Gays and lesbians abuse freedom

Gays and lesbians abuse freedom

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Unclassified

UK

#1 Feb 22, 2013
I don't believe in same sex marriages. I think that gay rights activists are going too far. Look at womens freedom. Women before were more dignified. I do believe in womens rights but flashing your naked body around isn't a statement. Anyway back to the point. Gays are fine people. Every gay person I know has a really close friend of the opposite gender that they could have a successful relationship with. Ok if you have sexual urges you want to fulfil but marriage is too big a step. Find a person of the other gender even if they're gay too for the purpose of reproduction and maintaining a normal family. Don't adopt a child between you and curse this child through years of bullying.

Since: Mar 07

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#2 Feb 22, 2013
Unclassified wrote:
I don't believe in same sex marriages. I think that gay rights activists are going too far........
How dare those gay people love their spouses just as much as everyone else does, and want the same protections for their families that every other American receives!

Who do they think they are, wanting the exact same things for themselves and their families that the rest of the country demands?

Why, the very thought that gay people might fall in love the same way everyone else dreams of, and form strong families and raise great kids is an offense against freedom!

{S}

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#3 Feb 22, 2013
Unclassified wrote:
I don't believe in same sex marriages.
Sounds like a personal problem that is best solved by you turning down any marriage proposals from anyone of the same sex, not by us forgetting about being treated as equals.
Unclassified wrote:
I think that gay rights activists are going too far.
Another personal problem, sweetie. We still have a way to go yet until we're going to be done here. You might want to work on your coping skills.
Unclassified wrote:
Look at womens freedom.
And the train of thought gets sidetracked.
Unclassified wrote:
Women before were more dignified.
Now there's an adjective that gets thrown around all that often any more.
Unclassified wrote:
I do believe in womens rights but flashing your naked body around isn't a statement.
It's a statement alright, you just aren't getting it. Sorry.
Unclassified wrote:
Anyway back to the point.
I thought that tangent was supposed to be your point, instead it was just you wandering off. Have you ever been tested for attention deficit disorder?
Unclassified wrote:
Gays are fine people.
Most of us, there are some of us that even I have a hard time liking.
Unclassified wrote:
Every gay person I know has a really close friend of the opposite gender that they could have a successful relationship with.
Do you have a really close friend of the same gender that you could have a "successful relationship" with? You're kidding right? Every gay person and their really close friend of the opposite gender you know has my permission to slap you on sight until that silly thought leaves your head.
Unclassified wrote:
Ok if you have sexual urges you want to fulfil but marriage is too big a step.
Sweetie, your issues with people of the same sex marrying and actually having sex, not our problem. Period. If you don't want to marry of the same sex, for God's sake, don't, but we are talking about being treated as equals under the law. You are just going to need to learn to cope.
Unclassified wrote:
Find a person of the other gender even if they're gay too for the purpose of reproduction and maintaining a normal family.
In a word, NO.
Unclassified wrote:
Don't adopt a child between you and curse this child through years of bullying.
Don't ever breed, we won't have future bullies to worry about. Sorry buttercup, but we aren't giving into assh*les like you any more.

Uve

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#5 Feb 22, 2013
piggly wiggly wrote:
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Please stop molesting little boys.
only if you do!
Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#6 Feb 22, 2013
Unclassified wrote:
I don't believe in same sex marriages. I think that gay rights activists are going too far. Look at womens freedom. Women before were more dignified. I do believe in womens rights but flashing your naked body around isn't a statement. Anyway back to the point. Gays are fine people. Every gay person I know has a really close friend of the opposite gender that they could have a successful relationship with. Ok if you have sexual urges you want to fulfil but marriage is too big a step. Find a person of the other gender even if they're gay too for the purpose of reproduction and maintaining a normal family. Don't adopt a child between you and curse this child through years of bullying.
Gay guys have no attraction or erection for women
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You would be a virgin forever; sugar
Unclassified

UK

#8 Feb 23, 2013
It's ok to fall in love with someone and have a relationship with them but marriage is just a no for me.
Where exactly do you intend to go with all this campaigning ok gays should be respected as equals to anyone else and all but you are defacing marriage. There were gays in the past but im pretty sure they didn't go boasting about the fact that they were gay. I'm sure that if you try and get erect you can -I'm a woman so I wouldn't know. I'm not straight I'm bi which is probably why I'm a little more flexible about these relationships. I would never marry a woman or have a public relationship with her. I would let my husband know of my urges so that it isn't really cheating. I would open myself to love a woman but we can remain as lovers. Also im single and have never had two relationships or once or been near enough to try
Rainbow Kid

Alpharetta, GA

#9 Feb 23, 2013
Unclassified wrote:
It's ok to fall in love with someone and have a relationship with them but marriage is just a no for me.
Where exactly do you intend to go with all this campaigning ok gays should be respected as equals to anyone else and all but you are defacing marriage. There were gays in the past but im pretty sure they didn't go boasting about the fact that they were gay. I'm sure that if you try and get erect you can -I'm a woman so I wouldn't know. I'm not straight I'm bi which is probably why I'm a little more flexible about these relationships. I would never marry a woman or have a public relationship with her. I would let my husband know of my urges so that it isn't really cheating. I would open myself to love a woman but we can remain as lovers. Also im single and have never had two relationships or once or been near enough to try
A woman can fake orgasm
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A 100% borngay guy cannot fake it
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Erection is 'not' voluntarily controlled like purposely wiggling a finger or toe
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Erection is involuntary; and is neither under direct control nor indirect control of its owner; in any way whatsoever
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"As a minority, gays differ by nature from the majority -- not in our attraction to the same sex, but only in our physical lack of response to the opposite sex. Being naturally impotent for procreative sex, innately gay men were referred to in the ancient world as "born eunuchs" or just "eunuchs." Meanwhile, women who innately lacked response to men were seen as a particular kind of "virgins."
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(from this link):
http://www.well.com/user/aquarius/

Since: Mar 07

Location hidden

#10 Feb 23, 2013
Unclassified wrote:
It's ok to fall in love with someone and have a relationship with them but marriage is just a no for me.
Where exactly do you intend to go with all this campaigning ok gays should be respected as equals to anyone else and all but you are defacing marriage..........
If you want to stop gay people from valuing marriage, then you need to make sure to stop teaching that concept to ALL children, everywhere.

Because some of them are gay, and they are listening.

And can you explain how strong and loving married couples and their families are "defacing" your marriage?

Is it really that weak?

Since: Mar 07

Location hidden

#11 Feb 23, 2013
Unclassified wrote:
....... There were gays in the past but im pretty sure they didn't go boasting about the fact that they were gay.......
Now I see. You think the past is the way to go. Stay silent and in the closet.

You are proposing that as long as gay folks pretend to be straight and just quietly marry unsuspecting straight people they can't be attracted to or love, then you feel a bit better about yourself.

I gather that you would have no problem with your child marrying a closeted gay person, or marrying one yourself? After all, you can't support those historical loveless marriages of convenience unless you would be willing to endure one yourself.

I mean, otherwise you would be a hypocrite.
Unclassified

UK

#12 Feb 23, 2013
Quest wrote:
<quoted text>
I gather that you would have no problem with your child marrying a closeted gay person, or marrying one yourself? After all, you can't support those historical loveless marriages of convenience unless you would be willing to endure one yourself.
Yes I would have no problem if I or my child married a closeted gay person. I would rather that than have my child or anyone boast about being gay. Coming out isn't necessary if it'll make your life harder and open you to criticism. If I married a closeted gay I would compromise with him so that our relationship is successful. It would not put me off
Chad

Ukraine

#13 Feb 23, 2013
Unclassified wrote:
I don't believe in same sex marriages. I think that gay rights activists are going too far. Look at womens freedom. Women before were more dignified. I do believe in womens rights but flashing your naked body around isn't a statement. Anyway back to the point. Gays are fine people. Every gay person I know has a really close friend of the opposite gender that they could have a successful relationship with. Ok if you have sexual urges you want to fulfil but marriage is too big a step. Find a person of the other gender even if they're gay too for the purpose of reproduction and maintaining a normal family. Don't adopt a child between you and curse this child through years of bullying.
Very well said!

Uve

Since: Nov 12

Location hidden

#14 Feb 23, 2013
piggly wiggly wrote:
<quoted text>
So you molest little boys also? Please stop.
I don't..don't even like children..But obviously your fixated on it which suggests a problem with you. Your BS tactic of trying to dehumanize, insult and demean gay people with generalized bigoted quips isn't working. Next time when you think some one wants to hear your opinion, think again..POS

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#15 Feb 23, 2013
Unclassified wrote:
It's ok to fall in love with someone and have a relationship with them but marriage is just a no for me.
Your "issues" should be our problem why exactly?
Unclassified wrote:
Where exactly do you intend to go with all this campaigning ok gays should be respected as equals to anyone else and all but you are defacing marriage.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/new s/newstopics/howaboutthat/4796 811/Grandmother-is-most-marrie d-woman-after-tying-the-knot-2 3-times.html
Unclassified wrote:
There were gays in the past but im pretty sure they didn't go boasting about the fact that they were gay.
Because we had a great deal to fear from open-minded people such as yourselves who are freaked out by your own homoerotic fantasies. Some of you straight folk are known to be dangerous on many levels to our general health and well being.
Unclassified wrote:
I'm sure that if you try and get erect you can -I'm a woman so I wouldn't know. I'm not straight I'm bi which is probably why I'm a little more flexible about these relationships. I would never marry a woman or have a public relationship with her. I would let my husband know of my urges so that it isn't really cheating. I would open myself to love a woman but we can remain as lovers. Also im single and have never had two relationships or once or been near enough to try
Now there's an unexpected twist given your animosity towards your lesbian and gay sisters and brothers. Being Bi, you were given a choice as to which side of the homo/hetero dichotomy you are most comfortable, we weren't and neither were your hetero sisters and brothers. I know you wouldn't want to consider your future plans for an open marriage where you get to indulge your attractions to the same sex to be "defacing" marriage or "cheating", but there are those who would disagree with you on that. Not me mind you, but the Christian rules on adultery are pretty clear.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#16 Feb 23, 2013
Unclassified wrote:
Yes I would have no problem if I or my child married a closeted gay person. I would rather that than have my child or anyone boast about being gay. Coming out isn't necessary if it'll make your life harder and open you to criticism. If I married a closeted gay I would compromise with him so that our relationship is successful. It would not put me off
Sweetie, you may not believe that coming out is necessary, but whether you want to admit it or not, that is nothing more than a product of your own self-loathing, an unfortunate trait that we shouldn't be forced to share. Whether you want to believe it or not, there is absolutely NOTHING wrong with living the truth as the good Lord made us. Your poison is no longer effective, we will no longer cower in fear just because people like you have "issues".
Unclassified

Bushey, UK

#17 Feb 23, 2013
I think that your surroundings may actually affect you coming out. I know that no one in this forum knows me so I can admit that but in my real world or surroundings I would rather a loser who has no friends than be a lesbian. Coming out can ruin you. After a while people get used to it but still keep their distance. A tiny number of people around me have come out and I can say that only one of them made through it with a smile. The rest where better off not saying it as they end up jumping back in the closet and claiming it was a joke though you can see it in their eyes. Some people have the comfort to do so.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#18 Feb 23, 2013
Unclassified wrote:
I think that your surroundings may actually affect you coming out.
Of course it does sweetie. I hit the jackpot in the parentage department, I felt loved and accepted enough to come out while I was 17 (we're talking 1979 here). I had their help in living the truth of my homosexuality. I still benefit from the love and support they showed me back then. But I know gay folk who drew seriously short straws when it comes to the folk who raise them and experienced various forms of hell on Earth for no other reason than their having been born to be different. Far too many straight folk should never be allowed around gay children, but they end up having them anyways.
Unclassified wrote:
I know that no one in this forum knows me so I can admit that but in my real world or surroundings I would rather a loser who has no friends than be a lesbian.
And that my dear is your problem, not ours. Sorry, if you really want folk who share in your self-loathing, you have picked the seriously wrong audience.
Unclassified wrote:
Coming out can ruin you.
It shouldn't have to and staying in the closet, even if you keep the light on like you do, doesn't make anything better for anyone. Unless you are going to get self-ejected from your closet as a result of your own inappropriate behavior, we need a world where coming out is a welcoming place for anyone.
Unclassified wrote:
After a while people get used to it but still keep their distance.
Sweetie, we're not to blame for problems that folk like you choose to have with us.
Unclassified wrote:
A tiny number of people around me have come out and I can say that only one of them made through it with a smile.
Coming out to someone who is as self-loathing of their own bisexuality as you are, I don't find that the least bit surprising. You do come across as rather toxic to anyone who might be around you for any length of time.
Unclassified wrote:
The rest where better off not saying it as they end up jumping back in the closet and claiming it was a joke though you can see it in their eyes.
Suuuuure they do, of course you know scads of re-closeted homosexuals, we all do.
Unclassified wrote:
Some people have the comfort to do so.
The only one you're kidding with that is you.
Uncle cracker

Dublin, OH

#19 Feb 23, 2013
Unclassified wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes I would have no problem if I or my child married a closeted gay person. I would rather that than have my child or anyone boast about being gay. Coming out isn't necessary if it'll make your life harder and open you to criticism. If I married a closeted gay I would compromise with him so that our relationship is successful. It would not put me off
what century are you living in?

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