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#3038 - usajeep (07/04/2012) [-]
I have a big problem with the practice of homosexuality. I think it is vile and disgusting and the allowance of such despicable acts today will lead to the inevitable decline of our culture.

I don't have a problem with someone just because they are a homosexual, but I have a big problem with the promotion and almost encouragement in the media of alternate sexualities as 'normal' and 'ok'. Such things are not normal, they are deviant from the norm, and I don't want my kids growing up in a world where you have to 'figure out' what kind of sexual orientation you have through experimentation of various disgusting sex acts.

I'm sick of seeing homosexuality becoming so accepted and mainstream, to the point where voicing an opinion like this makes people rage and call you a bigot. I don't care what people do in their own privacy, but keep it the fuck out of my culture and don't fucking dare make this shit the new 'cool' thing.
#3042 to #3038 - basementgoblin (07/04/2012) [-]

Try harder.
User avatar #3040 to #3038 - szymonf (07/04/2012) [-]
people are born gay, they dont experiment and magically become gay. homosexual behaviour has been observed in 1,500 species.
Gay sex was the norm throughout europe and the near east until the creation of christianity; a time when the religious and political leaders created many moral rules to try to legitimize christianity
User avatar #3053 to #3040 - unhappyspanners (07/04/2012) [-]
I don't think you mean the "norm", because that would mean that the majority of men would be sleeping with men. It was accepted though.
#3087 to #3053 - szymonf (07/05/2012) [-]
i literary mean the norm. an example would be greece. Having sex with an adolescent teen male was seen as something pure, beautiful and artistic.
User avatar #3107 to #3087 - unhappyspanners (07/05/2012) [-]
I'm sorry, I forgot Greece was the entirety of Europe and the Middle East.
User avatar #3262 to #3107 - szymonf (07/07/2012) [-]
homosexual marriages occurred in Rome, gay relationships occurred in China, Gays were considered holy in some native tribes, it was also quite common in the upper classes of Mesopotamian societies.
User avatar #3296 to #3262 - unhappyspanners (07/07/2012) [-]
That still doesn't mean they are the "norm". Look up the definition of "social norm".
User avatar #3297 to #3296 - szymonf (07/07/2012) [-]
1.Something that is usual, typical, or standard.
2.A standard or pattern, esp. of social behavior, that is typical or expected of a group: "the norms of good behavior in the civil service".
now what. typical or expected of a group. it was typical to have gay overs
User avatar #3298 to #3297 - unhappyspanners (07/07/2012) [-]
No it wasn't. The norm in society was and always will be a heterosexual relationship.
User avatar #3263 to #3262 - szymonf (07/07/2012) [-]
native american tribes*
User avatar #3144 to #3107 - szymonf (07/05/2012) [-]
it was an example
User avatar #3067 to #3053 - airguitar (07/04/2012) [-]
Just because something is a minority doesn't mean it isn't normal. So by that definition, being any minority isn't the norm? He just means occurs naturally, as in being gay was seen as normal/natural, which it is.
User avatar #3071 to #3067 - unhappyspanners (07/04/2012) [-]
When you say something is the "norm" in society, you're saying that it is the rule or standard of behaviour shared by members of a social group. As the majority of men presumably weren't gay, then it wouldn't be the "norm".
And I agree, being gay is completely natural.
User avatar #3072 to #3071 - airguitar (07/04/2012) [-]
Yea I guess. I wouldn't call it a "norm" but would never classify it as "out of the norm" or similarly, I guess I was just referring to that use of the phrase.
User avatar #3049 to #3040 - airguitar (07/04/2012) [-]
^ This.
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