Tuesday, April 14, 2015

heterocentric reality versus wikipedia's politically correct demonization of heterosexuals

heterocentric heterosexual reality versus wikipedia's politically correct demonization of heterosexual idealist/optimists like me:

Here's as simple as it gets for me: Since homosexuals don't reproduce by themselves naturally, heterosexuality, especially monogamous heterosexuality, seems perfectly ideal and optimum for the human race: all other things equal!

Human reproduction seems hindered, convoluted, complicated, and prone to problems that are not as likely to occurr if 1 adult man and 1 adult woman loved each other for life and produced children from that union.  It's a simple matter of the closest distance between 2 different opposite complimentary reproductive ingredients and a loving wholesome understanding between those who have that reproductive experience.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heterosexism 04-14-2015 12:23 PST


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Heterosexism is a system of attitudes, bias, and discrimination in favor of opposite-sex sexuality and relationships.[1] It can include the presumption that other people are heterosexual or that opposite-sex attractions and relationships are the only norm[2] and therefore superior. Although heterosexism is defined in the online editions of the American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language and the Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary as anti-gay discrimination and/or prejudice "by heterosexual people"[3] and "by heterosexuals",[4] respectively, people of any sexual orientation can hold such attitudes and bias, and can form a part of internalised hatred of one's sexual orientation.[5] Heterosexism as discrimination ranks gay men, lesbians, bisexuals and other sexual minorities as second-class citizens with regard to various legal and civil rights, economic opportunities, and social equality in many of the world's jurisdictions and societies. Heterosexism is often related to homophobia.

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