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From my perspective, the two men are saying 'Look God, we have found a way to enjoy the excitement and pleasure you invented for men and women without the down-side of rug-rats consuming our time and spending our money'. I see the life style as selfish in the extreme in that it consumes for its own enrichment the entire product of its life and passes nothing on to the next generation because there is none... As for the argument that 'What people do in the privacy of their bedroom is not my business' -- this tries to create a see-no-evil zone based on visibility. But aren’t all crimes and sins hidden as much as possible? Thieves come in the dark of night -- not at high noon. In conclusion, I see homosexuality as a selfish escape from human maturity. It is unhealthy and a financial burden on the society in which it exists.

Davidsrocks, Christianity.com Forums 15 Comments [12/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Rahab

Isn't it possible to contribute something good to the world without popping out babies?

1/26/2007 9:37:14 PM

Blue Lithium

'Look God, we have found a way to enjoy the excitement and pleasure you invented for men and women without the down-side of rug-rats consuming our time and spending our money'.

Men and women can do this too. It's called Birth Control.

1/26/2007 9:59:20 PM

pbagosy

Thieves come in the dark of night -- not at high noon.

Yes, that explains why all politicians are sworn in at midnight.

passes nothing on to the next generation because there is none

I see plenty of people having fourth and fifth children. My wife's father is one of 12. Let me tell ya, bub, we're pushing 7 billion on this planet, and it's getting crowded. Homosexuality, in my book, is a good thing because that's one less couple spitting out a futher burder to our planet's already taxed resources.

You should thank homosexuals for doing their part to help save the next generation.

Of course, that next generation is going to be loaded with the spawn of fundie breeding.

-pb

1/26/2007 10:07:28 PM

Nevrmore

Congratulations, you have seriously misinterpreted the meaning of the phrase \"What people do in the privacy of their own bedroom is not my business!\"

1/27/2007 5:47:48 AM

JSS

"From my perspective, the two men are saying 'Look God, we have found a way to enjoy the excitement and pleasure you invented for men and women without the down-side of rug-rats consuming our time and spending our money'."

How about 'Look God, since our population has increased exponentially, we're contributing to the good of society by not having any children.'

"I see the life style as selfish in the extreme in that it consumes for its own enrichment the entire product of its life and passes nothing on to the next generation because there is none"

First of all, the entire world won't go homosexual if it's accepted. Personally I feel your trying to get your beliefs favored by government is selfish.

"As for the argument that 'What people do in the privacy of their bedroom is not my business' -- this tries to create a see-no-evil zone based on visibility. But aren’t all crimes and sins hidden as much as possible? Thieves come in the dark of night -- not at high noon."

Theives actually violate another person's rights by stealing, homosexuals, who engage in consentual acts, do not. Bad example.

"In conclusion, I see homosexuality as a selfish escape from human maturity. It is unhealthy and a financial burden on the society in which it exists."

I see fundamentalist christianity as a selfish escape from reality in order to best promote hate and prejudice. With all the tax benefits religious get whilst trying to interfere with our secular government, it is also a burden to a free society.

12/1/2009 7:23:24 AM

HazelHolly

My dad's parents had ten children. My mum's had seven. And you want EVERYONE to breed like that? You're kidding, right? There is a REASON my parents only had one kid.

12/7/2010 3:16:05 AM

whatever

"In conclusion, I see homosexuality as a selfish escape from human maturity."

What about Tenga Flip-Holes?

12/7/2010 3:21:24 AM

Mandy

The same could be said about heterosexual couples who decide not to have children.

Oh, wait. Davidrocks probably does say the same about heterosexual couples who decide not to have children.

12/7/2010 3:27:14 AM

Swede

Crimes hurt or harm others. Two persons having consesual sex in the privacy of their bedroom does not harm anyone, as long as they are not married to/engaged to/together with someone else. Hence it can't be compared with hidden crimes.

Thieves do comes at high noon, stupid! If they want to burglarize a house, that's when they'll find it empty.

Financial burden? They work and pay taxes just like everyone else, and many will not have kids which will cost money for society.
Human maturity? Are we infertile couples also immature in your eyes? I pay taxes to schools and kindergartens, even though I have no kids who can utilize them.
Having kids can be seen as selfish also. Why not adopt a child that's already here and have no parents. Why must you breed your own?

Plus, homosexuals are not by default infertile, they can and do have kids.

12/7/2010 3:44:17 AM

Pedantic Speaker

@Swede:
The "Financial Burden" bit is a strong indicator that he believes pensions are illegitimate: Back in the "good old days", the only way to be supported in old age was having enough children to ensure that at least one or two could support you. Pensions interfere with this and are, especially in social democracies, paid for through taxes (usually payroll taxes). What this guy wants is not to pay for the perceived breakdown of traditional society.
If you want to test this, ask him about unemployment insurance. I read somewhere that this also breaks up traditional families and therefore my theory predicts that he would oppose it.

3/5/2011 9:09:22 AM



TMI Question for you Davidsrocks: If God created sex only for men and women, why did he design the human body so that anal sex could be pleasurable? Seems like it would be pretty easy to simply make it where it couldn't be.

8/20/2012 8:47:21 PM

agentCDE

...so your argument against homosexuality is that it's too much fun?

8/20/2012 8:53:00 PM

Philbert McAdamia

without the down-side of rug-rats consuming our time and spending our money'.

What about those of us who remain single, and responsible? Zero rug rats. Whatever $ I make I keep for me to spend - my way, if I may quote Paul Anka. I don't tithe, either, nanner nanner nanner! You dirty bastards aren't getting any from me.

As for the argument that 'What people do in the privacy of their bedroom is not my business'

Of course it's your busines, you're a fundie. Everybody else's business is yours.

Thieves come in the dark of night -- not at high noon.

Bankers. Don't they normally come out from behind the baseboards arouund 9/10 a.m.?


@agentCDE
...so your argument against homosexuality is that it's too much fun?

Any fun at all is of teh Debil!!!1!!!

8/20/2012 9:22:23 PM



so God invented Buttsexx(tm) ? good to know.


8/20/2012 10:09:37 PM



What part of "privacy of their own bedroom" did you not understand? Thieves are welcome to steal from their own bedroom, as far as I'm concerned.

Many homosexuals want rug-rats, stupid! That's hardly why people are homosexual, to get out of becoming parents. We have contraceptives for that, ya know.

8/20/2012 10:17:30 PM
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