Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
I wasn't implying that at all. My apologies if that's the way you read it.
Well, I'm at a disadvantage here because in Los Angeles, I've never heard of a church turning away gays or gays that would like to marry. Everyone's accepted. At my daughter's preschool, there are four gay dad couples with six children (two sets of twins and two individuals). They're just dudes to me.
I disagree because once again, it doesn't appear to be "equal". Look Dude, I learned a long time ago to respect gays and lesbians and their need for equal rights. It's not an argument that's worth having with a hetero that hasn't had the same "exposure", for lack of a better word.
For example, my wife and I (before marriage) lived in an apartment building in West Hollywood for nearly four years in which we were the only hetero couple. I had some of the coolest neighbors ever. And I totally get their POV and have their backs. They just want to be happy and being married will make a large segment of the gay & lesbian population happy.
Live and let live.
When you heard through the walls of your apartment, one of the men grunting from getting rammed in the ass.
How did that make you feel?
Did you turn the JVC up or did you turn the JVC down?