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Originally posted by benevolent tyrant
Every so often, I come across a thread that has to deal with homosecuality. It dumbfounds me to consider that there are people who actually hate others on the basis of what others do in the privacy in their own bedrooms. What motivates such feelings? How do the actions of two consenting adults -- other than yourself -- affect you?
I can understand that some people find homosexuality objectionable on some religious basis but I have to say that such people must keep these feelings to themselves. After all, if one does consider homosexuality a "sin", isn't judgement and punishment for the "sin" of homosexuality God's exclusive domain. After all, Jesus clearly stated that only those without "sin" can cast the first stone. That is to say, leave the judgement and punishment of others to God. People should simply worry about their own actions, their own thoughts and leave the judgement of others to God.
That said, I still wonder why people find it necessary to "play God" and to negatively judge others even the actions of others don't affect them at all!
Originally posted by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
The people who hate gays and want them to drop off the face of the earth are usually people who cant sleep at night knowing others might be happy or having a good time.
Originally posted by thelibra
I'll even go a step further in blunt honesty. I find myself a bit repulsed at the sight of two men making out. Frankly, the sight to me is a bit unsettling.