I've been gay since I can remember (5) and I have rarely agreed with Tucker Carlson on anything. I can remember one. However, while Dr. White was okay at defending the position to participate, as all should who want to, he did not address the email (if this is indeed true) about "flying underneath the radar of the media" and that demonstrates coversion. It smells like a coversion I may agree with, but looks like a coversion nonetheless. If the t-shirts say something harmless, address what that will be. Be factual, but don't say, "They might say..." I respect what I have read by Dr. White and agree with most of the opinions on these threads. But it seems that we do have to show due diligence in picking our battles. By announcing ( or being caught in email ) that a gay group is trying to subvert the media, we may do ourselves a disservice.
My hope is not to open a can of worms among my fellow Lifeforce members, but based purely on what I saw, our position lost control of the interview. The phrases that Tucker used that Jamie quoted were used our of context. Tucker wasn't calling people names, I don't think, but was calling out the act of subversion.
If I'm wrong, and I hope I am, then I'm wrong. I think Tucker made his case well. (Boy, I never thought I'd say that.)
Let's go there if we want to, but let's pick our battles and our strategies more carefully in the future so that we don't look so fringe.....after all, we're not fringe.