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Gay Marriage Advocates Lose By Winning

DCM in FL Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 3:11 PM
There are two faces of homosexuality: The false but carefully maintained public face, and the reality behind it. The public face is built on the lie that typical homosexuals are "just like everyone else" except for who they "love" -- with deep, stable, faithful, monogamous relationships and just as much self-control as anyone. The reality is that "gay" relationships tend to be unstable, and even when they manage to be long-term they are virtually never truly monogamous. Their relationships are not built on solid, non-physical foundations before becoming physical; they are centered around the physical.
DCM in FL Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 3:14 PM
Highly typical (<-- I cannot emphasize that point enough) "gay" lifestyles killed my best friend of my teen years, and a friend of my mom's who was a hairdresser.

I WILL NOT be quiet.
DCM in FL Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 3:12 PM
I have never encountered a "gay" relationship that I found to match the public face once I got to know anything about it. Every time I've been able to scratch the surface of one, I've found clear signs of the reality that the public face hides.
Beethovens10th Wrote: Feb 18, 2013 4:30 PM
I, too, know very well several "gays" who had been in relationships. One was rife with domestic violence, and he's now happily celibate and a good friend of mine. Another's "partner" died of AIDS, contracted AFTER they "committed" to each other (funny how this happens so often, like "catching a cold.") He, too, is now celibate (though late middle-age has a lot to do with that - the homosexual lifestyle is a competitive meat market, and you age out of competition relatively early.)
Auspex Wrote: Feb 19, 2013 6:04 PM
And you think heterosexual relationships are magically endowed with the ability to resist these same things?

I know plenty of women whos husband brought them the clap as a souvenir from a business trip. I know so many heterosexual men (and a good majority claimed to be Christian) who have more mistresses and iligitimate children outside of their marriage that it made me sick. Hell, I think seeing some of that behavior when I was young may have very well contributed to reinforcing my joy at being gay, because I would "never treat a woman like some of these men treat them!".

Homosexual activists achieved historic gains in the November 2012 election in the states of Washington, Maine and Maryland. These three notoriously liberal states passed laws extending marriage benefits to homosexual relationships by four to six percentage points. But will these legal victories ultimately deny them the sweeping Supreme Court decision they long for?

Judge Robert Jones of a federal court in Nevada has laid the groundwork for such a conclusion. In his ruling on a lawsuit which sought to overturn Nevada’s ban on gay marriage, Jones wrote that the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) lobby’s success in advancing its...