Gay teen against same-sex marriage he...

Gay teen against same-sex marriage heckled at uni rally

There are 70 comments on the Daily Mail story from Sep 20, 2017, titled Gay teen against same-sex marriage heckled at uni rally. In it, Daily Mail reports that:

'I'm against same-sex marriage and I'm gay': Angry clash at university as teenager voting 'No' is shouted down and accused of 'internalised homophobia' This is the moment a young, gay man opposed to same-sex marriage was viciously heckled at a university campus rally. Wilson Gavin, 19, was shouted down as he fronted a 'No' case rally at the University of Queensland in Brisbane this week on the gay marriage postal vote.

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Prosperity Fundieraiser

Philadelphia, PA

#1 Sep 20, 2017
Fine, then he should never be given the right to marry anyone of the same sex when everyone else in Australia has marriage equality.

BTW, who established that he's actually "gay"? For how long has he been "gay"? Is he just a political opportunistic infection? Didn't anyone ask him what is so defective about him that his marrying another male would destroy schools, families and religions?

He's somebody's little, talking point wh o re with all this.
Jeffrey

Santa Cruz, CA

#3 Sep 21, 2017
Way to go Wilson Gavin!
Clark

Wilmington, DE

#4 Sep 21, 2017
I applaud this kid! Well played Wilson Gavin!
Clark

Wilmington, DE

#5 Sep 21, 2017
''I'm against same-sex marriage. You will see the effects it will have on the family, on schools, on politics, on churches."

"Mr Gavin continued by saying that gay marriage legalisation will pave the way for the contentious Safe Schools gender-theory program being rolled out in every school.'They want to introduce radical gender theory, he said."

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Well said Mr. Gavin! All excellent points and all 100% spot on!
Wondering

Tyngsboro, MA

#6 Sep 21, 2017
Prosperity Fundieraiser wrote:
1. Fine, then he should never be given the right to marry anyone of the same sex when everyone else in Australia has marriage equality.
2. BTW, who established that he's actually "gay"?
3. For how long has he been "gay"? Is he just a political opportunistic infection?
4. Didn't anyone ask him what is so defective about him that his marrying another male would destroy schools, families and religions?

He's somebody's little, talking point wh o re with all this.
1. Boy, that'll fix him.
2. He did.
3. Ask him. Gays say they are born that way.
4. Destroy? Maybe not but they sure create a lot of problems.

“A long time ago”

Since: Nov 09

in a galaxy far, far away....

#7 Sep 21, 2017
"You will see the effects it will have on the family, on schools, on politics, on churches."

Which are..........
Clark

Wilmington, DE

#8 Sep 21, 2017
EdmondWA wrote:
"You will see the effects it will have on the family, on schools, on politics, on churches."

Which are..........
You know the answer. Don't play dumb.
Wondering

Tyngsboro, MA

#9 Sep 21, 2017
EdmondWA wrote:
"You will see the effects it will have on the family, on schools, on politics, on churches."

Which are..........
Families and schools:
Gays attempting to teach elementary aged school children what to think about homosexuality regardless of how parents feel about it. Good news is that most schools don't do it.
Gays doing all they can to work homosexuality into TV programming, especially for kids.
Pride parades on the main streets of our cities. Many of these parades range from soft porn to XXX obscene.
Gay Days at Disney World. Many families save for years to take their kids there but were unlucky enough to unknowingly choose that week in June.
Jack has a family business in Colorado, he lost a big part of his income because of intolerant gays.
And on and on and on........

Churches:
Law suits. Homosexuals accept the terms of employment until they announce marriage plans. Then they sue the church for their firing even though it is they who break the contract.

Politics:
It's already corrupt.
Wondering

Tyngsboro, MA

#10 Sep 21, 2017
Oh, and let's not forget the Parker and Wirthlin families that were forced to take their kids out of a Lexington, MA public school. They could have let them stay there if they accepted the school's gay agenda. They didn't.

“A long time ago”

Since: Nov 09

in a galaxy far, far away....

#11 Sep 21, 2017
Clark wrote:
You know the answer. Don't play dumb.
If there are obvious answers, then please provide them. You don't just get to throw out vague warnings and then fail to explain what they are. That's just fear mongering.

“A long time ago”

Since: Nov 09

in a galaxy far, far away....

#12 Sep 21, 2017
Wondering wrote:
Families and schools:
Gays attempting to teach elementary aged school children what to think about homosexuality regardless of how parents feel about it.
Gay people are a factual part of society. It will help society run better if children understand that this is part of their world, and that they should be more inclusive toward people who are different from them.
Wondering wrote:
Gays doing all they can to work homosexuality into TV programming, especially for kids.
Again, gay people exist. It helps no one to pretend they don't.
Wondering wrote:
Pride parades on the main streets of our cities. Many of these parades range from soft porn to XXX obscene.
We learned it from Mardi Gras. File a complaint with the respective cities if you think that there are local ordinances being violated.
Wondering wrote:
Gay Days at Disney World. Many families save for years to take their kids there but were unlucky enough to unknowingly choose that week in June.
Your choice of the word "unlucky" tells me all I need to know about your anti-social agenda. The only thing you are promoting is discrimination and prejudice. Eliminating these things is actually GOOD for society.
Wondering wrote:
Jack has a family business in Colorado, he lost a big part of his income because of intolerant gays.
His losses were due to his own discriminatory actions, no one else's. It's not "intolerant" of someone to walk into an open public accommodation and expect service like anyone else.
Wondering wrote:
Churches:
Law suits. Homosexuals accept the terms of employment until they announce marriage plans. Then they sue the church for their firing even though it is they who break the contract.
These law suits are between the churches and their employers. But it's curious that these churches were happy to hire someone that they KNEW was gay, and only fired the employees after they did something which is PERFECTLY LEGAL.
Wondering wrote:
Politics:
It's already corrupt.
Oh, fantastic rebuttal there. Glad you threw that one in.

Every single point you have made here was already made sixty-some years ago when blacks wanted equal rights. People moaned and raved about all the troubles it would bring society if blacks could marry whites, or sit at the same lunch counters as whites, or share a bus seat. And there certainly WERE problems, as bigots and haters were forced to adjust to sharing the world with someone they didn't want to share it with. But that is not an excuse for keeping an oppressed minority down.
Wondering wrote:
Oh, and let's not forget the families that were forced to take their kids out of a Lexington, MA public school. They could have let them stay there if they accepted the school's gay agenda. They didn't.
The were not "forced" to take their kids out of school. They CHOSE to do that. No one came to them and said "Your kids have to go". It was their decision. Any parents might make the same decision over a school teaching about evolution or the Big Bang.
Clark

Wilmington, DE

#13 Sep 21, 2017
EdmondWA wrote:
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If there are obvious answers, then please provide them.
See post #9 for a very good start. If you still need more let me know.

“A long time ago”

Since: Nov 09

in a galaxy far, far away....

#14 Sep 21, 2017
Clark wrote:
See post #9 for a very good start. If you still need more let me know.
See post #12 for a rebuttal to everything he said. It was not a "good start", it was a bunch of tired old arguments which have long since been debunked. Every one of them was raised back in the 1950's and 60's under the "fear" that giving black people equal rights would cause trouble in society.

The only thing the haters are worried about is sharing the world. It's always been that way. But that's not a reason for the people they hate to hide and stay out of their way.
Pat Robertson s Fatwass

Philadelphia, PA

#15 Sep 21, 2017
Wondering wrote:
<quoted text>
Oh, and let's not forget the Parker and Wirthlin families that were forced to take their kids out of a Lexington, MA public school. They could have let them stay there if they accepted the school's gay agenda. They didn't.
You will doubtless lively hom skool them in urinating in rage on gay men in public places.

I hope the price paid for bigotry continues to rise.
Wondering

Tyngsboro, MA

#16 Sep 21, 2017
EdmondWA wrote:
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Gay people are.....
Heard all of that before.
Wondering

Tyngsboro, MA

#17 Sep 21, 2017
Pat Robertson s Fatwass wrote:
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You will doubtless lively hom skool them in urinating in rage on gay men in public places.

I hope the price paid for bigotry continues to rise.
You mean any difference of opinion.
Wondering

Tyngsboro, MA

#18 Sep 21, 2017
EdmondWA wrote:
<quoted text>

See post #12 for a rebuttal to everything he said.
Your rebuttals are pathetic failures. Some of them had nothing to do with what I said.

In this thread a gay teen said he's opposed to gay marriage and he was verbally attacked by his fellow homosexuals.

If a straight guy beats up a gay guy he should get 20 years behind bars.

If a gay man beats up a straight guy he probably had a good reason.

You are pathetic.

“A long time ago”

Since: Nov 09

in a galaxy far, far away....

#19 Sep 21, 2017
Wondering wrote:
Heard all of that before.
It apparently didn't sink in. You still seem to think that sharing the world with gay people will generate all kinds of "problems", and it never occurs to you that the people experiencing these problems are simply creating the problems for themselves.
Wondering

Tyngsboro, MA

#20 Sep 21, 2017
EdmondWA wrote:
<quoted text>

It apparently didn't sink in.
Because it's BS.
Pat Robertson s Fatwass

Philadelphia, PA

#21 Sep 21, 2017
Homophobes and racists are free to be their closet case, white supremacist [sic] selves. It's just they can't show it or act on it in places of public accommodations (and regarding buybull regions you have to add, "quite as freely as they could in the past.")

But in their broken homes and houses of worship of hate they are good to grand dragon go.

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