There are such homosexuals called lesbians."Homophobe" is a junk insult word that is grossly and inaccurately used. However, I suppose moderators also allow calling other members here "homophobes", while calling a member a "sexist" is violating the rules. Overall, that grotesque variation is only an example of my objections to "gay rights."
My view is rather simple to understand.
Women have had the right to vote, right to own property and right to equal pay (legally but not actually in some states) for over 5 decades less than black men. Women are paid less then men. Men dominate every aspect of governmental and economic institutions.
Women have been 100% excluded from the executive branch of government for 200+ years and as we again saw in this election if a woman does run the male dominated media and political leadership (this time the Democratic male leadership) engage in rabid sexist smears and personal attacks.
Gay men are less than 1% of the male adult population. Women are 50+% percent. Gay men have never been denied the right to vote, never denied the right to own property and have incomes higher than the national average.
Yet the media fixates, rages endless, for gay rights and it is the new "political correct agenda" of the left wing - the same left wing that smeared Hillary and absurdly and bitterly smeared and still smears Sarah.
I'm not gay. While there are lesbian women, constitutional, representative and economic equality for all women including lesbian women is far greater an cause than constitutional protection of selective sexuality preference. Who most sneers and spouts the most foul insults of women's equality issues are so-called liberals and Democrats - who at the same time whine for "gay rights."
It a sense it would be as if the gay rights movement declared they are not for equality for all gays, only blue eyed, blonde gays. Selective, trendy equality for a tiny niche group while ongoingly denying constitutional, institutional and social equality to over half our citizens is bizarre and sickening to me.
I find this all intensely offensive, grossly out of balance and outright exactly wrong priorities.
Why would I support some small fringe movement for equality on a narrow range issue of sexuality when overall general equality is denied over half the US population - of which I am one of?
My response to the gay rights movement is simple: "NO! You can't cut in front of women's equality - go stand at the end of the line behind 160,000,000 women!"