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    Re: Are Gay People "Abnormal"?

    Quote Originally Posted by kaya'08 View Post
    So what's your take on gay marriage?
    i think it's pretty clearly a state decision. not really sure how that fits into this discusion....

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    Re: Are Gay People "Abnormal"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Paschendale View Post
    Yeah, and? The discussion at hand is "normality". Brutality and violence are certainly normal for human beings.
    charles manson is not normal. the definition you have provided is so open as to be meaningless.

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    Re: Are Gay People "Abnormal"?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    i think it's pretty clearly a state decision. not really sure how that fits into this discusion....
    What's your opinion on DOMA?
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    Re: Are Gay People "Abnormal"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Your Star View Post
    What's your opinion on DOMA?
    on that i'm less certain. i would say that defining marriage for the purposes of the federal government is definitely a function of congress and the executive.


    as a far as portability, however, i'm torn between the instinct is to say that it is illegal of them to try to say that one state can choose not to recognize the marriage contracts of another and the instinct that marriage licensing is a state authority, and it's not up to congress to tell a state what they must or must not extend in that area. even for our second amendment rights - which are directly and blatantly demanded, as opposed to "marriage rights" which one must read through penumbra's and "senses of the times" to achieve - we allow states to refuse to acknowledge (for example) concealed carry licenses of the others that put into place standards of which that state disapproves.

    i would like to see the SCOTUS take up that portion of the issue, but I would rather it be done honestly, which is to say, having an actual argument between a true proponent and a true detractor - as opposed to an administration charged with defending the law that refuses to do so.
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    Re: Are Gay People "Abnormal"?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    i think it's pretty clearly a state decision. not really sure how that fits into this discusion....
    No state should be in the business of denying people rights due to sexual orentation.

    This is one instance where I believe the Federal Government must stand up for the people of the entire land and declare that no man, woman or child should be discriminated against because of sexual orientation.

    End of story.

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    Re: Are Gay People "Abnormal"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    No state should be in the business of denying people rights due to sexual orentation.
    i agree. but i don't really see where that has anything to do with DOMA.

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    Re: Are Gay People "Abnormal"?

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    i agree. but i don't really see where that has anything to do with DOMA.
    Well except to say DOMA is a federally mandated denial of rights due to sexual orientation.

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    Re: Are Gay People "Abnormal"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    No state should be in the business of denying people rights due to sexual orentation.
    The biggest problem is that homosexuals literally push their abnormality to mentally sound people.

    Homosexuals know that their are ill, therefore they want to transform entirely society to a mentally hospital.

    5741 years long in all countries by all peoples homosexuality was considered as mentally illness and sin, but today homosexual mafia
    claims that homosexuality is not only fine but also better as normal sexual behavior. That is abhorrent.
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    Re: Are Gay People "Abnormal"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetboogieman View Post
    Well except to say DOMA is a federally mandated denial of rights due to sexual orientation.
    which if course, is a rather hotly debated matter.


    but one perhaps better suited to the sex and sexuality forums, where it seems to make up nearly 85% of the discussion.

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    Re: Are Gay People "Abnormal"?

    Quote Originally Posted by Paschendale View Post
    Let me check. Breathes oxygen? Check. Red blood cells? Yep. Communicates with the same sounds as everyone else? Mmhmm. Subject to all the same psychological and emotional stimuli? Big yes.

    Looks pretty normal to me.
    Using comparitives.

    Example Engine: yes
    Operational: yes
    Application intened: No

    No different with gay regardless of simularity.

    Human: yes
    Sexual Orintation: No
    Reproduction: No
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