Isnt **** marriage kind of an oxy moron?

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#1 mingmao3046
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brb vowed in a church before "god"

brb homosexuality is a sin

i dont get why gay people are so eager to get married especially when it goes against religion which is what marriage is supposed to be about. So why are gays so eager to get married? is it something to do with tax breaks?

i dont understand the hype behind marriages

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brb vowed in a church before "god"

brb homosexuality is a sin

i dont get why gay people are so eager to get married especially when it goes against religion which is what marriage is supposed to be about. So why are gays so eager to get married? is it something to do with tax breaks?

i dont understand the hype behind marriages

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brb...lou can get married without the church...god or any other mythical being...

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Because marriage and religion have nothing to do with each other.

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brb vowed in a church before "god"

brb homosexuality is a sin

i dont get why gay people are so eager to get married especially when it goes against religion which is what marriage is supposed to be about. So why are gays so eager to get married? is it something to do with tax breaks?

i dont understand the hype behind marriages

mingmao3046

Nobody who's not living in a Muslim state or the US gives a fck about religion anymore. Of course it's for the tax breaks, what do you think?

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#5 MrPraline
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> which is what marriage is supposed to be about. why did you do this
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brb vowed in a church before "god"

brb homosexuality is a sin

i dont get why gay people are so eager to get married especially when it goes against religion which is what marriage is supposed to be about. So why are gays so eager to get married? is it something to do with tax breaks?

i dont understand the hype behind marriages

mingmao3046

There is no church, deity or religion necessary for marriage.

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I'm going to make my own religion, and in it, only human men and female wolves can be married. That's right. Two different species. Anyone other species or genders that try to get married are being immoral and will be going to my religion's version of hell.

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Because marriage is first and foremost a tradition of society as a whole, not just a religion's.

Hence why even atheists can and want to get married.

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Nobody who's not living in a Muslim state or the US gives a fck about religion anymore. Of course it's for the tax breaks, what do you think?

Heisenderp
It's not necessarily all about tax breaks......there's something about committing your lives to each other in front of your friends and family that many still find appealing...
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Marriage was never, and has never been a religious institution. Early marriage was simply an exchange of useful skills...a farmer would marry a woman who could assist with farming, a potter would marry a woman who could help with that, etc. There's nothing religious about traditional marriage.

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Marriage was never, and has never been a religious institution. Early marriage was simply an exchange of useful skills...a farmer would marry a woman who could assist with farming, a potter would marry a woman who could help with that, etc. There's nothing religious about traditional marriage.

Andrew_Xavier

When you research marriage it doesn't pop up legally until civilization. And those marriages and authority came from religion.

I'm not religious but marriage and the legality behind it is based in religion.

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[QUOTE="Heisenderp"]

Nobody who's not living in a Muslim state or the US gives a fck about religion anymore. Of course it's for the tax breaks, what do you think?

Omni-Slash
It's not necessarily all about tax breaks......there's something about committing your lives to each other in front of your friends and family that many still find appealing...

Pff. It's all about dat paperrr boii.
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I'm going to make my own religion, and in it, only human men and female wolves can be married. That's right. Two different species. Anyone other species or genders that try to get married are being immoral and will be going to my religion's version of hell.

Animatronic64

It would be religious discrimination not to force your opinions on to everybody else.

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#15 spazzx625
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Are you even remotely familiar with what an oxymoron is?
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Are you even remotely familiar with what an oxymoron is?spazzx625
OP is an oxy moron
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[QUOTE="Heisenderp"]

Nobody who's not living in a Muslim state or the US gives a fck about religion anymore. Of course it's for the tax breaks, what do you think?

Omni-Slash
It's not necessarily all about tax breaks......there's something about committing your lives to each other in front of your friends and family that many still find appealing...

so why must the law / government be brought into the equation
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[QUOTE="spazzx625"]Are you even remotely familiar with what an oxymoron is?MrPraline
OP is an oxy moron

nah, just a moron.
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[QUOTE="Omni-Slash"][QUOTE="Heisenderp"]

Nobody who's not living in a Muslim state or the US gives a fck about religion anymore. Of course it's for the tax breaks, what do you think?

mingmao3046

It's not necessarily all about tax breaks......there's something about committing your lives to each other in front of your friends and family that many still find appealing...

so why must the law / government be brought into the equation

You could say the same for religion.

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[QUOTE="spazzx625"]Are you even remotely familiar with what an oxymoron is?MrPraline
OP is an oxy moron

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[QUOTE="mingmao3046"] so why must the law / government be brought into the equation

because of simple traditions such as changing of the name...etc...govt is already wrapped around the individual...why would a joining of the two not have governmental implications?....
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Are you even remotely familiar with what an oxymoron is?spazzx625
contradictory terms............as in gays want to become one under god's house yet god is supposed to be against gay marriage
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[QUOTE="Omni-Slash"][QUOTE="Heisenderp"]

Nobody who's not living in a Muslim state or the US gives a fck about religion anymore. Of course it's for the tax breaks, what do you think?

mingmao3046
It's not necessarily all about tax breaks......there's something about committing your lives to each other in front of your friends and family that many still find appealing...

so why must the law / government be brought into the equation

That's what I'm wondering. If two gay people want to live with each other, love each other, etc. for life I say go for it. But why the need to make it a legal and government issue?
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You know what's really an oxymoron? An intelligent mingmao post.

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Women getting an education is anti-christian, and we don't prevent women from getting an education. Religion shouldn't even be considered when it comes to state, because people simply only spread views they like, and ignore the others they dislike, even if it comes from the same source.

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[QUOTE="mingmao3046"][QUOTE="Omni-Slash"] It's not necessarily all about tax breaks......there's something about committing your lives to each other in front of your friends and family that many still find appealing...KC_Hokie
so why must the law / government be brought into the equation

That's what I'm wondering. If two gay people want to live with each other, love each other, etc. for life I say go for it. But why the need to make it a legal and government issue?

Why do straight people want to make it a legal/government issue?

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lol, religous peeps.

jesus left you with some pretty simple ass shyt to do that even a child could figure out and what are you doing?

judging and harming segments of society that are weaker than yourselves.

did you even read that ****ing novel they left in all the hotel rooms?

if what they do is wrong they will either get punished or not get punished but you have a 100% chance of being punished by being a bunch of jerks that harm the people around you for your own personal reasons.

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[QUOTE="Omni-Slash"][QUOTE="mingmao3046"] so why must the law / government be brought into the equation

because of simple traditions such as changing of the name...etc...govt is already wrapped around the individual...why would a joining of the two not have governmental implications?....

so changing your name is somehow supposed to make you two love eachother more? it just all seems so superficial to me
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[QUOTE="spazzx625"]Are you even remotely familiar with what an oxymoron is?mingmao3046
contradictory terms............as in gays want to become one under god's house yet god is supposed to be against gay marriage

While I'm sure there are some gay Christians who would love to be married under God's house or whatever, I doubt that's what the debate is about.
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[QUOTE="spazzx625"]Are you even remotely familiar with what an oxymoron is?mingmao3046
contradictory terms............as in gays want to become one under god's house yet god is supposed to be against gay marriage

Again, marriage has nothing to do with religion.

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so changing your name is somehow supposed to make you two love eachother more? it just all seems so superficial to memingmao3046
Umm it has nothing to do with loving each other more.....but their is a commitment and dedication attached to it.....makes it a lot harder just to walk away when you'v had a **** day with your significant other....and I'm not commenting on should or should nots...just on what is...

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[QUOTE="KC_Hokie"][QUOTE="mingmao3046"] so why must the law / government be brought into the equationtoast_burner

That's what I'm wondering. If two gay people want to live with each other, love each other, etc. for life I say go for it. But why the need to make it a legal and government issue?

Why do straight people want to make it a legal/government issue?

Because that's what it's turned into....a legal/government issue.
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[QUOTE="mingmao3046"][QUOTE="Omni-Slash"] It's not necessarily all about tax breaks......there's something about committing your lives to each other in front of your friends and family that many still find appealing...KC_Hokie
so why must the law / government be brought into the equation

That's what I'm wondering. If two gay people want to live with each other, love each other, etc. for life I say go for it. But why the need to make it a legal and government issue?

Yeah, wanting the same rights and benefits as any other citizen is really silly.

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[QUOTE="Andrew_Xavier"]

Marriage was never, and has never been a religious institution. Early marriage was simply an exchange of useful skills...a farmer would marry a woman who could assist with farming, a potter would marry a woman who could help with that, etc. There's nothing religious about traditional marriage.

KC_Hokie

When you research marriage it doesn't pop up legally until civilization. And those marriages and authority came from religion.

I'm not religious but marriage and the legality behind it is based in religion.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marriage

Not at all. Marriage pre-dates modern religions ffs.

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[QUOTE="spazzx625"]Are you even remotely familiar with what an oxymoron is?mingmao3046
contradictory terms............as in gays want to become one under god's house yet god is supposed to be against gay marriage

Yeah...About that. Marriage doesn't belong to Christianity. Also, gay marriage" still wouldn't be an oxymoron.
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[QUOTE="toast_burner"]

[QUOTE="KC_Hokie"]That's what I'm wondering. If two gay people want to live with each other, love each other, etc. for life I say go for it. But why the need to make it a legal and government issue? KC_Hokie

Why do straight people want to make it a legal/government issue?

Because that's what it's turned into....a legal/government issue.

Then why are you singling out gays?

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[QUOTE="mingmao3046"][QUOTE="spazzx625"]Are you even remotely familiar with what an oxymoron is?spazzx625
contradictory terms............as in gays want to become one under god's house yet god is supposed to be against gay marriage

Yeah...About that. Marriage doesn't belong to Christianity. Also, gay marriage" still wouldn't be an oxymoron.

Yeah, a "happy marriage" isn't allowed :P
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[QUOTE="mingmao3046"][QUOTE="Omni-Slash"][QUOTE="mingmao3046"] so why must the law / government be brought into the equation

because of simple traditions such as changing of the name...etc...govt is already wrapped around the individual...why would a joining of the two not have governmental implications?....

so changing your name is somehow supposed to make you two love eachother more? it just all seems so superficial to me

Besides love and companionship, there are many benefits to marriage, especially in the eyes of the law. In fact, there are 1,138 federal benefits, rights and responsibilities associated with marriage There are some important benefits of marriage.
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[QUOTE="KC_Hokie"]

[QUOTE="Andrew_Xavier"]

Marriage was never, and has never been a religious institution. Early marriage was simply an exchange of useful skills...a farmer would marry a woman who could assist with farming, a potter would marry a woman who could help with that, etc. There's nothing religious about traditional marriage.

Andrew_Xavier

When you research marriage it doesn't pop up legally until civilization. And those marriages and authority came from religion.

I'm not religious but marriage and the legality behind it is based in religion.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marriage

Not at all. Marriage pre-dates modern religions ffs.

There were monogamous relationships since cave man times. But the legality of marriage in civilization came from religious authority.
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[QUOTE="KC_Hokie"][QUOTE="toast_burner"]Why do straight people want to make it a legal/government issue?

toast_burner

Because that's what it's turned into....a legal/government issue.

Then why are you singling out gays?

The issue is gay marriage not polygamy or bestiality or whatever.
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Why is it so many gay marriage threads
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[QUOTE="Andrew_Xavier"]

[QUOTE="KC_Hokie"]When you research marriage it doesn't pop up legally until civilization. And those marriages and authority came from religion.

I'm not religious but marriage and the legality behind it is based in religion.

KC_Hokie

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marriage

Not at all. Marriage pre-dates modern religions ffs.

There were monogamous relationships since cave man times. But the legality of marriage in civilization came from religious authority.

I have seen no evidence to support that. Hell, they had legal gay marriages in ancient greece...long pre-dating the silly work of fiction you're claiming marriage to be associated with.
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[QUOTE="toast_burner"]

[QUOTE="KC_Hokie"]Because that's what it's turned into....a legal/government issue. KC_Hokie

Then why are you singling out gays?

The issue is gay marriage not polygamy or bestiality or whatever.

What? I never mentioned beastiality or polygamy.

what I'm asking is, if marriage already is a legal issue then why are you complaining about gays making it one?

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I'm a Christian, and I think same-sex marriage is useless.
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I'm a Christian, and I think same-sex marriage is useless.ArmoredCore55
Useless how? How has straight marriage more "use"? To whom?
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[QUOTE="KC_Hokie"][QUOTE="Andrew_Xavier"]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marriage

Not at all. Marriage pre-dates modern religions ffs.

Andrew_Xavier
There were monogamous relationships since cave man times. But the legality of marriage in civilization came from religious authority.

I have seen no evidence to support that. Hell, they had legal gay marriages in ancient greece...long pre-dating the silly work of fiction you're claiming marriage to be associated with.

Go to the dawn of civilization (Egypt, Mesopotamia) the legal authority behind those marriages was religious in nature.
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[QUOTE="ArmoredCore55"]I'm a Christian, and I think same-sex marriage is useless.MrPraline
Useless how? How has straight marriage more "use"? To whom?

God obviously. He feeds of married couples, single or gay people don't taste as good.

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[QUOTE="Andrew_Xavier"]

[QUOTE="KC_Hokie"]When you research marriage it doesn't pop up legally until civilization. And those marriages and authority came from religion.

I'm not religious but marriage and the legality behind it is based in religion.

KC_Hokie

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marriage

Not at all. Marriage pre-dates modern religions ffs.

There were monogamous relationships since cave man times. But the legality of marriage in civilization came from religious authority.

That may have been true thousands of years ago, but in our society the legality of marriage has not a goddamnd thing to do with religion.

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[QUOTE="MrPraline"][QUOTE="ArmoredCore55"]I'm a Christian, and I think same-sex marriage is useless.toast_burner

Useless how? How has straight marriage more "use"? To whom?

God obviously. He feeds of married couples, single or gay people don't taste as good.

oh, i see i thought he just likes the children and gay couples can adopt so god doesn't lose much
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[QUOTE="KC_Hokie"][QUOTE="toast_burner"]Then why are you singling out gays?

toast_burner

The issue is gay marriage not polygamy or bestiality or whatever.

What? I never mentioned beastiality or polygamy.

what I'm asking is, if marriage already is a legal issue then why are you complaining about gays making it one?

What's the purpose of making gay marriage legal? How does society benefit?