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The Next Sexual Revolution Has Arrived

David3036 Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 5:12 AM
Tossing out your usual BS again, Kevvie? As if you had some way of knowing what 99 percent of homosexuals want? If that were remotely true and only 1 percent of the gay community was fighting for same-sex marriage, it would not exist anywhere.
Undoctrinator Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 1:18 PM
Yeah. Actually, I think they want to be left alone. Throughout history, groups outside the majority have been treated poorly. Christians were persecuted, the Amish, Mormons, Scientologists. Ethnic groups disparaged; the Irish (micks), Italians (Wops), Chinese (Coolies) and Blacks. The marginalized certainly want to be respected. Fortunately, we live in a largely Christian society which treats all others with respect . . . er, nevermind.
The Teleprompter Speaks Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 11:28 AM
No, they don't want to be married, they want to make their lifestyles more acceptable. Just look at the states where gay marriage is legal and how few gay couples get married there.
DCM in FL Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 10:32 AM
David -- I think he's going by the number of gay-identified people who actually *pursue* the marriage label.

Apparently more "gays" are fighting for it than actually want it. After all, they all want the respectability that comes with the "marriage" label, even if they don't want "marriage."
Jay Wye Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 10:12 AM
there's more,go read the article.
Jay Wye Wrote: Jul 17, 2012 10:12 AM
http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/299944/gay-divorcees-charles-c-w-cooke

Announcing the results of his long-term “evolution” on the subject last week, President Obama revived the debate over gay marriage. In the widespread discussion, however, there is one question that’s rarely asked: How interested are gay couples in getting married?

Heretofore at least, the answer seems to be “not really.”

In July, 2009, Newsweek ran a feature article on “relationships with multiple, mutually consenting partners,” entitled, “Polyamory: The Next Sexual Revolution.” Last week, Showtime launched a reality TV show called “Polyamory: Married and Dating.” To quote from Newsweek’s 2009 article, it’s “enough to make any monogamist’s head spin.” And all this, of course, is being touted as a great thing, a celebration of love and freedom, a deliverance from the monotony and constraints of monogamy.

The Showtime promo pulls no punches and makes no excuses:

Narrator: The polyamorous lifestyle may shock some. But with American divorce...