Child abuse is often thought of as something that is physical, such as a direct beating or rape. But another definition is “any act or series of acts of commission or omission by a parent or other caregiver that results in harm, potential for harm, or threat of harm to a child.” This would be encouraging a child to enter into behaviors that can be detrimental or deadly, like knowingly allowing a youth to enter into homosexual relationships. Such is the case with a dad who discusses knowing his “homosexual” 9-year-old son’s “type” and encouraging him to go after what he wants. No matter the consequences, be it a virulent sexually transmitted diseases, rape, likely drug abuse, and ultimately Hell.
Leave it to the Huff Post to glorify the “gaying” of America’s children and publishing their parent’s stories of child abuse by omission and commission.
My eldest son’s teacher met me as I walked up, all atwitter with excitement. “We had some high-school seniors come in today to do some tutoring, and your son just really clicked with one of the boys,” she told me. “He just talked and talked to him, and they got along so well.” She knows just how painfully shy my son can be around new people and was just as happy as I was that he could find someone to interact with in a way other than hiding behind someone taller than he and sneaking glances around their torso.
“Let me guess,” I said. “Is this boy slim, dark-haired and very pretty?” Most people can’t talk to people they find attractive, but my shy, shy boy is the exact opposite.
I know what my 9-year-old son’s “type” of guy is. This is not something I expected to have knowledge of, not when my son was 9, and perhaps not ever. But that knowledge is in my brain anyway, and now I have to deal with it. And as much as it weirds me out, it is so cute to see him when the right kind of boy walks into his life.
This “father” finds it “cute” when his NINE year old son, who is seven years away from being able to drive, runs into his “type.”Who is guarding these children, teaching them, and directing them? No one is minding this child, he’s completely neglected. When a 9-year-old is consumed by lust, something is seriously amiss. This is depravity and debauchery on crack, a mirror image of America the reprobate.
And please stop your internal monologue: This has nothing to do with sex. My son is gay, but he is also 9, so he is not the “lustful cockmonster” (thank you for that turn of phrase, Chris Kluwe) that so many homophobes try to paint all gay people as. My son wants to play video games with these boys. Throw a football with them. Maybe hold their hand as they walk back from the park after throwing that football.
And it was. Here was my boy acting on his feelings, giving a gift to another boy he thought was attractive. But as much as I thought it was adorable, I also dread moments like these, because as the father of a gay child, the only thing that really worries me is other people’s potential reactions to him: Will he say or do the wrong thing to the wrong person?
This is everything to do with sex and a prepubescent boy, whose parents encourage him to act on any homosexual impulses, no matter how dangerous and destructive they may be. People cannot just act on their feelings. Acting on “feelings” is how someone dies, how a young boy is sent to his physical and spiritual death at the hands of his “loving” parents. This is not love, it’s child abuse.
For my son, unlike how it’s been for so many who have come before him, being gay is not something to deal with but something that is, like his being tall or having giant feet. Not only does he have no control over it, but he doesn’t even think about needing control over it. He doesn’t think of his “gay issues”; he just knows what he likes, and now he is acting on it.
There is no turning back the clock. America is the land of the godless, a country where this “dad” is glorified for “loving” his son. In actuality, he’s killing him and giving him over to Satan, the great deceiver. This life is temporal and eternity is forever. The flames of Hell are real, but people laugh. Love is love right?
There is a way that appears to be right, but in the end it leads to death. (Proverbs 14:12)