Who’s Corrupting Whom?

"Goodness 's got nuthin' to do with it!"

I have been corresponding online with a woman on Match.com. Though I don’t usually like to meet women this way, I do belong to the service and have used it on occasion. Anyway, this time the woman seemed very nice, and I began to be hopeful.

The main dangers of meeting a woman online are that (A) she will turn out to be a heterosexual, looking for a big adventure or (B) she will turn out to be a man.

Most of the lesbians I’ve met online have turned out to be very nice women. But those heterosexuals — of both sexes — are really something else.

In any case, a couple of days ago the bombshell came again. My latest correspondent is straight (or at least thinks she is), and engaged to a man. She just wants a little something with a woman on the side.

Usually, when this happens, I just say “thanks, but no thanks,” and I’m done with it. But given the number of self-righteous heterosexual fingers that have been shoved into my face lately, lecturing me on what a rotten and corruptive force I am, this time I had had enough.

I told her exactly what I thought of her, and though I won’t repeat it here (she deserves some privacy), suffice it to say that I won’t be hearing from her again.

Most of the really filthy-minded, filthy-moraled, “do-it-if-it-feels-good” hedonists I have ever known — especially when it comes to sex — have been heterosexuals. Or those who were trying to be.

I’m sure when I told this latest playgirl that I do not have casual sex, and that I do not help women cheat on their fiances, she was mystified. I’m a lesbian. What right do I have, trying to live a moral life?

They like to treat us like we’re trash and they’re treasure.  Maybe, at least some of the time, it’s actually the other way around.

One of these days, heterosexuals who really care about morality (as opposed to those who merely flap their jaws about it) will actually listen to gay conservatives about the need for a single standard of morality for everybody. Perhaps they will wake up and realize it would do them as much good as it would do us.

But in a world gone mad on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and anti-same-sex commitment paranoia, I won’t hold my breath.


About heine911

I'm an Episcopalian, Classical Liberal Ladies' Woman, helping to save Western civilization, searching for the perfect wife and enjoying every minute of it all.
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3 Responses to Who’s Corrupting Whom?

  1. vinnie124 says:

    Keep fighting the good fight, keep speaking, keep fighting.

  2. Lori Heine says:

    Thanks Vinnie. Or would you prefer to be called Vince?

    I appreciate your readership and your support.

  3. vinnie124 says:

    Vinnie or Vince or Vincent all work.


    Thank you. You are special and need to be heard. I hope you are as vocal out there in the world as you are on your blog and in comments sections elsewhere. Christians need to learn that they don’t own morality. So many people are convinced that morality can only come from the Bible, that if there is no standard to base morality on for everyone to aspire to, then, some believe, individually-defined morality leads to an immoral world (because everyone has their own rules about what is moral). This is complete bull-shit.

    There are innate human laws in which mentally healthy (and even some of the crazier ones) people know. We know that it is wrong to kill arbitrarily, for money, for religion, etc. We know that it is wrong for parental figures to molest or beat their child who trust and looks up to them for their value system (and morals). We know that drugs like heroine are just plain bat-shit crazy wrong. We know that is wrong to screw people who are below us economically out of money that we haven’t earned and don’t deserve. To believe that there are these basic human laws that are true, good and sacred are not evident and cannot be supported or trusted without Judeo-Christian (or other religious) values, I find repulsive, ignorant and arrogant and, actually, anti-human-race.

    But, right-wing Evangelicals and other religious zealots don’t understand that there are basic human principles we know to be true. That we don’t need to derive ALL of our morality from a book that was written thousands of years ago.

    They are also ignorant and stupid enough to believe that morality cannot be fluid, because that would lead to a slippery slope down to baseness. For example, when gay marriage becomes the law of the land, then sanctioned pedophilia is next. What they forget is that once upon a time, it was sacrilegious to eat shellfish, cheat on your spouse, get a divorce. But, in hindsight, these rules appear petty, frivolous and are easily tossed aside, because we have no sense of the past and what is acceptable now, once wasn’t. They disregard the fluidity of biblical morality over time for their own convenience and ignorance. They have no sense of history or placing concepts into context. They have an inability to put themselves in other people’s shoes and/or they are so oppressed themselves, they can’t accept all of the human parts of them that are real and true.

    And, lastly, those who judge the sinner generally commit the larger sins. Their hypocrisy nullifies the value of their argument. Nobody own morality. Morality is a mutual understanding, where there is no point system. We act morally because we choose to, regardless of what others think.

    *gets off soap-box*

    Thank you for listening. Now, go out there and give ’em Hell, Lori!

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