LONDON, September 10, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A British homosexual journalist admits that his documentary on the London gay scene is likely to “burn every bridge in the gay world I’ve got.”
Simon Fanshawe is a writer and broadcaster who created the documentary “The Trouble With Gay Men” after becoming increasingly alarmed at the shallowness and destructiveness of the “gay lifestyle.” The film, made for BBC 3 television, questions the emotional and psychological immaturity, narcissism, nihilism and self-destructive tendencies of many in the homosexual community. Fanshawe says he wants homosexual men to “grow up” and get beyond their state of “extended adolescence.”
Fanshawe, who was involved in the early homosexualist political movement, says, “We’ve fought discrimination and prejudice, only to wreck ourselves with drugs and wild sex.”
In his documentary Fanshawe admits that the homosexualist movement has in the main achieved its political goals of equalising homosexuality with natural sexual relations, in abolishing laws against sodomy and creating legal equivalency with marriage and adoption. Given these achievements, Fanshawe asks, “Why do we seem hell bent on behaving like eternal teenagers?”…
How many more thousands of men have to die before everyone gets a reality check on the lifestyle?