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Gay Marriage at the Ballot Box

Jay Wye Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 6:55 PM
the ONLY reason people are more accepting of homosexuality is that the nasty negative aspects and effects of homosex have been kept quiet by the MSM. Few people know about the much higher rates of HIV-AIDS and other diseases more prevalent in homosexuality ,or that most homo "marriages" are OPEN relationships,not real unions of two people. medically,homosexuality IS an unhealthy,destructive behavior,as commonly practiced. there's good medical reason why homos are prohibited from donating blood or organs. the CDC says that over 50% of new HIV cases in the US are in a group that is less than 2% of the population; male homos. Then there are all the OTHER diseases homos contract at far higher rates than normals.
HeraldOfGalactus Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 8:26 AM
An appeal to conspiracy is rarely a valid argument. You keep saying homosexuality is unhealthy, but you don't add any context. Does homosexuality cause HIV or is it unsave sex practices? Correlation does not denote causation. Also, even if homosexuality is destructive, how destructive is it? How many deaths does homosexuality cause in porportion to something like alcohol, traffic accidents, or even violent crime? Morevoer, what evidence is there that the APA's decision to remove homosexuality from illness was politically motivated? Please provide some evidence to back up your claims.
Jay Wye Wrote: Nov 14, 2012 6:56 PM
then there's the political act of the APA in changing homosexuality from the mental illness that it is,to classing it as "normal".
Homosexuals weren't removed from the mental illness list by scientific breakthrough, they weren’t cured, the Gaystapo simply forced a vote on the APA.

SUPPORTERS OF SAME-SEX MARRIAGE have reason to cheer after last week's election. Supporters of democratic self-government, even those of us who oppose gay marriage, do too.

On Nov. 6, for the first time ever, voters in three states – Maine, Maryland, and Washington – redefined marriage by popular vote. In Minnesota, residents said no to a constitutional amendment enshrining the traditional understanding of marriage as the union of a man and a woman. There is no denying the significance of these results: Previously the issue had gone to the ballot in 32 states, and in all 32 same-sex marriage was defeated....