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Even LGBT activists admit that ad promoting gay sex makes no sense

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August 9, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — The LGBT world is not happy about the world’s reaction to KLM Royal Dutch Airlines’ rainbow-colored seat belt Twitter ad.

Gay news sites have posted articles with titles such as “People are mocking this airline for its 'rainbow seat belt' Pride advert” and “An Airline Posted A Pro-LGBTQ Message ... And Hecklers Stormed It.”  

What is being described as “mocking,” “heckling,” and “homophobic” are simple statements of truth revealing how the ad actually promotes natural law and complementarity while simultaneously drawing a lot of attention to the deficient nature of same-sex sexual relationships.

Despite the fact that the Twitter responses to the ad are good-natured, humorous and done in good taste, GayStarNews asserts that calling attention to the “the logic of the advert” is essentially “an excuse to voice homophobic opinions.”

Here are the tweets they cite:  

Instinct Magazine’s commentator accidentally makes a startling admission: “I mean, I totally get the tweet where someone’s just straight out like, ‘Only one of those buckles [actually works].’ You’ve got to see the humor in that. It’s true ...”

“It’s true,” refers to the complementarity of men and women. Yet the author is unable to bring the statement to its logical conclusion: “That said, it is also concerning seeing some people talk about “make-believe marriages” and how gay marriage won’t last.

If complementarity relationships are the only ones that work, how can anything other than conjugal marriage be anything but metaphoric, “make-believe marriages?”

Here are the tweets they cite:

In the end, natural law always triumphs.  

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Doug Mainwaring

Doug Mainwaring is a journalist for LifeSiteNews, an author, and a marriage, family and children's rights activist.  He has testified before the United States Congress and state legislative bodies, originated and co-authored amicus briefs for the United States Supreme Court, and has been a guest on numerous TV and radio programs.  Doug and his family live in the Washington, DC suburbs.

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