Who says "gays place love above sex"? That seems like an awfully broad stereotype.
There have been many times I have looked for sex when I was at a place in my life where I wasn't ready for a committed loving relationship. I can't imagine that sexual orientation has anything to do with this.
Sex is important. I would think that understanding this would be a part of being "better adjusted in a moral sense".
Gays place love above sex, while homophobes place sex above love.
That depends on what you mean by love. There are people that I love dearly with whom I have no intention of ever having sex. If you mean love of your family, or love of your pets, then love has nothing to do with sex.
If by love you mean a serious romantic relationship, then it depends on your life circumstances.
Sometimes people want sex without any long term romantic commitment. This has nothing to do with one's sexual orientation.
Maybe I'm mistaken but I read your question as indicating 'homophobes' are maladjusted and can't stop worrying/disapproving of what they think gay people are doing in the privacy of their own home...and that keeps the homophobes unbalanced////however the gay community doesn't hate non-homosexuals for their sexual orientation.
Quote:I've worked in industries that attract a higher percentage of gay people, and some were extremely sexually prolific, while a few were for long term relationships. Then there is the inbetween - one particular trio were all in long term relationships, and all sleeping with each other. That is not a criticism of their conduct - but said to point out that your opening statement has a glaring flaw.Gays place love above sex, while homophobes place sex above love.
It could be reworked to "many gays plays love above sex", and it would be accurate, but the broad brush you used achieves the same as racism etc - to paint all people of a particular group a certain way, rather than the truth of the matter - that some, many, or most of a certain group are a particular way.
The danger is that such simplified thinking then becomes a guiding thought in a persons...when part of the initial premise is fatally flawed. We as humans tend to vary greatly. Arguments or beliefs that place all people of a group into a certain category is the very same problem that broadminded people argue against.
Compare what I said to what religious homophobes use as their guiding light.
To lay with another man is an abomination.
You should also know that I intentionally KIS so homophobes could not deflect all over the map and ignore that this is a moral question.
1) You are using the word "homophobe" without defining it. Was Obama a homophobe in 2016 (at that time he opposed gay marriage)?