"Mr. G. — Fred Goldhaber, the first and, for four years, the only teacher at the Harvey Milk School in Manhattan, the first school in the country with a mission to provide a haven for gay and lesbian students, died of liver cancer on Monday at his home in Jersey City. He was 63."
(Read his obituary in today's Times).
Don't get me wrong COTTers, I have nothing against gay people - some of my best friends are... blah blah blah, the usual platitudes. But that is actually true.
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What is upsetting to us Times haters here at COTT is the way America's newspaper of record goes to such painful extremes to introduce into the mainstream and de-vilify a lifestyle that is based on unnatural acts that in a civilized society would not be discussed in public, never mind idolized. We really don't care what your preferred object of penetration is here at COTT, but what does kind of piss us off is when insane cultural marxist wordsmiths who are a lot smarter than their target audience use insidious propaganda cloaked Trojan Horse-style in mainstream virtue to produce an entire generation of youngsters who aspire to be the next Harvey Milk.
In the Times' playbook, being gay is an heroic achievement worthy of non-stop adulation, a glorious expression of revolt against the outdated, immoral strictures of Western Society. Anything the Times can do to bring down the West, all the while propping up the Turd World and other superior life forms, they will do from the high throne of their elevated moral position, from which they gaze down with a sneer upon us inferior, outdated cultural troglodytes.
That the Times would publish the obituary of a thoroughly insignificant figure in today's pages comes as no surprise to us here at COTT, and it should not surprise our esteemed COTTers either. The fact that the dead person in question was an AIDs-ridden pedophile who worked as a teacher would in a sane world have been grounds for law enforcement to be summoned, but in the twisted universe of the New York Times it was an indicator of his newsworthiness.