Don’t Dare Criticize Freakish BehaviorSunday, November 29, 2009
In addition to dragging a female dancer around by the ankles, pushing a male dancer’s head into his crotch and simulating oral sex, walking a pair of male hoofers around like dogs on a leash, and furiously thrusting his hips at every opportunity, Lambert took a moment mid-song to fervently make out with (an allegedly straight) male keyboard player. After the jaw-dropping performance, Lambert told CNN that the forceful smooch was “in the moment” and was not a planned part of his routine.
Notice that Newsweek writer Julia Baird calls the reaction to this “homophobia.” Give me an effing break.
Yet the queers want us to look at this and tolerate it in the name of “diversity.” And by “tolerate,” I do not mean leave them alone to live their own lives and conduct voluntary actions that do not encroach upon the freedoms of others. In the modern, politically correct era, tolerance means to accept, appreciate, take pride in, and defend the perverted behavior of depraved individuals such as the freakish Adam Lambert. Whether this swine is a queer or not a queer does not change the disgusting nature of his actions. Yet he uses his queerness – as do all of the activist homosexuals – to push the queer agenda and to push the buttons of people who would otherwise say “no thanks” to being included in viewing such acts of debauchery. As people know, I am no bible thumper, but let us concede that straight people typically don’t want to see queer men making out and simulating oral sex. But that makes us “intolerant” and malicious. Uh, right. In fact, most people probably don’t want to see the actions described above between heterosexuals, either. (Count me among them.) So therefore, we criticize such uncivilized behavior.
Following Lambert’s gross behavior, the liberal network, ABC, canceled his appearance on Good Morning America. Good for them for listening to the viewers.
Lambert said this in 2009: “My goal was not to piss people off; it was to promote freedom of expression and artistic freedom.” Uhhh…pushing someone’s face into your crotch or licking their tonsils on TV is “artistic expression?” Perhaps if he was to drop his pants and take a nasty old shit on the corner of a busy intersection, that might be artistic expression that we all should appreciate? Thanks Adam, but sometimes definitions do matter.