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Gay Marriage-Should it be Legal or not?

Posted Jun 26, '11 at 9:55pm

MageGrayWolf

MageGrayWolf

9,782 posts

Knight

The man who is claiming his ancestors were monkey darwins bed time stories.


Darwinistic, little dated. Bedtime story huh? You really want to go there with me?
 

Posted Jun 26, '11 at 10:01pm

Zydrate

Zydrate

396 posts

"We were once monkeys. We got better. Happily ever after."

I'm kidding, of course. I suppose evolution, in every sense of the comment.

 

Posted Jun 26, '11 at 10:05pm

Kasic

Kasic

5,740 posts

You really want to go there with me?


*Runs away in fear before Mage breaks out the 30+ sources on how evolution is utterly proven*
 

Posted Jun 27, '11 at 1:20am

Gameraid77

Gameraid77

10 posts

It should be legal. I support gay marriage. There is nothing wrong with it and each person in these United States has the freedom to pursue happiness, and if that means legalizing gay marriage then let it be so! What if opposite sex marriage was illegal? How would we feel being left out from what everyone else is doing?

 

Posted Jun 27, '11 at 4:58am

GoblinD

GoblinD

332 posts

Im not a lawyer I gave two examples for how the corrent marriage system isn't fit for gay couples and it should be enough.

For darvinistic, its a scientific term for how nature explains things. Like Darvin explained things, that im not going to get into if they are right or no, I was using the term. In this case it explains why there is a certain percentage of the society that is gay. For the 6% tons of sources but it really doesn't matter if its 2%, 10% or whatever so I'm not going to wast time finding a source, hell maybe I was even a few percent off.
IF you didn't understand "hard to read part" then too bad, the least you can do is try.

For duel-sexuality- yes its bisexuality in English. Here's my poor and way below average English skills in this forum.

 

Posted Jun 27, '11 at 5:21am

Moe

Moe

1,783 posts

Im not a lawyer I gave two examples for how the corrent marriage system isn't fit for gay couples and it should be enough.


What examples? The tax break for living with someone you are married too?

y. For the 6% tons of sources but it really doesn't matter if its 2%, 10% or whatever so I'm not going to wast time finding a source, hell maybe I was even a few percent off.


I cannot find one credible source that says there is a constant 6% of the population that is homosexual. The closet I found was a British survey of British people from 2008 that had 6% of those who responded say they were either homosexual or bisexual. But other surveys and studies very widely, some going as high as 46% others as low as 0.3%.
 

Posted Jun 27, '11 at 5:46am

GoblinD

GoblinD

332 posts


What examples? The tax break for living with someone you are married too?

tax benefits, devorse were the husbant keeps paying the wife.


I cannot find one credible source that says there is a constant 6% of the population that is homosexual. The closet I found was a British survey of British people from 2008 that had 6% of those who responded say they were either homosexual or bisexual. But other surveys and studies very widely, some going as high as 46% others as low as 0.3%.

Like I said before, the exact number doesn't matter - it exists everywhere.
 

Posted Jun 27, '11 at 6:37am

akqpars

akqpars

192 posts

Darwinistic, little dated. Bedtime story huh? You really want to go there with me?

I didnt liked Darwins father too. Be my guest.
 

Posted Jun 27, '11 at 7:36am

Moe

Moe

1,783 posts

tax benefits


Those are for being a married couple.


devorse were the husbant keeps paying the wife.


That is not law, it just happens often. What I think it actually is(if its not it should be) is whoever has custody of the kids gets paid by the other.

Like I said before, the exact number doesn't matter - it exists everywhere.


Exactly why they should get equal rights.
 

Posted Jun 27, '11 at 8:20am

Jefferysinspiration

Jefferysinspiration

3,236 posts

That is not law, it just happens often. What I think it actually is(if its not it should be) is whoever has custody of the kids gets paid by the other.


This sounds about right. If it's a very wealthy family, the woman usually tries to screw the man for everything but in most cases it's a case of child support benefits - in the UK anyways.

So Moe makes the better point. It's not about tax fraud.
 
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