'Counter' Boycott: Buy Dolce and Gabbana Fragrance for Mother's day
Sir Elton John and Ryan Murphy, producer of the homosexually-oriented TV show, "Glee", have called for a boycott against one of the most important fashion houses of our time, Dolce and Gabbana. Entertainment figures are enraged by the heretical words of the desgners, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabanna. They spoke in support of traditional families where “children have a mother and a father.” John, Murphy, and other Hollywood names are behaving like all purveyors of a big lie: any challenge to their totalitarian sex ideology and they go on the attack.
The in vitro fertilization/surrogacy movement shares the same delusional psychology as the abortion movement -- that when something becomes common it can be considered spiritually and morally settled. All that needs to happen is to crush dissent. But the unsettlement is just beginning for the new commerce in human conception, childbirth, and family formation. The divine providence -- don't kill innocents and honor your mother -- are eternal truths which cannot be overcome by money and celebrity outrage.
A suggestion for this Mother's Day is to buy a Dolce and Gabbana gift. Here is a behavioral program of personal growth for any son or husband who is a neophyte at purchasing designer fragrance at a “fine retailer.”
Get an index card and across the top write, “I'd like to purchase a fragrance set for my (mother) (wife). May I tell you about her personality?” Have three descriptors prepared. For example, is she outgoing or more reserved? Is she adventuresome or does she like to stick to the tried and true? Definitely include the card with the Mother's Day card. Tell the retailer this is a “counter” boycott purchase. For every boycotter there are countless thousands of people who, unlike Elton John's children, are fortunate enough to honor, cherish, and buy an elegant gift for their mother.