JebusSaveMe

Florence, AL

#41 Jul 11, 2014
MasterMFBlasterBitches wrote:
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and they want to throw stones at me and you... because WE'RE the 'bad guys'. fkking ridiculous.
Love the sinner, hate the sin...
drop it wrote:
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condolences are a bit premature. this deviant is still sucking air among other things. let AIDS run it's course then you can send your pathetic condolences.
drop it wrote:
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... the little homo can count....
drop it wrote:
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cockroach.
poor gayson wrote:
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... queers...
...Oh...
Big Nail

United States

#42 Jul 11, 2014
Who gives a shiyt ??
poor gayson

Tampa, FL

#43 Jul 11, 2014
SaveMeJebus wrote:
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Hey "poor gayson" I just punked you out on my blog. I dare you to refute all that I've written about you. Follow the link, read it and weep.
http://38.media.tumblr.com/8d46cc4384930a47d6...
Haha and your point is
JebusSaveMe

Florence, AL

#44 Jul 11, 2014
poor gayson wrote:
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Haha and your point is
It gave you a little bit of chub-chub didn't it?
poor gayson

Tampa, FL

#45 Jul 11, 2014
poor gayson wrote:
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Haha and your point is
No thats more up your alley
JebusSaveMe

Florence, AL

#46 Jul 11, 2014
poor gayson wrote:
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No thats more up your alley
I think it gave you a chub chub.

http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-sexua...
Lenn

Corinth, MS

#47 Jul 11, 2014
All you morons that think it's a choice....answer this question. Were you born straight or did you choose to be straight?
poor gayson

Tampa, FL

#48 Jul 11, 2014
JebusSaveMe wrote:
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I think it gave you a chub chub.
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/the-sexua...
Sorry but your wrong , it didnt
Kurt

Corinth, MS

#49 Jul 11, 2014
This debate has always amused me. A straight guy cannot "choose" to like guys.....so how is a gay person supposed to "choose" to like women? Therefore, how is it a "choice"? The above question is brilliant. Ask a straight guy "Where you born straight"? If so, then it's not a choice....you ARE born one way or the other. If a straight guy answers the same question as "I choose to be straight"....ok, so that means you like guys and girls and just "choose" girls? Then of course the "tough" guy will contradict himself and say "no way...I don't like guys, that gross" well..ok....now we're back to it NOT being a choice. Can't be both ways folks.
JebusSaveMe

Florence, AL

#50 Jul 11, 2014
poor gayson wrote:
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Sorry but your wrong , it didnt
OK ;)
*Thumbs up
JebusSaveMe

Florence, AL

#51 Jul 11, 2014
Kurt wrote:
This debate has always amused me. A straight guy cannot "choose" to like guys.....so how is a gay person supposed to "choose" to like women? Therefore, how is it a "choice"? The above question is brilliant. Ask a straight guy "Where you born straight"? If so, then it's not a choice....you ARE born one way or the other. If a straight guy answers the same question as "I choose to be straight"....ok, so that means you like guys and girls and just "choose" girls? Then of course the "tough" guy will contradict himself and say "no way...I don't like guys, that gross" well..ok....now we're back to it NOT being a choice. Can't be both ways folks.
I would normally warn you about such dangerous rational logic but it will fly right over their heads. Sometimes I try to imagine what goes on in their heads. Do they not think gay people are really attracted to people of the same sex, that its just an act to please satan or poke a finger in the eye of the good, upstanding christian folks?

The fact that the bible prohibits homosexual love yet homosexual people are clearly homosexual due to reasons beyond their control, it creates a conundrum for the religious right and they have to engage in serious reality denial and mental gymnastics to explain it. It's a sinful choice by attention seeking misfits or its a learned behavioral disorder that can be cured with prayer or its a congenital disorder like schizophrenia that can be "controlled" with prayer and therapy...etc
MasterBlasterAlp haOmega

Portland, OR

#52 Jul 11, 2014
JebusSaveMe wrote:
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The fact that the bible prohibits homosexual love yet homosexual people are clearly homosexual due to reasons beyond their control, it creates a conundrum for the religious right and they have to engage in serious reality denial and mental gymnastics to explain it. It's a sinful choice by attention seeking misfits or its a learned behavioral disorder that can be cured with prayer or its a congenital disorder like schizophrenia that can be "controlled" with prayer and therapy...etc
either way, it's just another glaring proof that religion is a feeble-minded and outdated concept dreamed up by humans from a time when there were no other answers. It also shows how incompatible it is with modern times.

i think most christians, whether they want to admit it or not, realize that their religion is dying a slow, agonizing death.
drop it

Coweta, OK

#53 Jul 11, 2014
For years we have been told that homosexuality is something people are born with - like the color of one's skin - and that it can't be changed. Gay-rights activists insist this is so, because, they say, if people don't choose to be gay, it would be wrong to discriminate against them in things like marriage, adoption, and legal benefits.

And heaven help those who disagree. Just ask actress Cynthia Nixon, who in a recent New York Times Magazine article, had the gall to admit that she chose to be gay.

Nixon, who played one of the characters on the old "Sex in the City" television series, was involved in 15-year relationship with a man that produced two children. Now, however, Nixon has moved on to a so-called "gay" relationship with a woman. In the article, Nixon is quoted about her sexual life, "For me, it is a choice. I understand that for many people it's not, but for me it's a choice, and you don't get to define my gayness for me."

Curiously, gay activists, who in almost any other instance would celebrate a "woman's choice," are really upset. "Cynthia did not put adequate thought into the ramifications of her words," said Wayne Besen, founder of Truth Wins Out, which opposes programs that seek to cure people of homosexuality. "When people say it's a choice," Besen added, "they are green-lighting an enormous amount of abuse."

No, what Nixon is green-lighting is the dangerous idea that people make choices about their sexual lifestyle. And that's a clear and present danger to the agenda of the gay-rights movement. That agenda seeks to prove that the gay lifestyle is natural and inevitable. But friends, there is absolutely no proof, and there'll probably never be any proof, that people are "born gay."

University of California, Davis, psychologist Gregory Herek, an "expert on anti-gay prejudice," admits, "The nature vs. nurture debate really is passé. The debate," he said, "is not really an either/or debate in the vast majority of cases, but how much of each. We don't know how big a role biology plays and how big a role culture plays."

Wheaton College's Stan Jones, who has written extensively on the subject, says the best research reveals that homosexual attraction is the result of a complex and mysterious interaction of biological, psychological, and environmental factors that produce different results for different people. Jones, and anyone else who has looked at the evidence in an unbiased way, says that there is no "gay gene."

Thus, the project to - in the words of one pro-gay writer, "make homophobia as inexcusable as racism" - has failed. For some people, homosexuality is a choice, and to whatever extent that is true, the fact is we all have a choice about how we will respond to our various sexual inclinations and express our sexual brokenness.

And, contrary to what we hear, the different sexual choices people make are not all equal. Only one conforms to nature and nature's God.

No, God's Word does not give us a definitive word about the cause of homosexuality, but it is crystal-clear that we need to reject homosexual behavior as sinful, to embrace sex only in the context of marriage between a man and a woman, and to treat everyone we meet - homosexual or not - with love and respect.
drop it

Coweta, OK

#54 Jul 11, 2014
Swallowing the Gay Marriage Agenda

Rachel Marsden

“Deep Throat” isn’t just the nickname of the supposed source in the Watergate scandal that brought down President Richard Nixon. It also describes what North Americans are being forced to do with the leftist gay marriage agenda. The notion of ‘equality’ is being used rampantly to leverage attacks on the traditional definition of marriage through the court system in both Canada and the USA.

Equality can be overrated. Flat-chested women have no business working at Hooters Restaurants, because Hooters with A cups is basically just Denny’s. Young children shouldn’t hold down 9-to-5 jobs. Kids who took the short bus to school and were forced to wear those special platform shoes back when they weren’t actually hip shouldn’t be allowed to practice neurosurgery, even though denying them the opportunity to do so could be considered discriminatory on the basis of mental disability. If a bus pulls up to the curb and the driver is clutching the steering wheel with his teeth because he doesn’t have any hands or feet, then I’m sorry, but physical discrimination or not, I’ll be walking to work. I don't want Mr. Itchy-Scratchy who has a visibly bad case of dandruff flaking out all over my steak at a five-star restaurant. And the list goes on.

http://www.rachelmarsden.com/columns/gaymarri...
masterblasterisa bitch

Coweta, OK

#55 Jul 12, 2014
poor gayson wrote:
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Haha and your point is
He is just reinforcing the fact he is a sexual deviant.........
SaveMeJebus

Corinth, MS

#56 Jul 12, 2014
Everyone who isn't a homophobic, racist right-winger MUST be a sock puppet of MastBlaster..

Yet there are two homophobic right-wingers from Cookson Oklahoma posting in the Corinth forum?
SaveMeJebus

Corinth, MS

#57 Jul 12, 2014
drop it wrote:
For years we have been told that homosexuality is something people are born with - like the color of one's skin - and that it can't be changed. Gay-rights activists insist this is so, because, they say, if people don't choose to be gay, it would be wrong to discriminate against them in things like marriage, adoption, and legal benefits.
Gay-rights activists insist that its something they are born with..because..it is? Its really condescending when holy rollers start telling you that you don't really feel what you think your feeling because their Bronze Age mythology said so. Get your head out of your ass. The bible isn't the word of god, its the word of men who claim to have spoken to god. If someone walked up to you today and told you that god spoke to them and gave them visions you would probably call Region 5. Why does the bible have any more legitimacy than any one of the prophets and messiahs on the fifth floor of magnolia hospital?
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1. Maybe Cynthia was bi-curious? I would never ever choose to have sex with a woman but if I was bisexual I could. You folks are so desperate to reduce homosexuality down to an individuals choice.
poor gayson

Tampa, FL

#58 Jul 12, 2014
masterblasterisabitch wrote:
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He is just reinforcing the fact he is a sexual deviant.........
well as for gayson smith its whatever he is queer
drop it

Tahlequah, OK

#59 Jul 14, 2014
NO, NO, NO......It is NOT alright that your son is wearing a dress. The little fruitcake will probably turn out like Grayson Smith or that pole smoker down in Alabama. What we have here folks is a wing-nut parent who is promoting deviant behavior.

My Son Wears Dresses, and That's OK With Me

Every morning my four-year-old daughter, Sydney, drags a chair into her closet and plucks a dress off of the rack. I try to lean her in other directions --"Why don't we try shorts today?"--but Sydney's stubborn. And I think she deserves the freedom to choose what she wants to wear.

My son, Asher, is 2. I grab shorts and a T-shirt out of the drawer and dress him, because he still has trouble dressing himself. But he figured out how to undress himself -- and pretty often that means he's ripping off his clothing and screaming "dress" over and over again. He climbs onto the chair in the closet and tugs at one of Sydney's dresses --"This one."

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/seth-menachem/m...
MasterBlasterAlp haOmega

Portland, OR

#60 Jul 14, 2014
drop it wrote:
NO, NO, NO......It is NOT alright that your son is wearing a dress. The little fruitcake will probably turn out like Grayson Smith or that pole smoker down in Alabama. What we have here folks is a wing-nut parent who is promoting deviant behavior.
My Son Wears Dresses, and That's OK With Me
Every morning my four-year-old daughter, Sydney, drags a chair into her closet and plucks a dress off of the rack. I try to lean her in other directions --"Why don't we try shorts today?"--but Sydney's stubborn. And I think she deserves the freedom to choose what she wants to wear.
My son, Asher, is 2. I grab shorts and a T-shirt out of the drawer and dress him, because he still has trouble dressing himself. But he figured out how to undress himself -- and pretty often that means he's ripping off his clothing and screaming "dress" over and over again. He climbs onto the chair in the closet and tugs at one of Sydney's dresses --"This one."
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/seth-menachem/m...
let's have real conversation about this.

why can't the boy wear a dress if he wants to? what difference in the world does it make how people dress themselves? does it really matter or do we just make it an issue because of our learned biases? what if it was a tradition to wear socks on your arm in november? one day, someone decides they don't want to wear socks on their arm in november anymore, but everyone else freaks out and exclaims "Why aren't you wearing socks on your arms in november??". in reality, the socks are just a cultural phenomenon, but people are so stuck in their conformity, they can't imagine the concept of not wearing socks. it really doesn't make a difference. the only time your clothes really matter is if they protect you from the elements.

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