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Joined on April 10th, 2013 (2,262 days ago)

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    Funny how you think you won the argument. Lol. 6 years ago +1
    Maybe it was created by religion, but the country made laws surrounding the act of getting married, which was a mistake. They should have kept something religious strictly religious. Separation of church and state. If they hadn't made the tax breaks, etc. for married couples we wouldn't be having this trouble. Who gives a sh*t if they're in "holy matrimony". The biggest reason people get married is because either its their religious tradition, or for the rights they gain as a married couple. If marriage is religious only, then atheists shouldn't be allowed to marry either? And no, religion didn't make slavery, but the bible did give you guidelines on slaves. Exodus 21:2-6. Religion is a creation of man, too. Once you get a little more educated and look at your religion logically, come talk to me. 6 years ago  
    America is about freedom. Not religion. Many people may think that America is a Christian country raised on Christian morals but in fact it's not. America was founded on the principles of all humans being equal and being free. They should be free to marry legally just like any other couple in love. Religion condoned slavery, do you think slavery is wrong? If so, maybe your book of rules got this one wrong too. An all-loving god wouldn't have made them that way if he wanted them to be discriminated against. Also, if he did make them that way and they fell in love he should be able to see the love they share and not be worried about if they get married or not. Marriage isn't all about the religious background. If it were and there were no tax breaks, etc. for married couples then I can see denying gays to get married. But as equal human beings they should be entitled to all the same rights as any straight person without discrimination and persecution. 6 years ago  
    there is no heaven, so my only choice is earth forever. 6 years ago  
    i'm not a very good liar. 6 years ago  
    if god were real maybe he would actually fix the world. too bad he's not and the world is going to sh*t. 6 years ago  
    i live in america and would love to move! I can only speak english though, so australia is looking better and better every day. only thing that would suck about getting the hell out of this overly-religous, overly-opinionated, "free", country is that i would be leaving all my family behind. new friends can always be made. but not seeing my family often would suck. 6 years ago  
    if gay guys are attracted to you, girls will be too. i don't see anything wrong with it. I'd take it as a compliment. just because they're attracted to you doesn't mean you have to be gay. the wording of the question leaves the loophole. basically the question is do you want women attracted to you or not? think about it. 6 years ago  
    they speak english dumbass. canadians speak french. 6 years ago  
    i wish i lived anywhere other than america. Somewhere that the sport i actually play is more respected. i don't understand why americans call it football anyway, they barely use their feet!! It has frustrated me all my life. 6 years ago  
    what is the origin of your opinion, religion or homophobia? those are pretty much the only reasons why people oppose gay marriage. if its religion, fine, they don't have to be married in a church and be in "holy matrimony". let them marry legally at least for the legal rights attained that all "FREE" people should be entitled to. and if its homophobia, grow the f*** up. they are humans too and they cannot choose how they turned out. Homosexuality is not taught, homophobia is. 6 years ago  
    educate yourself on evolution, then open your mouth. 6 years ago  
    maybe if creationists actually open their minds and educated themselves on the theory of evolution then they could determine from their own interpretation the possibility of humans evolving from "monkey"-like ancestors. but until they open their minds they should not open their mouths about the topic. it would save them from getting pounded with logic that their brainwashed minds cannot comprehend. 6 years ago +1
    we already have enough abandoned, orphaned, and impoverished children. do you really want to force everyone who is not properly prepared to raise a child to have to have the baby and risk them having a rough childhood, therefore causing more problems with that child who may end up repeating the cycle? Children who have very bad childhoods often grow up to be just like their parents, they were raised that way. Having a child should be an educated decision, and if we constantly have this cycle of misinforming children that it is okay to have a baby in poverty or when they are not mentally prepared we are just adding to the problem by banning abortion. Break the cycle. 6 years ago  
    neither. 6 years ago +1
    Isn't the world where religions are constantly feuding the world we live in now....? 6 years ago +4
    why can't america be more like sweden?!? 6 years ago  
    im an atheist. i will get further with someone if i talk about other things first, and then once they like me, i'll tell them im atheist so its harder for them to falsely judge me. 6 years ago +5
    How is god real if there is nothing behind him to create it. 6 years ago  
    if you knew the date of your death you could make sure you fulfill your lifetime dreams before you die. 6 years ago  
    it said you got it illegally, it never said you were going to get caught. :P 6 years ago  
    neither theory can be proven flawlessly. but I think the big bang is a closer explanation than some guy going "poof, you exist!". The big bang actually has thought and reasoning behind its arguments. 6 years ago  
    A world without marriage would also be a world without divorce. We are still capable of having committed romantic relationships, we just wouldn't feel the need to put a label on it. We would find other ways to define the committed relationship. 6 years ago  
    A world without marriage is a world without divorce. People can have meaningful committed romantic relationships without having to put the label of Marriage on it. If the world were marriage-less, we would come up with another way to define it. That's just how we humans are. 6 years ago  

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