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How does Gay Marriage Harm You?

By AmericanKulak follow AmericanKulak   2021 May 25, 10:05pm 1,017 views  59 comments           share      

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1   AmericanKulak   2021 May 25, 10:06pm  

It ain't even about the Gay, or the Religion, it's about controlling you. Forcing you to condone degeneracy is a bonus.
2   Ceffer   2021 May 25, 11:43pm  

It's called demoralization, not moralization, simple. Everything is upside down, nothing makes sense, people are scrambled on purpose, lies are force fed as doctrine etc. etc.
3   richwicks   2021 May 26, 12:16am  

Ceffer says
It's called demoralization, not moralization, simple. Everything is upside down, nothing makes sense, people are scrambled on purpose, lies are force fed as doctrine etc. etc.


It's to identify the obedient sheep versus people who think independently.

This isn't new. When I lived in Indiana, religion was incessantly pushed on me.

The Church(es) have been doing this for centuries. I just regard this as another religion, and largely ignore it unless pressed, and then I will give them first my reasoning and how I drew my conclusion. This is just another faith coupled with a bunch of cowards that are afraid to justify their actual opinions. One thing I've learned is people are largely compliant pussies.
4   mell   2021 May 26, 5:44am  

richwicks says
Ceffer says
It's called demoralization, not moralization, simple. Everything is upside down, nothing makes sense, people are scrambled on purpose, lies are force fed as doctrine etc. etc.


It's to identify the obedient sheep versus people who think independently.

This isn't new. When I lived in Indiana, religion was incessantly pushed on me.

The Church(es) have been doing this for centuries. I just regard this as another religion, and largely ignore it unless pressed, and then I will give them first my reasoning and how I drew my conclusion. This is just another faith coupled with a bunch of cowards that are afraid to justify their actual opinions. One thing I've learned is people are largely compliant pussies.


No state or federal government or big corporations have been pushing religion on anyone for a long long time. If you live in a religious environment your family, friends and neighbors may "push" it on you by expressing their views all the time or school may ask you to start the morning with a prayer (even that was back then), but that is quite different from this example. You can move and live and work elsewhere in the vast conglomerate of states called the US. Dude is banned from his job anywhere in the US and would have to leave the country. The immediate comparison to churches is unfair and a fallacy as most countries have had separation of church and state forever. This is more comparable to how religion is pushed in the middle east.
5   Patrick   2021 May 26, 6:54am  

I agree.

The only religion being pushed now is the violent and intolerant religion of woke-stupidity.

People are being fired for not submitting to this idiocy.

It's gotten to the point where a Christian preacher was arrested in England for quoting the bible's position that marriage is between a man and a woman.

Lawsuits are the answer. Matt Moore has a very good case that his rights were violated. I hope he is able to bankrupt his former broker.

Perhaps we should start a society that helps people sue the evil woke employers and others, by providing advice, funding, and perhaps lawyers. A new kind of ACLU to replace the corrupt work ACLU, which is now an instrument of oppression.
6   AmericanKulak   2021 May 26, 9:09am  

The Religion of No Name, or the PostModern Religion, is pushed everywhere in the West from Ads to Sitcoms to Schools. It has a dogma (Racism), eschaton (apocalyptic climate change), and original sin (All Whites are born with racism against POCs).
7   Patrick   2021 May 26, 9:15am  

It really is a religion, not based in reason.

I think it may be a replacement for the "God shaped hole" left by abandonment of Christianity on the coasts.
8   Shaman   2021 May 26, 10:01am  

Patrick says
It really is a religion, not based in reason.

I think it may be a replacement for the "God shaped hole" left by abandonment of Christianity on the coasts.


It definitely is a replacement for faith for Jews who don’t believe in G_d. And they cling to it fervently, preferring it to the religion of their ancestors because it comes with no moral cost. They don’t have to restrain their base impulses or deny themselves the sweet thrill of exercising cruelty on their fellow man. They just have to mouth some platitudes about racism and then let their inner beast loose to hate and lie and envy to their hearts’ content.
9   AmericanKulak   2021 May 26, 10:30am  

Patrick says
The large majority of white liberals are former Christians, or the children of former Christians.


I'm working on a theory about Puritans > Faith replaced in Politics > Puritanical Religion.

If you look at the whole thrust of Leftism in the US, it begins in Western Mass/Upstate NY in the late 19th among Liberal Christians. "Women's Bible", etc.

Shaman says
It definitely is a replacement for faith for Jews who don’t believe in G_d. And they cling to it fervently, preferring it to the religion of their ancestors because it comes with no moral cost. They don’t have to restrain their base impulses or deny themselves the sweet thrill of exercising cruelty on their fellow man. They just have to mouth some platitudes about racism and then let their inner beast loose to hate and lie and envy to their hearts’ content.


This is also very true.

Additionally, you have the Jesuits among the Catholics, always known for their love of universalism, AND a long history of undermining regimes ("banned in dozens of countries!"), AND having plenty of examples of trying to impose a theocratic socialism (Jesuit Reductions in Paraguay)
10   Shaman   2021 May 26, 11:35am  

Patrick says
Not just Jews.

The large majority of white liberals are former Christians, or the children of former Christians.


Yes I think you’re correct. Either former Christians or maybe raised in a Christian or semi-observant Christian household, but fallen away or never really accepted the faith. Woke-ism is their religion now, for the same reasons I listed above.
11   Ceffer   2021 May 26, 11:35am  

Jesuits (Soldiers of Christ) acted as a template for State (Church) terrorism. Could be that Communism, Fascism, Hitler and Stalin derived much of their basic rulebooks tactics from tactics of the Church, Jesuits and Inquisition.

Jesuits took over the universities and schools to make sure deviant beliefs did not get off the ground and that the young were 'correctly' indoctrinated.

They were established to fight Protestantism, and remanded individuals to the Inquisition which was active for hundreds of years (think struggle sessions with physical torture and execution, degrading the individual with bizarre, superstitious standards and slaughtering scores remorselessly).

They also engaged in Soros-like undermining of governments when Church and State were fused, kind of like religious color revolutions, and acted as Church spies.

They were eventually disbanded, then came back in a somewhat modified form, and oddly enough, became some of the 'free thinkers' of the Church, which was unlike their original mission to be enforcers. The Church offered moral exceptions to its apparatchiks. They had already established networks of schools and universities, so they remained in eduction.

The Church is loaded with these paramilitary groups over the ages doing the Church's dirty work. Some, like the Knights Templar, were given usury exceptions as military bodies and established systems of finance and lending with often mafia like interest rates.
12   Shaman   2021 May 26, 11:39am  

forklift says
What consenting adults do behind closed doors should never have been the business of government.


True, and this argument invalidates the rest of your post. Marriage (as the thing gays fought for) is a government imposed legal status which conveys a host of other legal statuses. This makes it a function of government, and therefore we now have government in that business.

If gays had been satisfied with domestic partnerships, this wouldn’t have been an issue, but they wanted GOVERNMENT recognition and support of their behavior. That takes it from a libertarian argument to a authoritarian argument.
Can you see that?
13   Ceffer   2021 May 26, 11:42am  

The marriage thing always baffled me when all the human rights issues had already been established. That's when i began to believe the motives were subversive rather than constructive.
14   Patrick   2021 May 26, 12:09pm  

I worked with a woman who used to say that a marriage license is a government "license to fuck" and she doesn't need their permission. I think she's right about that.

But there are also economic implications to marriage. The gay marriage thing seems at least partly motivated by taxes. I guess it's cheaper to file jointly if you are legally married.
15   Tenpoundbass   2021 May 26, 12:31pm  

Gay marriage is pointless, the whole point of marriage is to procreate in a family unit to nurture children, and future generation, of "YOUR" genes.
16   AmericanKulak   2021 May 26, 12:32pm  

Ceffer says
They were eventually disbanded, then came back in a somewhat modified form, and oddly enough, became some of the 'free thinkers' of the Church, which was unlike their original mission to be enforcers. The Church offered moral exceptions to its apparatchiks. They had already established networks of schools and universities, so they remained in eduction.


Exactly. The whole history of 16th-17th Century England is basically Jesuit Subversiveness.
17   AmericanKulak   2021 May 26, 12:36pm  

forklift says
Well, now we're stuck with this shitty solution because the right wanted to force their culture upon others, so the left has deemed it necessary to force their own culture onto society. Wouldn't it have been great if we were all just left to choose what culture we wanted for ourselves and our families?


The exact opposite; the whole thing was a slippery slope that started with decriminalizing/not enforcing Sodomy laws, through civil unions that become marriage, that became anti-bullying, that has now ended up with not only Pro-Gay Affirmation Propaganda, but Trans Propaganda at the public level, paid with public funds.

It should have started and ended with Sodomy laws not applying in residences of gays or select "gay areas" like bars and bathhouses, but enforced everywhere else. Now California has banned police from DNA testing condoms and tissues in public bathroom troll locations, lest a gay person be held to the same standards of Hets in terms of Public Indecency. Or that the knowing spread of HIV/AIDS (and HIV alone) by non-disclosure is decriminalized, whereas TB and anything else is rigorously held to regulations and enforcement.

The mistake of Libertarians was to forget that nature abhors a vacuum, and if Conservatives don't stand up to Sexual Immorality, the void will be filled with Leftist Degeneracy.

I used to believe "Don't impose your morality on me" ... it's become "Let me impose my immorality on you"
18   Ceffer   2021 May 26, 12:54pm  

Sexuality is the most territorial of territorial instincts. It will always raise hackles, and it is why it needs to remain compartmentalized. Even aside from moral arguments, there have been subcultures that catered to those whose behavior and sexuality offended the bulk of the population. They need to remain in their subculture venues with like minded individuals.

The social subversives know that sexual minority practices are always the bomb against public instincts of family, pair bonding, genetic succession and nominal morals. They just use it as gasoline subversion.

Gays and sexual minorities should know better than to step outside their subculture contexts, because they will never be immune to social backlash, it's in the biology for better or worse.
19   Eric Holder   2021 May 26, 1:14pm  

Patrick says
I guess it's cheaper to file jointly if you are legally married.


It depends. If dual income it's usually more expensive.
20   Patrick   2021 May 26, 1:20pm  

Tenpoundbass says
Gay marriage is pointless, the whole point of marriage is to procreate in a family unit to nurture children, and future generation, of "YOUR" genes.


Yes, marriage is in essence about legitimizing children in a ceremony where the man says "I agree to support the children from this marriage." And men do this with the understanding that the woman will not cheat and will care for the kids. Even with infertile couples, it's still a promise for the husband to support the wife.

Gay marriage is a mockery of all that, a childish demand to be called something they are not. Very much like tranny demands for you to lie in public about their actual sex.
21   Shaman   2021 May 26, 1:21pm  

Eric Holder says
It depends. If dual income it's usually more expensive.


At least in California it’s cheaper to file jointly. That’s because California has a community property rule where the sum total of a husband/wife’s income is split to calculate tax liability if filing separately. And there’s a benefit in the tax schedules to filing jointly. I suppose if they aren’t married then it might be different.
22   Eric Holder   2021 May 26, 1:27pm  

Shaman says
At least in California it’s cheaper to file jointly. That’s because California has a community property rule where the sum total of a husband/wife’s income is split to calculate tax liability if filing separately.


True. But this is another way this state is fucked.
23   Ceffer   2021 May 26, 1:29pm  

Eric Holder says
True. But this is another way this state is fucked.

Har, Har! "How is California totally fucked? Let me count the ways."
24   Shaman   2021 May 26, 1:52pm  

Ceffer says
Har, Har! "How is California totally fucked? Let me count the ways."


It sure would be a lot nicer if there wasn’t such a hefty state income tax.
25   Patrick   2021 May 26, 5:36pm  

MisdemeanorRebellionNoCoupForYou says
I'm working on a theory about Puritans > Faith replaced in Politics > Puritanical Religion.

If you look at the whole thrust of Leftism in the US, it begins in Western Mass/Upstate NY in the late 19th among Liberal Christians. "Women's Bible", etc.


Huh, I think you're right there. Had not considered it.

And I bet most of those very liberal Christians were women.
26   NDrLoR   2021 May 26, 7:01pm  

MisdemeanorRebellionNoCoupForYou says
How does Gay Marriage Harm You?
Someone could as easily make the case of How does child molestation harm you? If it doesn't harm you in any way, shouldn't it be OK in general?
27   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2021 May 26, 7:06pm  

Ceffer says
It's called demoralization, not moralization, simple. Everything is upside down, nothing makes sense, people are scrambled on purpose, lies are force fed as doctrine etc. etc.


Yeah I dread June and all the gay worship.
28   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2021 May 26, 9:15pm  

It hurts everyone. Promotes idea of sodomy as normal... existance based on hedonistic pleasure seeking and life of irresponsible behavior.
29   AmericanKulak   2021 May 27, 5:03am  

Patrick says
And I bet most of those very liberal Christians were women.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TxKAI3gIVRU

The whiff of hopium: Look at the crowd in the pews; all of them are past their fertile years, many by decades.
30   PeopleUnited   2021 May 27, 5:35am  

MisdemeanorRebellionNoCoupForYou says
It ain't even about the Gay, or the Religion, it's about controlling you. Forcing you to condone degeneracy is a bonus.


People hate Bible Christianity because the Bible peers into the heart and soul and reveals every offense we are guilty of. The homonormative, transnormative, pedonormative, whateverotherperversionormative movement seeks to override their own consciences as well as societies conscience which is silently screaming day and night that these lifestyles are offensive to the Creator.

I believe that the reason people with strange sexual lives want so desperately for others to accept and condone their behavior is because deep down their conscience is condemning themselves.

The fact that Christians are now being arrested for speaking their beliefs tells you how far gone this culture has become. If you are offended by a person who says that God condemns a certain lifestyle, that is your problem. But if we start jailing people for speaking their beliefs that is ALL of our problems. When people can be jailed for speaking their beliefs it is only a matter of time before they jail any one of us on their whims of control.
31   BayArea   2021 May 27, 5:40am  

Fortwaynemobile says
Promotes idea of sodomy as normal


What about anal sex in a hetero relationship, do you also see this as wrong?
32   FortwayeAsFuckJoeBiden   2021 May 27, 6:29am  

BayArea says
Fortwaynemobile says
Promotes idea of sodomy as normal


What about anal sex in a hetero relationship, do you also see this as wrong?


That is actually wrong yes. Biblically wrong, fucking poop basically.
33   NuttBoxer   2021 May 27, 1:49pm  

First, the state has no authority to say who's married or not. And last, this isn't about gay marriage, it's about free speech. Gay marriage isn't harming this guy, censorship is. But good news, this sound extremely libelous, lawyer up dude!
34   AmericanKulak   2021 May 27, 1:51pm  

Anal sex is freakin' nasty, period. Would you stick your dick in a gas station toilet with a turd in it?
35   Ceffer   2021 May 27, 1:56pm  

MisdemeanorRebellionNoCoupForYou says
Would you stick your dick in a gas station toilet with a turd in it?


There you go, getting them all excited again.
36   WookieMan   2021 May 27, 2:08pm  

MisdemeanorRebellionNoCoupForYou says
Anal sex is freakin' nasty, period. Would you stick your dick in a gas station toilet with a turd in it?

Not in Bloomington, IL. Came back from Ozarks over the weekend and stopped there. Zero fucks were given on upkeep and meth heads chilling in a single occupant bathroom, probably fucking each other or blowing each other. Two motels next door. Shady America at it's finest. They also got $1,200+ if they have a dependent for drugs and are fucked up.

We've got to stop paying people to be deadbeats. There's no valid argument. I'd rather pay to open the asylums again at this point. Lobotomize people again. We've gone full Tropic Thunder retard at this point.
37   richwicks   2021 May 27, 4:49pm  

WookieMan says
We've got to stop paying people to be deadbeats. There's no valid argument. I'd rather pay to open the asylums again at this point.


Well, you're just 40 years too late.

I mean honestly, how hard would it be to build a building designed exclusively for high density living in a secluded area for homeless people to get clean and back on their feet?

A 10' by 3' room with just a bed, and if you want to get fancy, extended by 3x3' for a toilet, sink and shower. You wouldn't even have to heat a place so small. Fold up bed, communal kitchen, and then a bunch of work programs or education. Maybe mental health workshops.

The truth is the government has no interest in fixing the problem. They only care about exploiting people.
38   AmericanKulak   2021 May 27, 5:11pm  

You could rent new RV's for less than $2600 in quantity.
39   Patrick   2021 May 27, 5:15pm  

I agree that it would actually be pretty cheap to house in the homeless far away from the cities, and that government does not actually care about doing that.

But from my experiences with the homeless in SF, they demand to be in the cities because that's where the drug supply is, and the majority of them are on hard drugs. That's what they live for, so they're not going to go out to the boonies. I think a lot of them are thieves and prostitutes to get their drug money, and the pickings would also be slim out in the countryside.

There's another set, I think a smaller set, which is the mentally ill. They may want help, but some of them are quite difficult to help. They might benefit from a stable place to live away from the city, but they would need food as well as housing. They live on the scraps of the city, kind of like pigeons.

I think there are very few who are truly long-term homeless outside those two groups. Anyone who is not mentally ill and willing to work can usually find someplace to live.
40   WineHorror1   2021 May 27, 5:56pm  

Patrick says
marriage license is a government "license to fuck"

I'm not married to my "wife" for this exact reason. 18 years and going strong. I do not invite the government into my relationships.

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