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In case you were wondering, no there is nothing sacred. Not with the radical homosexual lobby. Iconic singer Whitney Houston had barely been pronounced dead before the gay lobby was already trying to hijack her legacy to advance their political agenda. Peter Tatchell, extremist homosexual activist, immediately announced that he thought Whitney was happiest in her life when she loved another woman, intimating that her decision to walk away from a homosexual relationship is what ultimately resulted in her death.
When he took in some criticism (not from the mainstream media, of course, to whom radical homosexualists can get away with saying and doing some of the most revolting, disgusting and deadly things imaginable without being called on it - because in the world of media, gays must be portrayed always as the victims, never the oppressors), Tatchell wrote his full "outing" of a deceased Whitney in the Daily Mail:
I have, in the past, declined to name Whitney's female partner. But most of the media have since named her as Robyn Crawford.
When I met them, it was obvious they were madly in love. Their intimacy and affection was so sweet and romantic. They held hands in the back of the car like teenage sweethearts. Clearly more than just friends, they were a gorgeous couple and so happy together. To see their love was infectious and uplifting.
Whitney was happiest and at the peak of her career when she was with Robyn. Sadly, she suffered family and church pressure to end her greatest love of all.
She was fearful of the effects that lesbian rumours might have on her family, reputation and career. Eventually she succumbed. The result? A surprise marriage to Bobby Brown.
The marriage was a disaster. Bad boy Bobby was never her true soul mate. Giving up Robyn - they'd been inseparable for years - must have been emotionally traumatic. Whitney's life started going downhill soon afterwards. Previously wholesome and clean-living, she went on drink-and-drug binges - evidence of a troubled personal life and much unhappiness.
It seems likely that the split with Robyn contributed to her substance abuse and decline. There is a known correlation between denial of one's sexuality and a propensity to self-destructive behaviour. Homophobia undoubtedly added to the pressures on Whitney and hastened her demise.
Got that? It was the lack of full acceptance of the gay agenda (including free coverage of sex change operations under universal health care, full access to the Boy Scouts of America to practicing homosexuality, the affirmation and state sanction of homosexual marriage, etc.) that caused Whitney's life to go off the tracks.
It was the bigotry of her church and of her family that prevented her from finding fulfillment in a homosexual relationship.
Let me ask a question. Suppose I, or someone much more influential than I am, would have written a piece or made a public statement in the hours immediately following Whitney's death that said something to the effect of, "It's because we are abandoning Biblical morality and embracing things like homosexuality that caused Whitney Houston to fall into a life of self-destructive behavior." Or worse, what if I were to suggest that yes, Whitney struggled with homosexuality, but since thanks to the homosexual activists' guerilla tactics, anyone who tries to offer hope and redemption from unwanted same-sex attraction is regarded as a bigot, no one was there to help Houston. As a result, she fell into a life of misery. What kind of reaction would that have received?
I can write the reactions for you: "How outrageous to bring up something unrelated like that?!" "How appalling that anyone could try to inject their own right wing agenda into a tragedy like this!" And you know that's what would have happened.
Yet, this outrageous "outing" of Whitney is given a pass. People just shrug and say, "Yeah, that might have been it. I mean, they were close friends." It's incredible.
I've often stated the homosexual lobby is not a passive movement. They are overly aggressive and seek a fundamental transformation of society's basic conventions, traditions and values. If making speculative suggestions about a dead star's sexuality before her body is even cold isn't proof of that reality, nothing ever will be.