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Being gay is not natural. Real Americans reject unnatural things like
eyeglasses. polyester. and .
Gay marriage will encourage people to be gay, in the same way that hanging
around tall people will make you tall.
Legalizing gay coleridge will one the door to all kinds of craab behaviour.
People may even wish to marry their pets because it dog has legal standing
and can sign It montage contract.
Straight marriage has been around a long time and hasn' t changed at all;
women are still property. blacks still can' t marry whites, and divorce is still
illegal.
Straight marriage will bales: meaningful if gay marriage were allowed; the
sanctity mebrittany Spears' marriage would
be destroyed.
Straight marriages are valid because they produce children. they couples,
infertile coup}, and old people shouldn' t be allowed to marry heme our
orphanages aread Full yet. and the world needs more children.
abviously gay parents will raise gay children, since straight parents only
raise straight children.
Gay marriage is not supported by religion, in a mommy like ours. the values
of one religion are imposed on the entire country. That’: why we have
only one religion in America.
Children can never succeed without is male and a female role model at home,
That' s why we also society single parents to raise children.
Itt. Gay marriage will change the foundation of society; we could never adapt to
new social norms. Just like we haven' t adapted to cars, the
economy. or longer life spans.
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1 how a kid killed himself cur pol made fim of himself cur he was getting
made fim ml can' t believe u thts WRONG have pol make fun ofu every
day go to hell they mt hurting u so don' t hurt them!
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Your comment bleeds ignorance. If you
actually took time to read the post before fragmenting then you
would find that the post was in support For gay marriage, its called
satire, You are the sole embodiment of everything thatis wrong wide
the world.
Illiterate: Check
Lazy: Check
Hypocritical: Check
You are why we can' t have nice things.
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#30 - udo
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"cuz ppl made fun of himself cuz he was getting made fun of"

All of my wat with a side of more wat.
#34 to #30 - simonlc
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#37 - varrlegrimscythe
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What if some gay guys aren't gay but actually so manly that they need a man as a wife.
#91 to #37 - jeroylenkins
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User avatar #116 to #91 - hazardpay
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and yet a real man wears pink?
User avatar #248 to #37 - daelril
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thumbed up for awesome picture
#273 to #37 - robotrino
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That picture man..It reminds me of something..WHERE IS IT FROM
#283 to #273 - varrlegrimscythe
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Richard from Looking for group.
Richard from Looking for group.
User avatar #92 to #37 - faggotishshit
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Your argument...


i like that ****
#84 - awesomenessdefined
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Kid killed himself cuz ppl made fun of himself cuz he was getting made fun of.   
Even after making sense of it:   
A kid killed himself because people made fun of him because he was getting made fun of.   
wut?
Kid killed himself cuz ppl made fun of himself cuz he was getting made fun of.
Even after making sense of it:
A kid killed himself because people made fun of him because he was getting made fun of.
wut?
#95 to #84 - theseventhmirror
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Have you ever heard of a thing called bandwagons?
Have you ever heard of a thing called bandwagons?
User avatar #97 to #95 - awesomenessdefined
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So how did it start?
User avatar #98 to #97 - theseventhmirror
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I don't know, probably just this one kid that everyone wants to be like so everyone else thought it was cool to make fun of this one kid.
It's like bronies. Among other things.
#99 to #98 - awesomenessdefined
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So what to the just look at him and laugh. I mean, I didn't read anything about him being gay, or ugly, or fat or anything.
User avatar #100 to #99 - theseventhmirror
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It probably started as a joke or something, or this kid was feeling insecure or maybe he was poor or lost a parent. People are assholes and all that.
#45 - norwegiansnowman
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had this for a while. worth the read
#183 - frysfrys
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gay PICS.... GO!
#184 to #183 - frysfrys
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#185 to #184 - frysfrys
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#58 - thebrownmousepad
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And then god created the 22 rifle so the good ole muricans could fight the dinosaurs and the homosexuals
#108 to #58 - ordanj
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Baby Gun.
#201 - psychotec
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"Im watching a movie on how a kid killed himself cuz ppl made fun of himself cuz he was getting made fun of" There is so much wrong with that sentence. God help her.
User avatar #1 - madmanninetysix
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I know I could probably start a *********, but I'll just be on my way.
#298 to #1 - madmanninetysix
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This ********* I have created is beautiful.
#2 to #1 - tenaciousjon
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I see what you're doing there. Continue, I'd like to see what you can muster up.
#3 to #2 - madmanninetysix
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I was going to say how gays demand they be able to marry. The fact is, marriage is something done by the church, the church doesn't have to get you married (As them seeing Homosexuality as a sin). You demanding they do is an infringement upon the 1st Amendment right, Freedom to Exercise Religion.
Note: Civil Unions and Domestic Partnerships are done by the state. I don't think I have to explain that one, it seems very self explanatory.
#17 to #3 - anonymoose
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Chrisitan marriages aren't the only kind of marriages. As Monogamous animals, "marriage" is almost in our nature. Marriage has been happening thousands of years before Christianity.
User avatar #65 to #17 - Fgner
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Actually, humans are polygamous animals. Those links point towards official papers that discuss how orgasms are actually a way to attract more males to the sexual intercourse and start an orgy. And sperm competition is designed for our species to be polygamous, because in orgies we would release even more sperm to have a better chance to have our own children.

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www.epjournal.net/wp-content/uploads/ep04471473.pdf
#14 to #3 - badassmcfister
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states actually do marriage as well not just the church. The fact is that there are some huge gaps in rights from a civil union to a marriage. Example: visitation rights of loved one in hospital.

<--- way i'm looking at you.
User avatar #8 to #3 - mostlyshits
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a marriage doesn't have to be done in a church
they can't get married in ANY setting
if a church wan'ts to say no to marrying gays fine
but that doesn't mean they shouldn't be able to get married outside of that setting
User avatar #94 to #3 - graphically
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I could explain it to you but I feel it'd just fall on deaf ears. I assure you there is a perfectly logical explanation as to why gays deserve to be married. But only if you care enough about the subject to hear about it would I go through the effort to explain it to you.
#300 to #94 - madmanninetysix
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I could care less, I was pointing out the facts that I had. Do they deserve marriage? Does it really matter? If you want my cold honest opinion about homosexuals I'd say its something in their head. Something is not clicking up there. It doesn't make sense, if we are animals just like all the others and want to carry on our genes on, then what good does that do when you're shooting your seed up someone's ass? Get pissed if you want, I'm just speaking my opinion.
User avatar #301 to #300 - graphically
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I'm 20 years old, I don't get pissed on the internet :v

All I'm gonna let you know for now is that there's something not clicking in your head.

I can explain everything to you as clearly as possible, but if you're absolutely %100 determined to be stubborn, then there's no point in sharing.

As a person with an open mind, I'm willing to listen and consider anyone's logic against my own. I'm not you though, so I'll leave the decision up to you.
#302 to #301 - madmanninetysix
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What do you mean stubborn? I expressed my opinion and I laid out facts to the best of my knowledge. Which are pretty good.
Please, please, tell me what's not clicking in my head. Because I'd like to know.
I'd also like to see your "explanation" , because I'm curious to what you have to say.
User avatar #305 to #302 - graphically
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"The fact is, marriage is something done by the church, the church doesn't have to get you married (As them seeing Homosexuality as a sin). You demanding they do is an infringement upon the 1st Amendment right, Freedom to Exercise Religion. 2."
You are aware that marriage isn't a religious institution any more, right? By being recognized by the state and given state benefits, it should be seen as a state institution. As such, they should fall in line with precedents that have already been established, such as the abolishment of "separate but equal" and separation of church and state. As long as marriage is being recognized by the government, it should remain under their jurisdiction. The religions should be advocating marriage with out benefits or recognition in the eyes of the law, only then should they be allowed to define who should be married under their churches roofs.


"The fact is, marriage is something done by the church, the church doesn't have to get you married (As them seeing Homosexuality as a sin). You demanding they do is an infringement upon the 1st Amendment right, Freedom to Exercise Religion. Do they deserve marriage? Does it really matter?"
Which religion should be able to dictate who gets married? My Unitarian Universalist church is in full support of gay marriage, yet not until recently where they allowed to marry gays in New York because there were laws against that which are still present in the majority of America. Do they deserve marriage? Does it really matter? Our forefathers sure as hell think so. "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.", does that sound familiar? Well obviously advocating a ban on gay marriage violates one's "pursuit of happiness", but if that's not clear enough, let's bring up the concept of liberty
User avatar #306 to #305 - graphically
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Liberty: "The state of being free within society from oppressive restrictions imposed by authority on one's way of life." Do I even have to go further into this? This is so clear to me I'm completely baffled how somebody can completely disregard this core concept America was founded on.

"If you want my cold honest opinion about homosexuals I'd say its something in their head. Something is not clicking up there. It doesn't make sense, if we are animals just like all the others and want to carry on our genes on, then what good does that do when you're shooting your seed up someone's ass?"
You know what, I'm just going to play devil's advocate here. Who says every individual's goal in life is to reproduce? Is it wrong as you imply to have sex for any reason other than to reproduce? Should an infertile married couple divorce and break apart their relationship because they can't carry on their genes the way your "god" intended?
#307 to #305 - madmanninetysix
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If I'm reading this right, you're saying the government will dictate who gets married in someones Church? That's infringes on the separation of church and state, which no hasn't been abolished. It also infringes upon the first Amendment Right, Freedom of Religion. The Church doesn't have to get you married, that's their choice, if you're gay or straight, if they don't want to marry you, they don't have to.

Your "Church" I don't think even be considered that, as being it is a place where one finds their own path. Which can be anything from a Christian to an Atheist. So yeah I can see why they would support it as being less than 20% of them consider themselves Christian.

About what I think homosexuality is, that's my theory. To me, it just doesn't make sense to be gay. I don't want to murder or lynch them, it just doesn't seem... natural. That's why I think it has something to do with their head. Something up there is telling them that the same sex is more attractive than the opposite. Like our ancestors they found the best mate to well... mate with. That being the best and more attractive person. Yes, some people don't all think like that, of course some people look whats on the inside and all the mushy gushy stuff. But the motive stays somewhat the same. Their mind seems to be attuned to that of a Heterosexual female, just preferring men over women. I hope I explained that well enough because I'm not going to explain it again.

Before you say I'm some Bible thumping religious wing nut. I'd be happy to tell you I'm Agnostic.
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"If I'm reading this right, you're saying the government will dictate who gets married in someones Church? That's infringes on the separation of church and state, which no hasn't been abolished. It also infringes upon the first Amendment Right, Freedom of Religion. The Church doesn't have to get you married, that's their choice, if you're gay or straight, if they don't want to marry you, they don't have to."

I never said a Church had to be forced to marry a gay couple, but right now, it's legally not allowed for any church to marry a gay couple even if it's their religious belief to do so. If it is made legal, that doesn't mean gays can force a pastor or priest to marry them to each other when it goes against their beliefs. The same way it's legal to sell bacon, but some stores choose not to because it's against their religious beliefs.

Your statements and viewpoints are under the assumption that every church in the world is against gay marriage. But that simply isn't the case, and I can speak from personal experience that my church is largely in favor of gay marriage. And note, how I'm not using quotes around the word church, because it is an established and recognized church which has the benefit of not needing to pay taxes. Church: "public worship of God or a religious service in such a building". Included is a small part of my church. There are religious services held there every Sunday, and correct me if I'm wrong but you seem to be under the notion that if a church doesn't follow strict Christian teachings, then it can not be considered a church, and thus loses all credibility. What about baptist, methodist, unitarian, catholic, protestant, and presbyterian churches? Do they count in your book as official "churches" as well?

yes yes, everybody knows how reproduction work, and that gays can't naturally reproduce. But being gay IS a product of nature itself, and to imply that it's unnatural seems plain ridiculous to me, because it seems to me that you
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only consider something natural if you feel there's a purpose behind it's existence. Why does the impulse to show preference towards one gender over the other not fall exactly in line with means of reproduction? Well you can't really look at the human species as if they were bacteria in a petri dish, if you stopped to think about it, is homosexuality in anyway detrimental to the survival of our species as of right now? The simple answer is, no, it's not. Maybe it's nature's way of preventing over population. But this is all under the assumption that all life should fall in line with the laws of nature. When in reality, there are no laws of nature, but there are circumstances and necessities needed to be a part of nature, there is no reason for the existence of a species, but the environment dictates the necessities needed to exist, and we've evolved far past the cognitive level of simply existing because we meet the necessity the environment dictates for us to exist. At the level of self-awareness we've reached, we are the only ones that can give ourselves a reason to exist, because we're no longer existing for no other reason than out of the necessities to exist. This is nature's way, and thus what could be considered "natural" is entirely up to us.

Hope I didn't confuse you. Here's another picture of my church I attend every Sunday because I think it's just ******* beautiful.
#311 to #309 - madmanninetysix
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I give up. There's no point in this. You're just so contradicting it isn't funny. You're just not making any sense. From what I'm getting, you're a Christian. I can't tell because you've written so poorly.
Plus Note: About gays and their mentality, that's my theory. Theories, remember, are guesses. Not necessary truth.
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I haven't contradicted myself at all. If there's something you don't understand then let me know. Otherwise, you're just making it look like you can't wrap your mind around being wrong.

Madmannietysix, it's more than just a theory, it's your philosophical view of viewing nature and life which I was arguing. If that's a little too much to handle, then I'm sorry but I have no other way to address your crooked views then to address the very roots of them.

I've done more than enough to make myself perfectly clear in every possible way to you. At this point, you're only limited by your own stupidity if you're incapable of claiming any counter-argument.

But, to emphasis how wrong you are on almost every level, I'll pull up the definition of what a theory is, "a coherent group of tested general propositions, commonly regarded as correct, that can be used as principles of explanation and prediction for a class of phenomena", not a wild guess about something you know little to nothing about based off absolutely nothing.
#313 to #312 - madmanninetysix
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Right....
Ok, answer me this: What religion do you practice in your "Church"?
If you tell me, then I can calculate everything and make some sense out of all your ********.
<MFW you call me stupid.
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that reaction picture would be a hundred times better if you matched it up with the background of FJ's interface.

Anyway, I'd like to ask you to stop using the quotes around the word "church" because it is an actual state recognized church. You're insinuating that the fact that it's a church isn't true, which is ridiculous. To answer your question, I practice Unitarian Universalism. That's the name of the religion i practice.

This properly explains the foundations and beliefs of my church:
http://www.uua.org/beliefs/principles/index.shtml

If you want to learn more you can just go on their wikipedia page, which is quite accurate: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unitarian_Universalism
#315 to #314 - madmanninetysix
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I know what it is, I looked it up. It practices different religions. They let you find your belief. Which doesn't seem like a church. I'm having difficultly finding the right word, but church isn't it. Now answer me, what is your religion?
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It practices Unitarian Universalism. It's a state certified church. Unitarian Universalism teaches spiritual freedom. This isn't a hard concept to wrap your head around.
#317 to #316 - madmanninetysix
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I think I'm grasping the concept of your "religion" now.
But I have to wonder, since you practice spiritual freedom, doesn't that mean you hold beliefs to a certain religion? Like Christianity, Islamic, Catholic, etc. As in their morals, food choices, so on and so on? If I'm reading this correctly.
Picture Irrelevant.
#318 to #317 - graphically
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It's all up to the individual. Each Unitarian Universalist church has a youth program for ages 8-16, where they are taught the origins and belief systems of virtually every recorded religion. The idea behind this religion is that a system of spiritual beliefs shouldn't be something that's taught as if they were facts, but left up to the individual to find their own answers, whether they be spiritual beliefs from one religion, many, or their own, as long as that individual discovered what works for them, that's all thats important.

Example, after everything I've learned through the youth program, I was able to establish my own spiritual beliefs to answer the big questions in life. I believe that this universe is nothing more than an egg, and that there's only one person who lives in this universe, and that person reincarnates into every sentient being in existence, collecting life experience, knowledge, and wisdom through each instance of existence. I believe we were created by a god, and that one person who's living through every life that's ever existed, you, me, and everyone else, will one day finish acquiring all the experiences possible to live through in this universe, and at that moment, all the knowledge and insight we've acquired will culminate together in our true form, which is that of a god. Once our "egg" of universe has hatched, we're greeted into a heavenly plane of existence beyond our individual level of comprehension where will exist for eternity as a fellow god in a utopian society.
#319 to #318 - madmanninetysix
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Hmmm....interesting. I believe that we don't truly know and that anything is possible. There may be a God, there may not be one. Things may be the way you believe or the way someone else who commented on the post. We won't truly know until we die.    
Well this has been interesting, but I must go now.  You go on thinking what you want to think and I'll go on thinking what I want to think. This was truly the longest and I guess funnest debate I've had.   
Bye now.   
GIF unrelated.
Hmmm....interesting. I believe that we don't truly know and that anything is possible. There may be a God, there may not be one. Things may be the way you believe or the way someone else who commented on the post. We won't truly know until we die.
Well this has been interesting, but I must go now. You go on thinking what you want to think and I'll go on thinking what I want to think. This was truly the longest and I guess funnest debate I've had.
Bye now.
GIF unrelated.
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But yeah that all comes back to my original point, is that you claim gay marriage contradicts freedom of religion, but you have to keep in mind that Christianity isn't the only religion in america, and there are thousands of churches that advocate gay marriage, but are told by the government that they're not allowed to marry gays.

I'm not saying that churchs and religions that don't advocate gay marriage HAVE to marry all gays that ask to be married, but for what legal reason is there to deny the ones that advocate gay rights the right to marry gays?
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"Before you say I'm some Bible thumping religious wing nut. I'd be happy to tell you I'm Agnostic."

Get that out of your head. I'm Unitarian Universalist and I consider myself extremely religious. This isn't part of your "**** storm" you tried to cause, this is actual discussion. If you stray from such, I'll discontinue to the discussion. I'll reply back to your comment when I can, just a bit busy right now to focus.
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You'll have to wait now that I'm a bit busy.

Everything I said prior to this comment could be summed up in "Are you willing to hear the other side out. or will it fall on deaf ears" A yes or no question which I had to go into length of explaining.

I'll comment back here when I have some free time with a response to your stance.
User avatar #29 to #3 - skwirl [OP]
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I'd say your "**** storm" was a success.
User avatar #299 to #29 - madmanninetysix
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I'd say so.
User avatar #4 to #3 - tenaciousjon
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That, uhh... Hmm. That actually makes sense.

I've never actually seen the big deal about getting married, anyway. I mean, does it REALLY make your love for your partner any more valid? Isn't it enough just to be with that person?

What if you can't afford it? Does that mean you don't truly love the person? It just seem like a frivolity, to me.
User avatar #5 to #4 - madmanninetysix
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I think the gays argument is that they can't get benefits like married couples do. Or something, I'm not completely sure.
User avatar #6 to #5 - tenaciousjon
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Married couples get benefits? What kind?
User avatar #66 to #6 - Fgner
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Taxation, insurance, and a few other rights that only really apply if one is arrested/hospitalized.
User avatar #7 to #6 - madmanninetysix
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I think, like if one has insurance they can put there spouse onto it.
User avatar #9 to #7 - sevensixtwo
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Married people can get insurance benefits as well as tax breaks, and also its easier to adopt children if you were married. If it was a simple mater of the church having to recognize the couple as "United In Holy Matrimony". if the marriage was only a union in the eyes of God, I can totally see christian extremist's argument. However, since life is actually easir to live while married, I think the archaic laws concerning marriage should be changed, or else we need a clearer division of church and state.
User avatar #11 to #7 - ronyx
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Not to mention that sometimes you have to go to the hospital, but can't go in because you're not family.
User avatar #127 - daednevar
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good guy gays
>gays cant reproduce
>take the children straight couples decide to not raise
#134 to #127 - jimbobji
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I never thought of it like that.
Here, take my thumb.
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Wow, this is really interesting and I care very much about this topic
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User avatar #260 to #254 - anomorphous
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I'm stealing that image just so you know.