Quote# 86048

Invest in law firms that specialize in divorce.

Long term relationships are practically non existent in the homosexual so-called "community".

aCultureWarrior, Theology Online 55 Comments [2/15/2012 4:21:40 AM]
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As opposed to straights, well known for mating for life... er, wait...

2/15/2012 4:43:28 AM

Sentry Gun

[Citation fucking needed]

2/15/2012 5:08:17 AM


Invest in law firms that specialize in divorce.

Long term relationships are practically non existent in the heterosexual so-called "community".


2/15/2012 5:14:22 AM


I can think of several that defy the claim and I'm not even trying.

2/15/2012 5:16:35 AM


I see CW doesn't mention the divorce numbers of married atheists vs. married christian believers.

Wisely done.

2/15/2012 5:35:12 AM

Mister Spak

The divorce rate is higher in hard right states.
On the other hand, the divorce rate is lower in liberal pro-marrige states. Invest in venues that specialize in marriage parties.

2/15/2012 6:25:02 AM

Big Jilm

Citation please? And your ass is not considered a reliable source.

2/15/2012 6:34:31 AM


And how many divorces have Christians hastened to get? I'd wager alot.
Hypocrisy, Jesus was against it.

2/15/2012 7:13:59 AM

Brendan Rizzo

"Come ev'rybody, do the propaganda!"

--Green Day, "American Idiot"

2/15/2012 7:16:12 AM

Doubting Thomas

Yeah, not like that pillar of morality Newt Gingrich.

The sad thing is after gay marriage is legal in all 50 states, the first few gay couples who get divorced will be used by conservatives to try to claim that gay marriage is a failure because some of them got divorced.

2/15/2012 7:19:16 AM

Long term relationships are practically non existent in the homosexual so-called "community".

As opposed to the 50% divorce rate among heteros. [/sarcasm]

2/15/2012 7:41:52 AM


7 years and still going mother fucker!

2/15/2012 7:42:04 AM

Hatless Unfortunate

Careful, don't tell my uncle who's been with his true love for over 20 years. I mean, they even have the awkward in-law thing just like every other committed couple.

2/15/2012 7:49:53 AM


Did you think of that all by yourself with your so-called "brain"?

2/15/2012 8:00:16 AM


Interesting point. I think I'll invest in a law firm over in the bible belt. I hear the divorce rates of straight marriages are higher there.

2/15/2012 8:06:24 AM


I would imagine it's difficult to stay in a long-term relationship when it's not legally recognized by the society you're living in, and when you're surrounded by bigots. Let's give homosexuals a chance at making marriage work--they can hardly do worse than fundies.

2/15/2012 8:58:42 AM


> Invest in law firms that specialize in divorce.

Good advice. Better do it now, so that while you're waiting for gay marriage laws to come to effect, you may notice just how profitable the divorces are among heterosexual couples.

2/15/2012 9:08:46 AM


Sounds like the twinks have broken aCultureWarrior's heart one too many times.

2/15/2012 9:20:06 AM


Long term relationships are practically non existent in the homosexual so-called "community".

They're not much in the Christian fundamentalist "community", either. They have twice the divorce rate of atheists.

2/15/2012 9:37:37 AM


Of course you've never actually, knowingly met a gay person, but you've been TOLD long term relationships are practically non-existent in the homosexual community.

2/15/2012 9:39:44 AM


Is that why Alabama consistently has had America's highest divorce rate for twenty years?

2/15/2012 9:42:35 AM

Thinking Allowed

2/15/2012 10:13:57 AM


Somehow, that does not accord with my perceived experience; long term relationships aren't that common in the USA anyway, and I'm no stranger to divorce, but the most steadfast couple I know are a pair of men.

2/15/2012 10:23:14 AM

Seeker Lancer

"I don't know any gay people but I am an expert on gay relationships."

2/15/2012 10:44:52 AM


How strange. I wonder, then, why I am getting married to my partner of 39 years on 29 Feb. The Registrar's offce was telling me that they have been overwhelmed by long-term partners seeking to have their unions recognised legally since the legislation came into effect.

Warrior, you must live a very sheltered, or very willfully blind world.

BTW, everyone in my country is delighted with the new legislation. It means that members of their families can participate as fully recognised couples in legal an social matters.

We are being overwhelmed with congratulations even from those who hardly know us.

I suggest you crawl back under whatever stone you crawled out from. You clearly are unfit to live in modern civilisation. It's too straining on your medieval sensitivities.

2/15/2012 10:53:44 AM

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