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"Human rights" do not include the right to commit every depraved act imaginable without consequence.

This isn't about "human rights;" it's about obliging normal people to accept behavior that is disgusting, perverted, and amoral.

How does the world benefit from normalizing homosexuality?

IronJack, Free Republic 16 Comments [10/11/2017 2:46:54 PM]
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Pharaoh Bastethotep

"Human rights" do not include the right to commit every depraved act imaginable without consequence.

This isn't about "human rights;" it's about obliging normal people to accept behavior that is disgusting, perverted, and amoral.

How does the world benefit from normalizing Reactionarism?

Fixed that for you.

10/11/2017 2:50:37 PM



Because everyone would get along and be able to love who they want without being seen as a sick freak and bullied and harassed because of it.

10/11/2017 2:51:23 PM

Skide

As long as you don`t harm nobody, yes, yes it fucking does you miserable fuck. You and your kind do not dictace what is and is not supposed to be "depraved".

10/11/2017 3:59:37 PM

Churchy LaFemme

Who appointed you the arbiter of what is or is not depraved? The Bible does not include a list of acceptable sex acts and positions. Unless you're standing in your neighbor's bedroom, peeking through the window or have installed a webcam, you have no idea what they are doing in their bedroom or elsewhere in their house. And guess what -- it's none of your business unless they're making so much noise it's keeping you awake. Are you having so little sex, or is it so boring, that you need to imagine what other people are doing? That makes you a voyeur, which many people consider a depraved act.

If a couple has sex for an hour every day, it's 4% of their time. Why do you insist on defining their life by such a small percentage of it?

10/11/2017 5:21:15 PM

KingOfRhye

Since when is homosexuality "every depraved act imaginable"? I'm heterosexual and I've been involved in some fairly "depraved acts" in my day, damnit!

10/11/2017 5:37:12 PM

Anon-e-moose

Then according to your 'logic' - because of what happened to Mary: and by whom - your own 'God' doesn't even have the right to exist.

Just ask Gary Glitter.

How does the world benefit from normalising deity-based paedophilia?

10/11/2017 6:04:55 PM

Kanna

It's still optional, Jack. You don't HAVE to be gay.

10/11/2017 7:18:36 PM



Human rights" do not include the right to commit every depraved act imaginable without consequence.



True. Christians and Muslims are not going to be protected by "human rights" when a terrorist strikes or when they try to force their beliefs on others




This isn't about "human rights;" it's about obliging normal people to accept behavior that is disgusting, perverted, and amoral.


Agreed! There is no reason to accept homophobia or transphobia especially after Josh Duggar! And others!


How does the world benefit from normalizing homosexuality?


Accepting it means we are not the barbarians of yesteryear.

10/11/2017 7:26:32 PM

Titania

It is about human rights, because they are Homo Sapiens too. But I doubt that you are, you bigot, just like I doubt they tied you up and forced you to watch.

10/11/2017 7:54:33 PM

TheReasonator

"How does the world benefit from normalizing homosexuality?"

Google Alan Turing. Think about what more he could have done and how much further we would be by now if he hadn't been driven to suicide. Maybe by now we'd all have personal robots to do all our chores and tend to our every command.

The world will never know what other genius may have been snuffed out through criminalization or shamed into suicide and how much better of a world we could have had today otherwise.

10/11/2017 10:11:14 PM

rubber chicken

Because 'disgusting, perverted, and amoral' is subjective.

10/11/2017 11:42:01 PM

ChrisBP747

You have no idea what human rights are, don't you?
Since you are on Free Republic I guess that you are a right-wing, perhabs christian pseudo-fascist. Now, do you know which aspect of human rights is the most important?
That they are universal for every human being. And that includes, but is not limited to:
- People of other religions than yours
- People of other cultures than yours
- People of other political ideologies than yours
- People you don't like
- Even criminals
And the first principle of human rights is the one about human dignity and its inviolitability. So yes, this is a human rights issue and you are not the one to decide that we homosexuals are somehow exempt from them because they do things you find icky.

10/12/2017 12:57:23 AM

Shepard Solus

It pisses off worthless trash like you, for starters. That's certainly a positive.

10/12/2017 1:07:25 AM

Swede

Human rights include doing whatever you want with your own body, as long as you don't harm others or infringe on their rights. So yeah, quite a lot of "depraved acts" are included.

Disgusting, perverted and amoral are subjective terms. Not helping people in need is pretty disgusting, perverted and amoral, in my book. Refusing healthcare to the sick, refusing women access to contraceptives and abortions, not having mandatory paid parental leave, not having living wages as minimum wages, are other things that are pretty disgusting, perverted and/or amoral.

The world benefits from seeing normal variations (that don't harm others) as normal.
How do you imagine that the world benefit from demonizing homosexuality?

10/12/2017 5:16:42 AM

Yossarian Lives

Homosexuals are normal people and disgust is very subjective. I find cauliflower cheese to be disgusting, and as I consider myself to be normal, so should we start discriminating against those who like cauliflower cheese?

10/12/2017 5:27:13 AM

Thinking Allowed

I don't think Jackie understands the concept of human rights. If gays aren't allowed the right to marry who they want, that makes marriage a privileged for heterosexual people.

10/13/2017 8:17:49 AM

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