Lesbian Protest. Five words is really hard. granny
x
Click to expand

Comments(253):

[ 253 comments ]
What do you think? Give us your opinion. Anonymous comments allowed.
#59 - gnifle (05/11/2012) [-]
Comment Picture

#128 to #59 - truklin (05/11/2012) [-]
Comment Picture

#145 to #59 - licestr ONLINE (05/11/2012) [-]
Comment Picture

#168 - gorden (05/11/2012) [-]
girl find out some other girl is lesbian and has a crush on her: 			****		 yeah even girls want me   
   
guy finds out some other guy is gay: Don't 			*******		 touch me!
girl find out some other girl is lesbian and has a crush on her: **** yeah even girls want me

guy finds out some other guy is gay: Don't ******* touch me!
User avatar #234 - KwMclovin (05/11/2012) [-]
North Carolina: Same-sex marriage is a big No-No but marrying your first cousin is a-okay.
User avatar #246 to #234 - wewilldinealone (05/11/2012) [-]
I happen to live in NC. I know no one who has married cousin-cousin. That it is just a Southern stereotype.
User avatar #248 to #246 - KwMclovin (05/11/2012) [-]
You don't know anyone who's married their cousin. But it's allowed though double cousin marriage is prohibited. Search it if you want.
User avatar #256 to #248 - wewilldinealone (05/11/2012) [-]
Hm. Touche my good sir.
User avatar #253 to #246 - awbeeyotch (05/11/2012) [-]
stereotypes come from somewhere..... hence all the black jokes.... IT'S CAUSE IT'S TRUE!!!

don't worry, i got fam in SC and i fled so i wouldn't have a brother/uncle..... or a cousin/brother? iunno...
User avatar #249 to #234 - tgaptrixie (05/11/2012) [-]
Its the same thing in my home state of Rhode Island, which is as Northern and Blue as a state gets.
User avatar #151 - durkadurka (05/11/2012) [-]
What I don't get is why so many people have such intense opinions over something that doesn't affect them.

Why is what gays do any of my business? Why do I have to be in arms for or against them? Why can't we just let them live their lives?

Things would be better if we just let people live in peace.
User avatar #176 to #151 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
well if they stopped shoving down other peoples throats HURR IM GAY on their parades, i would be okay with them.
besides, i find two guys/girls kissing pretty much gross. (so it does affect me, but im not killing anyone for it)
thats about it, no insults, no homophobia- if such thing even exists, and no hating.
#190 to #176 - anon (05/11/2012) [-]
They wouldn't have to have those parades if they had rights to begin with.
User avatar #192 to #190 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
i dont remember them being treated as slaves or put in deathcamps, being denied their right to vote, or anything else. EVER. and if somebody doesnt like them, hell, its their right!
#198 to #192 - anon (05/11/2012) [-]
They can't marry.
They can't get benefits from marrying.
They are generally treated as sub-human.
#201 to #198 - anon (05/11/2012) [-]
I also forgot about Don't Ask Don't Tell, which, even if for a brief period, existed.

During WW2 they were put in deathcamps, but that's a different story.
User avatar #209 to #201 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
no idea what dont ask dont tell is, but ill google it.
many more straight people were put in d-camps, along with homosexuals.

ernst rohm was gay- the leader of SA, but nobody complains about him being killed for being gay. he was a nazi.
#213 to #209 - anon (05/11/2012) [-]
Don't Ask Don't Tell banned anyone that was openly gay from the military.
User avatar #229 to #213 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
you might reconsider when you read this:
ever heard of srebrenica genocide?
my idiotic compatriots thought that by destroying an entire village of muslims they will get their vengeance for genocide done on their own people.
but a UN unit was dispatched to intervene, being equipped with APCs and heavy weaponry. they ran into serbian guerilla (just a bunch of guys with big beards and rifles).
what was the outcome? entire company was tied, TIED with ropes to the telephone poles, and guerilla did their dirty work without being disturbed. no dead soldiers on both sides.
later, on voice of america some nato officer (an american, forgot the name and rank) blames the commanding officer and his men for cowardice, and connects the low fighting quality to the fact that most of the men in the unit were homosexuals, along with the CO.

i listened the whole thing on a radio in disbelief.
User avatar #287 to #229 - thepalmtoptiger (05/12/2012) [-]
I'm a little confused about what this has to do with gays joining the military. You're saying that because they're gay that they exhibit cowardice?
User avatar #308 to #287 - rototornik (05/12/2012) [-]
no, thats what nato guy said, i just gave you the example.
im just confused about it- on the other hand romans encouraged homosexuals in joining their legions, because a soldier is more likely to run and save his comrades life if he has emotions for him.
smart guys.

User avatar #309 to #308 - thepalmtoptiger (05/12/2012) [-]
Oh ok, I thought you were using that as an example to why gays shouldn't be in the military.
User avatar #310 to #309 - rototornik (05/12/2012) [-]
kay
User avatar #203 to #198 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
democracy. when the majority decides they should marry, they will be given the right. and i wont complain.

i tend to think of them as ill people, and pity them- even though they might be perfectly happy.
#263 to #203 - anon (05/11/2012) [-]
I wish I could take your right to marry away, then see how you like it.

I also wish I could make your life a living hell, then see how you like not being able to stop it.

I hope you realize how stupid you really sound and I feel bad for you, seriously I do. Any person who doesn't give a **** about other people not having full rights, is obviously bred in an ill environment.

If you're in love with someone then it shouldn't matter to anyone else, it's your life and not theirs, you should have the right to get married. If you LOVED someone and they were in the hospital because of a car accident... But they didn't have insurance to cover the situation and YOU DID... Guess what would happen if you're not married? The hospital will tell you to go **** yourself because you're not married. Therefore; they won't help your love and you end up losing that person.

Congratulations, asshole. I highly doubt you even understand the severity of this situation.
User avatar #265 to #263 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
i highly doubt YOU understand what i said.
and my inability to do something about it.
if your genes are ****** up, im sorry, but nobody can help you.
#273 to #265 - anon (05/12/2012) [-]
You're retarded, aren't you? Shh shh... It's ok. Nobody will discriminate here.
#278 to #273 - rototornik (05/12/2012) [-]
no, i am just a regular guy, with a flawless genetic pattern.
and some knowledge of human biology.
#252 to #192 - anon (05/11/2012) [-]
I guess you have no idea about people murdering gay people just for being gay.

Congratulations! You're ignorant! :D
User avatar #257 to #252 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
not in my, or neighboring countries. and its not done by a state or a nation, but in the worst case by a extreme right or left organization. which are unregistered and cannot be pursued without an investigation. and investigation takes time.
User avatar #226 to #192 - robopuppy (05/11/2012) [-]
Hitler put gays in death camps.
User avatar #230 to #226 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
gays, jews, communists, russians...
he put anyone he wanted in there, so it wasnt a gay exclusive violence.
User avatar #231 to #230 - robopuppy (05/11/2012) [-]
Not saying it was. Just wanted to put that fact out there since you said they never have.
User avatar #250 to #231 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
yeah, but i meant special camps where you would be put just for being gay. such thing never existed.
User avatar #255 to #250 - robopuppy (05/11/2012) [-]
No, but gays are being executed just for being gay elsewhere in the world.
User avatar #258 to #255 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
and what can i and you do about it? attack iran?
User avatar #260 to #258 - robopuppy (05/11/2012) [-]
I'm not arguing with your point, just bringing a few points it seemed like you hadn't considered.
User avatar #262 to #260 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
i had, but i cannot do much about thing, except for being sorry for them.
User avatar #266 to #260 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
i did, but again, i cant do much.
User avatar #181 to #176 - durkadurka (05/11/2012) [-]
And it's fine to hold those opinions, you aren't trying to stop people from living a certain way because of your opinion.
User avatar #182 to #181 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
exactly.
have a nice day!
User avatar #183 to #176 - zombieskier (05/11/2012) [-]
Would you say black people are gross? No, you clearly understand that's racism.

So saying gays are gross is homophobia.
User avatar #186 to #183 - durkadurka (05/11/2012) [-]
So is he supposed to enjoy watching two guys make out? It's not like he's running at them trying to get them to stop.

Does finding a fetish gross make someone discriminatory as well?
User avatar #191 to #186 - zombieskier (05/11/2012) [-]
No, but watching a straight couple make out can be grim sometimes, by labelling it as just gays is discriminatory.
User avatar #204 to #191 - durkadurka (05/11/2012) [-]
My point is that finding an action uncomfortable is not discrimination, hating someone because of who they are is. He doesn't hate people for being together, but rather finds an action disturbing, much like one might find a fetish to be "gross".

I imagine that for a gay person watching a straight couple isn't exactly thrilling either.I can't say for sure, but I'd like to hear from someone who can relate to such a situation.
User avatar #208 to #204 - zombieskier (05/11/2012) [-]
I agree with you. But I still disagree with his wording.

That would be interesting to hear.
User avatar #219 to #208 - durkadurka (05/11/2012) [-]
And that's one of the reasons I don't make judgments about gays. I can't relate or understand their situation and never will.
-1
#195 to #191 - rototornik has deleted their comment [-]
User avatar #197 to #195 - zombieskier (05/11/2012) [-]
Ok, so I'll put my point across and you just call it ******** . You would have thought that we could have discussed this like intelligent people, but clearly not.
User avatar #212 to #197 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
i misunderstood your comment. i apologize, its 2 in the morning here.
User avatar #185 to #183 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
gay people themselves are not gross, i just get a sick feeling when i see a gay couple making out.
btw a phobia is a fear of something (phobos=fear).
and i have no reason to be afraid of gay people.
User avatar #189 to #185 - zombieskier (05/11/2012) [-]
You just can't call it gross. You can say I wouldn't do it, but you can't call it gross.
User avatar #200 to #189 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
hmm... i think i used the wrong word but this should explain the thing:
"i just get a sick feeling when i see a gay couple making out. "
User avatar #205 to #200 - zombieskier (05/11/2012) [-]
Fine, whatever. But you surely realise they should be allowed to marry? I mean fat people can and that's not appealing to see.
User avatar #216 to #205 - rototornik (05/11/2012) [-]
as i said, i dont mind them. but its up to the society to decide should they marry or not.
#269 to #216 - anon (05/12/2012) [-]
Would you be OK with it if society told you that you're not allowed to get married?
User avatar #272 to #269 - rototornik (05/12/2012) [-]
nice, keep thumbing me down. thats the only thing you can do to me.
i hoped for a debate, not a thumb war.

and i wouldnt have much choice against the majority, would i?
#267 to #185 - anon (05/12/2012) [-]
Would you be scared if a gay guy tried to make out with you? Just curious since you said you're not afraid of that.
User avatar #268 to #267 - rototornik (05/12/2012) [-]
no, i would politely decline him.
however, if he was an aggressive type a punch in a face would follow.
#51 - forevertrombone (05/11/2012) [-]
Hey, if you don't like gay marriage then don't get one. It isn't up the anyone to tell anyone else how to live their lives. The government needs to stay out of the bedroom.
Hey, if you don't like gay marriage then don't get one. It isn't up the anyone to tell anyone else how to live their lives. The government needs to stay out of the bedroom.
#63 to #51 - gluefactory (05/11/2012) [-]
No one ever said they could no longer do what it is they were already doing in their bedroom. Its the fact that they wait the state to recognize the fact that spilling ones seed into the backside of another man is grounds for getting at the same monetary rewards that other couples get.
User avatar #154 to #51 - alpine (05/11/2012) [-]
Pretty sure there are laws against all kinds of other sexual deviancy (beastiality) people should be grateful they aren't thrown in jail.
User avatar #277 to #51 - cshp (05/12/2012) [-]
"Hey, if you don't like jerking it to naked 4 year olds then don't do it. It isn't up to anyone to tell anyone else how to live their lives. The government needs to stay out of porn."

I'm not saying I'm against gay marriage, I'm just saying that you made a poor argument.
User avatar #53 to #51 - elbrysobrony (05/11/2012) [-]
It has something to do with the economics of it or something. I don't really get it myself.
#62 to #53 - vuittoncouture (05/11/2012) [-]
How is two people of the same sex getting married affecting the economic system? wtf america?
User avatar #66 to #62 - elbrysobrony (05/11/2012) [-]
It has to do with the insurance or something. Again. I have no ******* idea what goes on beyond that.
User avatar #68 to #66 - vuittoncouture (05/11/2012) [-]
Hahhaa ok the **** . I think I'm on the same page as you are, I don't understand any of this anymore
User avatar #76 to #68 - Xaytor (05/11/2012) [-]
TAXES AND SEX
User avatar #259 to #62 - Fgner (05/11/2012) [-]
Well because government is in bed with companies, and because they have the compulsive need to shove their big hairy dicks in our personal lives for no real reason:
1) Insurance companies would lose out (greed)
2) Rewriting of a large majority of civil union laws (inconvenience)
3) Tax benefits for procreating would have to be rewritten along with laws concerning adoption (which is, again, an inconvenience).
4) Just because if their big hairy dick isn't shoving the moral standpoint of 55% on the other 45%, they feel like they don't deserve their massive ass paycheck and paid for everythings.
5) Few other things, but whatever, you get the jest of it.
User avatar #83 to #53 - xboxperks (05/11/2012) [-]
Wouldn't gay marriage increase marriages, therefore, increasing money flow (expense and stuff), therefore, increasing GPD, which in terms (for non-economical people), means more money for the government?
User avatar #86 to #83 - elbrysobrony (05/11/2012) [-]
*shrugs* I guess it would, but it has something to do with the insurance and stuff.
User avatar #91 to #86 - xboxperks (05/11/2012) [-]
I'm not saying you're wrong at all, because economics does play a part. I'm sure insurance companies (because of pressure from the government if laws state same-sex marriages are A-OK) will increase rates or some wacky **** . Beyond me also. I'm all for same-sex marriage. I'm not gay, and I don't care who people choose to love, but rules do apply: don't publicly affectionate each other. It's gross when it's girl/guy in a public area; it's gross when it's same sex.
User avatar #261 - galkawhm (05/11/2012) [-]
In more states it's legal to **** a horse than it is for a gay couple to get married.

I wish I made that up...
#210 - pukingrainbows (05/11/2012) [-]
Two gay posts in a row!?
#114 - anon (05/11/2012) [-]
Just putting it out there, but I don't give a **** what sexuality, race, gender or religion you are, because it has no effect on my life whatsoever and any other standpoint seems completely illogical to me. Your sexuality has ~no bearing~ on what kind of person you are.

When I came out to one of my best friends, he gave me the best response I've ever heard: "So what?"
#102 - grandmabetty (05/11/2012) [-]
Maybe this simple process of elimination should help faffy governments.
#112 - anon (05/11/2012) [-]
Gay marriage is like underwear and bikinis. It's the same 			*******		 thing, but only one is allowed in public...    
   
Morgan Freeman don't give a 			****		, and neither should you
Gay marriage is like underwear and bikinis. It's the same ******* thing, but only one is allowed in public...

Morgan Freeman don't give a **** , and neither should you
#43 - danikay (05/11/2012) [-]
If God hates homosexuals, why would he create something for the pure purpose of hating it?
If God hates homosexuals, why would he create something for the pure purpose of hating it?

#93 to #43 - anon (05/11/2012) [-]
He didn't. Humans decide their fate, he just writes in his book from afar. You have the potential to make meth, you decide whether you make it. He's not going to make you a robot , the angels already have that type of respect for him. He created humans so he had someone to love him, without seeing him. He shows human the danger of those sins (hell) , but people say "YOLO" and do as they please.
He didn't. Humans decide their fate, he just writes in his book from afar. You have the potential to make meth, you decide whether you make it. He's not going to make you a robot , the angels already have that type of respect for him. He created humans so he had someone to love him, without seeing him. He shows human the danger of those sins (hell) , but people say "YOLO" and do as they please.
#95 to #93 - danikay (05/11/2012) [-]
Why are you comparing meth to homosexuals?
Why are you comparing meth to homosexuals?

User avatar #103 to #93 - mistyfyx (05/11/2012) [-]
Except that homosexuality isn't a choice.
#274 to #103 - genephil (05/12/2012) [-]
Not really... You choose what you like and what you don't...
#288 to #274 - anon (05/12/2012) [-]
Really? Excuse me while I go be a ****** .
User avatar #32 - Serjical (05/11/2012) [-]
100,000 years of evolution and we still can't decide if gays can marry. Are we that afraid of people being different that we ban them from basic rights? If they don't harm or kill what's the huge problem. People need to stop judging based on sexuality.
User avatar #37 to #32 - lolerlaura (05/11/2012) [-]
Things are changing, slowly but surely it will get better. 60 years ago Women couldn't vote and it was a controversy if a white and black person wanted to marry. With the youth rises a new generation of thinking and acceptance.
#80 to #37 - dbrak (05/11/2012) [-]
i am not truly racist, but it REALLY disappoints me that the blacks are by far the most resistant to gay marriage. 50 years ago, they walked around with their interracial marriage signs, but now when another minority group wants marriage rights it's a totally different story. again, i'm not actually racist, but that does disappoint me.
i am not truly racist, but it REALLY disappoints me that the blacks are by far the most resistant to gay marriage. 50 years ago, they walked around with their interracial marriage signs, but now when another minority group wants marriage rights it's a totally different story. again, i'm not actually racist, but that does disappoint me.
#50 to #32 - moosic (05/11/2012) [-]
It's been almost 300 years since Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence, and yet we are still arguing over the unalienable right to the pursuit of happiness. Politicians on both sides are forcing us to take either extreme, and deluding us to believe that the world is in black and white, no middle ground.
#118 to #32 - biggieboy (05/11/2012) [-]
I'm from Belgium, where gay marriage is legal since 2003 (we're the second country to legalize it) and hey, guess what, society hasn't come crashing to the ground.   
   
You don't like gay marriage? That's your right, no one is forcing you to do the same. Let people who want to have gay marriage have it.
I'm from Belgium, where gay marriage is legal since 2003 (we're the second country to legalize it) and hey, guess what, society hasn't come crashing to the ground.

You don't like gay marriage? That's your right, no one is forcing you to do the same. Let people who want to have gay marriage have it.
#187 - tonyxx (05/11/2012) [-]
This image has expired

User avatar #132 - skergex (05/11/2012) [-]
I am going to form the most powerful army in the world and make it illegal for a man to marry a woman. Not permanently but only for like 4 months to piss people off and have them come to a realization that they are all retards for illegalizing pointless things.
User avatar #221 to #132 - BroStoryCool (05/11/2012) [-]
Where do I enlist?
#215 to #149 - DiabloStrawhat (05/11/2012) [-]
I will happily follow your regime of reverse-psychology.
#130 - mrskyler (05/11/2012) [-]
>mother tried to have a serious chat with me about marriage stuffs ( because i am homosex)   
"i just worry , how many hurtful people there are out there, i hope you are never discouraged to be yourself , do you see yourself settling down with someone in the future"   
   
..... mother i appreciate your concern , and i do love you ... but in all honesty .. its 9 am .. i cant decide between toast or cereal. mothr pls!
>mother tried to have a serious chat with me about marriage stuffs ( because i am homosex)
"i just worry , how many hurtful people there are out there, i hope you are never discouraged to be yourself , do you see yourself settling down with someone in the future"

..... mother i appreciate your concern , and i do love you ... but in all honesty .. its 9 am .. i cant decide between toast or cereal. mothr pls!

#194 - frysfrys (05/11/2012) [-]
Gays deserve to have rights just like everyone else in this ******* country. My parents are moving to Canada, in 2020, if gay marriage isn't legal in ALL 50 states. This is beyond ridiculous.
#217 to #194 - HungreeRooster (05/11/2012) [-]
Implying that your parents are actually parents. (A man and a woman)
It affects them how...?
#236 to #217 - anon (05/11/2012) [-]
You do realize the word "Parents" is not defined as "mother and father", right?

Let's look at the definitions:
1. to be or act as parent of: to parent children with both love and discipline.
2. a father /or/ a mother.
3. a protector or guardian.

OP could have easily had gay parents, so are you retarded?
User avatar #223 to #217 - frysfrys (05/11/2012) [-]
They have two gay sons. My dad has a gay sister. That's all I need to say.
User avatar #225 to #223 - HungreeRooster (05/11/2012) [-]
Gotcha.
If we really think about it, nobody's rights are actually being infringed. I don't have the 'right' to marry a dude either, and neither do you (assuming you're a dude).

User avatar #228 to #225 - frysfrys (05/11/2012) [-]
But then again, I don't need the Government nor the bible telling me who I can and can't love. I, TECHNICALLY, don't even need to get married, but it's the right thing. It's what me and partner would both want.
#238 to #228 - HungreeRooster (05/11/2012) [-]
Yeah I feel that. I know the issue doesn't affect me personally, but it's like... **** . You know?
Like having a viewpoint on an issue crammed down your throat all the time that you don't necessarily agree with.
Now I know how the atheists claim they feel.
Oh well, good day to you my fellow FJer and may you be lucky enough to not be ass-raped by a pack of wild Libyans.
+8
#244 - Fuckingone **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#140 - admiralkevlinsky (05/11/2012) [-]
Oh joy another gay debate.   
MFW thread.
Oh joy another gay debate.
MFW thread.
#36 - lolerlaura (05/11/2012) [-]
:DDDDD That was at the Westlake Park Women's rights rally on April 28th!!! I was there and talked to that lady! She was nice :3 Pic related that was me at the protest.
#240 - anon (05/11/2012) [-]
My president is black and my Lambo is blue, ***** ! And if I see some bigoted assholes who discriminate in the street, I'm gonna slap the **** outta them!
[ 253 comments ]
Leave a comment
 Friends (0)