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#613937 Apr 6, 2013
Aerobatty wrote:
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Didn't say it was.
But it grabs those young, impressionable minds before they can decide for themselves.
When they're still susceptible to fantasies like Santa Claus and the tooth fairy.
Getting a little testes....I mean testy, RR?
If evasion was an art form, you'd be the Michelangelo of it.

I said:

"Because kids shouldn't be taught that. It doesn't belong in public schools - no more than prayer does. Teach it in college, but not to young, impressionable minds."

And you said:

"Like Christianity is?"

Implying that Christianity is taught in schools.

Christianity, or religions in general, may catch the eye of impressionable young minds, but that is not the fault of the public school system.

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#613938 Apr 6, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>You have a limited understanding of human sexuality.
No I don't. I'm talking about the three "basic" types, not all the different "complex" types.

You have no understanding of basic vs complex.

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#613939 Apr 6, 2013
Aerobatty wrote:
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Why is the same thing so hard for you?
By my writing "prove my belief", I'm admitting that it's a belief....

'_'

“I see quantum effects”

Since: Jan 11

In the macro world.

#613940 Apr 6, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
<quoted text>No gay agenda?!? LMAO! gayagenda.com/ would disagree with you....

"The age at which the lesson is learned doesn't matter, as long as the lesson is true"

O_o

So you'd agree with teaching a 3 year old boy all about the desired for sex that most people have?

Or a 3 year old girl about "men are assholes"?

Dude, OF COURSE there's an age for every lesson. Junior high kids, hell even high school kids, don't need to be taught about the awesomeness that is gay.

That's a course for adults, not kids!
Sure. Kids in elementary school NEVER call other kids gay, do they.

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#613941 Apr 6, 2013
Aerobatty wrote:
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Well, I'm not over 2000 years old.
Yet.
Sometimes I feel close to it...

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#613942 Apr 6, 2013
Aerobatty wrote:
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What about priests and other clergy who eventually accept that there is no god.
Can't say they were unwilling.
Why would god make them incapable?
Dunno. I'd have to see someone other than a generalized guess.

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#613943 Apr 6, 2013
Aerobatty wrote:
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You left out A.
There actually are asexuals.
They just don't like sex. Period.
I know, but asexuals are very uncommon.

Again, I was only referring to the three basic, most common, types of sexuality.

Straight
Gay
Bi

That's it.

You're probably one of the three.

Most of us are probably one of the three.

But nobody is more than one of the three.

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#613944 Apr 6, 2013
Anon wrote:
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I was raised a Catholic and attended a Catholic grade school. From the age of seven to fourteen, I was inundated with the Christian doctrine (mandatory church attendance, a prayer for everything, the one true faith, etc.) and at that tender age, I wholly believed it. I prayed fervently to god for advice or guidance on matters that concerned me, hundreds of times, and the answer was always the same - nothing! Why would god not reply to a seven year old boy who at that time loved him deeply and completely? As I grew older, I slowly began to realize that belief had no effect on any aspect of my life, or anything else, and by the age of sixteen I severed all ties with religion, much to the dismay of my parents, but they were loving enough to accept my decision. I've never once regretted my departure from a manufactured god.
If the answer to all of your prayers was always the same, "nothing", then God knew you never truly believed.

You severed all ties with religion at the ripe old age of 16?

And you think you really looked to God?

C'mon...

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#613945 Apr 6, 2013
Aerobatty wrote:
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Sure. Kids in elementary school NEVER call other kids gay, do they.
They also call each other "stupidhead", "dumbbutt", etc.

They don't know what they're doing. They're kids.

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#613946 Apr 6, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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If the answer to all of your prayers was always the same, "nothing", then God knew you never truly believed.
You severed all ties with religion at the ripe old age of 16?
And you think you really looked to God?
C'mon...
Ah, the great religious cop out - if you don't feel god, you never really believed in the first place.

LOL

Such a great con....

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#613947 Apr 6, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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No gay agenda?!? LMAO! gayagenda.com/ would disagree with you....
"The age at which the lesson is learned doesn't matter, as long as the lesson is true"
O_o
So you'd agree with teaching a 3 year old boy all about the desired for sex that most people have?
Or a 3 year old girl about "men are assholes"?
Dude, OF COURSE there's an age for every lesson. Junior high kids, hell even high school kids, don't need to be taught about the awesomeness that is gay.
That's a course for adults, not kids!
You're conflating the issue. Teaching kids about sex is not synonymous with teaching kids about human rights.

And I made clear that I was using the negative form of the word agenda. As in - those gays have an agenda to advance their goals to our detriment.

Since: Sep 10

Hong Kong

#613948 Apr 6, 2013
OCB wrote:
<quoted text>I found the same thing in Japan and Thailand- that the people are VERY hospitable and VERY genuine and sincere.
I found the Japanese and the Thais to be even more hospitable than the people of the many countries I've been to in Europe.
About the language barrier- not really in Japan as it is mandatory for children in school to learn English- or at least it was when I was there which was many years ago.
The funny thing is that while every Japanese person we encountered could understand English, write English and read English, they did have a hard time with pronunciation.
But that didn't create too much of a barrier.
Anyway, am glad to hear you are enjoying your visit!
I recently read a very interesting article--neuroscience findings about accents, pronunciation. I don't have time now, but later I will try to give you a gist of it.

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#613949 Apr 6, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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My bad. I thought you were an atheist.
I am an atheist... being an atheist does not mean believing that gods cannot exist. It means not believing in a god. I recall that you have trouble with this distinction, and I would rather not get into it again.

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#613950 Apr 6, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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No I don't. I'm talking about the three "basic" types, not all the different "complex" types.
You have no understanding of basic vs complex.
When you say "there are three types of sexuality. that's it" I tend to take you at your word that that's what you think. If you don't believe that every single human must fit nearly into one of those molds, don't say it.

Since: Sep 10

Hong Kong

#613951 Apr 6, 2013
Aura Mytha wrote:
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A Roman in Rome is hardly aware of the fact.
Great post, Aura.

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#613952 Apr 6, 2013
Just Think wrote:
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Ah, the great religious cop out - if you don't feel god, you never really believed in the first place.
LOL
Such a great con....
In sorry that the truth hurts you.

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#613953 Apr 6, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>You're conflating the issue. Teaching kids about sex is not synonymous with teaching kids about human rights.
And I made clear that I was using the negative form of the word agenda. As in - those gays have an agenda to advance their goals to our detriment.
You're ignoring the issue. Teaching kids about procreation - the science of it - is one thing, teaching kinds that gay Oar straight relationships are right or wrong is another.

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#613954 Apr 6, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>I am an atheist... being an atheist does not mean believing that gods cannot exist. It means not believing in a god. I recall that you have trouble with this distinction, and I would rather not get into it again.
LMAO!!

Another poster trying to refine the dictionary....

Sure, sure. And a straight man that sucks a cock is still straight....

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#613955 Apr 6, 2013
timn17 wrote:
<quoted text>When you say "there are three types of sexuality. that's it" I tend to take you at your word that that's what you think. If you don't believe that every single human must fit nearly into one of those molds, don't say it.
"The three", remember?

"There's the three basic types of sexual preference and/or orientation."

I understand your confusion.

I won't hold it against you.

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#613956 Apr 6, 2013
RiversideRedneck wrote:
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You're ignoring the issue. Teaching kids about procreation - the science of it - is one thing, teaching kinds that gay Oar straight relationships are right or wrong is another.
Yeah. We also should probably hold off on telling our kids that racism is wrong. let them figure that one out for themselves.

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