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#1 - maternation (03/17/2012) [-]
**maternation rolls 00**
User avatar #6 to #2 - gravitas (03/17/2012) [-]
...I totally have a scarf like that.
User avatar #7 to #6 - maternation (03/17/2012) [-]
Me Too, My Step Sister Made It For Me.
User avatar #19 to #7 - gravitas (03/17/2012) [-]
Awesome stuff. I also have a big ass painting of a dalek over my bed. xD
User avatar #9 - exoduswire (03/17/2012) [-]
I don't believe in Gay Marriage,

let me tell you why; If you're gay, and you like being with your man/woman, THAT'S PERFECTLY FINE, but what is not fine is calling it marriage, because it is simply not marriage

Marriage is defined by two opposites coming together, it's not that I HATE gays, or anything, but for example

Man and a woman are opposites, therefor when they come together, they're married.

There are a lot of gay's that come out and want the title 'Marriage' but honestly, that's not right for lack of a better word.

There are things that allow gays to come together and act like a married man and woman would, it's just that a lot of gay's want the tile married and I'm not okay with that, so I'm technically against Gay Marriage.

/rant over that is all.
User avatar #12 to #9 - keiishiyama (03/17/2012) [-]
Saw someone thumb you down, and because you're being a rational ************ , I'll thumb up to keep it neutral.

Your definition of marriage has a religious affiliation with Protestants. Therefore, it is the TRADITIONAL definition, not the true definition. And before you ask if it makes a difference, it does: traditionally, the men work and the women do the housework. Is that true in our modern society? No.

Also, marriage is, religious affiliation or not, a human right, and by Constitutional law, it can't be taken away. You don't have to like it; no one has to like it. But every gay couple is allowed to be married.
User avatar #13 to #12 - keiishiyama (03/17/2012) [-]
It's late, and I can't think properly. I meant to say "reasonable" in place of "rational".
#11 to #9 - lackofcareingerer [OP](03/17/2012) [-]
Marriage (also called matrimony or wedlock) is a social union or legal contract between people that creates kinship.
thats the defintion, and it says nothing about a man and a women
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#4 to #3 - lackofcareingerer [OP](03/17/2012) [-]
the point was not to be funny. and freedom of religion does not mean they should bring religion into polotics. and i didnt know it was a repost, but im SO happy u thought u should inform me
#8 to #4 - doodthedud (03/17/2012) [-]
It actually doesn't say that anywhere in the Bible.

It says sexual acts between two men is an abomination.
That's pretty irrelevant to marriage, in truth.
#10 to #8 - lackofcareingerer [OP](03/17/2012) [-]
yes but with that you could argue that marriage is sacread and gays can not get married just like any1 who is not a virgin is not suppose to get married. i think its tottal bull **** personaly.
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User avatar #14 to #3 - keiishiyama (03/17/2012) [-]
>Marriage = Human Right
>Bill of Rights = Protects human rights

**** your freedom of religion. No government or church can Constitutionally stop a gay couple from marrying.
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User avatar #16 to #15 - keiishiyama (03/17/2012) [-]
Well, um, hate to, um, ya know, burst your bubble, but marriage isn't religious. Yeah, you can get married in a church. But marriage is a legal document that you can get from the government if you so choose. Traditionally, it happens in a church and has a religious affiliation.

And I'm in AP Government; I know exactly where in the Constitution it says Freedom of Religion. But there's also a thing called "separation of church and state", and there's no mention of the official definition of "marriage" anywhere in the Constitution.
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