Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Obama Nominee: Homosexual Sex Morally Good & Wonderful

"Gay" sex is morally good and is as "wonderful" as heterosexual relations, according to Chai Feldblum, President Obama's nominee to become commissioner for the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

UPDATE 12/29/10: Lame-duck Senate confirms Chai Feldblum to EEOC by unanimous consent

UPDATE 3/31/10: Obama places Chai Feldblum as EEOC commissioner via recess appointment

Refer to
Washington Post Sep 15th article first announcing this Obama lesbian selection

-- From "'Gay' sex morally good, says Obama pick" © 2009 WorldNetDaily 10/5/09

Feldblum is an outspoken homosexual rights activist and Georgetown law professor. She offered her sex remarks at a UCLA symposium on homosexuality available on YouTube.

Feldblum is not shy about her ideas for "revolutionizing" America's workplace and the country's social mores.

She is co-director of Workplace Flexibility 2010, which she described at the UCLA symposium as a homosexual rights group that aimed to change "the American workplace and revolutionize social mores."

"This is a war that needs to be fought, and it's not a war overseas where we are killing people in the name of liberating them. It is a war right here at home where we need to convince people that morality demands full equality for gay people," she said at the symposium.

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"Feldblum: What about 'nonsexual domestic partners'?" © 2009 WorldNetDaily 10/5/09

Chai Feldblum, Obama's nominee, explained: "There are numerous intimate social arrangements that exist today among individuals for purposes of support and connection which include no sex at all. I call these individuals 'nonsexual domestic partners' (NSDPs)."

"The same moral duty that requires the state to support marriage relationships and non-marital sexual relationships should be extended to support NSDPs," Feldblum wrote.

In her paper ["Gay is good: The moral case for marriage equality and more"], Feldblum expounded on her definition of "nonsexual domestic partners":
"A NSDP can be a daughter caring for a mother, two sisters living together, or four older women retiring together. What these relationships share is intimacy, but it is not the type of intimacy arrived at or maintained through sex."

She used herself as an example, revealing, "I am in a NSDP with three other women."

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