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    Nov 6, 2006

    okay, i'm only gonna say this once ...

    Let me preface by saying I know what I'm about to ask is a loaded question, AND that I'd be getting an overwhelming and diverse amount of feedback, if not for my small audience.

    The Question:

    With the homosexual community so insistent that they are born the way they are, implying that their lifestyle is completely natural (as opposed to a chemical imbalance or other irregularity), then WHY within the "couple" does one "naturally" tend to be more masculine/feminine than their partner?

    3 comments:

    preemptive warrior said...

    I tend not to spend too much time contemplating people's sexual preferences. The only I really have with homosexuality is the gay agenda. I oppose gay marriage on the grounds that right now everyone is equal, seeing as how a man can marry a woman and a woman can marry a man, regardless of which sex one decides to have sex with. Granting the right to same sex marriage would create a special rights situation.



    As for what people do in their bedrooms, I could care less. That's between them and God, just like the wrongness of my adultery and fornication is between me and Him.

    Scruluce said...

    well said ... overlooking "wrongness" ... well said. I agree completely on both counts. The last thing we need at this point in time is another "special rights" issue to swerve around, or to further hinder our political and judicial bodies. Ths second point of "Between them and God" is also quite accurate. I am in no place to judge anyone other than myself on actions. That said, I do still find it ironic, and I leave the question on the table for discussion.

    preemptive warrior said...

    Oh, my comments were in no way meant to be scathing towards the interestng idea that you put forth. Despite my apathy towards what people do in their bedrooms, I know that something like 85% if the "gay community" is the enemy due to the aforementioned gay agenda and its assault on democracy. On Tuesday, several states passed referendum to "ban" same-sex marriage. There can be no legitimate argument against these referenda, as they're a fine display of federalism at its best. Besides, I'd love to see anybody challenge it and take it to the SCOTUS, given its current makeup. Legislation and direct votes are always better than court interpretation. See Roe vs. Wade.