"Are we prepared to promote conditions in which the living contact with God can be reestablished? For our lives today have become godless to the point of complete vacuity. God is no longer with us in the conscious sense of the word. He is denied, ignored, excluded from every claim to have a part in our daily life." - Alfred Delp, S.J.

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Memo to parents: In the development of masculine identity it is important to be good in sports. (Dr. Richard Fitzgibbons)

Wrestling is especially good for the guys, said Coach Hastert.
Encourage boys to play sports and do boys stuff,
you know, just to make sure they do not turn out gay...
we want them big and strong manly men.


If you get your son into sports at an early age, he won't be a queer.


Today former House Speaker Dennis Hastert was sentenced to 15 months in prison for his attempt to bribe a victim by illegally withdrawing funds to pay him to keep silent.  The judge called him a 'serial child molester' - but the boys-to-young-men victims were not children ...  Hmmmmmmm.  How very queer.


Hastert couldn't be charged with sex abuse because the statute of limitations expired.

Don't say it is child sexual abuse - in this case it really is queer.  Boys in the 1950's and '60's used to be shown films in Health Class about homosexual predators who went after teenage boys - some gay guys do that - there used to be gay slang for it.  Hastert knew what he was doing.  Today, no one will admit to such categorizations and they insist upon calling it pedophilia.  It's not.  Hastert obviously liked teen boys and young men - and liked giving them oral sex.  It doesn't get much gayer than that.  Guys like him don't want a femme boy to have back door sex with - they want a masculine boy.

Get your terms straight - and tell your kids to watch out for their coach.


16 comments:

  1. Makes me think of one of my favorite lines from 30 Rock: "If you wanted to do something private with a man back then it wasn't gay, it was just two men celebrating each other's strength."

    I'm not accusing them of anything, but my middle school gym teacher and the high school baseball coach were two to keep your distance from.

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    1. Back in school I never would have thought about it - ever. Although kids talked about men who offered them rides as they walked home from school.

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    2. Wow ... my precious nephew J has been a wrestler since five years of of age. He is on a wrestling scholarship at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Not once in all of his wrestling years as anything this disgusting come up. Not in grade school, not in high school and not at university. We are very close and I know he would tell me.

      My brother has always been there for him as have others dads for their sons ... maybe that's it, huh? Parents being there to supervise so if there are any creeps on the coaching squad, well, with mom or dad around, no chance to make a play for their boys. Sad, sad, sad.

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    3. Unfortunately that isn't always true. These kids are groomed and know their attacker. This vile person gains the trust of everyone, including parents, and then ruins everyone's life. I know all about it.

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    4. I have to leave this thread now - it's very upsetting. However, I am very happy Terry brings up these topics to educate people.

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    5. It is upsetting - I know too well.

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  2. IMO the perversion of sex and the deep seated damage it does to innocents is the WORST crime of all.

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  3. Terry, your distinction between pedophilia and homosexual abuse of adolescents is very interesting. I guess it's not politically correct to view the two as separate. But now that I see your explanation, I think you're right.

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    1. I'm no expert, but the term is ephebophilia - and it's not considered pathological but rather a sexual preference. The term is generally ignored and any type of sex with minors is called pedophilia. Oddly enough, calling it pedophilia is the engine behind the push for lowering the age of consent.

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  4. However Terry, you imply that this is a gay thing. in my town alone we just recently had two teachers, one male, one female who were having it off with a student (at different schools) of the opposite sex. The guy's victim was high school but the woman's was junior high!!

    Guess what the world is not safe and its full of crazy people. You can't protect your kids from everything and you certainly can't keep em out of sports and watch their every move to protect them. You have to educate them on what is and is not appropriate..( I also think this goes back to people's fear of talking to their kids about sex...) and keep an open door with them...(i.e. allowing them to feel comfortable telling you their gym teacher is a fat lech!

    I remember in high school a guy who lived near the school, where we would run in gym class, would stand in his screen door and expose himself to us, boys and girls. We all thought it was funny and egged him on but now it would involved crisis counselors and therapy and parent meetings and headlines...

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    1. The guy in the screen door - I bet he would have liked to be a coach. LOL!

      I told you about One ball and his brother who hitchhiked for BJ's, didn't I?

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    2. Terry.. I freakin love you..lol!

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  5. ....now that I am around little children each day, I am more and more horrified about these things. They are so very precious, and deserve such protection, love.
    My little view: Power Over others seems to be very attractive to these abusers. it ties in with their view of their invincibility: arrogance: complete moral vacuity: total lack of empathy for their victims.
    I live in PA: the horror about Jerry Sandusky And Those Who Knew and Did Nothing !! Today we see Evil In Action on a daily basis, do we not.

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    1. Sandusky - I couldn't recall his name - thanks for mentioning him.

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