Commentary: Stonewall Columbus Pride Parade reminiscent of a Fourth of July parade

Jun 23, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Lantern

A Pride Parade walker looks to throw bracelets at crowds that lined the street. Pride Parade, part of Stonewall Columbus Pride Festival 2013, took place June 22 on High Street.

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Those children forced out of school broke a contract?
Families applying to private schools must frequently sign agreements to abide by the school's moral/faith standards.
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That one isn't one to talk. He has some of the worst grammar and sentence structuring of anyone I've seen on here.
you have seen me now?

so I am under your surveillance?

how exciting.

take out the trash while your snooping around the house, and pick up the dog poop for me.

I will tape a fifty to the trash can for your trouble.
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It IS ironic, isn't it???
ironic is you and Che.

neither of you provide value to an equation.

irony is you are part of the problem. You both are squishy liberals.

How exciting to be called out by abject morons who barley possess the brain power to operate their own lungs.

That is ironic.

Guess my laughing in your face is a hate crime by your brilliant thought process.
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Those children forced out of school broke a contract?
yes.

they agreed to terms, and paid tuition in acceptance of those terms.

they disregarded the terms. and the school released them from the agreement, and quit accepting tuition payments.

that sums up the situation.

are you saying an all girl school must accept a male that prefers males as dates?

You lost me.

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I guess people who evolved from apes have difficulty grasping rational thought. We must be patient with them, as their bestial rationale is so far-fetched, we cannot help but pity them.
Do you have difficulty grasping rational thought? It seems you do.

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In each case you cited, the subjects broke contracts to which they knowingly agreed.
In other words, you believe same-sex practitioners to be above the law.
No, they did not. When religious institutions put in their little "morality" clause, it often is not specific so they are allowed to pick and choose as they see fit. Especially in the case of a boy who was kicked out of school. His parents have nothing to do with the education he receives at school.

Either way, it proves these institutions are hypocritical.

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Same-sex relationships do not reflect Nature's complementarian design; the lack of the necessary tools for procreation always was, and still is, means for believing the relationship to be contrary to Nature's plan.
You think you understand the design of nature? lol That's a laugh. Nature and everything within it is constantly evolving, changing, etc. Who is to say it isn't a natural process for homosexuality to become more prevalent because the world could become overpopulated?

You go ahead and believe the sole purpose of a relationship is to procreate. The rest of us normal people will continue living our lives as we see fit.

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you have seen me now?
so I am under your surveillance?
how exciting.
take out the trash while your snooping around the house, and pick up the dog poop for me.
I will tape a fifty to the trash can for your trouble.
You're seriously nuts. Like scary nuts. Rambling is what you do best. Probably all you do.

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ironic is you and Che.
neither of you provide value to an equation.
irony is you are part of the problem. You both are squishy liberals.
How exciting to be called out by abject morons who barley possess the brain power to operate their own lungs.
That is ironic.
Guess my laughing in your face is a hate crime by your brilliant thought process.
You try so hard, but you always fail.

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Do you have difficulty grasping rational thought? It seems you do.
As Reader would say, "Non-responsive."

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No, they did not. When religious institutions put in their little "morality" clause, it often is not specific so they are allowed to pick and choose as they see fit. Especially in the case of a boy who was kicked out of school. His parents have nothing to do with the education he receives at school.
Either way, it proves these institutions are hypocritical.
Arse-backwards again, Manilow.

It the opposite of hypocritical to uphold an institution's stated standards.

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You think you understand the design of nature? lol That's a laugh. Nature and everything within it is constantly evolving, changing, etc. Who is to say it isn't a natural process for homosexuality to become more prevalent because the world could become overpopulated?
You go ahead and believe the sole purpose of a relationship is to procreate. The rest of us normal people will continue living our lives as we see fit.
No one said the sole purpose of a relationship is to procreate.
Relationships within Nature, however, are by default complementarian and designed to do so.
Otherwise, the species would cease to exist; thus, it is irrational for the members of a species to pursue a relationship that leads to such a biological dead-end.

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No one said the sole purpose of a relationship is to procreate.
Relationships within Nature, however, are by default complementarian and designed to do so.
Otherwise, the species would cease to exist; thus, it is irrational for the members of a species to pursue a relationship that leads to such a biological dead-end.
You are assuming that all in a species would follow the same behaviors. This is clearly not the case. Nobody is suggesting that everyone become gay, just as nobody said every relationship must procreate.

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You are assuming that all in a species would follow the same behaviors. This is clearly not the case. Nobody is suggesting that everyone become gay, just as nobody said every relationship must procreate.
You continue to deny the plain fact that same-sex behaviors are incongruent with Nature's design.

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You continue to deny the plain fact that same-sex behaviors are incongruent with Nature's design.
Not denying it at all, just asking "so what"?

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Not denying it at all, just asking "so what"?
"So what" is the bar for human behavior?

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You continue to deny the plain fact that same-sex behaviors are incongruent with Nature's design.
um you couldnt be more wrong, MANY species on earth exhibit homosexual behavior
http://www.yalescientific.org/2012/03/do-anim...
http://www.livescience.com/3697-sex-behavior-...

so unless you can find a true PEER REVIEWED study that proves otherwise you are WRONG. just as religions were WRONG in saying women are not equal same with blacks and left handed people and such. you want natral, go around naked dont ever bathe or cut your hair or nails or use tools or meds or eat anything but raw foods.

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"So what" is the bar for human behavior?
For behaviors which cannot be demonstrated to a reasonable certainty to harm or violate the superior rights of others, yes.

Owning a gun, for example.

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<quoted text>um you couldnt be more wrong, MANY species on earth exhibit homosexual behavior
http://www.yalescientific.org/2012/03/do-anim...
http://www.livescience.com/3697-sex-behavior-...
so unless you can find a true PEER REVIEWED study that proves otherwise you are WRONG. just as religions were WRONG in saying women are not equal same with blacks and left handed people and such. you want natral, go around naked dont ever bathe or cut your hair or nails or use tools or meds or eat anything but raw foods.
Cannibalism, rape, incest and filicide are also observed in the animal kingdom.
Shall society take steps to protect, honor and encourage these behaviors?

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For behaviors which cannot be demonstrated to a reasonable certainty to harm or violate the superior rights of others, yes.
Owning a gun, for example.
For rational mankind, the question is not one of superior rights.
It is one of right vs. wrong.

And for that exact reason, we do not condone cannibalism, rape, incest and filicide, as observed in the animal kingdom.

If two individuals mutually consent to burn down their house, or gouge each other's eyes out -- and since these actions affect no one else -- shall society condone?

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