posted on Apr, 13 2011 @ 05:53 AM
It's always hilarious to see an "open minded modern society" get all excited when something/someone goes "against the flow" of social norms.
Consider this Bible verse:
"A woman shall not wear anything that pertains to a man, nor shall a man put on a woman’s garment, for all who do so are an abomination to the
Lord your God." (Deuteronomy 22:5, NKJV throughout)
Or in other words it was considered a sin "back in the days" for a woman to wear pants... Yet, when was the last time you frowned upon a woman
wearing pants/trousers? Not recently, yes? And how would you react if I told you that some countries still had laws against women wearing pants? Like
Middle Eastern countries... You would even find such a law in Paris... And California did not make it legal for women to wear pants to the work place
until 1995... Your reaction would be "get with the times!", not true?
I'm sure if ATS existed back when women first started wearing pants someone would start a thread about it - making claims about the lesbian agenda,
and how they want to "eradicate all men"...
And that's just one example. Think about ear-rings. Think about long hair. And how society's views on them changed of the past couple of millennia
throughout the different cultures...
What about a skirt? You would look twice when you saw a guy in a short blue skirt walking down the street. And your first thought would be "That guy
is so gay!"... Yes? And what would you do if you saw the same guy in a Scottish kilt... You'd look twice because it's not something you saw every
day... But the thought of him being gay wouldn't even enter your mind.
So... In a couple of years you may be seeing straight
guys wearing nail polish everywhere you go. Who knows...? Fashion trends do funny things.
I’m not too worried about it though. I’d be too old or too dead to care.
BUT one thing I'm sure off is that nail polish doesn't turn anyone gay. Wearing pink sunglasses doesn't make anyone gay... "Shockingly" enough,
not all gays are effeminate - if I could wager a guess I'd say that they are in the minority. Homosexual guys vary from the toughest lumberjacks to
cops to ballet dancers to computer geeks. Not just guys that wear pink nail polish.
So in conclusion I’d say that anyone that puts the "gay agenda!
" stamp on something as innocent as a mother spending time with her boy,
should ask themselves if they aren't perhaps the ones with the agenda
... just saying.