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Pastor's solution to the gay problem

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CallMeJoe

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...clearly nature never intended it to be a trait from the beginning...
Have you considered that homosexuality may be a perfectly natural counter-procreative reaction to the pressures of over population? Perhaps Nature built in a trigger for when heterosexual men and women got too efficient...
 

TheAdvocate

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Have you considered that homosexuality may be a perfectly natural counter-procreative reaction to the pressures of over population? Perhaps Nature built in a trigger for when heterosexual men and women got too efficient...
I've posted this a few times over the years and never gotten much feedback. (Disclosure: I am a straight, married guy with kids, but teh Gayz do not icky me out)

Was gonna hit up moonbeam and get his take on that.

One way to test it would be to examine homosexuality over disparate populations - e.g. in struggling third world nations where violence, disease, etc yields a short average lifespan, versus a much more stabile society with a long average lifespan.

Maybe I am way off the mark, but I have been thinking for about 10 years that it is much more prevalent in the latter, and that leads to pretty much only one conclusion...
 

GoPackGo

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I don't agree with the gay lifestyle, but that kind of stuff he is saying is hatred. As a christian you are required to reject things that are sin, but talking about electrify fences and all that kind of nonsense is pure hatred.
Being gay is not a lifestyle or a choice.
 

GoPackGo

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As a human you need to ask yourself if you want to be in a world like that of 1984 or party like it's 1999?
 

zsdersw

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I've posted this a few times over the years and never gotten much feedback. (Disclosure: I am a straight, married guy with kids, but teh Gayz do not icky me out)

Was gonna hit up moonbeam and get his take on that.

One way to test it would be to examine homosexuality over disparate populations - e.g. in struggling third world nations where violence, disease, etc yields a short average lifespan, versus a much more stabile society with a long average lifespan.

Maybe I am way off the mark, but I have been thinking for about 10 years that it is much more prevalent in the latter, and that leads to pretty much only one conclusion...
It's certainly very plausible.
 

Onceler

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The more gay men the less competition for me. It's the bisexual men I can't stand.
 

sportage

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These religious folks never seem to realize they themselves are the never ending factory working 24/7 pumping out the gay folks. Very efficient operation. :D

But they give themselves away as just simple big mouth bigots BECAUSE marriage has nothing to do with the Bible. If it did, mr right wing religious bigot, then explain how it is possible for atheist to have full legal marriages? Explain that one....
 

sportage

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Originally Posted by Craig234
'gays like to eat poo poo out of their partner's butt'
So.... this isn't true?
hehe... Hey. I've seen some pretty disgusting straight porn too. We all have.
I'd bet you have too...
 

RightIsWrong

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What a dolt. Doesn't he realize that, even if you don't put lesbians in one camp and homosexual men in another, they still won't reproduce? They don't need to be physically seperated.
 

Lanyap

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What a dolt. Doesn't he realize that, even if you don't put lesbians in one camp and homosexual men in another, they still won't reproduce? They don't need to be physically seperated.

He was taking bisxuals into consideration when he said that. He has it all planned out. Amen.
 

sandorski

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He was taking bisxuals into consideration when he said that. He has it all planned out. Amen.
Or afraid that since Homosexuals are born from Heterosexuals, the offspring of a Gay man and Lesbian would be some kind of Super Gay.
 

alzan

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Place the Pastor in a camp, problem solved.
Nah! Then he'd be a martyr, and have even more people listening to him and trying make his solution a reality.

Besides, I'm bisexual. Does that mean I'd stand forever between the fenced areas, chained to both of them; truly a man alone on his island?

"...and the agony of my soul found vent in one loud, long, final scream of despair. - Poe
 
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DominionSeraph

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I don't believe a man should be romantically involved with a another man or woman with a woman. That should be plain enough. And whether God inspired or nature intended, man was designed to be with the opposite sex.
Seems nature disagrees with you on what nature intended.

Now, nature has no actual intent, there is only actualization. And there are actually gays.

Do you have a problem with nature actualizing black people as well?
 
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drebo

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What two consenting people past the age of reason do behind closed doors is no one's business but their own.

Government (by that I mean any type of governing body, whether it be a State, church, or whatever) needs to stop trying to save people from themselves, either way.
 

dawp

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The more gay men the less competition for me. It's the bisexual men I can't stand.
you do realize that lesbians kind of cancel out that advantage, don't you? there may be few men but there's also few women.
 

ShawnD1

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Have you considered that homosexuality may be a perfectly natural counter-procreative reaction to the pressures of over population? Perhaps Nature built in a trigger for when heterosexual men and women got too efficient...
It's more of a recurring error that happens from time to time. It's similar to how autism or downs syndrome pops up in every population or how some "women" are actually men:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/PMH0002163/

It seems weird that anyone would think gays are a problem. It's not like they will have kids and pass on gay genes because
1) gayness is not genetic
2) gays only have children because idiots pressure them to live like they are straight
 

RocksteadyDotNet

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No those things are not assocaited with a gay lifestyle. I don't believe a man should be romantically involved with a another man or woman with a woman. That should be plain enough. And whether God inspired or nature intended, man was designed to be with the opposite sex.
Err, god isn't real dumbass.

Don't take shit an ancient book, written by idiots, tells you seriously.
 

ShawnD1

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Err, god isn't real dumbass.

Don't take shit an ancient book, written by idiots, tells you seriously.
Specifically which part is bullshit? There's a passage about painting a cow with stripes and having it give birth to striped calves. I'm pretty sure that's correct.
 

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