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    Gay marriage.

    Well the Spanish have succombed to the pressure from the gay movement. As have the Belgians, Canadians and the Dutch have always been troppo anyway.
    Now it is legal to marry the same sex.
    What do you think about drinking from the furry cup?

    Can two poofs bring up small children without pink curtains having an ongoing effect on the child?

    Can two lesso's park their motorcycles up and then help Johnny with his homework?

    The world is going ever so slightly mad I think.

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    As most of us have in our time, I've worked with a few gays and dykes, had beers at times but I could never, ever go over Reg and Tim's for a barby on sat arvo with the kids.

    Even if Reg was me brother! :?

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    gays shouldnt be allowed to adopt, i know when i was a kid if there had been a gay couple we would have tormented them forever, if they had adopted a kid, well now as im older i would have felt sorry for that kid cos of wot we would have put him thru, and it would have been bad including violence, i dont think kids of today are that differant, they aint ready to accept perverse stuff like this yet...

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    Re: Gay marriage.

    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Sensible
    Well the Spanish have succombed to the pressure from the gay movement. As have the Belgians, Canadians and the Dutch have always been troppo anyway. Now it is legal to marry the same sex.
    In this day & age is there really any difference between...

    1) Two ppl. of the same gender (or a man & his donkey for that matter) living together out of wedlock

    2) Two ppl. of the same gender (or a man & his donkey for that matter) actually going thru some sort of bizzare civil ritual?

    I don't really think so. Marriage as a concept is outdated & meaningless, it's just a way of securing tax breaks, getting a visa & sorting out pension rights/ childcare. Who really cares if the pooves clog up the registry offices (or that man & his donkey for that matter).

    Now where is dirtydog

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    when I was a kid I knew a girl who had two mums - now this poor kid was a complete nerd and yes we made her life hell

    however my best mate and her brother had two dads and as they we uber cool they were generally adored and hero worshipped as being avant garde

    so basically it depends on the kid's strength of character - having gay parents becomes a factor... but whether it is a positive or negative still lies with the personality and social skills of the child

    the dad's had brought their kids up to be supremely confident, stylish and cultured young adults

    whereas the two mum's were... well - they were down the pub most nights and kinda neglected their daughter

    good parenting & happy marriages transcend gender

    in my opinion

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    :Agreed: I have resurrected this thread as think it is worthy of debate still. I think that the decision to legalize gay marriage is prolly more to do with legal issues and each parties rights when the relationship/marriage breaksdown, as so many invariably do.

    It is interesting though that having two fathers or two mothers wolud have an adverse affect on a childs up bringing.
    Anyone have an opinion about this?

    What do our valued gay members think?

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    ^ I've no idea what they think but I'm actually all for making mariage illegal.

    Crazy isn't it that I can have 3 girlfriends live in the same bed as me but as soon as I try to make it legal I can go to gaol. Equally confusing is that pooves and lezzos can live together but until recently not be allowed to marry.

    This is obviously a financial issue. Something to do with pensions and supporting spouse benefits and of course the kiddy issue.

    Ban all marriages I say.

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    The only thing that matters is that the kids have a good family to love and nurture them.

    Unfortunately most kids in the world don't even get this, so if a couple of gay parents can really offer this to a kid, then go for it, but why one needs to have a piece of paper saying that you love and want to be with someone is beyond me (even if I did get married in my previous life).

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    I've got nothing against poofs or lezbos but I'm against this happening. I see gays as any other human being trying to be happy. Children need a father figure and a mother figure. There's a balance when parents are of opposite sex. The child learns a bit from father and a bit from mother. I don't think two poofs or lezbos can provide the same amount of balance that a straight couple can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macha
    I don't think two poofs or lezbos can provide the same amount of balance that a straight couple can.
    plus it's a sin isn't it Macha??

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    Jesus H. Christ ..... get to the subject matter CN. From religion point of view YES, ITS A SIN.

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    So a drug addict mother and an alcoholic father is better than two 'good' fathers or mothers?

    And to be honest if one chap is the 'male', and the other chap is the 'female' you're kind of getting that 'difference'.

    It's not as black or white as you believe mate.

    I mean you could then argue to be in a 'good' family your Mum should be a Chrisitan and your Dad a Muslim/Jew or whatever.....you know to get 'balance'
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macha
    Jesus H. Christ ..... get to the subject matter CN. From religion point of view YES, ITS A SIN.
    It's a sin to have two Dads or Mums?

    Where does it say that?

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    When I said "Yes, its a sin", I was referring to homosexuality.

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    ^ Can you show me where it says that in the Bible please?

    Again though the act or the thought mate

    So if homosexuality is a sin, and these homos have a kid is the kid guilty of any sin? As he's living in a homosexual household???

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    ^ Can you show me where it says that in the Bible please?
    I shall soon.

    Again though the act or the thought mate
    Not a good question darling.

    So if homosexuality is a sin, and these homos have a kid is the kid guilty of any sin? As he's living in a homosexual household???
    No.

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    Again though the act or the thought mate
    Not a good question darling.
    You mean you don't know what I'm asking?

    So if homosexuality is a sin, and these homos have a kid is the kid guilty of any sin? As he's living in a homosexual household???
    No.
    Right so if I let a murderer live with me and that I'd not be committing any type of sin? Are you sure???

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    You mean you don't know what I'm asking?
    I know what you're asking but you're getting off the track with that question.

    Right so if I let a murderer live with me and that I'd not be committing any type of sin? Are you sure???
    You're committing a sin! What's that English word for someone who provide shelter to criminals? Yeah .... accomplice!

    The only difference is that "you, as an adult, can make decision and can differntiate right from wrong. On the other hand a child can't." So, the child's commiting no sin but you're.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macha
    You mean you don't know what I'm asking?
    I know what you're asking but you're getting off the track with that question.
    No, it's integral to the question Macha and classifies what 'gay' is!

    Just have a go please!

    Right so if I let a murderer live with me and that I'd not be committing any type of sin? Are you sure???
    You're committing a sin! What's that English word for someone who provide shelter to criminals? Yeah .... accomplice!

    The only difference is that "you, as an adult, can make decision and can differntiate right from wrong. On the other hand a child can't." So, the child's commiting no sin but you're.
    Well done. So once the child gets to how old when will he be committing a sin?

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    No, it's integral to the question Macha and classifies what 'gay' is!

    Just have a go please!
    IMO both should be classified as sin. I'm sure you'll disagree!

    Well done. So once the child gets to how old when will he be committing a sin?
    It differs from child to child.

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    Macha, have you ever thought about how nice it would be if you had either the brains to answer any of these questions or the brains to not bother trying?

    As it stands, your helpless floundering around a subject you clearly know nothing about and your lack the education or intellect to consider them holistically and thorougly make you look...like a [at][at][at][at].

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    Thanks for the opinion Don. Please enlighten us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macha
    No, it's integral to the question Macha and classifies what 'gay' is!

    Just have a go please!
    IMO both should be classified as sin. I'm sure you'll disagree!
    Well done. So if I think about gay things, but never practice the act I'm still committing a sin.

    Well done. So once the child gets to how old when will he be committing a sin?
    It differs from child to child.
    Err but surely at some point he'd cease to be a child???

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    Enlighten you about what you fucking moron?

    Maybe get a native-English speaker to check your posts before posting them, they might make sense then.

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    Where's the mod?

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