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GUEST,guest from NW BS: About Same-Sex Marriage (177* d) RE: BS: About Same-Sex Marriage 07 Mar 04

"There are some behaviors that are unacceptable to me"

that's fine. there are some behaviors that are unacceptable to me too but i don't feel the need to amend the constitution to prohibit them or make laws against them if they are acts engaged in by consenting ADULTS (no underage red herrings or bestiality baloney) in their privacy. i don't see any reason to deny them equal protection under the law either. you know what i do if an act is unacceptable to me? i don't engage in it and i don't hang out with people that do. voila! the problem is solved.

"and no matter how I try to rationalize homosexuality it is
fundamentally dysfunctional."

according to you and not supported by scientific research. and i don't mean scientific research funded by the baptist church or pat robertson's "scientific" foundation.

"Rectums did not evolve as sexual organs"

neither did mouths but are used commonly by gays and straights in a sexual capacity. is oral sex also unacceptable in any capacity? there used to be laws against that too but society seems to have "evolved" beyond that.

here's my position. give all people equal rights under the law and mind your own damn bizness about what consenting adults do in the privacy of their bedroom. does that make me a "liberal"?

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