Obama, Academia Celebrate Latest Perversions
While President Obama thinks women who dress as men are entitled to Civil Rights Act protections, the University of Maryland recently hosted a " Queer Beyond Repair" conference that included a keynote speech on the future of the sexual device known as the dildo.
Lesbian prof. Stockton, a Queer Beyond Repair speaker, promoting ‘queer child’
Titles of other topics or panels at the University of Maryland event included:
- "How a Girl Becomes a Ship"
- "Black Queerness and Trans Bodies"
- "Traveling to 'Dark Places': Race, Touch and Sadomasochism"
Roach's panel, "Sex, Data and the Law" and his presentation in particular, "SCOTUS Interruptus: Raiding Rentboy.com in the Wake of Obergefell v. Hodges," were wake-up calls regarding the current LGBTQ agenda.
New goal: legalize homosexual prostitution
Celebrating transgenderism is only one part of the sexual madness the Obama Administration is promoting for the nation. The next great cause, now popular in academia, is legalizing prostitution.
The author of Friendship as a Way of Life: Foucault, AIDS and the Politics of Shared Estrangement, Roach based much of his presentation on the work of Michel Foucault (1926–1984), a French philosopher who died of AIDS and was accused of deliberately infecting his partners with the deadly disease.
Homosexual male prostitutes of Rentboy want to legalized their ‘sex work’
Those bathhouses were notorious incubators of AIDS.
Roach's presentation ventured the opinion that the Supreme Court's Obergefell decision was a last ditch effort by the capitalist power structure and the State to keep homosexuals under control by extending the institution of marriage to them.
An event later the same year as the court's gay marriage decision – a federal raid on the Rentboy prostitution website – also figured prominently in the Roach presentation. His PowerPoint described it as the "policing of extramarital, potentially unassimilable intimacies."
Most interestingly, Roach said, the New York Times had condemned the federal raid on Rentboy. Indeed, the paper, in an editorial, commented that "the criminal complaint is so saturated with sexually explicit details, it's hard not to interpret it as an indictment of gay men as being sexually promiscuous."
The Times had argued that Rentboy was simply "a company that provided sex workers with a safer alternative to street walking or relying on pimps. The defendants have not been accused of exploiting sex workers, featuring minors on the website, financial crimes or other serious offenses that would warrant a federal prosecution."
Hence, prostitution is now just "sex work."
The Times noted – and prof. Roach also mentioned – that Amnesty International (AI) had announced that it would be pushing for the decriminalization of "consensual sex work" worldwide. Last August, AI announced that it had passed a resolution "to protect the human rights of sex workers."
Obama was following the Rent Boy gay prostitute site on Twitter
Looking at the evidence for this campaign back in 2006, we commented that the purpose was "to transform American society into one in which the use of dangerous drugs and the practice of prostitution are accepted and protected by the government."
Laying the groundwork for a revolution
The Roach presentation at the "Queer Beyond Repair" University of Maryland symposium may seem extreme to some people. But the state-funded University of Maryland described its symposium as laying the groundwork for a total and complete revolution, away from "imperial rule and anti-blackness" to exploring "the psychic and material structures of liberal politics itself."
It goes on: "This queerness insists on forms of reinvention, if not defiance, in excess of the states of decay we have inherited or the symptoms of disrepair we have learned to uncover. It asks us to be estranged from the present as is, even as we acknowledge the limit conditions set by our fear of or incuriosity about what might lie beyond life as we know it."
Queer Beyond Repair lectures series has widespread support in academia
- College of Arts and Humanities
- The Graduate School
- Office of Diversity & Inclusion
- Office of Undergraduate Studies
- School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures
- Center for Literary and Comparative Studies
- Nathan and Jeanette Miller Center for Historical Studies
- Department of Anthropology
- Department of Communication
- Department of English
- Department of History
- Department of Sociology
- Department of Women's Studies
- The LGBT Equity Center
It appears this kind of thinking is already very common in the Obama administration, starting at the top, with Obama himself. His childhood mentor, Frank Marshall Davis, was a notorious pornographer and pervert who seemed to function as the future President's sex teacher.
No wonder reports indicate that Obama is now preparing to designate a gay bar once controlled by the Mafia as a national landmark.
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the first-ever National Park Service monument to LGBT rights in June
This article was first published in Renew America on May 11, 2016