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#2 - teamrocketninja (03/27/2013) [-]
But...
#187 to #2 - Rascal (03/28/2013) [-]
Why is frank west from dead rising is holding a sign about homosexuality?
User avatar #214 to #2 - potterfan (03/28/2013) [-]
"We have just been informed of a scientific break through!"
"Brian a member of an angry anti-gay mob has just blown the mind of all scientists and put a hole in history!"
"Enough talking and lets get to the point"
"Brian has discovered that homosexuals are actually gay!!"
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#106 - thuntking **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [-]
#186 to #106 - xuberpwnagex (03/28/2013) [-]
Sorry
User avatar #108 to #106 - spyisspy (03/28/2013) [-]
NATIONWIDE IS ON YOUR SIDE
#15 - stallwallwriter (03/28/2013) [-]
This... isn't really funny, or informative, or a feel, so I don't see how I'm supposed to thumb it.
I'm Canadian too, and you're not wrong, but this just strikes me as more something you'd see in a comment thread than as a straight up post.
User avatar #169 to #15 - CRosBY (03/28/2013) [-]
Why would you thumb anything that's not funny?
User avatar #245 to #169 - stallwallwriter (03/30/2013) [-]
Besides something being funny, I might thumb something because it's really interesting, gave me a solid feel, or for a really creepy post on Morbid.
This post wasn't any of the above, so I didn't thumb it.
#25 - spleed (03/28/2013) [-]
Comment Picture
#86 to #68 - zorororonoa (03/28/2013) [-]
Dark Souls thread?
User avatar #58 - Loppytaffy (03/28/2013) [-]
A few months back when Britain approved gay marriage, a few days after France, I posted on my status about how proud I was that our nation was coming into the modern world.
Which prompted my grandmother to ask my dad if I were gay. And he called me up. I was forced out the closet.

I learnt the true face of my family that day; my paternal family don't approve of gays, and my maternal family don't see a difference on way of another. Not quite sure if faith in humanity in tact...
User avatar #62 to #58 - thepalmtoptiger (03/28/2013) [-]
That's rough man.
User avatar #74 to #58 - CaptainWaffles (03/28/2013) [-]
Just think of it this way, this is the civil rights movement of our generation. Soon the people against this will be on the wrong side of history again, the same racist, bigots as last time.
User avatar #75 to #74 - Loppytaffy (03/28/2013) [-]
A lot of the time, I find it funny how we still argue. And the arguements (mostly Westboro) make me laugh.

I enjoy the "meh" responce- because it shouldn't be a surprise or make a difference. The same as finding out a person is black or Asian, as you said.
User avatar #130 to #75 - themightymrplow (03/28/2013) [-]
Well, it's kind of different. If I meet a person and find out he's black, I'm just gonna be like, "Oh, he's black. Absolutely nothing is different." But if I meet a dude and find out he's gay I'm going to be like, "Is he checking me out?"

My brother's gay, and even though I'm completely for gay marriage and have no problem with gays, it was kind of a surprise to be honest
User avatar #207 to #130 - xxmarkusxx (03/28/2013) [-]
As a bi guy, I can say that I don't check dudes out very often, unless they are muscled yet slightly feminine, in which case they are usually gay. So I would say that you are more than likely safe from that fear (which is irrational, since im sure you would have the same reaction to an old woman [talking like, in her nineties] as you would a gay man checking you out. [or a fat chick, your choice.]) since most of the time, gay guys are checking out gay guys. It's pretty easy to tell who's straight and who's gay.
User avatar #228 to #207 - themightymrplow (03/29/2013) [-]
Don't misunderstand, I'm not afraid at all of some gay dude checking me out. In fact, if a gay dude walked up to me and called me cute or something that would be just as big a compliment as if anyone else did it, females included. My point is that your brain can weird you out, and it's perfectly normal to have your first thought be "Is this guy that I thought was just a bro actually attracted to me?" I don't think that's irrational, or even fear, to be perfectly honest.

Just my two cents. Take it with a grain of salt.
User avatar #81 to #75 - CaptainWaffles (03/28/2013) [-]
The arguments are poor at best, and they all come from the bible thumpers, who quote Leviticus. I've read those books too, and there's a whole lot of sins that they are committing listed in there, like shaving, eating pork, etc. Or they quote Genesis to say that a marriage is between a man and a woman. Well it also says that women are subordinate to men, so I guess they don't need the right to vote or equal pay then. :P You can't pick and choose.
#84 to #81 - Loppytaffy (03/28/2013) [-]
It also says Eve was first woman.
But she was the third.

The modern bibles have been rewritten so many times it's not worth it. If there is anything about gay being sin in there, it's because Henry VIII was a homophobe who started his own Christianity branch.

What's so good about a religion that tears people apart, anyway?
User avatar #223 to #84 - CaptainWaffles (03/28/2013) [-]
Very true, and translated multiple times, from Hebrew to Greek to Latin to English to New English. Some meanings have been lost, such as the Hebrew people were workers paid with beer, and not actually slaves in Egypt. And this collection of books that make up the current bible have had many different variations as well as books excluded from the current bible.

Long story short, we should not take the literal interpretations of a book that predates science by over 1200 years, but rather take the morals and lessons that it teaches.
User avatar #226 to #223 - Loppytaffy (03/29/2013) [-]
Let us not forget that no one could read at the time the bible was written. And those who could were drunk and high.
User avatar #232 to #226 - CaptainWaffles (03/29/2013) [-]
And well until the verge of science is when people could start to read it (other than monks and priests). Which they continued to believe that the Earth was flat, and the Earth was the center of the cosmos which everything revolved around. Which religion has always been the last resistance to change for the better.
#139 to #81 - Rascal (03/28/2013) [-]
I don't see why you cannot pick and choose with the bible. It is a belief system after all and you can believe whatever you want. I don't think anyone should ever be able use their beliefs to impose their will upon others, though.
User avatar #152 - alstorp (03/28/2013) [-]
You misspelled "Aboot"
User avatar #72 - karlsthemarsupicat (03/28/2013) [-]
I'm Canadian, and my entire family is homophobic.
It's horrible.
#140 to #72 - giguelingueling (03/28/2013) [-]
Those kinds of things make me happy honestly.


Because even if you were raise by homophobic people, you aren't. And for that

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#143 to #140 - karlsthemarsupicat (03/28/2013) [-]
Fff aww, that made my day. Thank you, my friend!
User avatar #144 to #143 - giguelingueling (03/28/2013) [-]
Anytime fellow Canadian
#142 - tomowrath (03/28/2013) [-]
I like how passive this content was.   
Canadians!
I like how passive this content was.
Canadians!
User avatar #21 - therealtjthemedic (03/28/2013) [-]
OP forgot part of the title it should have 'rry' at the end
#138 - beerterror (03/28/2013) [-]
The point is, marriages shouldn't be governments issue at all. It is a private thing, and it is business of only the people involved. The moment it starts to be a federal regulation, problems start.   
    
Fight for deregulation, you will receive your precious rights and you'll do a big deal of good to all the people in your country.
The point is, marriages shouldn't be governments issue at all. It is a private thing, and it is business of only the people involved. The moment it starts to be a federal regulation, problems start.

Fight for deregulation, you will receive your precious rights and you'll do a big deal of good to all the people in your country.
#166 - diegotan ONLINE (03/28/2013) [-]
From what I read about Canada, it seems like the happiest place on earth.
From what I read about Canada, it seems like the happiest place on earth.
#183 to #166 - anonymousditto (03/28/2013) [-]
Did someone say happiest place on earth?!

but yea, from canada myself and it's really nice c:
#34 - bdawg ONLINE (03/28/2013) [-]
User avatar #107 - andriod (03/28/2013) [-]
I think you fail to understand how we love to argue and bitch about absolutely everything even if it has no significances.
User avatar #103 - annoos (03/28/2013) [-]
Yeah but, do you have FREEDUMS in canaduh?
#109 to #103 - Spikeydeath (03/28/2013) [-]
yes actually more then America
and I've only visited ******* canada
#10 - mynameislego (03/28/2013) [-]
Thanks for sharing that buddy.
#9 - HellsSponge (03/28/2013) [-]
InB4 ********* for posting opinion
User avatar #119 - haseotakaeda ONLINE (03/28/2013) [-]
I'm prepared for the red thumb on this but here I go:

I think it's pretty dumb to constantly have gay pride parades or 'National Coming Out Day',
just like I think it's dumb that we have a Black History Month. It's really pointless, people are already aware of your issues without you having to shut down half a city for rainbow flags, and bringing attention to it won't help.

Just my $0.02
#175 to #119 - tehphire (03/28/2013) [-]
I hate Pride Parades because they're more oriented towards having sex in general than homosexuality.

They give off the impression that homosexuals have more sex than heterosexuals, which is not necessarily true.
User avatar #191 to #119 - himyouknowwho (03/28/2013) [-]
but what is black history month exactly?

don't hate me for not knowing
User avatar #193 to #191 - choclategum (03/28/2013) [-]
Basically the last part of my comment #124 except it's more centered towards black people during that time.
User avatar #196 to #193 - himyouknowwho (03/28/2013) [-]
ok thanks
#124 to #119 - choclategum (03/28/2013) [-]
I don't like pride parades because most of them put a bad image on gays, but your reasoning is just crazy.  Pride parades usually garners signatures and petitions focused around giving gays rights. Black history month doesn't shut down Cities and is mostly used to describe HISTORY circa 1700's-1800's. Usually talking about important people, bills, wars and presidents.
I don't like pride parades because most of them put a bad image on gays, but your reasoning is just crazy. Pride parades usually garners signatures and petitions focused around giving gays rights. Black history month doesn't shut down Cities and is mostly used to describe HISTORY circa 1700's-1800's. Usually talking about important people, bills, wars and presidents.
User avatar #132 to #124 - haseotakaeda ONLINE (03/28/2013) [-]
Sorry If I wasn't clear,
i didn't mean Black History Month Parades, but I mean a lot of people use it to try and stop racism towards blacks, but drawing attention to 'them' and making a big deal out of it won't help
>why don't other races get a month
#137 to #132 - choclategum (03/28/2013) [-]
Because you guys haven't made one.
Because you guys haven't made one.
#155 to #137 - haseotakaeda ONLINE (03/28/2013) [-]
Because none of us feel like the world should owe us something
User avatar #192 to #155 - choclategum (03/28/2013) [-]
What? Where in black history month does it say the world owes them something? It's a history month. About history. Black history.
#112 - jedawg (03/28/2013) [-]
If all you had to keep warm with was a bro while in a Canadian winter, you'd be gay too.
pic unrelated
User avatar #162 to #112 - kwizzy (03/28/2013) [-]
I hope you didn't take his content the wrong way. Its not like Broke Back Winter up here.
User avatar #227 to #162 - jedawg (03/29/2013) [-]
Nah, just a joke. The cold winter part wasn't tho, like I live in Texas so I know I could never survive one of their winters.
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