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Why So Serious?
You shouldn't talk intelligence when you misspell half of your previous post, just saying.
As far as a response, why bother? You're clearly too dense to contemplate any sort of explanation anyone could give you.
Preach it bro.
So you really think people are born gay? LULZ
Just asked a question. Doesn't appear as though it got ignored. But ...
Show me one misspelling? I mixed up chose and choice once, but the rest is perfect...but sorry I guess spelling the word means more than the actual meaning.
Started at the bottom, now we here.....better get used to it.
You misspelled it three times, all i'm saying is if you want to call people on their intelligence, at least make sure you take the time to show your own intelligence.
Personally, I believe that whether being gay is a choice or not is irrelevant. Pay your taxes, obey the law, be kind to others, have a job/career, and overall be a contributing member to society. Do those things, and I'm good with you.
I'm a Christian, white, southern male who grew up in the upper middle class. I don't personally condone homosexuality nor do I want my children to be homosexual. But I realize that Jesus said "Love others as I have loved you." To do that, one must take people where there are at any given moment no matter the circumstances. As such, I accept gays for who they are and attempt to treat them as I wish to be treated.
I hope that Christians everywhere take this tact more in the future.
Please enlighten me by sharing these Jesus quotations on homosexuality.
In earnest, I think you're probably talking about *Paul* and his writings. Romans and Timothy and Corinthians.
Jesus never spoke specifically to homosexuality, though he did talk about marriage. I'll leave it up to others to determine the "Christian" response to the practice of homosexuality, but I would hope that it would adopt both the concept of love and admonishment. And as a separate issue, how should homosexuals be treated under law? My preference would be that there be no distinction whatsoever - not government's business.
Obama just said that he's "7 feet tall and can bang with Shaq". SMFH
As I gay man I agree. It was a choice. Just like Jackie Robinson chose to be super black. Uppity, I mean.
But not all homosexuals have the luxury of choice. I mean, did you choose to be profoundly retarded? Doesn't matter how many handles of Beam your mom put down while she was pregnant. It's not like you had any say in the outcome.
FYI- We call them flight attendants these days. Don't be sexist pig.
Correct, my child. I never said anything about the 'mosexuals.
Paul was a name-dropping a-hole. I never even met the dude.
The premise of my post shows that I did my due diligence to show that. The spelling was not my worry but the context of the post was. All I wanted to give was facts that people who are gay, have chosen to be that way. It has never been proven that there is a reason for people to be born gay, but it has been proven that kids are attracted to their opposite sex parent at the ages of 3-7. Until someone can disprove that then it is fact that a person made a choice to be gay.
In fact I was friends with a lesbian and a gay man. Both were friends in high school and the same age, not many people knew they were gay. Both agreed that it was a choice to be that way..they knew they weren't born that way. Both agreed they would get aroused by seeing the opposite sex, because that is how their mind worked. Well in the end the girl is now married to a man, and the guy is still openly gay
Agree with this 100%. We are all sinners, and we should not judge them.
I thought he said he's 7' tall and wants to bang shaq
Ill just leave this here...
You don't have to point out the obvious, it's clear you don't care when you continually state opinions as facts just thought I would try and lend a helping hand.
What i figured from a person like you
if its genetic why isn't his twin brother gay?
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