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Antlers, OK

Gay Marriage - Antlers, OK

Everyone against gay marriage: GIVE ME AN ACTUAL REASON FOR TWO PEOPLE WHO ARE OF THE SAME GENDER NOT BE ALLOWED TO GET MARRIED IF THEY WANT TO. oh and try not to include these words: God, bible, sin, jesus, or disgusting (or any synonyms of disgusting).  (Jan 18, 2012 | post #33)

Boston, MA

Gay Marriage - Boston, MA

I agree that getting married makes no sense... to a point. Marriage is not necessary if you are in love, but it is a decision, a freedom, a choice to get married. Marriage has some financial benefits to it and also some relationship security benefits as well (although looking at the divorce rate, I wouldn't say there's much security there :P). Marriage is a choice here in the USA because of our freedom. And our freedom should be shared with all; no matter their religion, race, background, or sexuality. And just because something makes no sense doesn't mean that you can't support it, just look at religions. A lot of them make no sense scientifically, but still billions of people believe in their religions anyways. Gay marriage all the way across the sky!  (Jan 18, 2012 | post #145)

Charlton, MA

Gay Marriage - Charlton, MA

what? how exactly are you "harrassed " (which is actually spelled harassed) by gays? Just so you know, gay is just a sexual preference, not your personality or how you act. If you hit on dudes because you want them in your pants, you are gay. If you hit on dudes ironically, you are a douche bag. If you act effeminately (if you are a guy), you are just flamboyant, which doesn't always signify homosexuality. I am close friends with people who are very flamboyant, but still like women. So please define how exactly you are harassed by these people.  (Jan 18, 2012 | post #3)

Greenfield, MA

Gay Marriage - Greenfield, MA

is what you are.  (Jan 18, 2012 | post #4)

Dedham, MA

Gay Marriage - Dedham, MA

And how does that statement make any sense!?  (Jan 18, 2012 | post #2)