"So what you're voting here isn't to change us. It's not to change our families, it's to change how the law views us; how the law treats us."
It's hard to believe that people still have issues with gay people. It's really none of your business how others choose to live. They don't need your
permission to live any particular way. It would be nice if the law treated them better than they do. They have few legal rights. He made a great
If you want to judge others, here's my 2 cents. I'm more bothered by heterosexual (usually married) men who sexually harass women and young girls.
Ii've been harassed since I was 12 years old at gas stations, restaurants, by police and doctors. (If you're going to say I ask for it or deserve
it...save your moldy breath.) They are so abundant and they hit on everyone and anyone. Sometimes us girls talk about how these creeps try to score.
They often use the same scripts and tricks with each girl.
If that is a representation of heterosexual marriage, maybe that
should be illegal. I truly hope and dream that the women they harass start
filming the harassment and posting it publicly on sites like YouTube. Their wives wouldn't be happy. These men have an negative impact on society.
Sure, your daughter might finance college giving sexual favors for money to dirty old men, but is that really a positive?
Would it be better to have sex with the married man and post your story on the Dirty (Ashton Kutcher) and try to get some money for your efforts? How
about 'trophy wives' and rich men? That's obscene. Who wants their little girls to grow up to be gold diggers without their own life? Young girls are
influenced by these dirty old men's presence one way or another. Obviously, if so many married men are cheating and border on child molestation to
satisfy their 'needs', something is wrong with the institution of heterosexual marriage.
My point is, that no one has the right to judge anyone, regardless of what some book or their personal brand of religion says about it. In fact, the
issue of law around gay marriage is only
about how the law treats them.
America is a multi-faith country. We have Buddhists, Muslims, 7th Day Adventists, Hindu, B'ai, Wiccan and a myriad of other religions here. The Bible
is not the end-all-be-all except for those who claim
it is. Would you like a Muslim to lecture you about the immorality of not wearing a head
scarf? Personal opinions about how to live properly in God's eyes should be saved for the shower.
Trust me, no one cares what a heterosexual person thinks about the morality of gay marriage. Heterosexual men definitely shouldn't throw stones. 95%
of them are not wearing halos....they are wearing horns
...thus the word: horny.
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