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Dallas judge paves way for gay couple to get divorce

Where I'm from sex with animals is considered Animal Cruelty. Maybe things aren't the same in Texas. However, 2 consenting adults marrying has nothing to do with a human forcing him/herself onto an animal.  (Oct 3, 2009 | post #26)

Gay/Lesbian

Homosexuality against natural law

If you're having any fun, sex--gay or straight--should always feel like you're breaking past the laws of nature.  (Oct 3, 2009 | post #208)

Gay/Lesbian

Lithuania Anti-Gay Law: 'Protection Of Minors' Law Passes...

Sapir-Whorf*  (Oct 3, 2009 | post #155)

Gay/Lesbian

Lithuania Anti-Gay Law: 'Protection Of Minors' Law Passes...

Why don't you look up some modern statistics about pedophilia? 1988? Is that a joke? I'm sure you'll find that pedophilia is dominated by older men molesting young members of their families. Does this mean that all heterosexual males are thus pedophiles AND incestuous? Quit slinging around meaningless insinuations.  (Oct 3, 2009 | post #154)

Gay/Lesbian

Lithuania Anti-Gay Law: 'Protection Of Minors' Law Passes...

Ever heard of the Sapir=Whorf Hypothesis?  (Oct 3, 2009 | post #153)

Gay/Lesbian

Dallas judge paves way for gay couple to get divorce

Was it ever REALLY a part of America? Maybe they're starting to catch up in their own way?  (Oct 2, 2009 | post #16)

Gay/Lesbian

Gay Marriage Billboard in Greensboro Could Spur Debate

Fundamentalist Christians and Mormons are the equivalent of Muslim Jihadists. You're all crazy. You're all stupid. And, you're all making the world an unbearable, not to mention VIOLENT, place to live. If you learned to keep your goddamned religion to yourself, many contemporary problems would be solved.  (Oct 2, 2009 | post #411)

Gay/Lesbian

Gay Marriage Billboard in Greensboro Could Spur Debate

It's interesting how little the fundamentalist/mor mon "morality " police know about ethics.  (Oct 2, 2009 | post #408)

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Gay Marriage Billboard in Greensboro Could Spur Debate

question*  (Oct 2, 2009 | post #397)

Gay/Lesbian

Gay Marriage Billboard in Greensboro Could Spur Debate

If heterosexuals would keep their sexual orientation to themselves, and get out of the way, then, maybe, your statement would have some validity.  (Oct 2, 2009 | post #396)

Gay/Lesbian

Gay Marriage Billboard in Greensboro Could Spur Debate

Where, then, is the appropriate venue for oppressed minorities to address an overwhelmingly ignorant and/or apathetic public? **If you looked at the billboard, it didn't push anything. It asked a question: "Haven't we waited long enough?" You can easily answer "NO."** The only way it pushed anything is by making individuals feel bad about their responses to that question. If you feel bad, then maybe you ought to reevaluate your politics.  (Oct 2, 2009 | post #395)

Gay/Lesbian

Gay Marriage Billboard in Greensboro Could Spur Debate

YOUR creator. We have freedom of Religion. You're not American.  (Oct 2, 2009 | post #384)

Gay/Lesbian

Gay Marriage Billboard in Greensboro Could Spur Debate

Bla. I should have assumed that the conversation would be dumbed down by the Bible-beaters. We're not talking about infringing on your religion here. Your crazy churches can still do all the crazy hoopla you've always done. You don't have to be tolerant or welcoming if you don't want. You don't have to understand the teachings of your own messiah, if you don't care to ("Love thy neighbor" "Love thy enemy"). We're talking about the equal right to sign civil contracts. There is no religion involved, as there shouldn't be. And, people of varying religious beliefs ALSO have rights. Get a flipping clue, morons.  (Oct 1, 2009 | post #353)

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Try thinking HARDER

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Chicago/KCMo

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Andersonville

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Animal Collective

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