You Gays Are Ruining The Sanctity Of Marriage [Pic

Submitted by: fancylad 5 years ago in

Disgusting.
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Male 135
Neil Patrick Harris is such an excellent man.
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Female 471
Aw I love NPH`s babies :) Love it.
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Male 1
The reason that people want marriage vs a civil union is:
Married couples have 1,138 federal rights, protections and responsibilities such as:

Social Security benefits upon death, disability or retirement of spouse, as well as benefits for minor children.
Family and Medical Leave protections to care for a new child or a sick or injured family member
Workers` Compensation protections for the family of a worker injured on the job
Access to COBRA insurance benefits so the family doesn`t lose health insurance when one spouse is laid off
ERISA (Employee Retirement Income Security Act) protections such as the ability to leave a pension, other than Social Security, to your spouse
Exemptions from penalties on IRA and pension rollovers
Exemptions from estate taxes when a spouse dies
Exemptions from federal income taxes on spouse`s health insurance
The right to visit a sick or injured loved one, have a say in life a
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Male 13
Thank you markust123

I thought the other people would get that I meant the comments. Some of them are just rude and ignorant.
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Male 273
is mr. tommy lee a troll or just stupid? i am finding it hard to believe someone on this site doesn`t understand sarcasm and that i-a-b only posts in favor of gay rights. or maybe i am the one that doesn`t understand sarcasm and mr. tommy lee is just smarter than us all. his comment makes my brain hurt.
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Male 5,201
Burton_Ian, I`m sure he meant, I`m absolutely hating [the comments in] this post.
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Male 815
Mr. Thomas Lee fails to comprehend this post`s sarcasm

Great post, I love NPH
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Male 361
I did not know Neil Patrick Harris was gay! :S
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Male 13
I`m absolutely hating this post. I am not gay but I feel that this is not right on many levels. Neil Patrick Harris (the guy on the right) is clearly happy being gay. Just because he doesn`t like women don`t mean he is any different to you or I.
He is clearly showing his kids how much he loves them and showing them he is a fun loving guy who will do anything with his husband, David Burtka, to show those kids how much they mean to them!

So stop be homophobic, otherwise I shall leave the site and never come back! >-(

Everyone has rights so leave them be!
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Male 766
For Thousands of years a marriage has been predominantly known to be between one woman and one man. - - - tell that to the muzzies . . .
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Male 174
We have two gay couples babysitting our kids several times a week and they`re great at that. I actually know A LOT of gays and lesbians and none of them is bad with kids. So from what I know there`s absolutely no problem with them adopting children.
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Male 766
It is NOBODY`s business what goes on in any bedroom but YOUR own. Leave the poor gays alone. When your front yard is as pretty as theirs you might have a say . . .
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Male 1,449
I think he is offering up the kid as a sacrifice.
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Female 1,803
"Human history is ignore AT OUR PERIL! There`s a f-ing good reason why we "modern" humans do things, and it`s from 200K years of trial and error! To overturn that wisdom on under 50 years of "enlightenment" is suicidal."

Millions of gay people currently live in monogamous relationships. They just don`t have a piece of paper giving them certain basic rights and privileges given to traditional married people. Are you saying giving gay people the right to make financial and health decisions for each other is going to bring down society all of a sudden?

What EXACTLY do you expect to happen that is so cataclysmic?
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Male 735
oh boi it`s NPH
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Female 1,803
"I have a problem with homosexuals trying to define their relationships as the same or equal to my own. It`s like comparing apples and meatballs."

Apparently because, to you, "marriage" only means you can screw your wife on a regular basis and possibly pop out a kid. That`s the only difference between your marriage and theirs.
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Male 8
awesome :D
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Male 5,201
"I have a problem with homosexuals trying to define their relationships as the same or equal to my own. It`s like comparing apples and meatballs."

Aren`t we superior.
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Male 12,365
Incidentally, does anyone from either side disagree with my 3-part setup? I haven`t seen anyone disagreeing with it, ever, and I`m curious as to whether anyone does. It looks to me like it would neatly stop all the fighting. Which is probably why it`s not being suggested - too many people on both sides are more interested in fighting and imposing dominance than in a solution.
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Male 12,365
[quote]I have a problem with homosexuals trying to define their relationships as the same or equal to my own. It`s like comparing apples and meatballs.[/quote]

Why?

I`ve known a fair few homosexual couples, including some who are married. I`ve seen charming old couples who`ve been together for decades. I`ve seen violently abusive relationships. I`ve seen everything in between. What I haven`t seen is any difference between heterosexual couples and homosexual couples. Lots of differences between individual relationships, obviously, but nothing at all that differentiates all heterosexual relationships from all homosexual ones.

I wouldn`t say they`re equal. I`d say they`re identical.
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Male 12,365
[quote]@Angilion: I`d love to hear details, but IAB is hardly the place to discuss such things, eh?
It`s AMAZING to me how anyone "opposed to gay rights" must somehow be a "missionary position only" "super straight" person.[/quote]

It was a direct reply and rebuttal to Gerry1of1`s baseless accusations, i.e. it was relevant.
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Male 12,365
[quote]@insane_ai: I agree: Human history is ignore AT OUR PERIL! There`s a f-ing good reason why we "modern" humans do things, and it`s from 200K years of trial and error! To overturn that wisdom on under 50 years of "enlightenment" is suicidal.[/quote]

Slavery goes back at least as far as recorded history and was often commonplace enough to be normal. It`s probably as old as marriage. No way of knowing, since both predate recorded history, but there`s no reason why it shouldn`t be.

So...do you think slavery is a drating good thing and it`s suicide to outlaw it? If not, why not?

How about universal suffrage and a representative democracy? That`s a pretty new idea, so your argument applies against that too.

Have you worked for your lord recently?

I could go on, but I think the point is made. Learning from history doesn`t mean change is suicidal. Sometimes the lesson to be learned is that there`s a better way.
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Male 12,365
[quote]You made the statement, I just asked for clarification / justification.[/quote]

You aren`t stupid enough to think that`s what you were doing.

You made up something, claimed I said it and went off ranting about different things and claimed I said those too, then you demanded that I support *your* statements.

Go drat yourself. I`ve no obligation to support your lies. They`ve nothing to do with me.
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Male 5,201
One church accepts everyone as equals. Another church of the same denomination uses the bible to judge a whole group of people. One is loving and tolerant of all mankind. The other...
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Male 1,810
Ffs, everyone, the Mods attached an inflammatory caption to a picture that has no connection to the caption, just to troll and provoke a flame war. Trolololololololololololo. Trolololololololololololo. Trolololololololololololo
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Male 41,141
[quote]2) I`m not heterosexual.[/quote]
@Angilion: I`d love to hear details, but IAB is hardly the place to discuss such things, eh?
It`s AMAZING to me how anyone "opposed to gay rights" must somehow be a "missionary position only" "super straight" person.
I`m kinkier than... well it`s better left unsaid!

The point I`m making here is: BOTH SIDES love to stereotype. But only ONE side is accused of it.
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Male 79
haha sarcasm is awesome. i love it when these arguments get sparked. the bottom line is people are scared of something different from themselves. Who cares about the "sanctity of marriage" when two people love eachother thats a beautiful thing. marriage just means joining two people together it doesnt matter what sex they are. its not "unnatural" if anything its unnatural to deny them that right. to all you gay bashers, homaphobes, and people who believe a gay marriage is any different than a different sex marriage, get your head of your asses and recognize that people have as much right to be who they are as you do.
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Male 41,141
@insane_ai: I agree: Human history is ignore AT OUR PERIL! There`s a f-ing good reason why we "modern" humans do things, and it`s from 200K years of trial and error! To overturn that wisdom on under 50 years of "enlightenment" is suicidal.

@gothmo & @Gortrok: @Angilion has offered an outstanding 3-tiered solution for "marriage" which I heartily agree with! To get all uptight over a single word is so... feminist! And guess who`s been backing the homosexualists from the 70`s onward? The feminists, that`s who...
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Female 1,324
@insane_ai

So if we called it something different than marriage it would be ok? Someone not being equal because of their orientation and saying it`s because "for thousands of years it was marked one man one woman" is like saying it`s ok to own slaves of any race different than your own because it was ok before, or it`s ok to stone woman because hey it was ok. For thousands of years men would marry as many woman as they wanted, or would have countless concubines/mistresses. It is most definitely not comparing apples to meatballs, it`s comparing a red apple and a green apple. They`re both good and have their merits, and just because you don`t like green apples doesn`t mean they should be considered unequal to their counterparts, weird comparison but...

Besides, if two straight people can marry and be miserable, why can`t two gay people marry and be happy? Or just as freakin` miserable.
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Male 772
@insane_ai: How would gay people marrying each other affect you in ANY WAY besides morally, since you can`t count on a situational and highly subjective thing like morality? If two gay guys or girls living next door to you got married, would your lawn burst into flames? Would God come down and smite you for not preventing two people from communing in love? I don`t bloody well think so.

PS: "Feel free to disagree and have a seat on the STFU couch." Saying people who disagree with you should shut up is really pathetic.
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Male 1,891
@JannatheGrea:
You are obviously remarking from a position of great knowledge of my Wife and I. </sarcasm>

For Thousands of years a marriage has been predominantly known to be between one woman and one man. The movement to make two homosexuals relationship use the same term and be recognized as equal when it is neither is an affront to the majroity of people on the earth.

As for the straight bashing comments, yes it happens. I have been called `breeder` with a nasty tone before even though I did nothing to the people who used that term against me. Don`t act like the bigotry doesn`t go both ways and don`t accuse me of it without proof.

I like NPH. I have no problem with him having a male lover or adopting children.

I have a problem with homosexuals trying to define their relationships as the same or equal to my own. It`s like comparing apples and meatballs.

Feel free to disagree and have a seat on the STFU couch.
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Female 280
They don`t have any shoes on! What a horrible example they are setting for their children.
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Male 40,250

Angilion "group advocates have already succeeded in getting homosexuals superior status in law in the UK."

You made the statement, I just asked for clarification / justification.
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Male 5,201
By far the higher percentage of well adjusted kids comes from gay families. It takes a lot of work for a gay couple to have a child. They have to want to really be parents. Any retard straight person can knock someone up.
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Female 4,084
cute couple. cute kids. they all look so happy together. and that`s what counts, isn`t? happy couple, happy kids, nice loving positive joyful environment. who can argue with that?

oh, wait. someone here WILL argue with that...
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Male 12,365
[quote]Eventually their momentum runs out, sure it may take decades but ultimately the "excess" sotospeak will be undone.[/quote]

Or replaced by the same poo the other way.

Any prejudice or discrimination that splits humanity into two groups tends to lead to more of the same in reply because many people are like that. The more success any movement has in promoting prejudice and discrimination one way, the more prejudice and discrimination will be promoted the other way in response.

The only dampening effect is externally imposed, by people who promote equality instead of group advocacy.
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Male 12,365
[quote]In what way are you Heterosexualists suppressed?[/quote]

1) I`m not a heterosexualist.
2) I`m not heterosexual.
3) I never said that heterosexualists were being suppressed.
4) I never said that heterosexuals were being suppressed.
5) None of the things you claim are legal in the UK are legal in the UK.

You are an idiot if you think your post was a reasonable reply and a liar if you know it wasn`t. I`m not sure which is true and it doesn`t really matter.

If anyone wants to reply to what I wrote, feel free. I do, of course, have examples and legal precedents to back up what I actually said.
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Male 33
Legend... wait for it... dary!
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Female 4,447
I love you, NPH!!
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Male 6,737
Terrible...
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Male 41,141
Notice how quiet and well behaved I`m being?

Everyone noticing that?

Good, carry on while I read the comments...

>^,.^<
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Male 40,250

Angilion [quote]"group advocates have already succeeded in getting homosexuals superior status in law in the UK." [/quote]
In what way are you Heterosexualists suppressed? Are you banned from certain jobs or refused housing based on your Heterosexualist lifestyle? Can`t adopt or are you being Straight-Bashed in the streets?

Maybe gays superior social status is based on superior fashion sense?

Do explain, I can see the vultures circling now.
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Male 10,855
[quote]never seek the same rights for their chosen group. The whole point of group advocacy is more for the chosen group. It`s always more for the chosen group, regardless of circumstances.[/quote]

Eventually their momentum runs out, sure it may take decades but ultimately the "excess" sotospeak will be undone.
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Male 194
jaime76

The problem is circular arguments. Some religious extremists argue that allowing gay rights infringes upon their right to have their religious beliefs. Some gay rights activists argue that religious groups not accepting gay rights is against their rights to... well, be homosexual.

The problem is that the most vocal people in the debate seem to miss the point that arguing that your rights should be protected by violating somebody else`s rights is fundamentally flawed.

It`s as simple as this; homosexuals should have the right to get married and religious groups should have the right to refrain from performing the marriages. This way, both sides emerge with their rights intact and neither is infringed upon by the other.

From an outside (Canadian) perspective in a country were we allow gay marriage, it seems silly that there is such an obvious solution yet the debate goes nowhere because both sides are hell bent on convincing the other side th
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Male 210
Contrast this with the previous post for added effect.
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Male 835
Clearly a threat to our nation, society and moral fiber. I mean, just LOOK at them!! All ...gay and stuff! In public!! All..GAY! And sh*t!!
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Male 670
How is he gay? He`s clearly looking up that chick`s dress.
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Male 2,344
I`d still like to know why someone`s religious beliefs can block a person from engaging in a federal program designed to reward those involved in it?

your religious beliefs means jackpoo to me. save them for your church.
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Male 1,754
I would go gay for NPH
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Male 12,365
[quote]Gays against heterosexual rights?? Wtf? that the dumbest thing I`ve ever heard. They just want the same rights as everyone else[/quote]

Not always. People who advocate for a group (the most appropriate word in this case would be `homsexualists`, but too many people insist on pretending it means something else and stop thinking when they see the word) never seek the same rights for their chosen group. The whole point of group advocacy is more for the chosen group. It`s always more for the chosen group, regardless of circumstances.

So, for example, group advocates have already succeeded in getting homosexuals superior status in law in the UK. They`re not stopping, obviously, because the whole point is more for the chosen group, *always more*.

Group advocacy is not, never has been and never can be anything to do with equality.
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Male 12,365


I favour dropping the word `marriage` entirely. Why bother fighting over a word? It doesn`t have any inherent meaning. It`s just a noise or a collection of lines.

I`d split the three different things called `marriage` into three different things:

1) Personal. Vows to each other. `Wedding` would be a good word for that, as `wedding` comes from an OE word meaning `to vow`.

2) Government recognition. This is where *all* the legal rights and responsibilities go. `civil partnership` would be a good name, as that`s what it is.

3) Religious recognition. Up to each individual religion which relationships they`ll recognise and what they`ll call it. `Blessing`, maybe.
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Male 12,365
Patchouly, you are wrong. The word `marriage` was intended to refer to hetersosexual relationships.

You can reasonably argue that it shouldn`t be restricted that way, but you can`t reasonably lie about history for political purposes. That degree of revisionism for political purposes is morally wrong.
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Male 163
I think some of the IAB user`s sarcasm detectors are malfunctioning.
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Male 3,894
Ruined.
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Male 289
NPH is a great dad.
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Female 149
Gays against heterosexual rights?? Wtf? that the dumbest thing I`ve ever heard. They just want the same rights as everyone else, not to turn heterosexual marriage around. These dudes are most likely better dads than you and your spouse combined times a million. Douche.
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Female 8,120
Who cares what gender your parents are, as long as they love you, bring you up well and make you feel safe and wanted.
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Male 4,745
insane_ai"
"Why are gays so against heterosexual rights? Stop attacking us already. You got your civil unions, leave my marriage alone."
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Your marriage? I`m a married man and I would like to share the term "marriage" with my gay friends. I have every bit as much right to that word as you do. What we need is a new term for you religious bigots. Something like..."A religious bigoted union". "Hi! I`m Carl and this is my wife Betty. We were joined in a religious bigoted union just last week!" . Then, you can defend the sanctity of that and the rest of us can enjoy the term marriage the way it was intended.
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Male 3,285
@gerry no need to worry. Neither of them is fancylad...
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Male 1,891
Why are gays so against heterosexual rights? Stop attacking us already. You got your civil unions, leave my marriage alone.
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Male 4
Is that NPH?
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Male 15,510
Child abuse!
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Male 40,250

Pervs!
Ones looking her skirt while the other has his hand on that boys ass!
call CPS!
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Male 203
@famajah I couldn`t agree more. Why do people find it so wrong? :l I bet some of the most succesful people have been/will be raised by gay couples.
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Male 40
Only the gays would put their child in a dangerous position like that. PUBLIC FLOGGING!!!
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Male 4,793
I think I know why there are some people that are so retardedly against gay rights.

I just thought about the mechanics of gay male sex and it felt so DISGUSTINGLY WRONG. I`m not saying it IS wrong, I`m saying from my straight perspective it feels wrong and it makes me think "why would anybody want to do that".

So that is my best guess as to why some people are retardedly against it. I am not against gay rights in any way, because I`m not retarded and I say to each their own, and this is America where we can do what we want. I think what the anti-gay people are missing, is the knowledge of the fact that we don`t have to agree with what everybody else does, we just have to let them be and exist together.
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Male 29
tsk tsk. Look at how he makes that child so happy and feel so safe and secure! Just drating disgusting...
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Male 3,425
Ummmm... what?
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Male 21,016
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