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Peterson Thinks Marriage ‘Partnerships’ are Gay

The deranged bigot Jesse Lee Peterson had Dr. Albert Gibbs, a clinical psychologist, on a panel to discuss men and fatherhood recently. He asked Gibbs if the man should be the head of the wife and he said no, they should be partners. Peterson then said that the word “partner” is gay and any man who is not the “head of the wife” is “weak.”

Given that Peterson is a raging misogynist who thinks women shouldn’t have the right to vote, this is hardly surprising.

Comments

  1. says

    Hmm. My wife and I have had an egalitarian partnership for 28 years. I find a partnership with my best friend and equal far more satisfying than being domineering and controlling.

  2. Hercules Grytpype-Thynne says

    Video has no discernible audio except for the RWW musical tag at the end.

  3. eric says

    Well, now the whole ‘liberal policy will make people gay” fear makes sense. They’re including liberal heterosexuals in the category ‘gay.’

  4. iknklast says

    So many people are worried about the future of marriage, but marriages that are true partnerships might be the way to save marriage – treat both as having an equal say, they both have equal duties, etc. Oh, wait, it’s “traditional” marriage they’re worried about. Anything else is “gay”,.

  5. dugglebogey says

    I guess it was totally obvious that when these people started deciding that gay marriages weren’t legitimate, they would also start deciding which heterosexual marriages were acceptable and those that aren’t.

    Mine for example. Since I never had children and acceptable marriage is only for procreation, then my marriage is illegitimate, even though my wife and I are of opposite genders.

  6. skinnercitycyclist says

    The idea of “partner” being a “gay” word. Associated with this, the thin complaint you sometimes here from the simpler among the species that “the gays stole a perfectly good word: ‘gay.'” As though language worked like that, as though a simple internet search cannot reveal the actual etymology of this sense of the word.

  7. peterh says

    There’re just soooo many folks out there who refuse to dance to my personal tune! Dang!

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