See what others’ have said…

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Just reading the comments sections at various blogs we have been amazed at the amount of ‘rights talk’ and how many references have been made to no less than seven different ‘rights issues’  being mentioned. The following is a list of those alleged rights that have been either abused or violated.

Legal rights, Equal rights, Inalienable rights, Gay Rights, Constitutional rights, Fundamental rights, and Natural rights have all been used to identify where by some means the LGBT community has been suffering.

For today’s article we have decided to feature some of what other people have said predicated upon the blogs we visited. We hope you enjoy this read.

It is a shame that so few understand the true nature of this fight.

Sadly this is the reality of the issue; if one looks at the piece directly below this one in “Realities of Same-Sex Marriage there is an apparent ‘hidden agenda.’

up-quote-blueFrom the gay radical perspective, this is not really about law; this is about being accepted as normal. In the minds of homosexuals, the words sick, perverted and deviant must be removed from our association with their “life style”. In the early seventies the American Psychological Association was bullied by the radical gays, into removing their condition from their list of disorders. Ever since then, the drum beat has been for social acceptance. If they would only realize that their extreme radical activities are only creating resistance from normal people. Please don’t come back with the lame civil rights comparisons. This resistance is a normal biological, natural abhorrence and not a bigoted reaction to conditioning..

Very interesting perception…

To gay marriage advocates: How can you not see this as an assault on religious values? If you don’t think so, then answer the question I posed earlier:  If all your legal rights are addressed in civil unions, why are you trying to change the definition of marriage?

Based on an earlier article here at American Age, it was nice to see someone else aligns the attack on marriage as a meaning change to words.

The idea of homosexual wedlock is a direct attack on the fundamentals of Christian Marriage. Christianity unequivocally defines “marriage” as a bond between a Man and a Woman and as such is blessed by God. The social and legal giving of this name to the homosexual bond defiles the very meaning of “marriage”.

Pursuant to Jerry Brown’s (Attorney General for California) verbiage, he defines marriage as an “Inalienable Right” that should be granted to the LGBT community. This person also voted against Proposition 8, furthermore, inalienable rights are described as those ordained by God.

This is precisely the goal of those who want same gender “marriage”. This is primarily a cultural problem. In most states legal options exist for homosexuals to enjoy all the rights of “bonded” couples. This is an attack on our Christian foundations.”

up-quote-blueBecause homosexuality seems to be a choice, any attempt to normalize the activity in civil law, destroys the necessary barrier to endless socially destructive activities. The only hope the gay community has for civil rights protection is to prove their compulsion is inborn.

Because Natural Law has created a normal revulsion to such things as rotting meat, so it is with the reaction by normal people to same sex coupling. Biological responses are inborn and homosexual practices must be learned. Forty years of research has not found any biological connection. Twins who are raised separately when subject to genome cross comparison and other non-social influenced investigation have come up with nothing.

It’s time for the gay community to move on.

We thought it would be an interactive activity, mostly to see what your responses would be to any one of these quotes. Again these are from comments observed at other sites.

However, we do encourage decorum and non-abusive speech. If you feel your comment is rude, obnoxious, or inappropriate chances are we do as well. Cheers!

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