Chris Kluwe's New Pro-Gay Ad Will Mak...

Chris Kluwe's New Pro-Gay Ad Will Make You Smile

There are 133 comments on the www.gay.net story from Oct 25, 2012, titled Chris Kluwe's New Pro-Gay Ad Will Make You Smile. In it, www.gay.net reports that:

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Since: Mar 09

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#1 Oct 25, 2012
LOLOLOL

Love it!

Since: Oct 12

Coolidge, AZ

#2 Oct 25, 2012
I watch several NFL games each week, and I have no idea who Cris Klue is.

“Equality marches on! ”

Since: Apr 08

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#3 Oct 25, 2012
There is nothing better than a "hot", securely straight guy, to state facts!!!
Klyde

Killeen, TX

#4 Oct 25, 2012
NE Jade wrote:
There is nothing better than a "hot", securely straight guy, to state facts!!!
Yup, that's me!!!

Since: Oct 12

Coolidge, AZ

#5 Oct 25, 2012
NE Jade wrote:
There is nothing better than a "hot", securely straight guy, to state facts!!!
Nothing better ?! How about a gay guy with GREAT feet !

:)

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Since: Jan 10

Lewis Center, OH

#9 Oct 25, 2012
NE Jade wrote:
There is nothing better than a "hot", securely straight guy, to state facts!!!
No so sure about the “hot” part, but, I applaud him for having the courage of his convictions and his support of true American principles.
Pequot 40

United States

#12 Oct 25, 2012
Kluwe has a Brother in Law who is gay, and guess what? He wants to marry his 'partner'.
Now Chris has a high vocabulary IQ, well educated, but sadly on the wrong side of this debate. Nepotism can cause confusion, common in Kluwe' affiliation.

Religionthebigli e

“saved From jesus”

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#13 Oct 26, 2012
Pequot 40 wrote:
Kluwe has a Brother in Law who is gay, and guess what? He wants to marry his 'partner'.
Now Chris has a high vocabulary IQ, well educated, but sadly on the wrong side of this debate. Nepotism can cause confusion, common in Kluwe' affiliation.
Well educated people are less likely to be irrational bigots.

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#15 Oct 26, 2012
Pequot 40 wrote:
Kluwe has a Brother in Law who is gay, and guess what? He wants to marry his 'partner'.
Now Chris has a high vocabulary IQ, well educated, but sadly on the wrong side of this debate. Nepotism can cause confusion, common in Kluwe' affiliation.
What a silly thing to say.

He knows more than you do about the issue, from personal experience.

How many gay couples and their kids do YOU know personally, to have helped form your ideas?

He is on the RIGHT side of the issue--he is pro-family. You are against families. It's not hard to figure out the correct "side".

“HHhhhoooowwwlll”

Since: Feb 08

Craigville

#18 Oct 26, 2012
Religionthebiglie wrote:
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Well educated people are less likely to be irrational bigots.
Bigot comes out first volley, you've spent all your ammunition in the introductory phase.
Education has little to do with morals, try again.......

“HHhhhoooowwwlll”

Since: Feb 08

Craigville

#19 Oct 26, 2012
Quest wrote:
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What a silly thing to say.
He knows more than you do about the issue, from personal experience.
How many gay couples and their kids do YOU know personally, to have helped form your ideas?
He is on the RIGHT side of the issue--he is pro-family. You are against families. It's not hard to figure out the correct "side".
What an obtuse thing to say
Homosexuality is a very risky lifestyle, our own government will tell you this. Yet you want to tell me about the 'right' side of this issue.
The one loving Father and one loving Mother raising their own children is the gold standard.
That you would cheapen that tradition for your own personal gain says a lot about you.
Kluwe can take any position he wants, but that family member who has taken the Homosexual path will always pull on the heart strings, guaranteed.

“Equality marches on! ”

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#20 Oct 26, 2012
Marram wrote:
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No so sure about the “hot” part, but, I applaud him for having the courage of his convictions and his support of true American principles.
Oh, check out the spread in "Out" magazine...he's hot!!!
Gosod

San Jose, CA

#21 Oct 26, 2012
40for60 wrote:
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What an obtuse thing to say
Homosexuality is a very risky lifestyle, our own government will tell you this. Yet you want to tell me about the 'right' side of this issue.
The one loving Father and one loving Mother raising their own children is the gold standard.
That you would cheapen that tradition for your own personal gain says a lot about you.
Kluwe can take any position he wants, but that family member who has taken the Homosexual path will always pull on the heart strings, guaranteed.
Appeal to tradition, fail. What the hell difference does it make. How does two people marrying cheapen other marriages in any way whatsoever? That doesn't even make any sense. Monogamy is not a risky lifestyle.

“Equality marches on! ”

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#23 Oct 26, 2012
Gosod wrote:
<quoted text>Appeal to tradition, fail. What the hell difference does it make. How does two people marrying cheapen other marriages in any way whatsoever? That doesn't even make any sense. Monogamy is not a risky lifestyle.
Oh, you can't mess with perfection! Look how well that old marriage thingy has worked all these years? Suddenly, it's going to hell in a hand basket because same sex people want to give it a try!

“Headed toward the cliff”

Since: Nov 07

Tawas City, Michigan

#24 Oct 26, 2012
40for60 wrote:
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What an obtuse thing to say
Homosexuality is a very risky lifestyle, our own government will tell you this. Yet you want to tell me about the 'right' side of this issue.
The one loving Father and one loving Mother raising their own children is the gold standard.
That you would cheapen that tradition for your own personal gain says a lot about you.
Kluwe can take any position he wants, but that family member who has taken the Homosexual path will always pull on the heart strings, guaranteed.
If your marriage is "cheapened" by two guys or two gals- who you don't know and likely will never meet- getting married, then you've got WAY bigger problems in your own marriage to worry about.

How about this- MYOFB!

“HHhhhoooowwwlll”

Since: Feb 08

Craigville

#25 Oct 26, 2012
WeTheSheeple wrote:
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If your marriage is "cheapened" by two guys or two gals- who you don't know and likely will never meet- getting married, then you've got WAY bigger problems in your own marriage to worry about.
How about this- MYOFB!
Deviant sexual desires should not qualify one as a protected group of people, no how, no way.
I would mind my own business if the GLBLT crowd would mind their own.

“HHhhhoooowwwlll”

Since: Feb 08

Craigville

#26 Oct 26, 2012
Gosod wrote:
<quoted text>Appeal to tradition, fail. What the hell difference does it make. How does two people marrying cheapen other marriages in any way whatsoever? That doesn't even make any sense. Monogamy is not a risky lifestyle.
Do you really want to go there?
How many 'partners' does the average Homosexual go through in a lifetime?
I'll answer it if you don't want to.
Looking for Marriage to 'fix' the promiscuity is a pipe dream, it won’t keep the dog from straying.

“HHhhhoooowwwlll”

Since: Feb 08

Craigville

#27 Oct 26, 2012
Vote YES on the Marriage amendment to keep Marriage between one Man and one Woman.

“Unconvinced”

Since: Nov 09

Seattle, WA

#28 Oct 26, 2012
40for60 wrote:
What an obtuse thing to say
Homosexuality is a very risky lifestyle, our own government will tell you this. Yet you want to tell me about the 'right' side of this issue.
Promiscuity is a risky lifestyle, maybe that's what you mean. But that's true for gays OR straights. Marriage is in direct opposition to promiscuity. If you want to see fewer people sleeping around, and more people settled down, then more marriages is the best path to that.
40for60 wrote:
The one loving Father and one loving Mother raising their own children is the gold standard.
Which has nothing to do with "marriage", you're talking about "parenting".

It seems to be a common misperception that preventing gay marriages will also prevent gay people from raising children, but that simply isn't the case. If gay people want to raise children, then they will do so, with or without marriage (same with straight people). Preventing those families from having access to marriage will not prevent those families from existing. It will only rob them of the stability and protection that marriage brings to all families.
40for60 wrote:
That you would cheapen that tradition for your own personal gain says a lot about you.
Dehumanizing and marginalizing people who are different from you does nothing to strengthen any existing traditions. The traditions that you value will be strengthened by allowing more people to participate in them.
40for60 wrote:
Kluwe can take any position he wants, but that family member who has taken the Homosexual path will always pull on the heart strings, guaranteed.
Will you make your heart strings feel better by placing bans on how people may live their lives? If you have a family member who is gay, and you don't WANT them to be gay, then you need to have an extended conversation with them and tell them how you feel. Hopefully they can explain to you that they are going to be gay regardless of what you want or how you feel about it. You are not going to improve their life, or improve your relationship with them, by limiting their access to the most basic and common social conventions that most Americans take for granted. Rather than letting your pulled heart strings dictate how others may live, you should take the time to find out how your actions are affecting THEIR heart strings. Maybe it makes you sad that a loved one is gay, but I guarantee that it feels a LOT WORSE to have a loved one tell you that you don't deserve the same happiness and equal government treatment as everyone else.

“What Goes Around, Comes Around”

Since: Mar 07

Kansas City, MO.

#29 Oct 26, 2012
40for60 wrote:
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Do you really want to go there?
How many 'partners' does the average Homosexual go through in a lifetime?
I'll answer it if you don't want to.
Looking for Marriage to 'fix' the promiscuity is a pipe dream, it won’t keep the dog from straying.
It hasn't fixed the Hetro from straying has it?

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