Opinion: Hardcore same-sex marriage supporters have an unacceptable agenda

AFTER the plebiscite votes are counted it will, of course, be too late to change your mind.

Too late to complain that you thought that all you were doing was saying yes to gay and lesbian couples being able to tie the knot and crack open the bubbly.

Too late to grumble that you didn’t really understand that making same-sex marriage legal would have other long-term consequences that you are far less happy about, such as legitimising the Safe Schools program across the nation.

Too late to complain that you had no idea that the hardcore LGBTIQ+ community, rather than being grateful for your generosity of spirit in voting yes, would in fact become more intimidating towards “heteronormative” Australians than they already are.

Too late to kick up a fuss when your kid comes home from school spouting about how he or she (sorry, “ze”) is trapped inside the “wrong body” and their teacher thinks they need hormone therapy to change to the opposite sex.

Too late to express your outrage when you rock up to the school to voice your parental concerns and are told that you have no legal right to object.

Too late to change your mind about the wisdom of allowing kids from kindergarten onwards to be exposed – for the entirety of their school lives – to the creepiness of Safe Schools gender fluidity theory designed to normalise homosexual and transgender experimentation.

In a gripping article entitled “What’s changed in Britain since same-sex marriage?” on the Spectator website, an Australian, David Sergeant, explores what has actually happened in the UK since 2013, when a supposedly “conservative” government simply went ahead and legalised same-sex marriage without a plebiscite. It is a hair-raising read, to put it mildly.

The unexpected changes have affected not only schools and children, but also foster families, politicians who hold religious beliefs, and thousands of jobs in all sorts of bizarre ways, as well as the right to free speech of everyday mums and dads.

What Sergeant describes isn’t some right-wing scaremongering about some distant Orwellian world. Far from it. It is simply a cold, hard look at what has already occurred in four short years in Britain as a direct result of legalising same-sex marriage.

Who’d have guessed that the 62,000 wonderful volunteers – elderly, many of them – who give up their weekends as guides for Britain’s National Trust are now “moved out of sight” if they refuse to wear same-sex rainbow badges? Who’d have thought that in the land of Shakespeare, universities threaten to mark students down for using “he” and “she” instead of the ludicrous gender-neutral pronoun “ze”? Who’d have predicted you wouldn’t be allowed to be a foster parent if you refuse to “celebrate” homosexuality?

This is all highly relevant because it exposes the lies and disinformation that have been rife in our own same-sex marriage debate.

For instance, many in the yes campaign are adamant that safe schools and marriage equality have absolutely nothing to do with each other. Indeed, how many times have we heard that this debate is “purely about whether two people can marry”.

Nothing could be further from the truth.

This debate, in my opinion, is all about political power. The empowerment of the hard green-left transgender activists and their anti-conservative, anti-religion, anti-heterosexual agenda.

Saying yes to their demand to legalise same-sex marriage will not be the end to their intimidation and relentless bullying. It has been shown in Britain and elsewhere to be just the beginning.

As I’ve said in these pages before, I feel sorry for loving homosexual couples who wish to express their commitment to each other via a piece of legislation.

But two facts are indisputable. Firstly, gay couples already have virtually all the same legal rights in Australia as heterosexual couples, thanks to our generous de facto marriage laws. As they should.

Secondly, the marriage equality agenda has been hijacked by the hard-left transgender political activists. Indeed, at a yes rally the other day, the most prominent rainbow banner stated: “Legalise it now: Safe Schools. marriage equality.” Don’t say we weren’t warned.

Meanwhile, Britain is now moving to introduce laws that make it possible for anyone to change gender at will.

Without spoiling Sergeant’s article for you, it is the ending that is truly the scariest part, as a friend of his warns him of the damage it could do to his career in the UK if he has written in a negative way about homosexual laws.

The Brits had no choice in accepting same-sex marriage and all that goes with it. We do.

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