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Thoughts On Legal Gay Marriage In California?From Current Events Forum:
Thoughts on legal gay marriage in California? so if you haven't heard, gay marriage is now legal in California...any thoughts? personally, I think, its about time!
Answer: You people who believe being homosexual is a illness are ignorant. Listen "genetic scans showed a clustering of the same genetic pattern among the gay men on three chromosomes -- chromosomes 7, 8, and 10. These common genetic patterns were shared by 60% of the gay men in the study. This is slightly more than the 50% expected by chance alone." (quote from Is There a 'Gay Gene'? Web MD Medical News)It's not their choice, and even if it is, what makes it so wrong? They wouldn't make babies anyways.Their gay..Also,look at Brittney and K's marriage. Think that’s sacred? What if I discriminated against heterosexual marriage, and everyone said it was wrong, including the bible? Some people who don't plan to have kids get married, and only the heterosexual people are spared the constant barrage of complaints of their lack of contribution to society. I’m 12 and already I understand the concept of marriage better than you. Marriage is about LOVE, not gender.Please,think about it. If you don't agree, don’t make fun of them. They are humans, with emotions.
Are Jews Supposed To Be Voting Against Legal Gay Marriage In California?From Religion & Spirituality Forum:
are Jews supposed to be voting against legal gay marriage in California? Proposition 8 reverses the gay marriage thing, and will make the weddings void also. Religious organizations which support Proposition 8 include the Roman Catholic Church, Knights of Columbus, Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, a group of Evangelical Christians led by Pastor Jim Garlow~ Rock Church in San Diego, American Family Association, Focus on the Family and the National Organization for Marriage
Answer: I know a lot of Jewish people, I was raised Jewish myself, and I don't know ANY Jewish people who hate gays. In fact I know a lot of gay Jewish people. Jews are very tolerant of gays. So I don't understand why they would join Christians, Mormons, Catholics, etc. in opposing this ruling. It's Orthodox Jews, who are a small minority, especially here in California. But even so, I'm shocked. I think the ad we've been seeing on TV for Prop 8 is very misleading and dishonest. It says that churches will lose their tax exemption and gay marriage will be 'taught in school'. It acts like gays will take over. I think that's just disgusting. Luckily the proposition seems to be failing.
Legal Gay Marriage In California, What Do You Think?From Law & Ethics Forum:
Legal Gay Marriage in California, What do you think? I am pro gay marriage, but I want to see other people's opinions and their reasons behind it.
Answer: It won Mr Bush a ND term and will likely win a term for Sen. McCain. If it was really about the constitution of California the decision could have been made in the ND week of November. I am undecided. Yes, it is immoral but ax murderers and drug dealer can get married.
Will Legal Gay Marriage In California Affect The Military'S 'Don'T Ask Don'T Tell'?From Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Forum:
Will legal gay marriage in California affect the military's 'don't ask don't tell'? I would assume that there are homosexuals in the military that simply don't talk about it to comply with the "don't ask don't tell" policy. And some of them might be in committed relationships. Some of these military people might want to marry their significant other, even though they have never discussed this in a military setting. But if they are married, certainly this will be a form of 'telling'. Will the legalization of gay marriage in California have much of an impact on the military in this respect?
Answer: It may very well be a catalyst for it anyway. But I think the DAFT thing is on the way out anyway, as it justly needs to be. There are many military forces in other countries that openly allow gays to serve and there has never been a problem. Australia comes to mind first.
Thoughts On Legal Gay Marriage In California?From Current Events Forum:
Thoughts on legal gay marriage in California? so if you haven't heard, gay marriage is now legal in California...any thoughts? personally, I think, its about time! http://edition.cnn.com/2010/US/08/04/california.same.sex.ruling/index.html?hpt=T1&iref=BN1#fbid=SvWa-ahC8Zg&wom=false
Answer: I don't get why the government would care. If you love someone the same gender as you, you should be allowed to have a relationship, and if it gets serious, get married.
Do You Think This Will Not Last Long (Legal Gay Marriage In California)?From Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Forum:
Do you think this will not last long (Legal GAY Marriage in California)? SOME PEOPLE*I won't point fingers* are really REALLY determined to ban it again... What do u guys think will happen
Answer: Anything could happen. I for one would fight the ban because of people I know. I'm actually thinking of going to a get-together in San Francisco sometime. It's not that far from where I live.
How Can Traditional Marriage Be Banned?From Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered Forum:
How can traditional marriage be banned? I read an article on this and I just cannot believe that I am reading this. http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=74768 bostezo--"I received back the license and a letter from the Placer County Clerk/Recorder stating that the license 'does not comply with California State registration laws,'""unacceptable alteration," --so its OK to not have husband and wife? I guess..I did read it right!! juxtarob- who are you referring too? As I might add..I have been with my partner for yrs and this is not the way to win!! Its not about taking away from and giving to gays..that is NOT what its supposed to be about. I have already wrote to several in office on this. Doesn't any one see this will only divide us more? Bostezo- again I state..why should it even be that way? That is the problem within itself. If they are one man and one woman it should be written, and etc..not party A and B..I sure as heck wouldn't go for that, you would? again boasters..(you sure run a hard bar gin ;) ) what is wrong with man and wife..that is the debate. Why should that be taken away? Quite frankly, why not..man and wife..wife and wife, and husband and husband? or one paper that has all those and then a box to check..I can see the screw up now..with the party A and party B I have been around long enough to know those always get messed up... Bostezo- actually you are being questioned in your marriage..if you wern't than we wouldn't be having this conversation..I get your point/ but I just don't agree with Oh, I had Party A marriage or whatever..
Answer: That is NOT what the article means. "Worldnetdaily" has a way of spinning things and making them sound like something they really aren't. What the article is describing is that the language has been changed on Marriage certificates in California from "Bride" and "Groom" to "Party A" and "Party B", to allow for the newly legal gay marriages in California. This does not impede the abilities of straight couples to marry in any way. Straight couples can still get married in California the same way that they always do. 69stang: The license was sent back because the couple wrote "Bride and groom" next to "Party A and Party B" in an area on which they were not supposed to write. This is the equivalent to doodling on a legal document. 69stang (again, lol): What other way could they do it? Should they have three different versions of marriage licenses? One for Lesbian couples, one for Gay couples, and one for Straight couples? The only way to address those all in one certificate is "Party A" and "Party B" 69stang (Wow again): I guess they figured having "Party A" and "Party B" would be easier than having little check boxes for bride and groom. To me, check boxes would make me feel as if I were being quizzed on my marriage licence. It's not that big of a deal, really. What difference would it make if one married couple puts "man-man" and another puts "man-woman"? It's not like that information is really of any value.
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