Friday, April 27, 2007

What the discussion on same-sex marriage serves to cover up 

Alessandra, domestic violence is a serious problem in both heterosexual and homosexual communities.


I know straight folks who have been battering victims, and gay folks who have been.

Why should that prevent anyone who does not assault someone from marrying?

Posted by DRettmann at April 21, 2007 6:23 AM
That's not the question. The question is why so many people lie about how violent homosexuals are or keep silent about it.

Is it because if you don't lie so much about how violent homosexuals are, you won't achieve your homosexual normalization quest?

(Domestic violence in gay male relationships is the third largest health problem for gay men in America today.)

Why are such a huge number of homosexuals so violent?

Why are you not debating how to make homosexuals a less brutal and violent group of people?

I think it is a higher priority for society to have less epidemic levels of violence than any same-sex marriage.

If you had two homo neighboring couples, one couldn't get a marriage license, and in the other, there were constant episodes of brutal violence - which one would you think deserved a priority of attention? Of regulation? Of media spotlight?

Anyone who turns a blind eye to the violent couple and effuses concern about the marriage issue shows how disgusting their system of values is. And voilà 95% of our society!
Posted by alessandra at April 27, 2007 2:35 PM

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