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#298 - anonymous (03/28/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Why do gays 'need' to be married in the first place? Seems a pointless and ridiculous notion. If they think they are so forward, why resurrect an Neanderthal tradition?
User avatar #307 to #298 - konradkurze (03/28/2013) [-]
why do straight people need to be married when so many people live together anyway?

its just fighting for the ridiculous ideal of everything has to be equal on paper

User avatar #16 - greenwithenvy ONLINE (03/28/2013) [+] (13 replies)
I'm for gay marriage because I don't want to stop them from doing something that doesn't impact me, but like... why do they want to get married? Marriage is something forced upon people for multiple reasons (pregnancy, parents finding out about sex, just being drunk in Vegas) and you actually pay more money in taxes and stuff. There's no difference in THEIR lives either, you can still wear rings and claim to be together....
User avatar #24 to #16 - thejerseyjenn (03/28/2013) [-]
it's the legal things. Like if a person had a partner that died and left them everything, that person would have to pay the country 1/3 of their inheritance. Because they weren't married.
#353 - swedishassassin (03/28/2013) [+] (35 replies)
Well, considering that marriage is originated from religious ceremony, I can see why.   
My issue is that marriage is government-involved. If it weren't, and people could legally become financially conjoined without having to marry, all problems would be solved.   
But no, that would be too non-conflicting for people.
Well, considering that marriage is originated from religious ceremony, I can see why.

My issue is that marriage is government-involved. If it weren't, and people could legally become financially conjoined without having to marry, all problems would be solved.

But no, that would be too non-conflicting for people.
#285 - princessthymicorn (03/28/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Civil Partnership is basically the same thing, and nobody's stopping them from having a ceremony just like a wedding. There are far more important things to fix in the world and so much government time is wasted on this issue.
User avatar #295 to #285 - voltkills (03/28/2013) [-]
basically but not quite, marriage provides different legal rights to a civl partnership, one example is that it legally makes your spouse your next-of-kin while civil partnerships dont.
#135 - jijimaonanzi (03/28/2013) [-]
Not even quite. I mean at least she owns the house. I suppose people against gay marriage don't OWN the society?
#134 - lolpwn (03/28/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I'm fine with gay marriage and whatever but i think that people will have to wear tags or something saying gay or straight so you know how to act around someone. Could you imaging thinking you were best friends with some guy and he confessed to you and then you just lost your best friend/he will still be friends with you but will have random guys over all the time.
#149 to #134 - yusay ONLINE (03/28/2013) [-]
You are joking, right?

Sexuality isn't like race, and there's already a problem with gays and bisexuals being bullied as kids in school.
#112 - anonymous (03/28/2013) [+] (10 replies)
Thats what you think people against gay marrige are like??? You are screwed up in the head kid, in tons of religions,cultures,and many country's around the world say the same thing that Marriage should and always be between a man and woman.

gay people are humans born with a screwed up dna,it was a british scientist who found out that a gay person's brain was intwined with the other sex at the point of creation during the growth proccess in the mothers womb, there for the child born as a man has a attraction to another man and a female has a attraction to another female. its a abomination, srry to burst your bubble.
#122 to #112 - drroxxo (03/28/2013) [-]
>point of creation
Anyway...back to reality where evolution exists and fairy tales about bearded men in the sky don't matter once you die....let gays be gays. That's all.
User avatar #361 - kolsinder (03/28/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Whilst I agree with the underlying message he has conveyed, I would like to mention that his example is appalling. The house at issue inalienably belongs to the woman, unlike marriage, which, aside from being intangible, doesn't belong to anyone. In short, she technically has the right, albeit a highly presumptuous one, to fend off anyone who tries to park their car on her property. As far as marriage is concerned, no one "owns" other people's relationships.
User avatar #299 - bumbie (03/28/2013) [-]
at first i thot content would be National Geographic related due to the censor...
i was wrong
#284 - anonymous (03/28/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Yeah except those cars don't go around raping and perverting little kids
User avatar #327 to #284 - godofcorndog (03/28/2013) [-]
Why did you have to pull in Catholic priests into this?
User avatar #78 - limb (03/28/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Getting married is as simple as 2 people signing a paper why is this even going to the supreme court? I don't think its hurting other peoples rights. Getting married is just making it official that you're financially intimate.
User avatar #7 - ellwood (03/27/2013) [+] (6 replies)
i'm for gay marriage. But, i believe that these analogies are stupid as **** . To a highly religious person, not being able to park a car is not the same as spending an eternity in the fiery torment of hell.
User avatar #10 to #7 - viscerys (03/27/2013) [-]
I'm not against it, but I'm not for it either. I don't really care about it.
User avatar #390 - capslockrage (03/28/2013) [-]
Honestly? This ******** is because of religion.
Not to pull the atheist card here, but religion truly is holding everyone back.
So many people are afraid to do new things because of their religion that if they did, we might be more progressed than we are now.
I'm not singling any certain religion out, but really, ever hear of "separate church and stats"? All these politicians are voting on **** because of their religions views and they shouldn't be, because not everyone aligns with the same religion.

TL;DR? religion is holding back social and economical progress and is the main reason why gays cannot get married in today's society.
User avatar #146 - rbpwn (03/28/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Isn't putting up street signs Illegal?
#63 - Thenewguygunther (03/28/2013) [-]
>be younger
>have abandoned home 2 houses away
>man still owns it
>never see him go near it
>old and dilapidated
>used to run through yard while playing tag
>become teenager
>coming home late one night
>see man entering back of house, he looks at me
>1 am a couple of weeks later
>browsing internet
>hear sirens
>look out window, police cars on street
>pulling in fron of abandoned house
>peek out to see what's going on
>house is being raided
>mans not home, knew it was coming
>find out later he was making drugs in the house
>3 am hear knock at door
>look out
>it's my neighbor, he sees me in window
>i say who is it
>he answers "I am the one who knocks"
#61 - anonymous (03/28/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I'm usually pretty tolerant with the whole gay thing. But seriously.

Shut the **** up. You guys are worse than religious people. You make it sound like if you don't support gays then you're evil. And the best part is that you're posting these on a site meant for comedy. **** , if you really want to change something then mail a letter to your senator or some **** . No one here can do anything about it, and no one here gives a flying **** . I'm sick of coming on here and seeing 15 gay posts in a row. I come here to laugh, not to argue about a topic I don't give a **** about.

Now please, shut your ******* mouths, and post some funny content. If you really want to bitch about gay rights, then go to Reddit. Or Facebook. I don't really care. Just keep all the gay rights arguments off of Funnyjunk.

TL;DR Shut the **** up and laugh.
User avatar #88 to #61 - coolcalx (03/28/2013) [-]
well, not supporting gay marriage is, in a way, un-American. you know, the whole 14th amendment and everything.
User avatar #36 - awildniglet (03/28/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Probably going to get thumbed down for this, but I'll just say what I think:
I think anyone who is against gay marriage in this day and age is a ******* idiot.
If you're against it based upon what the Bible or your religion says, then you're hypocritical for ignoring the hundreds of other **** the Bible tells you not to do. You can't pick and choose which ones you want to follow or not, it doesn't work like that.
If you're against it because of procreation, newsflash: we have a population crisis in the world right now. And just because gays can't get married doesn't mean they're suddenly going to turn straight, get married to a woman, and start making kids with them.
If you're against it because you think it's gross, dumb, weird, etc. then you're just a downright homophobe.
If you were raised to hate gays and gay marriage, then your parents/guardians are a bunch of conservative assholes.
I know I'm being intolerant, but it's just my opinion. I'm not stating this as fact, just how I feel. And I kinda wanted to get it off my chest...
#29 - giocimo (03/28/2013) [+] (1 reply)
so there are these fanatical christain people who keep trying to shove their religion down my throat

That is what i thing all these people who keep pushing gay marriage in my face are like
User avatar #37 to #29 - lunacy (03/28/2013) [-]
That's a terrible comparison. They're asking for something that is their right, religious people are demanding something they have no right to whatsoever (your religious preference). gay people aren't going around trying to convert people to homosexuality, what the **** . Not to mention the fact that religion (a choice) has more protections than sexuality.
#11 - facedevomie ONLINE (03/27/2013) [-]
Its actually more like a woman not wanting people to park in their own driveway. gay people don't impede in any way, shape or form on no one, ever.
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