Catholic Church Launches Anti-Gay, Anti-Marriage Website - Lez Get Real | Lez Get Real

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#1 Nov 14, 2011
No one cares... the cathardo faith is irrelevant in modern culture

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#2 Nov 14, 2011
"NOBODY should listen to ANYTHING the DAMN ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH has to say about ANYTHING !" (Martin Luther, October 31, 1517. "Ninety Fife Theses".)
Rick Santorum s HandiWipe

Bethlehem, PA

#3 Nov 14, 2011
This reminds me of the old saw about how much frothy lube will fit on the head of a pin....

“Child of the Universe”

Since: Aug 09

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

#4 Nov 14, 2011
What makes a group of supposedly celebate men authorities on ANYTHING adult??

“The Black Mermaid”

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#5 Nov 14, 2011
Leftatalbuquerque wrote:
What makes a group of supposedly celebate men authorities on ANYTHING adult??
LOL - What always struck me as idiotic is a bunch of celibates teaching sex!

Anyway, we're finding out more and more that a lot of the RC has NOT been celibate. What a bunch of hypocritical phonies.
hi hi

Spring City, PA

#6 Nov 15, 2011
And yet in spite of this, they're complaining about persecution. They've JUST formed various groups to complain about persecution.

They will learn the easy way or the hard way that every last time they say "gay is sin!" they are persecuting OTHERS and will get it right back in their own faces. This is not difficult to understand.

You can have a religious belief; your right ends where you are attempting to push it on ANYONE, period. Marriage equality represents nothing, nothing, nothing being pushed on anyone; it does not touch any other marriage with a ten-foot pole, as no existing marriage has anything to do with any other, period.

No one is walking around shouting that if you don't get a gay marriage, you will go to hell. The "religious" are endlessly persecuting gay people by telling them to *literally be* something they are not, cannot be, and will not ever be, period.

So long as that happens, the pro-gay are UNDOUBTEDLY going to see it as their right to speak up in return, and they won't think twice of getting vicious, from what I have seen. Enough is enough, and that's that.

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#7 Nov 15, 2011
Nobody gives a toss what churches say anymore. But if you live in a developing country where they still hold sway, like the philippines, then you can be fuc@ed over.

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#8 Nov 15, 2011
Well the rebel lez girl that I am I still believe in putting our second amendment rights into full force and remove all religious leaders from all U.S. governments and run these catholic bishops out of America at gun point. Or they can simply shut the "f" up and stay out of our governments and our lives.

“What Goes Around, Comes Around”

Since: Mar 07

Kansas City, MO.

#9 Nov 15, 2011
Hmmm. Look at all the foreign (predomitley Catholic) countries that have SSM and the Vatican is doing nothing in trying to stop them! Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Spain. Any more?

“Equality for ALL”

Since: Jul 10

Massachusetts

#10 Nov 16, 2011
Slightly off topic but I just went to read the underlying article at lezgetreal. The google ad on the page (probably because the article dealt with religion) was for Liberty University. I am so glad their ad dollars are supporting a worthy cause.

“The Black Mermaid”

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#11 Nov 16, 2011
hi hi wrote:
And yet in spite of this, they're complaining about persecution. They've JUST formed various groups to complain about persecution.
They will learn the easy way or the hard way that every last time they say "gay is sin!" they are persecuting OTHERS and will get it right back in their own faces. This is not difficult to understand.
You can have a religious belief; your right ends where you are attempting to push it on ANYONE, period. Marriage equality represents nothing, nothing, nothing being pushed on anyone; it does not touch any other marriage with a ten-foot pole, as no existing marriage has anything to do with any other, period.
No one is walking around shouting that if you don't get a gay marriage, you will go to hell. The "religious" are endlessly persecuting gay people by telling them to *literally be* something they are not, cannot be, and will not ever be, period.
So long as that happens, the pro-gay are UNDOUBTEDLY going to see it as their right to speak up in return, and they won't think twice of getting vicious, from what I have seen. Enough is enough, and that's that.
Very good (and accurate) post!
paul SHYKORA arts

Calgary, Canada

#13 Nov 28, 2011
Sherlayne wrote:
<quoted text>
LOL - What always struck me as idiotic is a bunch of celibates teaching sex!
Anyway, we're finding out more and more that a lot of the RC has NOT been celibate. What a bunch of hypocritical phonies.
..YES...TRUE,here....Hymmmmm Are you's ..''sherlane''...a Black Person,witha a ''phoney photo/picture,here!!...

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#15 Nov 30, 2011
[QUOTE who="Really?"]Kinda hurt here. I'm a 15 year old catholic kid that gets to here stuff like this every day. Do you really think everyone in the church believes these things? I support gay rights and marriage all the way. What sickens me is when people attack an entire group over the opinions of few.
I'm getting really sick of people bringing up the sex scandals (thank god the church is finally admitting to them) you realize that the same stuff goes on everywhere, with everyone covering it up. Look at Penn state![/QUOTE]
Why are you still Catholic if your views contradict the church's teachings. Why aren't you a Protestant ?
Sherlane

Hamburg, NJ

#16 Dec 1, 2011
paul SHYKORA arts wrote:
<quoted text>..YES...TRUE,here....H ymmmmm Are you's ..''sherlane''...a Black Person,witha a ''phoney photo/picture,here!!...
So what? I never said any of the photos were actually me.
paul shykora

Calgary, Canada

#17 Dec 1, 2011
[QUOTE who="Really?"]Kinda hurt here. I'm a 15 year old catholic kid that gets to here stuff like this every day. Do you really think everyone in the church believes these things? I support gay rights and marriage all the way. What sickens me is when people attack an entire group over the opinions of few.
I'm getting really sick of people bringing up the sex scandals (thank god the church is finally admitting to them) you realize that the same stuff goes on everywhere, with everyone covering it up. Look at Penn state![/QUOTE]..To ME YOU's are...CORRECT,here...eh...GOD Bless..''LOV'yha''...eh...yada u u

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#19 Dec 1, 2011
[QUOTE who="Really?"]<qu oted text>
Because, while I disagree with things like that, I do believe that the church is right with the stuff the counts. Protestants interpret certain things different ways, ways that I believe are incorrect. Who better to trust with the interpretation of the bible and christianity than the church created by Jesus and the disciples? Sure there's been corruption, I know it, you know it, we all know it. But what organization or group doesn't have corruption? Whatever the issue, the church has stayed true to it's interpretation of the good book. And you notice that this whole thing is coming from US bishops, who are known to be extremely conservative. What they say does not agree with the opinions of the entire church, just some people's. Look at it as a government, there are different "parties" that people belong to. Just because the democrats believe something, it doesn't mean the republicans do. Same thing within the church. People generalize way to much. Like when they say things like all catholic priests are pedophiles, and that we're all homophobes. There's always more than one side to the story. It just feels like Catholics always get thrown under the bus to me. I've had adults yell at me that I'm going to hell for having the wrong religion. Last time I checked, we were the first, and technically the true, christians. Can't we all just get along?[/QUOTE]

So you belong to an organization who has views contrary to your own. Sounds illogical to me. Kind of like a black person joing the KKK or a Jewish person joing the Nazi Party.

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#20 Dec 1, 2011
No one should listen to anything ANY religion has to say. The RCC is crap, but so are all other faiths.
Fred ABQ wrote:
"NOBODY should listen to ANYTHING the DAMN ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH has to say about ANYTHING !" (Martin Luther, October 31, 1517. "Ninety Fife Theses".)

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#21 Dec 1, 2011
cpeter1313 wrote:
No one should listen to anything ANY religion has to say. The RCC is crap, but so are all other faiths.
<quoted text>
Well I regularly attend the "Second Reformed Lutheran Church And Microbrewery Of Tobyhanna" and we LIKE it !

:)

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#22 Dec 1, 2011
I was raised catholic and went to RCC schools for 14 years. I know it can be hard when you are immersed in it, but you have to understand that the real outrage wasn't the sex but the way the church authorities (including the present pope) did everything they could to cover up the rape of thousands of kids. For such a group to condemn anyone else--especially a group that is only demanding its legal rights--on the basis of morality is an affront beyond calculation.

Yes, we know that other clergies have done the same things, and we condemn them as well. But none of the others were so methodical and ruthless in protecting its errant clergy. But most of us do not condemn the congregation, just the hierarchy that allowed the abuse.

[QUOTE who="Really?"]Kinda hurt here. I'm a 15 year old catholic kid that gets to here stuff like this every day. Do you really think everyone in the church believes these things? I support gay rights and marriage all the way. What sickens me is when people attack an entire group over the opinions of few.
I'm getting really sick of people bringing up the sex scandals (thank god the church is finally admitting to them) you realize that the same stuff goes on everywhere, with everyone covering it up. Look at Penn state![/QUOTE]

“Reality is better than truth.”

Since: Nov 09

Indianapolis

#23 Dec 1, 2011
The RCC didn't come into existence until over 2 centuries after jesus supposedly died. There were in fact many factions calling themselves the true church; the early catholics happened ot win the (often physical) fight. They didn't interpret the bible; they created it from various early texts. Anything that did not support their views was discarded, and often destroyed.

Most of the opinions that are at odds with public opinion come from the vatican, with the bishops just adding their own bigotry to the mix.

Can we get along? Sure. But not until the RCC stops trying to interfere with the legal rights of gay (and other) american citizens.

[QUOTE who="Really?"]<qu oted text>
Because, while I disagree with things like that, I do believe that the church is right with the stuff the counts. Protestants interpret certain things different ways, ways that I believe are incorrect. Who better to trust with the interpretation of the bible and christianity than the church created by Jesus and the disciples? Sure there's been corruption, I know it, you know it, we all know it. But what organization or group doesn't have corruption? Whatever the issue, the church has stayed true to it's interpretation of the good book. And you notice that this whole thing is coming from US bishops, who are known to be extremely conservative. What they say does not agree with the opinions of the entire church, just some people's. Look at it as a government, there are different "parties" that people belong to. Just because the democrats believe something, it doesn't mean the republicans do. Same thing within the church. People generalize way to much. Like when they say things like all catholic priests are pedophiles, and that we're all homophobes. There's always more than one side to the story. It just feels like Catholics always get thrown under the bus to me. I've had adults yell at me that I'm going to hell for having the wrong religion. Last time I checked, we were the first, and technically the true, christians. Can't we all just get along?[/QUOTE]

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