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Sir Elton's Protest
by R. D. Ashby
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  Sir Elton John has called for a ban
on religion, his glitzy world darkened by
the homophobia of God's followers
whose religious laws ostensibly serve
the wider community, where, until
the present nuclear age, the bond
between man and woman was
the sanctified form of sexual union.

Homosexuals have always been cast
as queer, perverting of nature,
if religious, estranged by the ruling
that sexuality is functionally
procreative, of male and female bonding
to that end; the nuclear age admitting
of a contraceptive encapsulation
of pleasure without consequences.

The root of homosexual righteousness
is the non-procreative license
of heterosexuality; old laws are viewed
in a new light, as prejudicial, untrue.
And truly, the nuclear age proves
to be the nemesis of religious truth,
or that it is about sincerity of feeling,
as with Sir Elton John, expressed.
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