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...the PRACTICE of same-sex sexual activity merits unanimous condemnation,and schools should teach children that it can never be justified.The trumped-up excuse of "being gay" should not be validated by our educational system.Those afflicted by same-sex sexual attraction need help,but sympathy toward them becomes harmful to them if ever extended to attempts to gratify their attractions.We don't encourage alcoholics to get drunk,nor is it "bigotry" to insist that they stay sober!



Louis E., NOM Blog 42 Comments [1/27/2012 4:15:48 AM]
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Kulgur

"the PRACTICE of same-sex sexual activity merits unanimous condemnation"

No, it doesn't, actually. Homophobia, on the other hand...

"We don't encourage alcoholics to get drunk,nor is it "bigotry" to insist that they stay sober!"
Sure, but most people who drink aren't aloholics, and most gays aren't addicted to sex.

1/27/2012 4:47:03 AM

Percy Q. Shunn

Beyond stupid.

1/27/2012 5:04:26 AM

whatever

There's a place for you in the government... of Uganda.

1/27/2012 5:06:29 AM

Pule Thamex

It is an insult to God to engage in same-sex sexual activity outside of certain special holy circumstances. Circumstances that God clearly intended homosexuality to be reserved for, to be used only as a sort of emergency Christian ceremony in lieu of the usual easily enacted Christian celebrations such as persecution, bullying and misogyny.

Therefore, it is incumbent on schools to teach that homosexuality is only for Godly use where certain special circumstances may arise, eg. a celibate male priesthood, such as in the Catholic Church, or in countries with huge prison populations full of male Christian criminals, such as in America. In these special circumstances only does God approve the use of the Sacred Sodomy Rituals.

1/27/2012 5:10:49 AM

Mister Spak

You should get help for your fundie affliction.

1/27/2012 5:57:20 AM



"the PRACTICE of same-sex sexual activity merits unanimous condemnation..."

Why?

"... and schools should teach children that it can never be justified."

Why?

1/27/2012 6:14:27 AM

Bollox

NOM? Om nom nom nom.

1/27/2012 6:49:24 AM

Doubting Thomas

Unanimous condemnation? You mean you and that mouse in your pocket?

Bad analogy time: Being an alcoholic is actually bad for one's health, being gay isn't.

1/27/2012 7:24:36 AM

dionysus

So being gay is like being drunk? If that's true then being a bigot is like doing crack.

1/27/2012 7:38:12 AM

Dr.Shrinker

Humiliation never, EVER helped an alcoholic stay sober, and humiliation never made a gay person straight. All humiliation does is provide a cheap thrill for sadistic bullies like yourself and the rest of NOM.

1/27/2012 7:38:47 AM

Brendan Rizzo

...the PRACTICE of fundametalist religious activity merits unanimous condemnation, and schools should teach children that it can never be justified. The trumped-up excuse of "being born-again" should not be validated by our educational system. Those afflicted by fundamentalist religious beliefs need help, but sympathy toward them becomes harmful to them if ever extended to attempts to gratify their delusions. We don't encourage alcoholics to get drunk, nor is it "bigotry" to insist that they stay sober!

Fixed it for you, oh so gloriously.

1/27/2012 7:47:23 AM

Thinking Allowed

*source* http://psychology.ucdavis.edu/rainbow/HTML/facts_mental_health.HTML

In 1973, the weight of empirical data, coupled with changing social norms and the development of a politically active gay community in the United States, led the Board of Directors of the American Psychiatric Association to remove homosexuality from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM). Some psychiatrists who fiercely opposed their action subsequently circulated a petition calling for a vote on the issue by the Association's membership. That vote was held in 1974, and the Board's decision was ratified.

1/27/2012 8:45:11 AM

John

Alcoholics, with help, can stop being alcoholics. There's no evidence that people can change their sexual orientation.

1/27/2012 8:49:29 AM

Vermicious Knid

Oh goody, yet another fundie who's obssessed with gay sex.

You know, Louis E., if you weren't constantly thinking about what gay people do in bed, them existing while homosexual would have absolutely no impact on your life whatsoever.

1/27/2012 8:57:17 AM

Noneofyourbusiness

Come up with one single reason why homosexual activity is harmful. I'll wait.

1/27/2012 9:22:06 AM



"the PRACTICE of same-sex sexual activity merits unanimous condemnation"

Why?


"We don't encourage alcoholics to get drunk,nor is it "bigotry" to insist that they stay sober!"

The question is one of harm. We don't encourage alcoholics to get squiffy because its harmful. We don't care about homosexuality because it isn't.

1/27/2012 9:32:09 AM

Sasha

Can a person become addicted to hatred? I see such die-hard bigotry among homophobes that I wonder if they could live without it.

1/27/2012 9:54:00 AM

nazani14

Silly bigot, noms are for lolcats.

1/27/2012 9:54:07 AM

freako104

No but it is bigotry to insult gays the way you do. And how will it lead to condemnation?

1/27/2012 10:34:27 AM

QuasiRodent

Y'know, I bet if someone came along and forbade these guys from having any alcohol they'd get all up in arms about it.

1/27/2012 12:26:34 PM



Comparing gays to alcoholics is a false analogy, and you should be smart enough to know that. Homosexual sex doesn't really harm anybody, unless and STD is transferred, and that happens with heterosexual sex too. The only thing that needs to be condemned is vile bigotry from the likes of you, who can't just live and let live.

1/27/2012 12:47:08 PM

Iosa

From the same person:

As a non-religious heterosexual who would never marry in any state (including my own) that has replaced bona fide marriage with something same-sex couples are eligible for,I regret that opposite-sex couples are not moving their weddings to other jurisdictions where it is still possible to be legally husband and wife rather than Partner One and Partner Two or Spouse A and Spouse B.It is not individual marriages that SSM destroys,but the essence of marriage itself.

So he admits that SSM doesn't ruin people's marriages, it just ruins his preconceived notions of marriage, and the purely imaginary essence it has. He also apparently loves the titles 'husband and wife' so much that it's the only reason why SSM is horrible, despite the fact that they're both still SPOUSE A and SPOUSE B.

Long story short, he's pissy over a little title change, finds change scarey, and hates it. That's why he wants to deny people equal rights.

1/27/2012 1:04:57 PM

Old Viking

As far as I can determine, marriage consists mostly of conversations about taking out the trash.

1/27/2012 1:29:16 PM

Reynardine

It's a false analogy. Quite a few people kill others by driving while drunk, but very few do so by driving while screwing, and of those, a minuscule number have been driving while screwing someone of the same sex.

1/27/2012 5:49:00 PM

Mudak

I am about to say something you will hear very few straight men say. (Let me qualify that: very few men of any sexual persuasion will say what I'm about to say, but my experience is hetero so work with me here...)

I don't like blow jobs.

There. I said it. I don't like to receive them. I don't like to watch them in my porn. (The way the girls have to stretch out their cheeks to do it, does absolutely nothing for me... I think the girls are much more attractive when performing other sexual acts...)

Now that that's out of the way, here's something you'll never hear me say in any seriousness: Let's ban blow jobs. No one should ever give a blow job, receive a blow job, or learn how to do it.

You know why you'll never hear me say it? Because I don't want to ban them. Just because they're not for me, that doesn't mean they're not for anyone else. Some people like receiving them, others like giving them. Some people like watching them. That's fine. Just don't include me in any of those groups.

See what I did there? I took a consensual sex act that I don't like, and basically said, "No thanks!" for myself but left the door open for someone else to do it if they so choose and would like it.

Is that really so difficult?

1/27/2012 6:27:34 PM
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