Does Everything Have to be About Sex?

Does Everything Have to be About Sex?

LugeAnn Bailey

I don’t blame the Olympic luge teams for being frustrated – and disgusted.   You dedicate your life to a sport and pay the incomprehensible price that must be paid to get to the Olympics and then you’re used as a pawn of the gay lobby.

According to the New York Times:

The Canadian Institute of Diversity and Inclusion recently released a promotional video that shows doubles luge, a sport in which one rider lies on top of the other as they sled down the track. At the end of the video is the tagline: “The Games have always been a little gay. Let’s fight to keep it that way.”

U.S. Olympian Christian Niccum was none too happy about the sexual inference:

“They’re making fun of our sport for their cause and it doesn’t really make a lot of sense to me,” If I were to go hug my dad and someone took a picture and showed it in really slow motion, they could use it in a video like that and that’s just ridiculous. It’s my dad. Can’t we show affection to each other without it being some sort of sexual contact? This is sports. It’s the same thing. Why does it have to be like that?”

Totally agree with you Mr. Niccum:  “Why does it have to be like that?”

In addition, the gay lobby, supported by the “tolerance and diversity” crowd, couldn’t resist the temptation to turn Russia’s desire to protect their children from homosexual propaganda into an international incident.  The Olympics are intended to be about the world’s best athletes at the top of their game and not about sexual politics.

But for some people there’s obviously another agenda; so I think it’s fair to ask the gay lobby:

Does everything with you folks have to be about sex?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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