Sexual psychopaths in DC dodge the capitols’ pervert squad, after a long pursuit of LGBT freedom. Federal racism dates back to a brutal bigot named Lawrence King in the year 1946, when he murdered a traveling handicapped homosexual man. Government officials have gone to the extent to write the Miller Act defining rules of being gay and the basis for discrimination and termination, based on a sodomy law for sexual psychopaths of DC. After over a half century of LGBT and civil rights movements, the Miller Act of DC was finally abolished in 1995. America can, therefore, once again can be called “land of the free”.
The United States of America seems a strong title for a country which has fought the war of slavery and racism within the lines of its own border since 1776. A new land founded upon a Declaration of Independence was signed on the fourth of July, which enabled each American citizen multiple rights constituting: life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. A written document that states, “all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights… that whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it the right of the people to alter or abolish it…” meaning that even gays, as human beings have political rights. The Miller Act was abolished because calling gay people sexual psychopaths was not just.
The LGBT profiled sexual psychopaths dogged DC and the capitol representatives after they hired the pervert squad, creating a sense of disgust and animosity while hoping to target and eliminate all homosexuals in the federal workplace. This undercover task force, joined with the United States Park Police, would go primarily around the metro DC area to document notes of any suspected gay activity. The featured documentary called, Uniquely Nasty gives an in-depth report of cruelty and judgement within the White House, telling tall tales of a discriminatory past.
A remembered professor and heroine of law, named Archibald Cox, described homosexuality as a mental disorder in 1963. He created a report that is most commonly known as, the Cox Breif or Cox Memo. For protection and safety of federal employees, Cox decided it was not moral to have a homosexual air traffic controller employed for the federal government. He thought that a homosexual might affect the people around him, almost describing gays as a disease or infection.
A publication group emerged in 1968 called The Mettachine, printing and producing the first content that talked about the LGBT controversy and federal warfare against them; thus, it gave the rainbow-flagged community a voice for the first time. In 1951, a man by the name of J. Edgar Hoover used the term “sex deviant” for describing homosexuality within a memo he wrote. This caused men like Frank Kameny to stand up for his certain and unalienable rights, being America’s first gay activist. He took a stand against all people describing homosexuals as sexual psychopaths.
With the help of George Bush Jr., these sexual psychopaths in DC were able to dodge the pervert squad yet again. While still a congressman, Bush Jr. created the “Austin 12”, a group of gay Republicans that worked for the federal government. He was brought to tears, and softened with a sincere heart of compassion after talking to each man and woman in the gay activist group “Austin 12”, turning the page of hate. This served for reminding the United States of America why each year the country sparks fireworks on the fourth of July, for Independence Day. Remembering to cling to what is true, that all men and woman are created equal under one creator with certain rights, must not be labeled as sexual psychopaths anymore.
Opinion By Samantha Estock
Edited by Chanel van der Woodsen
Yahoo News – Uniquely Nasty
Yahoo News – That Time the Watergate Prosecutor Argued a Case For a Job Discrimination Against Gays
Timeline of DC LGBT History – Rainbow History Project
Archibald Cox – Legal Hero
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