Saturday, May 12, 2012

Homosexual Marriages...

The United States of America are divided on many issues. At this point in time the big divider is the political/religious viewpoint on homosexual marriages. Well quite frankly i think this is a bunch of bullshit. Homosexual marriages shouldn't be an issue; if two men or two women want to get married, let them. So someone's silly religion says "no!", that religion shouldn't dictate what everyone else does with their lives. Here we have states that allow 50 year old pervert men to marry 14 year old children (which apparently is also acceptable in the christian bible) yet these same perverts are the ones that get to vote against homosexual marriage. There's a hell of a lot wrong with that. Since when does church get to melt into state law? Did the founding fathers of our country not warn us against blending the two? Were they not in favour of keeping them separate? You see, the real issue here is Christianity, which, once again, is trying to take over everyone's lives. Not everyone is a christian, not everyone should have to bow to the christian way of thinking (which is very cruel, hateful, and bigoted more often than not). Our presidents should not be voted for because of their religious affiliations and their ridiculous views on supposedly "immoral" behaviours. If Jesus were here today, he'd be very pissed off at all these people calling themselves christians. Jesus was trying to get rid of the hateful teachings of ancient judaism. Anyone who reads the new testament of the bible could put that together. Jesus didn't agree with the teachings of what we now call the "old testament". He desperately tried to stop the hateful teachings but unfortunately was killed before he could make more of an impact. Then his supposed "followers" took his teachings and mixed them with the "old testament" hate speech to produce what we now call modern christianity. Jesus didn't mention one damn thing (in any translation of the bible) about homosexuality. Not one thing! The views modern christians have of homosexuals comes from ancient hate speech spewed by Hebrews that were angry with the Romans and Egyptians, who both practiced various sexual acts involving both heterosexuality and homosexuality. If two adults want to both willingly get married, even if they are of the same gender, they should be allowed to marry legally if not religiously. Church and state should be separate. Christianity should have absolutely NO say in who gets legally married. What does this have to do with gothic sub-culture? There are many goths who are homosexual and many who would probably like to have their relationships legally recognized for taxes, adoptions, and life or death situations involving medical treatment/funeral arrangements/etc. All hate needs to be stomped out. Whether it's how you dress, your gender, your sexuality, your race, or what you do for a living, the discrimination needs to end. The United States is supposed to be "the land of the free", but it's proving that under republican legislation, it will be "the land of the free ONLY if you're white, christian, straight and male". Well, you republican twats can take your idea of how things should be and shove it up your ass and rotate it. The power of christ/Jesus should compel you, not the power of ancient judaism.

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