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originally posted by: Bluntone22
This is an odd topic in my opinion mostly because these things shouldn't have been illegal in the first place.
The supposed "morality" laws were a violation of civil rights to begin with.
I never said it's "horrible".
I'm trying to say that many things that are legal now were actually ILLEGAL a short while ago.
It's fine that YOU don't care - but a future society could repeal several laws in the future. Societies don't necessarily move in one single direction.
The point is that it could all be recriminalized again.
Should We The West repeal same-sex and "LGBT" law? Countries like the United States, Canada, the UK and France? Should we recriminalize same-sex relationships, sex, unions and marriages?
Jefferson argues that a slave’s darker skin pigment makes them less transparent, noting that an “immoveable veil of black … covers all the emotions.” As for the appearance of whites, he argues that their features, including hair, make them more sexually appealing, claiming that Black people are sexually attracted to white people “as uniformly as is the preference of the Oranootan (Orangutan) for the black women over those of his own species.”
originally posted by: AnakinWayneII
originally posted by: butcherguy
a reply to: AnakinWayneII
I would ask you for a list of ‘pros’ for the government being involved in marriage in any way.
I can think of a few ‘cons’.
Marriage was only one of the things mentioned in the OP.
I mentioned same-sex stuff and LGBT stuff in general.
originally posted by: Oleandra88
a reply to: YouSir
Haha thank you, I slept on a joke book last night and had a clown for dinner