View Poll Results: Do you support the legalization of same sex marriages?

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Thread: Should Same Sex Marriage Be Legal?

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    Should Same Sex Marriage Be Legal?

    Inspired by this thread. What do you think?

    Quote Originally Posted by Æmeric View Post
    Laws that ban same-sex marrigage are not discriminatory. They apply to everyone, heterosexual & homosexual. And homosexuals are allowed to marry according to the laws that apply to everyone else - someone of the opposite gender, above the age of consent, single divorced or widowed & not a near relative. And most of the people who support this nonsense aren't even gay, they're idiots who have embraced multicultural-secular-progressivism as a newage religion & they support anything non-traditional that is warped & bizarre.
    Quote Originally Posted by Æmeric View Post
    It is being promoted by the media & is protrayed as the new normal. And as cool. It's another way Western societies are being retooled into something obscene, along with multiracialism & so called gender-equality &/or gender ambiguity. There is really no other reason to redefine an institution found among all civilizations since the dawn of time (in some societies polygamous rather then monogamous but never same sex) to satisfy the whims of perhaps 2% of the population. They should be satisfied with being able to do what they want with other consenting adults in the privacy of their own bedrooms but no, they (gay-activists) want society to know about them & approve & applaud their lifestyle-choice.

    Ironically those gays who take advantage of the right-to-marry may regret it, as gay marriage actually provides an official registry of (some)homosexuals. Probably something pro-gay activists never thought of.


    Actually I find the whole issue of same-sex marriage to be bizarre. 25-years ago the issue of gay-marriage was as ridiculous as the possible "Browning of America" or the likelihood that a Muslim Mulatto could be a serious contender for the White House. It's a symptom of the sickness contributing to the decline of the West.

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    I believe Homosexuality should be illegle, or rarther just as good as illegle as communities wont tolerate it, as I dont think centralised government has the right to make laws on such things.

    So my answer is No.

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    The times, they are a changin'!

    I'll quote someone else:
    Quote Originally Posted by OneEnglishNorman View Post
    I disagree with the state being involved in marriage, it should be a formal ceremony (religious or otherwise) with friends & family, and probably a private contractual aspect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulf View Post
    The times, they are a changin'!
    They certainly are.



    "How many kinds of sweet flowers grow
    In an English country garden?"
    We'll tell you now of some that we know
    Those we miss you'll surely pardon
    Daffodils, heart's ease and phlox
    Meadowsweet and lady smocks
    Gentian, lupin and tall hollyhocks
    Roses, foxgloves, snowdrops, forget-me-nots"
    In an English country garden".
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    Africans competing and beating each other up for your entertainment. Makes me feel at Rome.

    EDIT to keep on topic:
    Don't take others rights away unless you are comfortable with your own taken.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ulf View Post
    Don't take others rights away unless you are comfortable with your own taken.
    There is an important distinction to be made. Their rights are not being taken away at all; they were never granted.
    "Ocean is more ancient than the mountains, and freighted with the memories and the dreams of Time."
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    Absolutely not.

    Quote Originally Posted by BeornWulfWer View Post
    They certainly are.

    What a travesty. People who play rugby for England should be Saxons, not Negroids.

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    I'm opposed to gay marriage, and I also oppose the state granting gay couples legal rights. They should not be acknowledge in any way except for what they in reality are, an abnormality that seeks acceptance by legal means so they can force their leftist morality onto the people. Once they manage to achieve a position of moral superiority on a particular issue, you can be certain of the fact that they wont allow any opposition to their moral monopoly.

    Not one step back is my stance on this issue, and any other issue where the left seeks to destroy our culture, our moral and social order, our values, our identity and our heritage and to replace it with some kind of Alice in wonderland creation, curtesy of their perverted minds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Psychonaut View Post
    There is an important distinction to be made. Their rights are not being taken away at all; they were never granted.
    The same could be said of the colonies. The founders were the first to grant those rights to a nation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Patrioten View Post
    and any other issue where the left seeks to destroy
    Our culture should be beyond left or right. Balance is needed.

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    If one means by "civil union" a purely contractual relation, I have no problem with that. It's between the parties involved. Marriage is a more loaded term, so it's best it remained the choice of the institution doing the marrying whether or not it'd grant such a ceremony to homosexual individuals.

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