marucci into the international spotlight last week; however, the district Tuesday said the teen would be allowed to return to class.
“I’m just ready to return to school, like a normal day,” he said Tuesday.
A normal day? What does he consider “a normal day”?
The definition of “normal” seems very flexible nowadays. Is it “normal” for high school boys to engage in a six-way gay orgy with every sordid moment captured on video for commercial distribution?
Something else about the way the gay-friendly media reported this: It was all quite vague. You might ask, “Did he do . . . that?”
Yes. Yes, he did.
“But did he . . . was he, y’know . . .?”
Yes. Yes, indeed he was. Both ways.
Would you like to research what Robert Marucci did on camera?
No, you probably wouldn’t. Even the “review” sites are not something any normal person would ever want to visit. Nevertheless, it was possible to gather enough information for descriptions less vague than what the gay-friendly news sites offered.
Do you really want to click that link? It’s not too detailed. And I’m left to wonder why the liberal media — who would never dare suggest that there is anything wrong with being gay — is so mysteriously reticent to describe what “being gay” actually involves.
If you didn’t know better, you’d almost think they were ashamed of it.
But go ahead and click the link. Or not. “Lifestyle choices.”