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The gay agenda and why it bothers me: An analogy

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posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:42 AM
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Glad to know gay guys benefit you in the end, though you are only allowed one woman. Also do you mnow about lesbians? That reduces the number lf women for you.

Btw on comment on the hispanic familia. I was raised, and am still being raised by a hispanic religious familiy. I am gay, i have both parents still married, never been assaulted, and by far have the best life any person could have. And I didn't watch "gay" shows or anything growing up. So the same chance that I am gay is same chance of your two year old. I just hope when he discovers himself he won't turn to drugs or suicide because of the so called "perfect" family your are glamorizing. Btw you said you have son yet that comment on the woman, are you a single parent? Oh look more chance he'll be gay




posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:42 AM
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Originally posted by Hinken
People can be how gay they want but having pride parades in the streets shouldnt happening. Its like NRA having a yearly parade in your city promoting guns like some people dont like pride parades promoting their sexuality in the face of some people


People can have parades for whatever they like and there aint nuthin you kin do 'bout it mister.

Comparing a gay pride parade to an NRA parade is actually funny, and indicative of your level of insight.



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:43 AM
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Originally posted by Hinken
People can be how gay they want but having pride parades in the streets shouldnt happening. Its like NRA having a yearly parade in your city promoting guns like some people dont like pride parades promoting their sexuality in the face of some people


Every group has the right to join together in public, as long as they are not breaking any laws. That's what freedom is all about. You have the freedom to not participate. Even ignorant redneck bigots like Westboro church members have the freedom to promote their beliefs in public.



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:43 AM
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Originally posted by resoe26

Originally posted by OpenEars123

Originally posted by resoe26
Failed Prophet. I must agree.

Being gay IMO, is not a normal thing. (And yeah, you can call me a religious freak).
I don't have anything against gay people, except I feel that it is wrong that they are gay. But, frankly, I don't think it is all neccesarily their fault. It seems all the gay folks I have known seem to have family issues. Raised by one parent, have an abusive parent, have been molested, etc. Usually it seems like its all a cry for attention. Now we have the media glamorizing it, hell, even glamorizing it on disney channel and other children's cartoons. I have a 2 year old son and hardly ever let him watch television, but now with all of these homosexual references in the cartoons, he might just have to stick with old looney tunes or popeye the sailor man. I don't want my children growing up to think that being a homosexual is the right thing. I was raised in a hispanic family with religious beliefs. I intend to keep it that way.
Media has went off the deep end. It almost seems that now in days young adults think its the "cool thing" to be a homosexual. That they are unique or such. But hey, not bothering me at all. I just feel bad for the people.


You despicable religious freak!! - You asked for it, gave permission so you got it.
How DARE you generalise homosexuality down to people being raised by one parent, abused or molested and the rest of the ABSOLUTE BS that drivelled out of your mouth.

You are the epitome of why so many people hate religion - You have NO IDEA what you are talking about! Here's a question for you; what if your precious 2 year old son turns out to be gay??? I'll tell you what will happen, he will be in torment with no support from his religious freak family, probably turn to drugs or crime, and may even end up in jail or dead.. How does it feel??? To here someone generalise about WHAT YOUR SON COULD BE... Pfffffft you make me fking sick



Well if being homosexual is genetic like so many say on this thread... then I guess I have nothing to worry about because I have no relatives that are "homosexual".
Everything I wrote, Is my opinion solely.... You go ahead and sit there and get mad like a little child because I don't think the SAME AS YOU. Sorry man. Can't do that.
I have no problem with homosexuals, and I don't hate them. But I don't understand how they don't like women. I LOVE women and everthing they can bring to a relationship. Thats all.

I'm just not informed on how a man can like another man... Like..."for real" like another man like that, mostly because I don't. You see?



I really really hope your son turns out to be gay, I doubt anything else on earth would be able to educate your tiny narrow mind.



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:47 AM
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Originally posted by locololo
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Glad to know gay guys benefit you in the end, though you are only allowed one woman. Also do you mnow about lesbians? That reduces the number lf women for you.

Btw on comment on the hispanic familia. I was raised, and am still being raised by a hispanic religious familiy. I am gay, i have both parents still married, never been assaulted, and by far have the best life any person could have. And I didn't watch "gay" shows or anything growing up. So the same chance that I am gay is same chance of your two year old. I just hope when he discovers himself he won't turn to drugs or suicide because of the so called "perfect" family your are glamorizing. Btw you said you have son yet that comment on the woman, are you a single parent? Oh look more chance he'll be gay


No I have a wife guy. Your hispanic, as in Espana?? Or wait.. Latino??
So how does that work man? Did your father show you enough attention? play sports with you and such. Do you have an older brother that was better at sports or something...
I don't understand how one is gay. entiendes?



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:48 AM
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Please bring up a scientific Fact quoting "Homosexuality is part of nature". Man that is a new one to me. And talk about confusing todays children. At first I did not care about thier lifestyle but when it is being shoved down your throat (no pup intended)
, you begin to start resenting it!



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:48 AM
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If being gay is a choice, so what? There is no need for justification, no one is getting hurt or taken advantage of. Does it even matter to explain homosexuality to some who says they don't understand how a man could like another man "that way" just because he doesn't "feel" it.


And here I thought, people learned how to have some EMPATHY and get out of their own perspective to see through another's.



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:48 AM
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His son turns out gay I fear for him cause he might hurt himself cause of how he'll be treated by the supposed "full proof" parenting method.



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:49 AM
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Well if being homosexual is genetic like so many say on this thread... then I guess I have nothing to worry about because I have no relatives that are "homosexual".


Riiiiight. There are things called recessive genes and all sorts of things that occur. Recent studies actually show each sperm cell has a different genetic makeup than the next. That means-playing million to one roulette on each child.

Genetics doesn't mean a child has everything you do, countless factors are involved as the genes mix between father and mother.

Hence the various disorders and benefits from eye sight, diabetes, double-joints, and yes, some are even immune to HIV due to a genetic mutation in the T-Cell proteanic receptors.



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posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:50 AM
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WELL SAID!!! ^5



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:50 AM
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Espana. Father shows me enough attention for an person who is independent. We shoot guns and bow together, bonding over our trophies. I am only child
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posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:51 AM
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Guys, please stop that. It is taking things to a level of personal that isn't needed.
We are talking about abstracts in society primarily. No reason to go to that area.



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posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:53 AM
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Just glad my family does not have the "gay gene" I would hate my son to miss out on the real deal (Sports illistrated 2012 swimsuit beauties, hell yes!



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:54 AM
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Originally posted by locololo
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Espana. Father shows me enough attention for an person who is independent. We shoot guns and bow together, bonding over our trophies. I am only child
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Well then, how is it that one is homosexual. Its a gene or what?
Also Espana. Galicia



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:56 AM
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Originally posted by bernierhome
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Just glad my family does not have the "gay gene" I would hate my son to miss out on the real deal (Sports illistrated 2012 swimsuit beauties, hell yes!


oh yes.



posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 10:57 AM
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It is not a gene. Currently people have not figured it out, if they did there would be all kinds of "cures" for it being produced by society as the way for people to "be healed of their problems." I believe it is in the person just as luck of draw, no genetic pattern to it just a random occurance. For genetics though there are pure heterosexual children of homosexual parents, so it is not hereditary



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posted on Jul, 24 2012 @ 11:12 AM
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Originally posted by Nikola014
The prime reason of living is to have kids so the human race can survive.


Really? So, if a person doesn't have kids, I guess they might as well be dead, huh? My gay friend who DOES have a kid will be happy to hear about this, though.



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