Will America’s young women be just a bit more likely to experiment with lesbianism now that JCPenney is mainstreaming it? Too any objective observer, the answer must be yes. Is this a good thing? To any objective observer, the answer must be no.This is coming from a known AIDS denialist. So I would take some ANY science knowledge from this guy with a grain of salt.
Research has indicated that lesbians suffer from increased levels of depression, suicidal ideation, substance abuse, breast cancer and vaginal diseases compared to heterosexual women.
Thus what JCPenney has done, by increasing, even if ever so slightly, the chances that young women will experiment with this behavior will turn out to be a tragic thing for some. JCPenney will have to share some culpability for that. This once proudly pro-family company will have done its part to define deviancy down.
Oh, he also takes a shot at the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell:
Things have reached the place where one of the Republican candidates for the presidency does not think the state should restrain prostitution at all, and voted twice to normalize homosexuality in the United States military.You do realize that there's a difference between refusing to penalize people for their sexual preference and advancing one sexual preference over the other, right? Repealing Don't Ask, Don't Tell really doesn't mean that the barracks buildings have degenerated into an orgy of depravity. Well, more than did before. I've done health and welfare inspections. Trust me, the barracks weren't all sunshine and lollypops before.