I think the point that we've all been trying to make, lo these many years, is that your truth--which is marriage can only occur between opposite-gender couples--is not our truth.KiMare wrote:
Real love and real truth go hand in hand. They are always united. You keep trying to claim love by denying the truth. You end up with neither.
Reality does not belong to you. It is not yours to create. It simply is.
You confuse your changing ignorance with reality changing.
The reality is, the sky is different because of different conditions. The reality is, you like males because you are homosexual.
A person's knowledge, honesty and wisdom determine how accurately they perceive truth and reality.
The reality of the sky didn't change when you went to Arizona, your understanding did.
You demand that the reality of marriage change. I simply point out that a SCOTUS ruling didn't grow a vagina on one gay partner, nor did it make them capable of mutual procreation, nor did it equate them to the diverse union of genders.
You react to my stating those things, when it is reality that you should be angry at. It is reality rejecting your demands.
I'm sorry, I refuse to redefine truth, facts and reality. If that is being obtuse, so be it.
However, I would suggest you have taken one of the most idiotic politically correct coined phrases and repeated it without logical discretion.
A person's perceptions determining how well they have addressed their blind spots.
If your view were truth, there would be no half-truths.
But even you don't really believe what you say. That is why you angrily debate me on here.
Why debate if truth is not universal?
Damn your denial makes you stupid. That's the truth.
See, no one from this side of the fence has ever suggested that straight people shouldn't be allowed to marry. Well, I guess some have suggested that the government should get out of determining who may and may not marry. But no one is arguing against your right to marry the woman that you choose.
That's your truth--to marry the woman you choose... You get to make that decision based on whatever attracts you to her--be it brains, boobs, butt, or a combination. You get to determine if you want to marry for love or to start a family.
You get to choose who you marry and why you want to marry.
We, to date, do not have that option. We're getting there. And with the SCOTUS decision, we've taken an enormous step in that direction.
But this argument all along has been about allowing the LGBT community to have the right to determine who they wish to legally marry. This is our truth. This is our reality.
We don't impede yours. You should step out of our way. And by "you" I don't mean you, specifically. I mean the "universal you". We don't really care about your opinion of us. We continue our journey with or without you.