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Originally posted by BriGuyTM90
You defiantly don't need to get married to some one to do any of those things.
I'm just gonna do my own thing.
Originally posted by cass1dy09
Welcome to America where 8 million people can vote against something and it can still get overturned.
Originally posted by wiser3
For sure, if I ever decide to marry you will definitely get an invite, as will the Benevolent one! Hope you guys are prepared for a trip to darkest Africa?
I can understand, and agree with, that saying "homosexuals are an abomination" is wrong.
Can people now stop saying that homosexuality is an abomination and such, I consider this as hate speech pure and simply and hate speech is against T&C.
Gay marriage is legal...most of the world is making it legal deal with it or please leave this planet.
"We are devastated that the Supreme Court succumbed to political pressure by voting to weaken the sacred institution. They neglected our most precious children who need a mother and a father united in marriage for healthy development," the Rev. William Owens, president of CCAP, said in a statement Wednesday after the rulings that bolstered same-sex marriage, the Atlanta Daily World reported.
The Memphis-based organization has launched a marriage petition on its website and was to hold a news conference with prominent clergy on Wednesday afternoon.
"The African-American community has already been plagued with problems related to children growing up in single-parent households. This ruling will only accelerate the further erosion of our communities and society," Owens said.
Owens said the CAAP "will not give up on marriage as the solid social institution recognized by cultures worldwide. It is time for African-Americans and the Christian community to rise up and renew their efforts to protect marriage and strengthen the families in their communities.
"African-Americans pay a disproportionate price as collateral damage of the aggressive gay agenda, and it will take leaders across the country to resist the cultural shift on marriage," he said.
"African-Americans pay a disproportionate price as collateral damage of the aggressive gay agenda,
Senegal, one of many African countries that outlaw homosexuality.
Senegalese President Macky Sall rebuffed Obama's call for Africans to give gays equal rights under the law.
Also people are using their Religion to justify attacking a minority group, t
Originally posted by Darth_Prime
Condragulations to my home state!
One step closer to Equality
for all the Straight allies out there, as one person, i thank you for standing up for Equality, for wanting equality for all,
to others in the LGBT commutation who are living with this fight for equality, that must sit by as others 'Vote' on what we can and can't do, and what is considered 'Legal' as a Human thank you for staying strong
Unity in Equality
Originally posted by ownbestenemy
The Supreme Court didn't rule that Prop 8 was valid or not.