Monday, March 30, 2009

Unabashed Displays of Sexuality

The Concerned Women For America http://www.cwfa.org/ are "Concerned" again.

This time they are all upset about Starbucks "Same-Sex Kiss day.


“Show up at a Starbucks on Tax Day at 7:15 AM, 12:15 PM, 5:15 PM, or 8:15 PM ,
buy a cuppa joe, then share a kiss with your sweetie, or a friend, or even a
long-time crush! RAWR!”

While Starbucks is doing what it can for America’s nutrition with its new Vivanno drink, and at the same time working for the environment by introducing cups that reduce overall “greenhouse gas emissions,” it is unfortunately about to become a site for major cultural pollution.

“Same-Sex Kiss Day” is being held on April 15th, 2009, as a way for the homosexual community to spread its message of “equality” nationwide. Parents might want to take a pass on their lattes and keep their children from unabashed displays of sexuality in their local Starbucks on this day.


The whole article is here, but this is what gets me:

"Parents might want to take a pass on their lattes and keep their children from unabashed displays of sexuality in their local Starbucks on this day. "

Since when is a kiss an unabashed displays of sexuality ?

So THAT is why I am so immoral.

I grew up in home where my parents were constantly, right in front of me, showing unabashed displays of sexuality.

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6 comments:

jelly said...

The whole thing sounded fine, until the 'you might want to keep the kiddies home' comment.
I mean, really? lol

Gosh forbid, any children see two loving people sharing a kiss! Oh the horrors!

Thanks for sharing that...I like Starbucks, for the most part!

Anonymous said...

Mom and dad wasn't mom and mom. And ps: ever heard the phrase while making out in public..."get a room" ?

jelly said...

It's not a "make-out" session...it's a brief kiss...and ps. can't you read???

Oh, and in my home it's Mom and Mom and we wouldn't have it any other way!

Love is love is love is love my friend.

Sorry, John...I just couldn't help myself. lol

John Hosty-Grinnell said...

Jelly, feel free. I could have simply deleted the comment from Anonymous but I figured it would be better to talk to each other.

John said...

Anonymous said:

"Mom and dad wasn't mom and mom. "

If you think that makes a difference, then you just don't know how varied human sexuality is, and that is your loss.

jelly said...

The ignorance of people just makes me crazy!!

Like my hearing aids!!

Grrrrr.

:-)