I have spent a number of decades observing not merely what homosexuality does to individuals who practice it, but also to institutions and fields of human interest.
No one can watch a Tony's Broadway award ( or Oscars) show, for example, and not catch numerous references to gay culture and influence in theater and musicals.
It didn't used to be like that. Yes, of course, you had male performers, dancers and choruses, set designers, costume designers who were queer, but, in general, it was a straight and masculine profession as was Hollywood overall.
In time, though, homosexuality was not merely a portion of the business, but that it became dominant.
The same happened as mentioned to Hollywood, and to publishing, literary criticism, mass media, magazines, journalism, and networks, art, grant foundations, academia, psychiatry, psychology, music, and literature.
It's not that over half of the people who obtained prominence and influence in these fields were queer, but that the numbers became substantial enough to change the fields and their perspectives and outlooks entirely. And like all "in" groups, it shamelessly promotes its own; and given the shameless and highly promiscuous nature of ambitious, young male homosexuals, the easy transactions traded for favors and career help are rampant. (For example, the punchline to many obvious jokes is that it isn't Jews who are so dominant and influential in Hollywood, but Jewish queers. Those are the guys you should suck up to - literally.)
Of course, through many civilizations we've seen that male homosexuals have a certain advantage when it comes to the Arts. The best have not only intelligence, cleverness, wit, and skill in craft, but are able to bring an aspect of femininity that adds wholeness and greater feeling to their art. That is, it helps to be especially sensitive in many ways to life and people.
That's one reason queers are so eager to claim Shakespeare. The guy is so insightful, rounded, sensitive, and aware to all human feeling that he has to be gay!
They want to make Jesus queer, too.
But neither was. Nor was Tolstoy or Dickens or Kipling or Dante or Homer (as far as we can guess). Nor was Bach, Beethoven or Mozart.
But just as bad money drives out good money, homosexuals drive out straight males from various professions. The fact is, most normal men don't really want to work with or work for queers anymore than they want to be subordinate to women.
Men will do so out of necessity (I have), and I've known a number of homosexual men I thought well of and respected in their work, and would have happily worked with, but in general? No, I prefer working with men like myself.
But let's list a few things that homosexuality has or is poisoning:
- childhood (by acquiring children)
- the armed forces
- music (serious music)
- women's sports
- social science