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Happy Lesbo wrote:
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.. Topix is somewhat like a game of chess, one must think ahead ..
.. some Christian posters are offended by my sexual innuendos. I get that ..
dr Shrink wrote: "only try to shut your mouth about your bed filthy life, nobody need to look or hear at your look like man d......clitoris."
.. yes, Dr. Shrink's post is about sex ..
Counter_Strike wrote: "Interracial marriages is not supposed to be mentioned in the same sentence with teh likes of homosexual marriages. Racial rights have nothing to do with an abominable and fruitless act of debauchery."
.. yes, Counter-Strike's post is about sex ..
.. even tolerant Christians focus on the sexual aspects of homosexuality calling it sinful, an abomination, immoral, wrong ..
.. and, then, we have Catcher's post ..
Catcher1 wrote: "I commend this post from Counter_Strike to other posters here. I would be very interested in knowing what others think of his views. Will you condemn them? Will you support them? Will you remain silent, and thus give tacit approval?"
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While I understand what you're saying Ms. HL, the bottom line is that homosexuality is unnatural. While I agree in this era it is fast becoming normal in the eyes of several societies or countries, people like myself (male and female) will love and appreciate the opposite sex and want them when we are single. It is moral breakdowns and several other factors including rape, adultery, incest, mistreatment of individuals, low self-esteem and sexual abuse that has caused homosexuality to rise at such an alarming rate.

Many women (not all) start out by experimenting, then realize that a womans touch and sensuality may be more gentle and knowledgeable about a woman's body than a man's rough and oft uncivilized approach to sex and intimacy and also his lact of knowledge and ability to learn quickly about what females require sexually and intimately of her male partner. Likewise males >may< tend to become effeminate if they grow up among women and in a single parent home if the single parent is a female. The odds of this happening increases with the amount of males being raised by a single parent woman. This is for several reasons:

1. Because of a lack of male guidance. As admirable as the job many single parent women do, they are still not a better father figure than a worthy and responsible male partner who can be a husband and father. Try as single parents may, women can't make better dads than men (in most cases) and men cannot make better moms than women (almost in every case).

and 2). Women are far more liberal in thinking than men. Children pick up on these things very easily. A free spirited woman may not encourage but would also probably not object if her child (later on in life) were to experiment with same sex relationships. That kind of acceptance goes a long way over the many in society who may object to it. A parent's approval make the decision a whole lot easier.

In ending, while I am opposed to homosexuality and even more so to gay marriage, it doesn't mean that there are gay people that I don't know. I know a few, and we respect each other even though they are well aware of my stance. Because they are aware of it and respect by opinions or belief, they do not push their ideals on me nor do they display homosexuality before me or come into my home with it. Because of that respect, it leaves me not to impose my strong feelings against their lifestyle either. A conversation about it is usually done with both parties agreeing to a casula and respectful conversation or not at all. If a homosexual makes a sexual advance at me, then we have problems. In other words, if you and your friends make it a big deal, I will oblige in making it a problem. Leave it alone and obviously I would be less vocal.

Counter_Strike.

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Counter_Strike wrote:
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You're not asking questions to get answers because no answer will make a bit of difference to you. You're like a pre-recorded message set on repeat. You have no interest in the answers given to you except that they are given so you can ridicule them.
PS - What does Jesus have to say about lying?

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It aint necessarily so wrote:
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Shrink is a Christian, but apparently ashamed of it.
Trifecta identified him as one of his own:
http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/T0N0LOR...
And here he's wagging his sin finger and quoting scripture:
http://www.topix.com/forum/topstories/T0N0LOR...
It is always easier for a man to see his fails in another, and point it out. It is the means by which the stubborn and obstinate recognize, and eventually realize that they are condemning themselves.

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Serah wrote:
I think you will find most Christians don't want sex lives of other people shoved in their faces; and that they
And I think that you'll find that most non-Christians don't want the religious lives of other people shoved in their faces. How is your complaint different from mine apart from the obvious?

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Juicylu wrote:
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You're one of the few who isn't crazy :-)
LOL! Ya? I am too! I come here an beat "rocks", wait'n fer water ta flow from 'em all the time sis! That's the definition of insanity y'know!

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RiversideRedneck wrote:
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Nothing.
Don't even try giving me the "if you talk about gay then you are gay speech"...
If so, then you're Christian.
I'm just curious as to why gays do what they do, that's all.
I would suggest that the same mechanisms are involved for both heterosexuals and homosexuals, as to what motivates their actions, and to ask "why they do what they do" is a flawed line of reasoning - and question, too.

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Black Thunder 42 wrote:
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Contrite...HA!
Show me a person who is not contrite, and I will show you a despot and a murderer.
Now captain ya wouldn't be at that crossroad would ya with me.Contrite honestly could not show you one human being.I sure you could show me a despot of some many sorts.However the spirit can recover consciousness,flourish,restore ,reawaken.

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It aint necessarily so wrote:
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No doubt. The comment still stand.
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Your church is becoming weaker.
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No I don't. I expect you to become increasingly outnumbered and irrelevant. I have no interest in your church's opinion on anything.
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Really? Let's see.
When will you also realize that your opinions on homosexuality are useless? What you think of the church and Christianity isn't relevant to me nor does that affect me in any way. In fact, many churches these days may embrace you. I do not hate you, but I don't stand up for foolishness and evil. While you're a human being and I would not shun you if you needed help, nor scorn you if you were injured nor would I leave you to freeze to death in the snow if you had no home nor even watch idly by seeing someone trying to harm you, it still does not mean that I MUST like everything about you and that I MUST accept everything you do or the lifestyle you choose to lead.

I simply disagree 100% with the gay lifestle both spiritually, morally, physically, idealogically and also based on my faith. So on all counts I disagree with it and do not support it. Other than that, I have no problems with anyone in this room to sit down around a big table and share hot chocolate and pizza. Yet if during lunch, I see strange behavior and hear perverted rhetoric, you will be swiftly shown the door
and asked to stay out while being given warm blanket, wool cap and proper shoes and directions to the shelter down the street. I hope you can dig that.

Shalom!

Counter_Strike: For it is written; shun the very appearance of evil.

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G_O_D wrote:
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I think there are a lot of good people in this world. There are, though, a few great and a few evil that can lead them down one path or the other.
All too often you don't realize that until you are caught in the crossfire. Does that make one evil? There is a profound question...our peers decide- often without the right.

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scaritual wrote:
<quoted text>No, I wasn't implying that, since it is illegal in most states. I didn't think I need to imply it should be illegal since it is.
Well, Rhode Island has this odd arrangement:
"Rhode Island allows uncles to marry their nieces if they are part of a community, such as orthodox Jews, for whom such marriages are permitted" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laws_regarding_i...
No, as a matter of fact I pointed out that within your mythic bible, it's often condoned.
By the deity.
I didn't ask if it *is* legal.

I asked if *you think* it should be.

Do you?

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G_O_D wrote:
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You emphasize "spouse" (not a wife in the Hebrew).
Why not emphasize "sister" ?
Incest was common among the royalty of 1000 BC.

In days of old,
when knights was bold,
be it truly known...
to "espouse" was to take fer ones own.

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Juicylu wrote:
Lol. You should check out the Christian forum. True, there are debates that go on here but they're mostly civilised
Not by my standards.
Juicylu wrote:
Btw, I'm a new Christian who has not yet developed the full ability of turning the other cheek so if you attack me I will rebuke you
You have it backwards.
Juicylu wrote:
Then you slander people, including myself, by saying I call you a liar 'without cause'.
You have never felt the need to defend your allegations.

Just so that we understand each other, this isn't about what you said to me, but about your cheap Christian self-forgiveness on demand. I needed somebody to step up and demonstrate it for me.

Do you think that you are more useful to me and my point if you beg me to forgive you, or if you continue refusing to do?
Juicylu wrote:
those who use classic cyber bullying internet "debating" tactics
You called me a liar. There is nothing that I could do that would qualify as bullying until you beg for my forgiveness.
Juicylu wrote:
You say you want proof of my statements?
I call bullshirt!
That's pretty much my point, Dimmette. You don't mind if I start calling you that, do you? Thanks in advance.
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You assume I've spent too much time in 'the church' when I've been a believer (who has hardly ever set foot in a church)
The name Dimmette suits you well.
Juicylu wrote:
I am very forgiving

Of yourself, you mean, which is another of my points. Your shabby religion and lack of character make that easy for you to do.

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Happy Lesbo wrote:
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.. if both dogs give their consent, what's the problem ??..
They aren't humping his leg anymore ?

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wilderide wrote:
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PS - What does Jesus have to say about lying?
Why do atheists ask questions like that?

What do you care what Jesus said?

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wilderide wrote:
That is absolutely false.
You deal in too many absolutes. Worse, I disagree with your disagreement of our disagreeing.
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Complete BS.
You say that like there is something called 'incomplete BS'.
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You haven't the slightest idea what my morals are.
Nor do I care. the fact that you're a homosexual puts you at a moral handicap. So you don't need to struggle to speak about what twisted morals you may still yet have.
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And please,
What are you begging?
wilderide wrote:
...what is inherently debauched about homosexuality? You keep saying that, and I'm challenging you to rationalize it. I doubt very much you are up to it though.
Fail.

I have, several times. At one point I was lambasted for being too graphic. Hence my earlier point; you're not interested in answers. You're just here to beat an already tired agenda hoping that someone can side with you. How's that working out for you?
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If you are asking me if I can differentiate between homosexuality and incest, the answer is yes. Can you? Because based on what you've written, I don't think you do.
This is not what I asked. My questions were clear and required no interpretation. Therefore you dodged the question (predictably) and taken yourself away from answering.

Are my questions difficult for you. Do they conjure up sad memories?

CS.

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Black Thunder 42 wrote:
<quoted text> Most will never seek wisdom. It forces them to see themselves for what they are, and that is too painful a journey to bring to fruition...as it never ends.
Captain few ever do seek wisdom.
The naked,raw truth of one self.
That painful journey can bring fruitation.
and the truth is it never ends.

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scaritual wrote:
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I would suggest that the same mechanisms are involved for both heterosexuals and homosexuals, as to what motivates their actions, and to ask "why they do what they do" is a flawed line of reasoning - and question, too.
It isn't flawed to ask why a person does what they do...

It's an honest question, I wanted an honest answer.

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mobile7 wrote:
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You are a very confused person. Have you ever considered getting a job or at the very least, an education? You know nothing at all about other peoples beliefs..
Who are you to claim superiority over others? You are showing more ignorance than all of them combined...You are making a fool of yourself
ROFLMAO

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Counter_Strike wrote:
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When will you also realize that your opinions on homosexuality are useless? What you think of the church and Christianity isn't relevant to me nor does that affect me in any way. In fact, many churches these days may embrace you. I do not hate you, but I don't stand up for foolishness and evil. While you're a human being and I would not shun you if you needed help, nor scorn you if you were injured nor would I leave you to freeze to death in the snow if you had no home nor even watch idly by seeing someone trying to harm you, it still does not mean that I MUST like everything about you and that I MUST accept everything you do or the lifestyle you choose to lead.
I simply disagree 100% with the gay lifestle both spiritually, morally, physically, idealogically and also based on my faith. So on all counts I disagree with it and do not support it. Other than that, I have no problems with anyone in this room to sit down around a big table and share hot chocolate and pizza. Yet if during lunch, I see strange behavior and hear perverted rhetoric, you will be swiftly shown the door
and asked to stay out while being given warm blanket, wool cap and proper shoes and directions to the shelter down the street. I hope you can dig that.
Shalom!
Counter_Strike: For it is written; shun the very appearance of evil.
Keep the cocoa, I'm having beer with my pizza.

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Juicylu wrote:
Laughing so much I have tears
I am suddenly reminded of this:
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