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#1 by GlobalLove » Tue May 17, 2016 23:41

“Everyone deserves to live free of stigma, persecution, and discrimination – no matter who they are or whom they love." PM Justin Trudeau Full story Let's share Global Love to recognize the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia.
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#2 by proadco » Wed May 18, 2016 00:15

Don't have to read it. Justin Trudeau is an idiot!
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#3 by valerie » Wed May 18, 2016 00:39

Well I don't know. I just don't know. I really really really don't know.

I do my best to not judge because.....I just don't know. I leave that
up to God.

I think maybe the problem is not with love. I just don't see love as
the issue.

I think the problem is with sex. There are people that are not really
one way or another way. They are a pretend way. A way that they
either desire the sex, not the love OR they desire the attention or some
other something or other, not love.

I also think its about respect, decency, and morality.

Many many years ago, a young man came to our house and knocked
on the door. My grandfather went to the door and the man ask where
so and so lived. My grandfather told him to get off our property and
not come back unless he had a shirt on next time.

You see THAT is the real problem. Disrespect and lack of morality and
lack of decency.
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#4 by tasman1 » Wed May 18, 2016 00:53

I see that we are all in love now and at the same time we are all going down, personaly , politicaly etc.
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#5 by The_Helper » Wed May 18, 2016 00:59

valerie wrote: Well I don't know. I just don't know. I really really really don't know.

I do my best to not judge because.....I just don't know. I leave that
up to God.

I think maybe the problem is not with love. I just don't see love as
the issue.

I think the problem is with sex. There are people that are not really
one way or another way. They are a pretend way. A way that they
either desire the sex, not the love OR they desire the attention or some
other something or other, not love.

I also think its about respect, decency, and morality.

Many many years ago, a young man came to our house and knocked
on the door. My grandfather went to the door and the man ask where
so and so lived. My grandfather told him to get off our property and
not come back unless he had a shirt on next time.

You see THAT is the real problem. Disrespect and lack of morality and
lack of decency.

Very beautifully put, Val. :xsmile: I need to quote this. Each & Every word is very true. :clap:
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#6 by GlobalLove » Wed May 18, 2016 05:21

Hello guys , in my humble opinion , we do not necessarily have to be gay to respect and recognize their rights

Modern psychology asserts 40 years of study indicates homosexuality is not a personal choice.

The APA has declared LBG as not a mental illness or disorder with no identifiable dissimilar psychopathology, as both heterosexual and homosexual behaviors are normal aspects of human sexuality. :D Let's embrace them and accept them just the way they are .

Being a gay is not a choice , but being a Bigot certainly is :D
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#7 by cookin2 » Wed May 18, 2016 21:36

GlobalLove wrote: Hello guys , in my humble opinion , we do not necessarily have to be gay to respect and recognize their rights

Modern psychology asserts 40 years of study indicates homosexuality is not a personal choice.

The APA has declared LBG as not a mental illness or disorder with no identifiable dissimilar psychopathology, as both heterosexual and homosexual behaviors are normal aspects of human sexuality. :D Let's embrace them and accept them just the way they are .

Being a gay is not a choice , but being a Bigot certainly is :D

I didn't always think that being gay wasn't a choice, but as I've aged, thought about it and read, I'm now convinced that being gay is not a choice.

However, I disagree with bigotry being a choice. It's learned at a young age and perpetuated after that. People will say that they are not bigots but will also say that gay behavior is immoral. I think it will take a few generations before things change.
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#8 by proadco » Wed May 18, 2016 22:20

If You're Going To Talk About Choice


Straight people didn't have a choice when they got the Gay Bomb or Did They?


The "halitosis bomb" and "gay bomb" are informal names for two theoretical non-lethal chemical weapons that a United States Air Force research laboratory speculated about producing; the theories involve discharging female sex pheromones over enemy forces in order to make them sexually attracted to each other.

In 1994 the Wright Laboratory in Ohio, a predecessor to today's United States Air Force Research Laboratory, produced a three-page proposal on a variety of possible nonlethal chemical weapons, which was later obtained by the Sunshine Project through a Freedom of Information Act request.[1][2][3][4][5]

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#9 by proadco » Wed May 18, 2016 22:46

Pentagon Planned ‘Gay Bomb’
Air Force confirms report
Infowars.com - April 1, 2015





The Air Force confirmed a report on Tuesday that in 1994 a military researcher requested $7.5 million to develop a non-lethal “love bomb” that would chemically alter the state of mind of enemy troops and make them want to have sex with each other rather than fight.


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#10 by proadco » Wed May 18, 2016 22:55

Pentagon “gay bomb” was only part of the plan to destroy the sexes

Infowars.com
January 11, 2014

Alex Jones and Dr. Edward Group expose the chemical warfare that’s been unleashed on the public: chemicals are added to the food supply that disrupt hormones, reduce fertility and wreck havoc on gender identity, effectively making men act like women and women act like men.


For example, a Kaiser Permanente study published online in the journal Birth Defects Research stated that in utero exposure to Bisphenol-A may adversely affect male genital development.

“This finding indicates that BPA may interfere with testosterone function during fetal development because the shortened AGD indicates under-developed male genitalia, likely due to an abnormal testosterone function,” the report read
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#11 by valerie » Wed May 18, 2016 23:38

I don't watch all that junk on infowar and stuff like that.

However, I do disagree. Everything in life IS primarily a choice. Our decisions are ours.
The exception of course, is having been forced by circumstances beyond our control....such
as being beaten or having a gun to our head.

I could have chosen not to marry. I could have chosen to become a nun. I could have
chosen not to have children. I could have decided to be single all my life.

There has never been anyone forcing me to marry or forcing me to have children or
forcing me to be anything but what I choose to be.

I don't care what people choose to be. What I care about is what they choose to do to
me or in my presence or how they respect or disrespect me.

I've had many friends over the years that are gay. They have all been very professional
people that are respectful of others.

When I see a group of people walking down the middle of the streets protesting for gay
rights and they are holding signs and chanting for gay rights.....and they have nothing
on but thongs, wild cosmetics, cross dressers, etc.....that does nothing for my respect
of them. If anyone cannot respect me, I have little desire to respect them. I see people
like that as heathens. They remind me of something that should be taken out with the
trash.

When I see gay people that are decently dressed, conduct theirselves in a respectful
and civilized manner, I give respect back.

To me, it is like everything else that has become twisted and dirty over time. I call it
the EVOLUTION of DISGRACE. The loss of morals. The loss of respect. The loss of
REAL TRUE LOVE.

That's the big problem in this world. Lack of respect. Lack of decency. I can relate
to how Moses must have felt when he came down off that mountain.
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#12 by seaeagle » Thu May 19, 2016 06:50

I don't care what people wear or do if they are not hurting anyone else. Who cares if they are straight or gay? Who cares if 2 men or 2 women kiss in public? We're not Iran or Saudi Arabia where all public affection is banned. Who cares if they like wearing skimpy clothing or look a bit rough? I grew up on Sydney's northern beaches - I'm used to seeing people in skimpy swimwear. Now I live in the city, I often see people in skimpy clothes heading out to the nightclubs. I do not condemn them; they are young people enjoying life (as they should be doing).

Who are we to judge others because they don't meet our personal behavioral or moral criteria?

A former boss of mine who was a great friend and also gay told me that the easiest way to spot a gay man who hasn't yet come out is to look for the man who is most terrified of gay people. Look for the man in the crowd who is anti-gay, and you have probably found another man who is gay (or at least a little curious).

Even modern scientific studies have shown that the more homophobic a man is, the more likely he is to become aroused when he sees a picture of a naked man.

I believe strongly in freedom & liberty of the individual. The government, religious groups & other busybodies should stay out of our private lives. That freedom & liberty includes sexual freedom.

Maybe we all just need to stop worrying so much about what others are doing & start looking at our own behaviours & attitudes.
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#13 by Sarah_Hill » Thu May 19, 2016 07:06

I agree everything in life is primarily a choice, and I believe so even if you're being beaten or have a gun to your head. When it comes to ways of thinking or states of mind, if people can for example recover from major problems such as depression, I have no doubt they can also decide to stop believing and start questioning all the stuff they were taught from their childhood, providing they feel something's wrong or just don't feel comfortable.

That said, choosing your sexual condition is not the same as choosing not to marry. I mean, I couldn't get to feel attracted to a woman, in the same way as I suppose a lesbian couldn't feel attracted to any man. If you state that homosexuals (the real ones, not the pretending ones) could choose to become heterosexuals, then the opposite would also be true, which is clearly not (at least not in my case).

Of course, one can choose to become a celibate... but this should be a personal choice, not an imposition based on your sexual orientation. I mean, some people think sex for the sake of sex is immoral, but do they apply their morals to straight people or just to gays?

Anyway, despite gays' protests can be quite noisy and tiring, I don't find them more annoying than any other kind of protest (at least gays' are usually peaceful), as long as they don't rush in let's say the restaurant I'm eating in and sit down naked by my side. LOL

I remember once when I was strolling along the beach with some older relatives and I suddenly saw an old man approaching: I soon noticed he wasn't wearing trunks. Despite I got embarrassed and blushed while quickly looked away, it didn't traumatize me in the least. I'm not saying I don't understand it when people don't wish to see other people naked, I myself prefer non nudist beaches and people with some clothes on the streets, but still I don't care a bit what kind of dresses they choose to wear. What's more, I once saw a man in London who was wearing a hospital gown which was all open on the backside and you could perfectly discern his butt... and no one seemed to even notice it. I just found it odd and funny.

I think most people who are so concerned about what others wear or who they go to bed with have some kind of inflated ego issue.

Regards.
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#14 by Leloes » Thu May 19, 2016 10:29

I think what some gays don't understand is by dressing in an outlandish way marching down the street and the street and screaming about their rights they are hurting their own fight because the way they are going about it is an extreme turn off to most straight people. On the other hand if they dressed in a respectful way and marched they would find more straight people baking them. The sad fact is that most straight fact is that most straight people think that these parade marchers represent all of the gay community and they don't. They actually represent very few gays.
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#15 by skhandotmydroid » Thu May 19, 2016 14:08

choice or not, everyone has their rights.... except corruption, almost all the problems will be solved if people just mind their own business and prioritize freedom & love over religion. people should also use their hearts and brains instead of following news/media and religion.
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#16 by valerie » Thu May 19, 2016 14:32

Well I don't care if they are gay or straight, I don't want to see a bunch of
fat old naked farts marching down the street with thongs going up their crack
and their saggy balls flopping in the wind. If that is what gay is all about,
they should go fall off in the ocean for all I care.

I worked in health care most my life and I can tell you for a fact, I have seen
everything there is to see, inside and outside. In health care I was taught to
respect people's decency, even if they are dead....and I did and always have.

Some of the sights you run into online is enough to make a blind rat sick.

If you can't have respect for yourself, how do you expect others to respect you?

If I saw an old man walking towards me with no shorts on, I'd kick him in the balls!
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#17 by Leloes » Thu May 19, 2016 15:03

skhandotmydroid wrote: choice or not, everyone has their rights.... except corruption, almost all the problems will be solved if people just mind their own business and prioritize freedom & love over religion. people should also use their hearts and brains instead of following news/media and religion.

Thus you violate some peoples rights to follow religion and the media. So you say that other peoples rights are more important than others? :? You just contradicted the start of your statement.
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#18 by Sarah_Hill » Thu May 19, 2016 15:04

valerie wrote:If I saw an old man walking towards me with no shorts on, I'd kick him in the balls!

I'm not sure if that comment is related to the anecdote on the beach I talked about, but just in case... that old man with no trunks on who was approaching was just taking a relaxed walk along the beach, as me and my family were. He wasn't intentionally walking towards me with a suspicious attitude or anything like that, it just happened that he probably was on the nudist side of the beach and then kept walking, so we crossed paths.

In fact, we kept walking and visited the nudist area, which was actually the most beautiful, clean and calm; as a kid, it shocked me a little bit to see all that people sunbathing in the nude, but as I said, none of that traumatized me, probably because it was shown to me as something natural, nothing to be afraid of. So I just enjoyed all the beauty and had an interesting and good time.
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#19 by Leloes » Thu May 19, 2016 15:17

valerie wrote: Well I don't care if they are gay or straight, I don't want to see a bunch of
fat old naked farts marching down the street with thongs going up their crack
and their saggy balls flopping in the wind. If that is what gay is all about,
they should go fall off in the ocean for all I care.

I worked in health care most my life and I can tell you for a fact, I have seen
everything there is to see, inside and outside. In health care I was taught to
respect people's decency, even if they are dead....and I did and always have.

Some of the sights you run into online is enough to make a blind rat sick.

If you can't have respect for yourself, how do you expect others to respect you?

If I saw an old man walking towards me with no shorts on, I'd kick him in the balls!

I agree. When I was young I worked in a nursing home and I saw everything you can think of and then some but so naked bodies, puke, crap, blood, etc. are nothing to me. But for a person, gay or straight, to show no respect for themselves or others I don't understand. Maybe it's my age. I don't know. I'd like to think even the kids today feel the same way. As far as all the naked old farts running around and gays in thongs. That's definitely not all gays. I know gays that that disgusts them, too.
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#20 by GlobalLove » Thu May 19, 2016 15:20

Since childhood I have always remembered when we have a voice, we have an obligation to empower them and the future is empathy ,we try to put ourselves in someone's shoes

I appreciate all the views shared here, :) thank you
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