Lesbian couple in gay marriage case prepares for Supreme Court decision

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Big change is coming to the lives of the lesbian couple at the center of the fight for same-sex marriage in California no matter how the Supreme Court decides their case.
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How do you know they are well adjusted? A child doesn't need to adjust.
They are either very soft, because they have had no dad, or they are very aggressive, bitter, or a sucker because they had no mother.
NOW SUPPORT RATCHET!
Would you like to come and meet the children, that I know personally, that are being raised by gay couples?

Why don't you ask gay people who are raising kids how it works, and what the challenges are?

You have your own unsupported ideas, based on your personal experience, but can't imagine that anyone else might have a different personal experience.

Comparing kids raised by single parents, to kids raised by loving and caring COUPLES just doesn't work - it's NOT the same, any more than two women are exactly the same, or two men.

It's silly to come to a gay/lesbian forum and tell US how our kids are doing, when you have never met a gay parent or a child raised by gay parents.

If you really want to know, ASK. Don't assume.
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Quest wrote:
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Any proof of that?
Yes, but you lacked one, so you wouldn't know what sickness you have in your heart. Very sad.
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LargeLanguage wrote:
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No, you should get another husband, moron!
But say I love him with all of my being and could never let another man into my heart or my bed. Now what?
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Quest wrote:
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Would you like to come and meet the children, that I know personally, that are being raised by gay couples?
Why don't you ask gay people who are raising kids how it works, and what the challenges are?
You have your own unsupported ideas, based on your personal experience, but can't imagine that anyone else might have a different personal experience.
Comparing kids raised by single parents, to kids raised by loving and caring COUPLES just doesn't work - it's NOT the same, any more than two women are exactly the same, or two men.
It's silly to come to a gay/lesbian forum and tell US how our kids are doing, when you have never met a gay parent or a child raised by gay parents.
If you really want to know, ASK. Don't assume.
A mother nurturs, gays can't in the same way. A father provides courage and confidence for the child, a lesbians can't in the same way.

Go now, I don't need to be told by you.
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But say I love him with all of my being and could never let another man into my heart or my bed. Now what?
You can't love someone of the same sex. Now look here, if your husband has dead, you should get another husband. And don't go lucking to more for support and confidence on a public forum, because you have no man. Scoot off, runt!

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LargeLanguage wrote:
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Yes, but you lacked one, so you wouldn't know what sickness you have in your heart. Very sad.
What do I lack?

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LargeLanguage wrote:
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A mother nurturs, gays can't in the same way. A father provides courage and confidence for the child, a lesbians can't in the same way.
Go now, I don't need to be told by you.
Are you saying that all men are incapable of nurturing their own children? You are really saying that all women are incapable of instilling confidence and courage in a child? And you can say these things, even though you have never met a single child raised by gay parents?

You have to see that this just isn't logical.

All of that aside, you seem to missing the most important part of this discussion on marriage.

It's not about who you think are the best parents for kids. This is not about your idea of the perfect family. There are 1.5 million children ALREADY being raised by gay parents. There is NO provision in any marriage law that prevents that, or WILL prevent that in the future.

The only question is whether or not those 1.5 million kids will be even more secure with married parents, than without them. Can you provide any reasoning for the idea that some kids are more secure and protected if their parents can NEVER legally marry?

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Go now, I don't need to be told by you.
Why not? I have the experience, both personal and otherwise, that you don't. Why not learn something from the people involved?

Don't you think that knowledge is important when making up your mind about such important things like the security of other people's families?

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Francisco dAnconia wrote:
your post is a perfect example of how your agenda works!
It is? Damn, I really am that good.
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what substantive points did you raise?
None whatsoever, there was no need to given the substance-less rant I was responding to.
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all you have is elementary insults and announcements of your own inferiority complex...
if you say so sweetie. But remember I am considering the source.
Francisco dAnconia wrote:
this "all opposition is bigotry" just makes you look silly...
You might have a point if that was anywhere close to what I told are little blogging friend. Maybe you should have a grown up help you read posts so you can understand them better.
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I know, I know I am a bigot for calling you out on your childish tack...
No dear, just an assh*le who once again can't even fake having a clue. Thanks for playing though.

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A mother nurturs, gays can't in the same way. A father provides courage and confidence for the child, a lesbians can't in the same way.
Go now, I don't need to be told by you.
men can also nurture. some even better than a mother...

again, it is clear why you were never selected by another human as being fit for a mate or reproduction...

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You are the damaged goods, child.
To which I reply with a hearty "duh".
Be warned, Large. If you choose to cross verbal swords with me, you'll become the latest laughing stock on Topix.

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>men can also nurture. some even better than a mother...
again, it is clear why you were never selected by another human as being fit for a mate or reproduction...
BS woodtick.

http://blog.heritage.org/2013/03/25/morning-b...

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KiMare wrote:
not harldy...men can certainly nurture as well as women...

perhpas you are not really familiar with the word...

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>not harldy...men can certainly nurture as well as women...
perhpas you are not really familiar with the word...
Perhaps you are not familiar with gender distinctions?

It is not even a question of can either nurture, but one of how are they distinct.

Do you see where the denial of relational distinctions cause a domino effect of stupidity? Makes you as smart as a tick.

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Perhaps you are not familiar with gender distinctions?
It is not even a question of can either nurture, but one of how are they distinct.
Do you see where the denial of relational distinctions cause a domino effect of stupidity? Makes you as smart as a tick.
Smile.
gender distinctions are not set in stone..again, i implore you to look uyp the word lest you look even more foolish than you do now..

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<quoted text>BS.. the 'heritage' garbage is heretical!
You actually looked at the link? why?

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<quoted text>BS.. the 'heritage' garbage is heretical!
Well I guess that 'logic' settles it troll!

Thanks for your opinion.

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>gender distinctions are not set in stone..again, i implore you to look uyp the word lest you look even more foolish than you do now..
Of course gender distinctions are not set in stone. There are over 200 distinctions in the spectrum between masculinity and femininity, with GLBT smack in the 4% middle confused about which way to go.

Come again if you can (pun intended).

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woodtick57 wrote:
<quoted text>You actually looked at the link? why?
Your bigotry is one reason why you are such an idiot.

That's why.

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Of course gender distinctions are not set in stone. There are over 200 distinctions in the spectrum between masculinity and femininity, with GLBT smack in the 4% middle confused about which way to go.
Come again if you can (pun intended).
Snicker.
So you admit that men can nurture as well as women...

good on you for being able to admit you were wrong.

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