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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by Cave Man, Jun 16, 2009.
No surprises here.
Actually, we've discussed that a lot on these boards. But hey, why not some more.
Fred Phelps is going to be protesting outside a zoo once he hears about this.
I'd like to find a gay pit bull to suck his ****.
I had a gay dog when I was little. I wonder if my dog blames him for me...
They're all making a choice!
Wasn't there an exhibit in the States several months back about sexual deviancy in animals. Not just gay animals, but other practices like masturbation and threesomes and others..
Thats it, these disgusting practices must be stopped. I want to know which evil gay person is teaching out innocent animals such lude behavior!
Wont somebody PLEASE think of the animals!?
That's generally frowned on.
They don't choose to be gay but they do choose to live a gay lifestyle. And for that the lord will come down upon their furry souls with all his furious wrath.
I dunno. These two:
made it in and I'm pretty sure there was a bit more going on between them behind the scenes.
Flipper . . . I don't hate him, just his lifestyle.
To confuse matters further Flipper was in reality Kathy and female.
And committed suicide:
Oh, what a relief! "He" didn't engage in same-sex interactions after all! It's only the males.
EDIT: I posted before you added the suicide bit. That's sad.
Yes it is sad but whether it's true or not is debatable,it's my recollection that ex folkie Fred Neil looked after her after he dropped out of the music world in Miami but the truth is hard to come by.
Fred Neil really did go searching for the dolphins in the sea. He retreated to Coconut Grove, Florida and dedicated the rest of his life to dolphin research and preservation. He helped to found the Dolphin Project, an organization dedicated to preventing the capture and exploitation of dolphins worldwide. His interest in dolphins had been there all along, as some years earlier, he had even befriended Cathy, the central character on the television series, Flipper.
Hmmm surprising lack of naysayers in this thread (not really, reality is hard to argue with when the facts are laid out on the table).
Well to be fair all of their arguments have already been said, just in a very tongue in cheek way.
I know I'm going to regret saying anything, but...
Since when did anyone ever say that there were no such things as "gay" animals? And since when is it a good idea to base morality off of the actions of animals? Since when do we apply morality to humans? I don't recall a single thread here decrying the murder of a monkey by another monkey or any other moral judgment of an animal. And which animals are we going to base our sexual morals off of? As a male, I vote lions. That way I'll be able to keep a harem that does all the hard work of getting food and raising the young while I just work at reproducing, and I assume everyone here would be totally cool with that.
Sure, someone could respond to every inane application of your perception of the rationales behind those who find homosexual actions (among humans) immoral, but what would be the point?
The two camps have extremely disparate bases for morality. Studies like this do nothing to further the discussion, although they are extremely interesting to read.
So I guess to respond more directly to NT1440, whom are you referring to? Fictional people who don't think animals engage in homosexual actions? Of course there aren't going to be any "naysayers" because there's nothing to "naysay."
^^Presumably your aware that humans are animals?
I'll tolerate their existence as long as two gay dogs can't marry.
This is sort of significant because it pokes another hole in the shaky foundation that so many antigay marriage people hold: that homosexuality is unnatural.
Although your argument against this idea is pretty funny. It's the same thing people used when the public began accepting evolution. "What?! So we're just a bunch of apes? Should I go around throwing poo!?"
To satisfy this instinctive drive, we invented political forums on the Internet.
Um - why do humans very often try and say animals, where they really mean the animals excluding us? Anyone seen the Ricky Gervais sketch on it?