You people think I’m joking when I describe the Western attempts to overthrow the Chinese government as an “anal revolution.”
I’m not joking.
Man-on-man anal sex is the defining characteristic of the revolution that Mike Pompeo and the Jewish media are attempting to incite within China.
Amy Yang always wanted to travel outside of China, but she didn’t expect her life to change as much as it did.
Having now completed her studies, the 27-year-old owns her own accessory business and says her current life, living with her girlfriend in Melbourne’s CBD, is beyond her wildest dreams.
“When I was in China I didn’t really realise my sexuality,” she said.
“I didn’t know there was any possibility for me to live a different life, to be able to live with another woman.”
Homosexuality was officially declassified as a mental disorder in China in 2001 and is no longer considered illegal, but there remain significant obstacles for China’s LGBT community.
Last month, organisers of China’s largest LGBT festival, Shanghai Pride, said they would cancel the annual event indefinitely.
In a blog post on their website, the organisers gave no explanation for their decision, stating: “We love our community, and we are grateful for the experiences we’ve shared together. No matter what, we will always be proud — and you should be, too.”
One of the main organisers, Charlene Liu, said in a statement posted on Facebook that “the decision was difficult to make but we have to protect the safety of all involved”, without elaborating.
Shanghai Pride declined the ABC’s request to comment on why it cancelled the event.
Coming from the north-western city of Xi’an, Ms Yang said it was expected of young people to marry and have a traditional family just like their parents, which made living her current lifestyle impossible in China.
“If we go back to China, we would need to pretend we’re friends,” she said.
“I may need to hide my sexuality and that would be difficult.”
Why would it be difficult?
How many other people with sexual fetishes have trouble not going around telling others about them?
If a foot fetishist doesn’t go out and tell the world how much he loves sucking on toes, does he say that he is “hiding his sexuality”? Or does he just think, “there’s not really any reason any other person needs to know about this, unless I’m asking to suck on their toes”?
Homosexuality is weird and sick beyond belief. However, it is so very much weirder and sicker that homosexuals are obsessed with informing everyone about the acts that they engage in.
Even if you have no moral problem with it, why would you think it is something that should be celebrated?
Why is the comparison of a foot fetishist parade not valid?