There are two types of homosexual evangelization that American men are subjected to. The first is the normal evangelization of gay men. This has been noted in psychiatric studies of gay men all through the last century. If you go back through these reports, you will see that they report that homosexuals are often very evangelistic about the type of sex they have and spend a fair amount of time trying to recruits newbies to their sexual lifestyle. Thinking back on it, I think gay and bi men probably do this a lot more than lesbians or bi women, but then I do not know much about homosexual behavior in women.
The effects of gay men making passes at straight men as driver of societal degeneracy are much exaggerated, particularly by the wild homophobes on the Religious Right. As noted in other posts, many straight men, especially if they are goodlooking, spend decades of their lives fending off homosexuals. I’ve turned them down probably thousands of times. I lost track.
It’s not like by the 2,000th time I was worn down and ready to cave. After thousands of offers, I was no more likely to do it than after the first one at age 16. If anything, I am probably even more resolved.
I feel that people underestimate the level of homophobia among most American men. This high level of homophobia, which I feel is adaptive and pro-civilizational, is despised by the Cultural Left as “bigotry” or “mental illness,” while actually it is neither. Straight men simply normally tend to have a strong revulsion against this sort of thing. It’s a natural, normal and acceptable way to feel. It’s goes with the territory of being a straight man.
The level of homophobia is so extreme among American men that it seems like it would be hard to seduce them into homosexual behavior, especially as they get a bit older, as it is always easier to get younger people to try new things than it is to get older folks to do so.
Sometimes I wonder what exactly it would take to get a lot of straight men to do such a thing because they seem to dead-set against it.
As such, the religious Right’s fear of gay evangelization is rather overblown, but cultural evangelization is another matter altogether. This is why I am alarmed at the Cultural Left’s attempt to portray male homosexual sex like it’s the greatest new flavor of ice cream. Culture is incredibly powerful. Cultural changes are much more powerful than an army of gay men trying to fulfill their “straight guy fantasy.”