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Wednesday, 22 April 2009

Gay marriage = gun crime

It’s loony time again. Go on, have a laugh, and read this.

This story in Pink News says this chap Robert Peters, president an anti-porn group called Morality in Media, has worked out that the rise in the success of the so-called sexual revolution is inversely proportional to a decrease in morality.

His thesis? More gay marriage = more gun crime.

He’s in the United States, so you can make some allowances, because the Christian Right there is so – well, on the Right.

Predictably, he links the decline in morality with that of “the faith that so often undergirds it”.

So let’s see if we have this right. Faith down = morality down = sexual revolution up = gay marriage up = gun crime up.

Simple, really. Why didn’t I think of that before?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well, his thesis is bollocks, because violent crime has gone down since the mass gay wedding on the Mall in Washington, DC in 1993. In fact, I'm willing to bet it's down since Stonewall (1969), the beginning of the Gay Liberation Movement.

I propose an alternative theory: more gay sex (to defuse tension), less violence. And my theory matches the data. Sweet!