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Anti-Bullying Activist Dan Savage: Abortion Should Be Mandatory For the Next 30 Years

prondeau Wrote: Nov 07, 2013 11:57 AM
If everyone was like Dan Savage, their would be no population at all.
David3036 Wrote: Nov 08, 2013 5:13 AM
And if everyone were like the pope, there would be no population at all.

Learn the difference between "their," "there" and "they're" and then maybe we'll take you seriously.
far2right Wrote: Nov 08, 2013 9:27 AM
The pope is celibate by choice.

Homosexuals suffer from an aberrant genetic mutation which is counter to evolutionary order. In a word, they are mutants.

Since homosexuality is on the increase, the government must step in to control the increase of this unnatural degradation of the human gene pool.

The government should study it at first to find the homosexual gene or genes that cause this unnatural attraction to the same gender.

And if it continues to increase, measures should be taken to eradicate the malady from the human gene pool, including a pre-birth eugenics policy.

Was my diction to your liking?
MudontheTires Wrote: Nov 08, 2013 9:59 AM
"Learn the difference between "their," "there" and "they're" and then maybe we'll take you seriously."

Quit using weasel-worded excuses and you'll be taken seriously.
David3036 Wrote: Nov 08, 2013 7:04 PM
Homosexuality on the increase? Get real. It was likely as common thousands of years ago as it is today. The ONLY difference is that today's gay men and women can be more open about it.

That said, given that the vitriol expressed in these forums represents the opinions of a good many Americans, I would advise any gay person that it can still be dangerous to come out. Murders and gay-bashings have not abated, and all of the homophobic comments expressed here and published by so-called "family" organizations contribute to the climate that encourages the violence.

Even the former pope, Benedict, once said, “When civil legislation is introduced to protect behavior to which no one has any conceivable right, neither the church nor society at large should be surprised when other distorted notions and practices gain ground, and irrational and violent reactions increase.”

Doesn’t that sound a lot like an open invitation to beat up a fa&&ot? It’s almost a veiled threat, like saying, “We don’t condone violence, but don’t be surprised if it happens.”