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Dear Clark Hunt,

I could bet that during the 2017 NFL playoffs, you might had felt cheated when the Kansas City Chiefs lost 22 to 21 to the Tennessee Titans during the wild card game. The day after this particular game had several sports journalists in an uproar about how bad the officiating was as your team played the Titans. There were even some reporters that voiced their opinion that the Chiefs should have won this important game and advanced to the second round of the playoffs. As an NFL owner, I bet you watched this game and felt your team should have won. By now, I’m sure you must have figured out that the best team doesn’t always come out on top.

Have you noticed that not only do the LGBT community win a lot lately, but they have also been winning in an unfair way as well? What do I mean by unfair? As some of us have watched many homosexuals get beat up, bullied and some died because of their lifestyle choices over the years, the LGBT community used most of their past horrific experiences to drum up support for their cause. I’m not here to belittle the pain many within the LGBT community have experienced because of bullying. I strongly believe that any type of discrimination or persecution is absolutely wrong.

The Kansas City Chiefs seem to always disappoint their fan base in the playoffs. Even if our team loses, we want to feel like the game was at least fair.

With the goal of stopping people from presenting a reasonable argument against the homosexual lifestyle, the LGBT community started lobbying politicians to make laws that prohibit any person from expressing any type of negative opinion about homosexuality. In other words, the LGBT community is trying to unfairly shut up those opposing their lifestyle by continually claiming they are under harsh persecution.

As the LGBT community loses debate after debate about how their lifestyle is destroying other people’s lives, instead of changing their ways, they came up with the term “hate speech.” What makes hate speech considered as being hateful is not for the fact that it is said from a place of hatred. Most people in the LGBT community define hate speech as any speech that disagrees with LGBT lifestyle choices. Even the NFL must admit that hate speech laws are unfair to many Christians who believe homosexuality is a sin. Ultimately, the LGBT community wants to use hate speech laws to help strip the Church of their right to convince the next generation that biblical values should be the foundation of America.

What is the LGBT community’s new motto: If we can’t out debate people who disagree with us, we might as well try to make it illegal to enter into any type of debate.

Punishing people for “hate” speech is like the Chiefs starting a football game down by three touchdowns. When are we going to wake up and realize that the LGBT community is not fighting for more equal rights in a fair approach? I could halfway understand if the LGBT community has reasonable arguments that their lifestyle is good for our society. But they simply don’t have facts to back up any argument. If they still had any reasonable arguments, why would they continue in trying to make it illegal to debate the validity of their lifestyle?

After a while, we all get tired of watching the same pony doing the same trick. In the same way, the LGBT community knows sooner or later that people will get tired of hearing how bad the LGBT community is being treated in this country. Consequently, they must constantly try to lower the bar to what it means to be bullied because the LGBT community knows that they can’t continue to use their history of being marginalized to get people to feel sorry for them.

The gay rights movement was never a movement based on winning people over with solid arguments. Why? There is no way someone can successfully argue things like how someone who was born with the biological makeup of a man can suddenly become a woman. In most cases, our biological makeup either points to the fact that we are either male or female. Instead of dealing with facts, the LGBT community has taken this particular issue and others and coming up with some illogical arguments as well. For example, if we continue to make up genders, who is going to teach the next generation how to be and act like a man or woman?

We are getting to a place as a society where no one would be bold enough to ask questions like the one above without the fear of being punished by the law. Our nation is being more and more intimidated to accept homosexuality as many people are being labeled as bullies for promoting traditional family values.  Who are the real bullies in this case? In a span of about 20 years, the LGBT community went from being bullied to being the bully.

What is considered bullying has changed over the years. In a homosexual community’s mind, if a Christian reads Romans 1:26-28 in a crowd of people, this is a form of bullying.

Just like the Kansas City Chiefs will never win a Super Bowl if the rules are stacked up against your team, the Church won’t be able to accomplish their mission if our society successfully bans intelligent dialogue about morality. It is a huge shame that we are allowing the LGBT community to cheat their way to victory as they destroy our capability to reason together as a nation about certain vital issues. Hopefully, we’ll still get to debate about this and other realities in the coming years.

Kymo Dockett
Kymo Dockett
Once a huge football fan, Kymo Dockett launched an awareness campaign in the summer of 2016 designed to teach the NFL the importance of traditional family values when he found out that the NFL has been fighting against religious liberty bills. Kymo Dockett is passionate about helping people see that biblical values should be the moral foundation of America.