OK, a little off-topic post, but maybe not so much if anyone cares to stick with me.
I wasn’t going to say anything on the matter. Really, I wasn’t. However, I go onto google this morning to take care of some business, and what am I greated with?
Proud to Love! Celebrate Pride with YouTube
What an obnoxious, offensive bunch of bullshit. Doesn’t matter that many people are upset and do not agree with what has happened this week, google, AOL, Yahoo and others are going to keep right on pushing their homosexual agenda.
For the record, there is no pride in any man kissing another man, or screwing in some disease-ridden apartment in the East Village or San Francisco. And it certainly has nothing to do with love. Not to mention, how this depraved lifestyle is connected with the abuse of young children. But goggle, yahoo, and AOL will never talk about that part.
The purpose of Narrow-minded Productions is to celebrate beauty. And nothing could be more ugly than this agenda being forced upon people who want nothing to do with it. What happened earlier this week was tyranny on parade. Oh yes, it was.
So that brings me to my WWF retrospective. Anyone remember the feud between Rowdy Roddy Piper and Adrian Adonis from 1986? At the time Adonis was made into an over the top “bad guy” who dressed up in women’s clothes, with make-up and the whole effiminate persona. It was this fued with Adonis that brought Piper back to the WWF after being away for several months.
In October of 1986, there was a live Piper’s Pit, a talk show in the middle of the wrestling ring, at Madison Square Garden in New York. I remember that clearly like it was yesterday. I was twelve years old at the time, and a big wrestling fan. Piper was always such a great entertainer and performer.
His line from that epic Piper’s Pit in front of a packed house, still resonates today. He went on to exclaim, giving his reasons for his return to wrestling:
“I got tired every morning… Saturday, turning the TV on and watching some fag in a dress talk about how tough he was!”
The crowd erupted. This was Madison Square Garden, the heart of New York City. Piper went on to continue, referring to Adrian’s rival talk show, “So I broke his arm. You will not see the Flower Shop anymore.”
That is very much the attitude of Narrow-minded Productions. I am tired of seeing an agenda contrary to what I do here, shoved down people’s throats under the fiction of “love” or “pride”. You will not see gay men in my videos, not ever. And I won’t even pretend to act like such a life-style choice is normal or something to be celebrated. By the way, how does someone’s sexual preference suddenly count as a civil right?
Google, yahoo and AOL have their rainbow banner flying territory of the Internet. I will make use of my small corner and speak up, since no one else will.
To the United States Supreme Court, I say hell no. To Eleanor Kagan specifically, I say hell no, sir.
Narrow-minded Productions will stand for heterosexuality and the celebration of beautiful women. The world can change, but I will never stop doing what I do and for the reasons I believe in. For those who can appreciate that, count on it.