Originally posted by Xtrozero
I just hope the Polygamist get to have as many partners as they want now, and the pedophiles get to lower the legal age of consent to 13, and let’s
not leave out those who practice beastality.
Its all normal rght?
How is any of this a logical extension? If marriage is between a man and a woman does it make it legal for a fifty year old man to marry a thirteen
year old girl in the United States? No.
What does pedophilia have to do with homosexuality? What does bestiality have to do with homosexuality? You could have man on girl pedophilia, you
can have man on female chicken bestiality.
Two tax paying adults who both understand what they are getting into is vastly different than an adult and someone who thinks Spongebob lives in the
TV. What's more it is really an insult to even compare the two! Pedophilia is the most disgusting abhorrent act that defies the larger Natural Law
that the adult must protect the young. Having dealt with people who have been harmed in that manner I can tell you that it is vastly, vastly
different. A child doesn't have a choice when a bigger person tries to force themselves upon them, nor do a lot of the animals that get wrangled
Let's keep the debate fair, and not demonize people. If you don't like the idea of homosexuality, fine. Don't practice it.
FYI, I was a hospice worker at one time and I had a evangelical client who thought gays were going straight to hell in the first available handcart.
When her church wasn't able to heal her the first time they prayed, suddenly it was her fault for not having a strong enough faith and they abandoned
her. Hence me being the "support" when she couldn't get it from her church. Me, a Catholic, another one to burn in hell.
I drove her all over, made her life as fun as possible for the last months, and I took her to a salon where my gay friend shaved her head for her,
fitted her with a free wig, did her makeup, got her a massage, and at the end of her life two of her closest friends were people that she thought were
going to burn at one point.
She grabbed me by the hand and looked at me one day as I sat with her through chemo and she said: You are my angel! My angel. To the gay man she
once feared...he wasn't a gay man, he was a kind man.
Righteousness isn't about the things we do that are wrong, but what we do that is right. Gays should be judged like everyone else. Were they there
when someone was hungry and needed food? Were they there when someone was sick? When someone needed help, did they give it?
Sorry, but this whole argument just saddens me. It just does.