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The homosexual push for 'equal' marriage," otherwise known as genderless marriage, can only lead to a ban on heterosexual rights. With a President in power who endorses gay causes and readily misuses executive orders, and emboldened by their numerous wins for gay rights at the legislative and judicial level, homosexuals have now moved beyond equal rights to the 'more equal than you' level. As a result, gay organizations are working to ban that practice they fear the most -- heterosexual behavior.

The culture war is not slowing down; it's just beginning to gain steam as gay organizations turn to anti-heterosexual legislation, mandatory public approval of sodomy, federal funding of gay youth activist organizations and homosexual initiatives, required government training against 'homophobia,' 'heterosexism,' and 'transphobia,' etc., etc. This is more than a culture war; it is a war for our very own freedoms -- a war for the character and future of our nation. Homofascism will soon be, if it is not already, the greatest threat to our individual liberties in this country. So-called equality marriage is just the beginning.

Greg Quinlan, Joe. My. God. 26 Comments [11/5/2012 4:38:40 AM]
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Tempus

The homosexual push for 'equal' marriage," otherwise known as genderless marriage, can only lead to a ban on heterosexual rights

In Fundieland, "rights" are a zero-sum game. What one gains, another must lose.

11/5/2012 4:56:13 AM

Filin De Blanc

"As a result, gay organizations are working to ban that practice they fear the most -- heterosexual behavior."

I will give you my life savings if you can cite even one instance of this happening.

11/5/2012 5:02:29 AM

Felix Wilde

Yeah! It's just like how men can't vote now, and intraracial marriage is illegal. And don't you hate how black folks are owning honkies as slaves now? Oh, but in my country - Australia - indigenous politicians have declared white Australians aren't humans and therefore are not entitled to human rights or citizenship, and has started relocating white children to indigenous families in the hope that the white can be reared out of them. How history has shown that this is what progressives always do!

WTF. You must get it. Just because people are demanding rights that have been denied to them does not mean they will then deny those rights to others. Retard

Oh, and uh, second paragraph? If those are the things they're doing, apart from the first one you bullshat on top of the list, they're on the right track.

11/5/2012 5:14:44 AM

Mister Spak

"The homosexual push for 'equal' marriage," otherwise known as genderless marriage, can only lead to a ban on heterosexual rights."

Because there's only so many rights to go around, us heteros have to keep them all.

11/5/2012 5:50:42 AM

Doubting Thomas

The homosexual push for 'equal' marriage," otherwise known as genderless marriage, can only lead to a ban on heterosexual rights.

Someone want to explain this to me? How exactly does extending the same rights to everyone lead to a ban on those same rights to certain people? Only in fundieland does equality = inequality.

mandatory public approval of sodomy

I don't even know what to say about this. If conservatives really think this is possible, how do they think it would be implemented? I'm guessing, though, that the vast majority of men, homosexual, and heterosexual, probably are into anal anyway.

11/5/2012 6:54:06 AM

OhJohnNo

I really don't understand where these folks are getting all our secrets from. Us liberal, equal-rights peeps are obviously terrible at keeping our ultimate plans classified.

11/5/2012 7:20:54 AM

fishtank

Evidence, paranoia, etc.

11/5/2012 7:38:54 AM

Chris

Hmmm...if they ban heterosexual behavior I'm really not sure what I'm going to do. You see, I fancy women.

Perhaps it'll be okay if I promise to only shag my girlfriend up the arse? That seems like a reasonable compromise!

11/5/2012 7:43:20 AM

Mayhem

You sir.... are a dumbfuck.

11/5/2012 8:12:41 AM

Mattiedef

First Reaction "Oh God, one of my relatives is a fundie!" *Looks at picture* "Thank goodness."

Pretty standard fundie zero sum rights bullshit.

11/5/2012 8:12:49 AM

Ebon

The homosexual push for 'equal' marriage," otherwise known as genderless marriage, can only lead to a ban on heterosexual rights.

No, that doesn't follow at all and neither does the rest of your paranoid fantasy.

11/5/2012 8:17:20 AM

Arctic Knight

" homosexuals have now moved beyond equal rights to the 'more equal than you' level. "

Until same sex couples can enjoy the exact same rights and privileges that come with marriage as you enjoy, and do so in every state and territory in the U.S., they do NOT have equal rights.

11/5/2012 8:17:41 AM

J. James

How does this person think that gays would want or be capable of banning heterosexual behavior? I mean, at the absolute very least, gay people have straight relatives or friends. Not to mention heterosexual sex is kinda something that bisexuals and transvestites/transgenders do regularly. Or the fact that straight people (roughly 95% of the population) would NOT take that well. Or the fact that people still need to breed in order to make more people...

At all levels, this just logically falls apart. There is absolutely no reason whatsoever for gay people to ban heterosexuality, which is WHY they DON'T.


@Felix Wilde

That's brilliant. I said much the same thing a while back, but I didn't put it as wittily as you just did.

11/5/2012 8:38:33 AM

Frostythesnowman

I can picture Greg getting more red faced and clammy as he typed.

Greg, you're very negative about this situation. Imagine how nice the world would be if all men had a real eye for interior design and flower arranging, and all women wore comfortable shoes and played golf.

But seriously, you sir, are a lunatic.

11/5/2012 8:57:57 AM

UHM

How is not being allowed to marry the person you love "equal"?

11/5/2012 9:35:21 AM

Osiris

In 2001 Holland redefined marriage as "between two consenting adults." For some bizarre reason, heterosexuality still exists over there.

Let me ask you a question. When America ended black slavery did that mean that all white people became slaves? When America gave women the vote did they have to take away the vote from men? No, of course not. Because freedom isn't some limited commodity where moving it to one group creates a deficiency in another. If we redefine marriage like Holland did, heterosexual people can still marry who they want.

11/5/2012 9:50:32 AM

Robespierre

Exactly, like the day you were forced to marry a black person after they legalised mixed-race marriage.

11/5/2012 10:04:31 AM

AIF

List the rights you're being denied now or shut the fuck up

11/5/2012 11:57:37 AM

freako104

Bullshit. Plus as a hetero, I don't believe in marriage but commitment. That said, I will marry a girl if she wants to be. Gays getting married won't affect any but gays

11/5/2012 12:04:37 PM

Swede

Shiny mirror is very shiny. Oh, and the president who readily misused executive orders hasn't been in office for four years.

Unlike you, Greg, I know quite a few homosexuals, and none of them has ever said anything about being anti-heterosexual. I have met many heterosexuals who are definitely anti-homosexual, though.

We call it gender-neutral marriage laws here in Sweden. We all do have genders, stupid, no marriage is genderless.

That's funny; if gays have more rights than straight people in the US, you must have come so much further than we have in Sweden, where we still have a bit to go before they even have equal rights.

You will still have the freedom to hate gays as much as you want, but you won't have the freedom to deny them freedoms and human rights any more.

11/5/2012 12:34:57 PM

thatotherguy

otherwise known as genderless marriage

What, do homosexuals lose their genders when they enter a relationship?

11/5/2012 12:35:36 PM

checkmate

gay organizations are working to ban that practice they fear the most -- heterosexual behavior.

Ah yes, just like:

Suffragettes are working to ban that practice they fear the most -- male suffrage.

or:

Freed Southern slaves are working to ban that practice they fear the most -- white freedom.

11/5/2012 2:28:27 PM

Old Viking

Same drivel as always. Gets tiresome.

11/5/2012 4:23:46 PM

Reverend Spith

You're absolutely right; there should be no such thing as "Gay marriage." Or "straight marriage" either, for that matter. If "marriage" is such a holy and religious institution, then it should have NO PLACE WHATSOEVER involved in our laws or government. If two (or more) people wish to legally join their finances, parental rights, and next-of-kin rights, then ANY and ALL should be granted a civil union by the government. That way, there can be no "righteous" outrage by small-minded theists, about "the gays" destroying marriage.

So if some Christian then wanted to get "married" then they could have the ceremony in their church, though it would have no legal impact whatsoever. Any other combination of people could then also get "married" just by finding a sympathetic church as well.

As far as homosexuals wanting to "ban heterosexual behavior," no homosexual that I have ever known or met has even pondered such a moronic idea, nor would any find it the slightest bit appealing. In fact that may be one of the stupidest fears I have ever heard.

11/6/2012 1:46:56 AM

Reverend Spith

You're absolutely right; there should be no such thing as "Gay marriage." Or "straight marriage" either, for that matter. If "marriage" is such a holy and religious institution, then it should have NO PLACE WHATSOEVER involved in our laws or government. If two (or more) people wish to legally join their finances, parental rights, and next-of-kin rights, then ANY and ALL should be granted a civil union by the government. That way, there can be no "righteous" outrage by small-minded theists, about "the gays" destroying marriage.

So if some Christian then wanted to get "married" then they could have the ceremony in their church, though it would have no legal impact whatsoever. Any other combination of people could then also get "married" just by finding a sympathetic church as well.

As far as homosexuals wanting to "ban heterosexual behavior," no homosexual that I have ever known or met has even pondered such a moronic idea, nor would any find it the slightest bit appealing. In fact that may be one of the stupidest fears I have ever heard.

11/6/2012 6:11:43 AM
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