So much Blogging Tory dumbassitude, so little time (emphasis added):
Another Inconvenient Truth
Homosexual activists and their supporters have expressed outrage that a doctor who has warned of the physical dangers associated with homosexual activity would be considered for the position of Surgeon General. Holsinger’s article has been condemned as a scientifically outdated piece of political ideology expressing a “very narrow view” of homosexuality, according to an ABC News report.
Really, Joanne? Is that why they're upset? Because he just warned of the "physical dangers"? I know -- let's read for ourselves, shall we? (Joanne-smackdown emphasis added)
A doctor tapped by President George Bush for the position of Surgeon General has been attacked by homosexual activist groups for saying homosexual activity is unnatural and unhealthy...
In the paper Holsinger stated that engaging in homosexuality was physically dangerous as well as unnatural behavior.
Isn't it amazing what you can learn if you take the time to follow the links and not take Joanne's word for anything?
TOTALLY GRATUITOUS AFTERSNARK: Don't say you haven't been warned:
Pointing out the naturally complimentary structure of male and female genitalia, Dr. Holsinger said homosexual sex goes against the natural function of the body and can result in serious injury.
“When the complementarity of the sexes is breached, injuries and diseases may occur,” Holsinger wrote. “From the perspective of pathology and path physiology, the varied sexual practices of homosexual men have resulted in a diverse and expanded concept of sexually transmitted disease and associated trauma.”
Why, yes, and if you can have that kind of "serious injury" and "trauma" with consenting adults, one can only imagine the kind of bad craziness you could get when, say, 13-year-old altar boys are involved. And yet, oddly, that article makes no mention whatsoever of the Catholic Church.
Huh. Go figure.
BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE: And unlike the vast majority of Blogging Tories, Red Tory brings something worth reading to the table.