To: Rep. McKell, M.,
Subject: Love Gone Bad Today letter to the Utah State Legislature
Feb. 14, 2014
As recently as 1986, homosexuality was regarded as a mental disorder by the American Psychiatric Association. Practicing homosexual sex is a mental choice that had negative societal consequences for homoelectives in the past. Now it’s all in the name of “love”, according to the propaganda of the LGBT (Love Gone Bad Today). But with all the drag queens (homoelectives on pervoids) and skin on display at gay-pride parades, (nudity allowed in San Francisco) it is easy to see that unrestrained sex is their message, not love. This includes pedophilia, according to the ACLU,
which will be their next big push for sexual orientation normalization.
Our children are being indoctrinated by the NEA arm of the LGBT in the public schools to be familiar with and accepting of homosexuality and those that choose to practice it. This includes in some schools a cross-dressing day, Harvey Milk Gay Day and unisex athletic teams with access to the opposite sex locker room and restroom for those that purport to "gender identify" with the opposite sex. This in the guise of fighting intolerance and discrimination; but also population growth for the U.N. with close ties to both the NEA and LGBT that would usurp parental rights as with legislation passed in California and New Jersey to outlaw professional therapy and counseling aimed at helping teens overcome unwanted same-sex attraction.
It is no wonder the Boy Scouts voted to accept homoelective boys into their heretofore honorable organization. The BSA (and their sponsors) better be ready for some lawsuits, however, if the homogenized U.S. Military man-on-man and men-on-man rape and sexual assault stats carry through to their camp-outs; especially when adult homoelectives are admitted as leaders. Needless to say, I have returned my Eagle
Scout Badge to the Boy Scouts of America.
I think everyone should have an emblazoned “Love Gone Bad Today” t-shirt in their closet where homoelectives should be.
Michael W. Jarvis
P.O. Box 356
Salt Lake City, Utah 84110
P.S. What happened to religious liberty and a business owner's reservation of the
right to "refuse service to anyone." Those that refuse service to homoelectives,
even on religious grounds, are being sued successfully in some states for door-
closing amounts of money by homoelectives that, by definition, do not qualify
for minority class protection.