It is no surprise that militant homosexual activists are openly hostile toward Americans with traditional values. While they insist society accept – and even endorse – their lifestyle, the same courtesy is not afforded toward those with whom they disagree.
Generally, the disdain emanating from this community is limited to verbal abuse; however, heterosexuals have been targeted by bullies determined to inflict physical, emotional, or economic pain. Though the incredibly rare cases of discrimination against gay people are reported ad nauseam by the mainstream press, instances in which the roles are reversed are often ignored completely.
One such case involved a private school gym teacher in New York. A married father of three, Gregory Kenney had taught at the affluent Trinity School for 16 years. When a new athletic director joined the staff in 2009, however, Kenney said his formerly enjoyable job became much more difficult.
Lesbian Pat Krieger reportedly singled him out for his “gender, sexual orientation, ‘traditional family status,’ and age,” according to a recently filed discrimination suit.
Kenney claims he was given an unbearable work load while other instructors – especially young, single females – received a pass. When he complained, the suit alleges Krieger responded: “We all make choices.”
Attorney Steven Morelli explained that the coach “felt ostracized because of his family,” noting his termination last year was not based on any shortcomings in his job performance.
“He had been doing this for so many years and he certainly did the job well or they would have gotten rid of him a long time ago,” Morelli added.
The suit alleges that Krieger urged Kenney to stay away from social gatherings because of his heterosexuality, noting that his replacement at the school was also a lesbian.
A year-and-a-half later, Krieger is still looking for a replacement job.
There is no question that homosexuals have faced discrimination in this nation’s past – as have members of virtually all social groups. In recent years, however, this community has received preferential treatment while anyone critical of their sexual choices is mercilessly lambasted.
As is too often the case in our politically correct society, those supposedly being protected from discrimination in fact only succeed in becoming bullies themselves.
–B. Christopher Agee
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