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Gay Marriage Steals Rights From God

Started by Pat. Last reply by James M. Martin Jun 28. 21 Replies

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West End Girls - Suburbia

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Finland's Gay Bondage Stamps

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Comment by A Former Member on September 29, 2011 at 2:24pm
So vile.
Comment by A Former Member on September 28, 2011 at 1:02pm

Dear friend,

I just added my voice to an appeal from a moving group of mothers in Brazil, who are banding together to challenge hate and discrimination in their country. They are calling themselves "Equality moms."

Right now, they need to know they are not alone — with homophobic and transphobic hate crimes on the rise in Brazil, the country is fast becoming a world leader in anti-LGBT hate crimes.

On September 29 the Equality Moms are traveling to Congress in Brasília to push their leaders to take action to protect ALL Brazilians from violence and discrimination, and support a life-saving, but politically embattled, Anti-Homophobia law. And in the months to come these Moms are vowing to to take to the streets and the airwaves, classrooms and around kitchen tables, to share their stories and work together as "Equality Moms" in this new campaign to end violence, prejudice and discrimination.

These Brazilian "Equality Moms" are incredibly brave to speak out. Will you take a minute to add your voice and make theirs even stronger?

www.allout.org/maespelaigualdade

Comment by Grace Fitzpatrick on September 25, 2011 at 1:38pm
After all the crap they pulled over gay marriage in California, that doesn't make any sense at all.
Comment by Sentient Biped on September 25, 2011 at 8:39am

actively gay actively Mormon on CNN

 

In mid-August he was selected, or called (as Mormons say) by local church officials to serve in an LDS Church leadership position in San Francisco.

 

Im confused.

 

Even if you’re in a gay relationship and have no interest in living all the commandments, you’re still welcome in church, by all means.”

 

What?

 

Matt Mosman, a high councilor with the San Francisco Stake, said that if Mayne were to find himself in another romantic relationship, there would be an expectation that he would step down.

 

 

 

 

Comment by Sentient Biped on September 23, 2011 at 8:10pm

Rebuglicans boo a soldier serving in Iraq.  

 

Damn!  Next they'll be cursing Mom and apple pie.

Comment by Sentient Biped on September 23, 2011 at 6:45pm
ps. i agree with Dr. Kellie that the sissy is a hero of lgbt life.
Comment by Sentient Biped on September 23, 2011 at 6:42pm
I grew up fishing and hoeing foxtail out of rows of soybeans.  Girls did it too.  Same for playing horseshoes.  Yay farm life, for gender neutral activities.
Comment by dr kellie on September 23, 2011 at 6:13pm

Mike, I think what you fail to consider is that James was growing up in south Texas in the 50s.  There was a huge Berlin Wall between girl stuff and boy stuff.

 

Besides, I love the sissy.  As I have said before in this forum, the sissy is the hero of gays.  He takes the most abuse and keeps on going.  Go sissys!

Comment by James M. Martin on September 23, 2011 at 4:30pm
Response to a discussion about intersexuality on another website: I had never heard of the movie, XXY, and thank you for recommending it.  When I was a wee lad, in grade school, I avoided male-male play like it was only for real boys.  I could not be a real boy because I was uncoordinated, afraid of being hit by baseballs, unable to shoot goals in basketball, unable to pass or catch a football, and so forth.  Instead, I played Jax with the girls.  This may have played a role to bullying in middle school, and being called names in high school.  But I had only one sexual organ between my legs and it took me the better part of a half century to realize that there is no male and no female, no normative or average.  If there are 30 billion people on earth, there are 30 billion sexualities.  Want to bet that Pat Robertson and his ilk do things to or with themselves and/or others that you would not do, and you do things Pat would not do.  That does not make anything you do bad.  That doesn't make anything Pat does good.  There are no norms or averages in human sexuality.  Also, what is between your ears is just as valid if not more so as what is between your legs.  What is between your legs is really not what matters.  It's what's in your head.
Comment by Sentient Biped on September 21, 2011 at 8:31am
To be honest I never thought it would happen.  It's been a long journey for many.   This means a lot.
 

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