Bottom line for me in all of this is that I think
some people just like to LABEL others. Isn't that
pretty much what this discussion has been about?

Seems to me that a couple of people were bored
because there weren't any arguments going on, and
so the moment an excuse for one appeared, they
leaped on it, spewed out a label or two, and
then they were happy again, because the next
morning we've got four whole screenloads of
invective and argument on FFL.

I can't wait to hear, when I get back from this
weekend's vacation, how they label me for suggest-
ing this.  :-)

--- In, TurquoiseB <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> --- In, "feste37" <feste37@> wrote:
> >
> > I can't believe I have Shemp defending me against Judy!  But 
> > I have, so keep up the good work, Shemp! I agree with many 
> > of your points. You are right that to think a particular 
> > homosexual practice disgusting does not of itself 
> > constitute homophobia. I do know homosexuals, and I like 
> > them. But if I find myself thinking about what they do, 
> > I find it disgusting. Better to be honest about one's 
> > feelings and reactions than pretend to something else. 
> I've got a couple of gay friends in Chicago who
> feel the same way about hetero sex. The mental
> image of women naked and the details of womens' 
> bodies make these guys nauseated, and the thought 
> of men having to have sex with one of these 
> creatures makes them physically ill.
> So I wonder if Judy would be as quick to label
> them "heterophobes" as she is to label others
> "homophobes."

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