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post #41 of 127 (permalink) Old 11-05-2009, 07:18 AM
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Calling someone a bigot is just a stupid way to say that they can't agree with you. Get over the fact that not everyone wants to see two dudes kissing.
Then don't go to the god damn wedding. I don't like to see obese women. You know how I handle that? When I see one walking down the street, I just look away at something else. I don't even think of it, it happens automatically.

It seems the problem most people who complain that they "don't want to see two dudes kissing" have, really is that they can't stop staring, and maybe it even starts to tingle a little bit "down there". Well either get out of the closet or get over it. If you ever get out of your little bubble you'll notice that there are probably lots of things in the world you don't enjoy or understand, but that's life.
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I don't think anyone here cares of gays get married, but the reason why they are having so many problems is because of the way they treat it, in a not so serious way.
Well... to be honest? Nah not really, not going to impact my life if gays are going to get married. Not going to run out of the closet and be like screw the ladies I wanna marry a man!

My problem with it is that they are being excluded what I feel is a right on the basis of religious bias, that is my problem.

I have nothing against gays, and the gay friends I have (2) a guy I knew in high school and a girl my best friend introduced me to (who is extremely hot and massively rocking body). You could not tell either were gay, I couldn't, I mean I know but it wasn't a thing. In the way that "flamers" of the straight community are annoying little bitches so are the "flamers" of the homosexual community, and I'm not going to treat them differently just because they happen to be gay while being an annoying bitch.

I'm not (as everyone knows) a fan of marriage, but I'm also not a fan of abortion or having a religion, but I think I should have the right to make my own choice on the subject and the government should step aside so I can have and exercise personal freedom.

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Calling someone a bigot is just a stupid way to say that they can't agree with you. Get over the fact that not everyone wants to see two dudes kissing.
Dude you are thinking of it in the wrong way. I don't even think about gay marriage in the worst light cause it makes me biased...

A few things to also think about:







For however <unappealing to me> two guys are kissing is how right two hot woman are.



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I don't want to bust your bubble Xeb, but most lesbians I've seen looked like the clientele of Les Bos, aka Club Persh. the "lipstick lesbians" are nowhere near as common.


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I don't want to bust your bubble Xeb, but most lesbians I've seen looked like the clientele of Les Bos, aka Club Persh. the "lipstick lesbians" are nowhere near as common.
*covers ears*

a la la la la a la la la la

I know but as I said in a previous post I have actually met a smoking hot lesbian, and my best friend is moving in with her and her "friend" (living the dream I say) so it has kept my idea of lesbians possible no matter how much realism it lacks.



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There are prob more annoying flaunting heterosexuals. Paris Hilton Retards, douchebag men with fake tans etc. Best not to let it get to you imo.

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There are prob more annoying flaunting heterosexuals. Paris Hilton Retards, douchebag men with fake tans etc. Best not to let it get to you imo.
This is hilarious; I never thought of it that way.


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This is hilarious; I never thought of it that way.
The longer I'm married - the more they piss me off



Someone posted that marriage is bad. To my mind it's the best thing for the child to grow up with two available parents - who live together, get along. And then the rest of the family etc. Marriage is the best way to get that right?

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Someone posted that marriage is bad. To my mind it's the best thing for the child to grow up with two available parents - who live together, get along. And then the rest of the family etc. Marriage is the best way to get that right?
*pulls off the wedding ring*

Well that doesn't happen with marriage most of the time, more than 60% of marriage ends in divorce. Are you saying a piece of paper is going to stop that from happening? Beyond the marriages that end with divorce a huge number of people who remain married fight constantly and are "unhappily married". Most of the time divorce is best for all parties involved and when that is the case marriage is doing more damage to all parties involved.



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http://www.mmaforum.com/mma-forum-lo...-8-really.html

Another gay marriage thread.

"Originally Posted by Common Sense
Why must we use the term "marriage" when talking about gay rights. Give them equal rights, but don't give them "marriage". Like I have already said, "Marriage" is a union of a man and a woman and acknowledges (intentionally or otherwise) religious principles of commitment, forgiveness, love and monogamy etc. Our whole societal structure is based on the principles of marriage. Of course, many people will be angry when someone tries to alter a fundamental aspect of their life and society by altering the context of "marriages".
It is similar to the outrage expressed at Polygamists. By altering the conventional framework of "marriage" they challenge mainstream beliefs on ethical, societal and spiritual levels.
Let gay people be gay, good on them. Do they qualify to get "married" in the conventional sense? No."
I totally agree with this. It's sort of trampling on Christians to demand they allow Gay Marriage (rather than just gay civil partnership). Don't know why you are getting mod jumped, when other posters are calling each other insensitive bigots and whatnot.

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*pulls off the wedding ring*

Well that doesn't happen with marriage most of the time, more than 60% of marriage ends in divorce. Are you saying a piece of paper is going to stop that from happening? Beyond the marriages that end with divorce a huge number of people who remain married fight constantly and are "unhappily married". Most of the time divorce is best for all parties involved and when that is the case marriage is doing more damage to all parties involved.
60% in America. (Eng is pretty much the same, but other cultures are diff)

The prob isn't with marriage then, it's with people not being able to put their children before themselves.

My wife's family is all none divorce - it's like a massive clan each family has 4+ kids, relatives are all close, it's awesome. Old people don't live in homes don't get lonely. Kids have tons of kids to play with. Anyone ****s up their life there are lots of people to help. And for money and business - it's exactly like all those evil Jewish conspiracies you hear, except not Jewish, and I profit. BWAHAHAHA!

In comparison my family is full of divorces, few kids, siblings who hate each other, people hardly meet each other. It sucks to be honest, it's pretty much the same as having no family. Everyone is self centered. Bitter divorces wipe out more money than those involved ever see again. Anybody makes any money, it tends to die with them, resentful old rich gay bastard. (On topic everyone saying they have gay friends, I know more gay jerks, just a coincidence).

Maybe marriages should be limited, like 10years or something. Though when I'm 80 or such, I hope I'm married rather than on my own.

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If gay people want to be taken seriously then they need to get the **** out of hollywood. Seriously the gay community is bringing it on themselves for the most part. You don't get 31 states of popular vote rejecting gay marriage based on ignorance alone. Keep that shit in the bedroom and stop flaunting it and trying to make it seem like it's cool to be gay. Just because you are gay doesn't mean you have to make it blatantly obvious to everyone around you on a daily basis. I'm not saying being gay is wrong, it's whatever, but if they want to be taken seriously then they need to get those fruity ***s out of hollywood and off my tv screen. Everyone is sick of it.
Thats a very valid point(s).
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