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Lawmakers: Anti-Bullying Conference Bullies Conservatives, Christians

tgwWhale Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 9:17 AM
Carlos: Are homosexuals capable of love? Of course they are. But one of the (many) main problems with homosexual sex is that it very rarely is about love. Far, far more common for gays are anonymous or casual liaisons. I have known many gays in my life, and I NEVER knew one that was in a committed, permanent, faith relationship with another. In other words, they were capable of love, but love had very little to do with their sexuality, which was quite purely an exercise in libido and nothing more.
jwilliams Wrote: Mar 29, 2013 9:21 AM
"Far, far more common for gays are anonymous or casual liaisons."

Couldn't we say something similar about heterosexual sex? The single guys and single ladies who bring each other home from bars are not usually in it for love.

"I have known many gays in my life, and I NEVER knew one that was in a committed, permanent, faith relationship with another."

Good for you. Most of the gay people I know are in such relationships. So much for personal anecdotal evidence.

A group of nearly two dozen Republican lawmakers is threatening to pull state funding from an Iowa community college unless they defund an anti-bullying program that the lawmakers say bullies Christians and conservatives.

The Des Moines Area Community College is one of several sponsors of the Iowa Governors Conference on LGBTQ Youth – scheduled to be held next week. The program was founded by Iowa Safe Schools.

The college’s Young Americans for Freedom chapter filed a Freedom of Information Act request and discovered that tax and tuition dollars were being used to cover the costs.

“It’s outrageous,” said Jake Dagel, chairman...