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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    Homosexuality and rape are against God's Law.

    They are both wrong.
    Homosexuality and rape and so utterly different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    Homosexuality and rape are against God's Law.

    They are both wrong.
    well you seem like good fit for the next Ugandan Minister of Ethics

    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    Homosexuality and rape and so utterly different.
    she did not say they are the same to be honest

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustAMind View Post
    well you seem like good fit for the next Ugandan Minister of Ethics
    Not really. I believe in Christian ethics, not imprisoning people who choose to practice homosexuality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
    Not really. I believe in Christian ethics, not imprisoning people who choose to practice homosexuality.
    Your religion is full of pedophile manipulative money grabbers, corruption at its finest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustAMind View Post



    she did not say they are the same to be honest
    What are you her mom? let the woman speak for herself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EffEmDoubleyou View Post
    Unless a gay man is bending you over a chair against your will, I fail to see the comparison.
    This.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Comeback Girl View Post
    Dress him up as a little girl. Release a gang of rapey rapists. Let the rapey rapists have fun with him. YAY, CULTURE!
    I second that.

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    Comparing an act performed without consent hurting another human being, and a sexual orientation which implies mutual love or at least mutual consent seems logical.
    Also if we bring religion in to the picture, Christianity seems quite judgmental about this matter,(though I think religious institutions are promoting and amplifying this "problem",homosexuality is barely mentioned in the bible) for a doctrine that preaches to people not to judge others: wasn't there something about being judged by the same measurement you use to judge others. I always fail to understand how someone's sexuality(which is just one aspect of a person) plays a role in our lives and by that I mean why it should be a determining factor in our behavior towards that person, if we're not interested in that person romantically(and than it only matters so we know if that person could reciprocate our feelings), what is the reasoning behind this:Will God reward me because I hated homosexuals or at least deemed what they did was wrong, will he love me more and give me a better place in Heavens hierarchy? But I digress from the topic.
    Also you gotta know something is terribly wrong with your country when there's a Minister for Ethics & Integrity

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    It is useless to argue that x=natural therefore x=right. I may naturally want to slit a few throats, but that in no way makes it ethical. I'm not about to make an argument about whether rape and homosexuality are natural or not (they both are ), but the very role of ethics in humanity is to transcend nature and achieve a godlike state. The more we submit to nature, the more we become more beast than god.

    Other than that, I found this article hilarious.

    Me: I have committed rape

    Other:

    Me: It was just a litte girl

    Other:

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