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harpmolly BS: On Same-Sex Marriages (812* d) RE: BS: On Same-Sex Marriages 12 Sep 07

"I believe multi -person sexual relationships are much more common among "homos" than "hetros"" --akenaton


Oh, *surely* you can't be serious...

How many all-male harems have you encountered in the annals of world history (or modern history, for that matter)?

If we're grasping at straws, ake, you're holding on by the tips of your fingernails. *grin*

At this point, I don't think anyone here has serious hopes of changing your mind (or Caretaker's or anyone else's on this thread, for that matter). What I'm hoping for, at this point, is that when some random person finds this thread in the future, they will read down the posts and see for themselves who displays a deeper grasp of rational say nothing of simple human compassion.

You can choose to take that as personally as you wish. You'll note that I'm not using inflammatory language or name-calling; I'm just being straight with you. Your claim that you aren't arguing your "personal opinion" is patently ludicrous. No one plays devil's advocate with this level of feverish tenacity.

Don, I salute you with this quote from William Blake:
" I found myself sitting on a pleasant bank beside a river by moonlight, hearing a harper who sung to the harp; & his theme was: 'The man who never alters his opinion is like standing water, & breeds reptiles of the mind.'"

(Sure, I could've abbreviated it, mentions a harp! ;))


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