Posts Tagged With: same sex marriage

Gays can now get married in Indiana. The 20th state to legalize Same Sex Marriage.

Indiana has become the latest state to strike down their Same Sex Marriage ban and to allow gay marriage to be recognized legally.  This news was information that Heaven passed onto author, Kevin Hunter, for his book, “Warrior of Light: Messages from my Guides and Angels”.  They more or less said that the Same Sex Marriage situation would soon be approved around the world so that more important matters could be attended to.  This was in the “What Does Heaven Say About Homosexuality?” chapter.

Warrior of Light” was written in 2012 when at the time only 7 states had approved Same Sex Marriage.  As of today, 20 states have officially approved and legalized gay marriage.  It’s looking like the Angels prediction regarding the Same Sex Marriage concern is becoming more true as times goes by.

 

 

 

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Children react positively to Same Sex Marriage proposals

Children react positively to Same Sex Marriage proposals in this video.  This only debunks the myth that organizations like the National Organization for Marriage and other disgusting allegedly family organizations are wrong that it destroys children.  In this video below the children react positively to the Same Sex Marriage proposals.  This is because Children have NO judgement. It’s warped and ruined adults who FORCE their negative toxic influences on them over time.  Children know love when they see it.

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Dallin H. Oaks the mormon leader says gay marriage is immoral

More states and nations may legalize same-sex marriage, but human laws cannot “make moral what God has declared immoral,” a top Mormon leader said Sunday.

An LDS eternal perspective does not allow members “to condone such behaviors or to find justification in the laws that permit them,” Oaks said. “And unlike other organizations that can change their policies and even their doctrines, our policies are determined by the truths God has declared to be unchangeable.”

The Mormon church teaches that same-sex attraction is not a sin, but acting on it is.

“Even though individuals do not choose to have such attractions, they do choose how to respond to them. With love and understanding, the church reaches out to all God’s children, including our gay and lesbian brothers and sisters,” the church website states.

Here we go again.  Mind your own business and let people decide for themselves who they want to marry.  So over and bored from listening to the same mind numbing record and garbage by intolerant religious dummies with little brain capacity.  Grow up and learn how to love.  Enough is enough.

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Miley Cyrus Speaks Out in Support of Gay Marriage

This isn’t the first time Miley Cyrus has spoken out in support of gays and gay marriage.   She’s been attacked for her positive stance when it comes to gays and yet she ignores them and continues on with what she believes in.  This is another reason to support Miley Cyrus:

Miley on Ellen:

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Gays and monogamy?

Some gays want to have their cake and eat it too. That means being in a ‘friends with benefits’ situation. They are with one person, but both of them want to sleep with other people too and do that openly. There attention spans are on the shorter side and that’s fine. What isn’t fine is if that’s how you view relationships and you get involved with someone who doesn’t view it that way. You got to bring that up immediately so as not to waste anyone’s time. It’s also not a gay thing. Straight people do that too. Gays are not trying to conform to anything. Only the stereotypical gays are trying to give reasons as to why some of them are against monogamy. That’s not a gay thing. That’s a current, modern day society thing. Some are meant for committed relationships while others are not regardless of gender or orientation.

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More Single Gay Men on Valentine’s Day than those in Relationships

There are several reasons there are more single gay men than gay men in relationships.  The irony is that many of them want to be in a relationship, but are unable to stay with the same person longer than a couple of months.  A couple of months is not a relationship. That’s dating.  This means that you are perpetually and eternally dating around. 

 

Many gay men have this ideal fantasy of this perfectly built male Adonis figure as their mate.  The way that straight women fixate on their bodies and magazines like Cosmopolitan, gay men have the same obsession by sifting through built men online and raising them up on a pedestal.  It’s normal to find that attractive, but they take it up to an unhealthy degree that it damages any potential relationship they might have with a regular guy.  The problem is that it is not based in reality and does not exist.  If someone isn’t perfect they don’t talk to them.  They have an air of snobbery that is evident.  They are typically chatting with several people at the same time forming superficial connections instead of taking their time slowly building a friendship with one person. 

 

Many gay men tend to either be estranged from their families for not being accepting of their sexuality or have left their families altogether in search of a new city.  The problem with that is your family defines you whether you like it or not.  If you have no family ties or loyalty to your family and vice versa, then that will carry over into your romantic life as well.  Granted it’s not your fault if your family disowns you due to your sexuality, but unfortunately that does play a big part in how you will be in a long term relationship.  I always say when a friend is dating a new guy.  “How is he with his family?”

 

The other reason is many gay men have been used to having to go it alone that they are unable to merge effortlessly long term with a new partner.  They also have short attention spans and become bored with what they have and want to be with someone else.  It’s like a kid in a candy store grabbing anything and everything.  This also says a lot about your character which is not conducive to building a long term relationship.

 

There are also gay guys who only believe in Marriage Equality for equal rights.  Granted the Same Sex Marriage fight has turned into it being about not being treated equally, still at the end of the day Marriage Equality is about being able to marry the one you love and building a long term life with them regardless of their gender.  If you make Marriage Equality about equal rights then you are missing the point of it and you diminish the true meaning and the fight for what Same Sex Marriage is really all about.

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17 year old denied church confirmation for supporting Same Sex Marriage

A Catholic priest in northwest Minnesota is refusing to administer the sacrament of confirmation to a 17-year-old after the teen posted a photo on Facebook condemning the marriage amendment, according to a newspaper report.

The decision by the priest at Assumption Church in Barnesville, Minn., to deny confirmation to Lennon Cihak last month has surprised the teen’s family, The Forum reports:

“The Facebook post in question was a photo of Lennon in front of an altered political sign. Originally reading “Vote Yes” on the Minnesota Marriage Amendment, which would have changed the state’s constitution to define marriage as between one man and one woman, Lennon scribbled out the “yes” and replaced it with “NO!”

The teen’s mother says she was “called into a private conversation with the priest soon after the photo was discovered and was told her son wouldn’t be allowed to complete confirmation.”

The newspaper also reports that the family is being denied communion. Church officials made no comment for the story.

Aimed at banning same-sex marriage in Minnesota, the proposed marriage amendment failed to win a majority vote on the Nov. 6 ballot. The state’s Catholic bishops and clergy were among the most vocal supporters of the amendment and called on the Catholic faithful to vote for the measure.

This is why so many are denouncing the church and following a spiritual path to God instead.  For on this is the only true and real path and two the churches do not preach about love which is what God is about.

 

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Barack Obama Will Not Fight For Gay Marriage

Barack Obama Will Not Fight For Gay Marriage.  I don’t know why anyone would be surprised by that statement as he never said he would.  I was surprised to find so many gays vote Obama into office in 2008 and then were suddenly surprised when he did nothing for gay marriage.  Before he went into office he said he did not support it.  The only candidate that vocally and verbally said they were for gay marriage was only one.  HILARY CLINTON.  

Now the gays and other people have voted Obama back in office once again and will act all surprised once more to find that he’ll spend another four years doing nothing for gay marriage.  When are you going to wake up?  Now we have a crumbling economy and no gay marriage.  No one wins.  And were you really going to get married anyway?  The majority of gays I spoke to during my research did not care about marriage.  They blatantly said they did not care about it.  It was about equal rights.  Huh?  Boy is this a dumb country.

On Friday, Obama told an MTV audience that he would not fight for gay marriage his second term, intoning that “it would be up to future generations of Americans to implement meaningful reform.”

Here’s the kicker; realizing that some states are now endorsing gay marriage, Obama suddenly became a champion of states’ rights, asserting, “For us to try to legislate federally into this area is probably the wrong way to go.”

When the states endorse Obama’s positions, he’s a states’ rights guy. When they don’t, he runs roughshod over them with the federal government.

Obama continued on Friday:

First of all, I’ve been very clear about my belief that same-sex couples have to be treated before the eyes of the law the same way as heterosexual couples. I think that’s the right thing to do. It’s based on my personal experience, seeing loving couples who are committed to each other, raising kids and are just outstanding people. And I was supportive of civil unions, but they taught me, if you’re using different words, if you’re somehow singling them out, they don’t feel true equality.

Obama says he’s been very clear? About as clear as mud. In May he raked in huge amounts of funding from the gay community and their supporters in May when he endorsed gay marriage. But before that time he had been a veritable ping-pong ball on the issue, vacillating wildly to reach whichever position was politically advantageous at the time. In 1996, as a state senator in Illinois he supported gay marriage. Yet in 2004, when he ran for the United States Senate, he was against it, saying:

“What I believe is that marriage is between a man and a woman … What I believe, in my faith, is that a man and a woman, when they get married, are performing something before God, and it’s not simply the two persons who are meeting.”

Then when he ran for president in 2008, he took the middle road, supporting civil unions:

“My feelings about this are constantly evolving. I struggle with this. At this point, what I’ve said is, is that my baseline is a strong civil union that provides them the protections and the legal rights that married couples have.”

That statement came two months after he told liberal bloggers that he was “unwilling to sign on to same-sex marriage.”

The gay community won’t leave Obama over his sudden abandonment of championing their agenda at the federal level. But the absolute fickleness of this man and the insidious way he changes his positions in order to suit his ruthless pursuit of power should be frightening to any prospective supporters.

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President Barack Obama writes a 10 year old girl back regarding her two dads

According to the Huffington Post, Ten-year-old Sophia Bailey Klugh penned a letter to President Barack Obama in which she told the president how happy she is that he agrees with her on the topic of marriage equality. You see, young Sophia has two dads. She went on to ask the president an important question:

“I am so glad that you agree two men can love each other because I have two dads and they love each other, but at school kids think that it’s gross and weird, but it really hurts my heart and feelings…. If you were me and you had two dads that loved each other and kids at school teased you about it, what would you do?”

The president took some of his important time to share a little advice with a little girl:

Do you want a President with compassion who represents everybody or one who only represents one sliver of America who despises anyone not like them?

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Michelle Obama has said a gay teen recently thanked her and the president for their support of gay marriage.

 

Michelle Obama has said a gay teen recently thanked her and the president for their support of gay marriage.

The First Lady made her comments in an interview with Access Hollywood.

“I’m probably more hopeful than I’ve ever been because I can see the changes and I can see it in our kids,” she said. “I get to see so many great signs of this country’s growth. Kids who now feel like, for the first time, if they’re gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, that they feel like they have a place. … One kid came up to me yesterday on the photo line and he said, I would have committed suicide if it wasn’t for what your husband did.”

Mrs. Obama also listed “important conversations about marriage equality” and repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” the policy which for 18 years barred gay and bisexual troops from serving openly, as important accomplishments of the Obama administration.

 

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