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Okay, that answer was, I admit, clever. Well done. If only they'd take the various serious conservative proposals so seriously. Or apply the same level of candor and common sense to Benghazi.
This is so stupid. Anonymous editors - so "editors" afraid to be named. Or with no theological credentials. Either way. James I was not gay; he had seven live children and several stillborn or miscarried ones. He was called "Queen James" because he had "womanish" qualities - he was quiet, introverted, and laid-back, a scholar. It was a contrast to "King Elizabeth," who was quite aggressive in all aspects of her life. James I repeatedly condemned sodomy as a sin and a crime. I doubt he'd do that if he were partaking, not as religious as he was. Idiots, always looking for the gay in things.
No, we don't. We need leaders with the courage to tell the truth and do the right thing, and a citizenry that is educated enough and smart enough to elect them. NM. Maybe you're right.
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A Queer Need for Rejection

kywrites Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 10:43 AM
If homosexuality is indeed hardwired into the DNA, why is it that the dude who sexually harassed my very straight brother in the Navy kept encouraging him to just give it a try - to the point that my brother finally resigned to get away from him? Wouldn't he get a clue that my brother was hardwired to be straight? Gay people who treat others with respect get my respect. I have gay friends who are kind and do indeed believe in coexistence. They are awesome people and I love them. Most activist types, on the other hand, are not like that. I don't care who you sleep with. I do care when you shove it in my face and insist that I approve no matter what. It's not your business how I feel, but if you insist on sharing, I will share right back.
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