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Censoring the 'Anti-Gay' Viewpoint

Mad Max Wrote: Jun 19, 2013 7:55 AM
"To tolerate perversions committed by consenting adults in decent privacy is necessary in a free society." Not necessarily. Until 2003 many states outlawed homosexual sodomy between consenting adults. Was anyone less free then? No. But since the Supreme Clowns reversed their own Bowers v. Hardwick decision less that 20 years after deciding it, we've become less free as a society. People can't even express disfavor of sodomy without being intimidated, excoriated and punished by the partisans of sexual "liberty."
Joycey Wrote: Jun 19, 2013 9:02 AM
Mad Max, it was wise. It kept people from doing what they are doing now. Polite people do not talk about sex in public. Children should not be subjected to public XXX behavior or discussions. When my children were young and Bill Clinton was president I had to be careful that their little ears did not hear what he was doing. Children need normal. Children need to stay children while they are children. Innocent.