Growing support for gay marriage in B...

Growing support for gay marriage in Britain

There are 79 comments on the The Daily Star story from Dec 27, 2012, titled Growing support for gay marriage in Britain. In it, The Daily Star reports that:

LONDON: Nearly two-thirds of British people support plans to introduce gay marriage, according to a poll published on Thursday which showed growing backing for the reform.

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“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#25 Dec 27, 2012
Mick wrote:
Look at this bitchy fuckingtwat. Fuckingstupid mincer.
I'd tell people to look at you, but I'm not sure what in the hell you are supposed to be, sweetie. Am I supposed to be intimidated by your impotent childish insults or what?
Mick

London, UK

#26 Dec 27, 2012
Rick in Kansas wrote:
<quoted text>I'd tell people to look at you, but I'm not sure what in the hell you are supposed to be, sweetie. Am I supposed to be intimidated by your impotent childish insults or what?
You anally incontinent gimp.
rio

UK

#27 Dec 27, 2012
I think support for gay marriage will grow until it eventually becomes law.

Let's face it, it really should be an easy decision. Unlike other choice, this one will cost nothing, and go down very well in our liberal society.

Most heterosexuals can't see what there is to gain from preventing gay marriages. Apart from a minority of bigots entrenched in their mediaval prejudices (the churches? the Muslims?), who is really opposed to gay marriage? Certainly not the majority of Brits. In fact, it's marriage itself which has lost its value among heterosexual couples, as everyone knows ...
This Furor

Bristol, UK

#28 Dec 28, 2012
Uve wrote:
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Wow, aren't you a bigoted POS
What makes me bigoted? I have never sworn oath, nor engaged in same sex relations, nor taken the royal family as my superior.

I am carrying the swastika held high. Adolf Hitler's message will return and with it the reform of mankind.
This Furor

Bristol, UK

#29 Dec 28, 2012
rio wrote:
I think support for gay marriage will grow until it eventually becomes law.
Let's face it, it really should be an easy decision. Unlike other choice, this one will cost nothing, and go down very well in our liberal society.
Most heterosexuals can't see what there is to gain from preventing gay marriages. Apart from a minority of bigots entrenched in their mediaval prejudices (the churches? the Muslims?), who is really opposed to gay marriage? Certainly not the majority of Brits. In fact, it's marriage itself which has lost its value among heterosexual couples, as everyone knows ...
In order for there to be children in the world the exchange of bodily fluids must take place between a man and a women and with that the chance of transmittable diseases increases. Yet that is the small risk involved in procreation.

Now if you understand that homosexuals cannot reproduce why not ask the big question. Why are they repeatedly exposing themselves to the chance of picking up and communicating infectious disease?

And why must SOCIETY that is not sexually perverse suffer this practice that only does one thing; spread disease?

Queers will be exiled from the Reich.

They are crypto-pedophiles.

They are disease spreaders.

They are child abductors.

They are a financial bonfire that only vanity will fuel.

They are liberal pet loves, which must be taken away in order to cure liberals of their mental illness.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#30 Dec 28, 2012
Mick wrote:
You anally incontinent gimp.
Oh sweetie, I'm so sorry, I didn't realize that you were this mentally challenged, I had already pegged you as seriously maturity challenged and an emotional mess, as well as a blithering f*cking idiot, but I didn't realize that you were this bad off. It almost takes all the fun out of making fun of you.

“ reality, what a concept”

Since: Nov 07

this one

#31 Dec 28, 2012
This Furor wrote:
(nothing worth repeating)
Dear, you might want to consider consulting with a mental health professional, soon.
cymru

London, UK

#32 Dec 28, 2012
sky_blue_lea wrote:
Oh and cymryu whatever the eff your name means lol! Is that all you got. Wow what a come back haha looks like you have lost this battle if that's all you got to say to all my parrs! I like how u tried tho! Better luck next time
What battle do you think you've won?

You're the one who came onto this forum requesting that blokes send you their wank goo.

Right on, sister.
rio

Beckenham, UK

#33 Dec 28, 2012
This Furor wrote:
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In order for there to be children in the world the exchange of bodily fluids must take place between a man and a women
Not everybody is interested in parenthood, even among heterosexuals, so your point doesn't make sense.
Lifestyle should be a choice; hetero or homo, marriage or cohabitation, parent or childless, it's nobody's business to impose anything on others.
As a hetero, I support gay marriage as a sign of a tolerant society.
Now, go and grind your teeth somewhere else!!
cymru

London, UK

#34 Dec 28, 2012
rio wrote:
As a hetero, I support gay marriage as a sign of a tolerant society.
No you don't. As a taqiyya merchant, you're jumping on the bandwagon so you can pretend to be tolerant when you spout your pro-Islamic, anti-Jewish, anti-white bullshit.

You don't give a toss about gay marriage, and you're about as tolerant as your hero, Adolf Hitler.
rio

Beckenham, UK

#35 Dec 28, 2012
cymru wrote:
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No you don't. As a taqiyya merchant, you're jumping on the bandwagon so you can pretend to be tolerant when you spout your pro-Islamic, anti-Jewish, anti-white bullshit.
You don't give a toss about gay marriage, and you're about as tolerant as your hero, Adolf Hitler.
Go back to sleep!
cymru

London, UK

#36 Dec 28, 2012
rio wrote:
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Go back to sleep!
Make me, Abdul.
USA Huh

Chicago, IL

#38 Dec 28, 2012
I guess the Queen, err I mean, Elton John will be delighted or as they used to say he will be gay (pun intended)

Since: Mar 12

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#39 Dec 28, 2012
so hypothetically two heterosexual men or two hetero women could marry each other?
rio

Beckenham, UK

#40 Dec 28, 2012
mikev483 wrote:
so hypothetically two heterosexual men or two hetero women could marry each other?
Why not indeed?

Since: Mar 12

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#41 Dec 28, 2012
rio wrote:
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Why not indeed?
could you get any weirder?
rio

Beckenham, UK

#43 Dec 28, 2012
mikev483 wrote:
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could you get any weirder?
Could you get more stupid?

Have you heard a civil marriage ceremony in a registrar?

At no point does the registrar ask the couple if they have sex together, or have relationship outside this one, or their sexual preferences, etc...

Marriage is just a civil contract. End of story.

Since: Mar 12

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#44 Dec 28, 2012
GIGGS wrote:
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Still a thick bastard.. I see.
still not funny .....i see

Since: Mar 12

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#45 Dec 28, 2012
rio wrote:
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Could you get more stupid?
Have you heard a civil marriage ceremony in a registrar?
At no point does the registrar ask the couple if they have sex together, or have relationship outside this one, or their sexual preferences, etc...
Marriage is just a civil contract. End of story.
"Marriage is just a civil contract. End of story." is it really?

so why the push for same sex marriage in church?
rio

Beckenham, UK

#46 Dec 28, 2012
mikev483 wrote:
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"Marriage is just a civil contract. End of story." is it really?
so why the push for same sex marriage in church?
Because a religious marriage is NOT a civil contract, but a solemn pledge between 2 spouses in front of their religious congregation and offered to the deity of their choice.

Some gay people also want their union to be sanctified in Church/synagogue/temple, etc... in the religion of their choice. Same rights as heterosexuals couples. Basically they don't want to be excluded from their religion because of their lifestyle choice. Beside, religious marriages are a bit more flamboyant than their civil counterparts.

I cannot see why religions cannot accommodate them. I bet some won't. It's a case of pushing the boundaries, etc...

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