In the next fifty years or so, if we continue with our ideas of gay marriage, it will be nearly completely accepted.
For instance, beastality is known to be illegal and disgusting. Same with incest. Do you think if we start accepting unnatural things now, will we begin accepting these gross ideas? It's love, right? You can control what or who you love, right? We shouldn't care what other people do, right? They aren't hurting us, right? If a boy falls in love with his uncle or his sister and they love him as well, it's their problem! Right? They are in love! We shouldn't change that, right? If a girl loves her dog and that dog is fiercely loyal to her, has sex with her, loves her, and she's happy, why change anything? Right?
No. I don't think any of this is normal or natural or should be accepted. But people just have to be so nice and accepting so they won't be hated. Oh dear no, if I'm against society's opinion I won't be accepted! So I must agree with them because I want to be a normal person too!
Being gay was illegal. Being gay resulted in you being killed. Being with an animal resulted in you being stoned. I know some of these are drastic measures but it just shows how our views have changed so much from the past. Who knows what will be accepted in the future if we continue going this way so freely or not.
In 50 years we may think differently than now and may accept things like incest and such for accepting something that was\is wrong.
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I want to commend you for taking a minority, yet extremely brave stance against the crazy liberal brainwashed culture our world has become. I'm probably one of the few commentators on here (GAG is dominated by liberals) who likely shares your opinion. From a judaic, chirstian and possibly muslim perspective (I have never read the Quran) homosexuality is nothing more than a variation of idolatry. The thing is all humans are guilty of some sort of idolatry or sin. The issue I have with homosexuals is that they ARE PROUD OF THEIR LIFESTYLE. Proud to be an idolater. It's not only acceptable... but it's sickeningly being encourage and celebrated. I myself have my own struggles and problems (I'll admit I have abused alcohol, looked p*rn, gambled and experimented with other vices). However you don't see alcoholics, gamblers or p*rn consumers marching in a parade saying "we are PROUD of our deviation". Most of these sinners feels some degree of shame for their sins. All I can say is that God has a way of rebalancing nations who rebel (both Israel and ancient Rome indulged in idolatry and God eventually punished them both). I just hope when the punishment does comes He will distinguishes the righteous from the unrighteous (unfortunately his punishments are often indiscriminate if you read the old testament) but someday we will all have to answer for our deeds (ROMANS 14:11).7
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