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I wonder if Thork’s gay acquaintances, if they exist, which I’m pretty sure they don’t,
My brother is gay.

Who turned your brother gay?
I'm going to guess that my father dying and my going to uni left him with just his sister and mother as role models and it turned him a bit fruity. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

Lol. Have you tried asking him? 

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 23, 2022, 06:20:43 PM »
Homosexuals do not abuse children at a higher rate than heterosexuals. In fact, rates of pawdophikoa are higher among heterosexuals than homosexuals.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/1556756/
Your own linked study shows it does.

Did you read the very last sentence?

“This, of course, would not indicate that androphilic males have a greater propensity to offend against children.”

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 23, 2022, 05:35:33 PM »
Imagine how ignorant you just be to think that the “nuclear family” is the natural order of things.
Imagine thinking that placing a small boy in the care of two homosexual men is a low risk endeavour. Sometimes when a couple of gay men come crying to you about love and families, you need to have the balls to stand up to them and tell them to fuck off. If you are weak, then you may condemn a child to sexual or emotional abuse. You are weak. This is why you'll do anything to be agreeable.

Homosexuals do not abuse children at a higher rate than heterosexuals. In fact, rates of pawdophikoa are higher among heterosexuals than homosexuals.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/1556756/

This is you, once again, beginning with a fantasy and forming real world opinions based on that. Be better.

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The plot thickens.
Blew your assumptions out of the water, I have no doubt.
Meh
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Irrelevant. Sad that you you are comfortable with this, but irrelevant.
What can I do about it? He's a man in his mid 30s. He can do whatever the hell he wants. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

You could treat him like he isn’t subhuman. I doubt you’re capable though.

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Apology will be accepted once you demonstrate you’re not a shitty person.
I'm not trying to encourage homosexuals to talk to children about sex. You're the one under the spotlight for being a shitty person right now.

I actually never said that.  See? You start from a fantasy and proceed as if it has some bearing on the real world. Stop forming opinions on your fantasies.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 23, 2022, 05:06:26 PM »
Imagine how ignorant you just be to think that the “nuclear family” is the natural order of things.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 23, 2022, 05:03:27 PM »
I wonder if Thork’s gay acquaintances, if they exist, which I’m pretty sure they don’t,
My brother is gay.

The plot thickens.

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know that he sees them as less than human?
He himself will admit that he is a colossal pervert.

Irrelevant. Sad that you you are comfortable with this, but irrelevant.

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It’s truly astounding that he can project his personal discomfort on to the world as some kind of broad truth.
I'm able to come to conclusions. I'm sorry that they don't match yours.

Apology will be accepted once you demonstrate you’re not a shitty person.

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Its only, I'm not trying to make myself feel like a good person by making myself a doormat whilst others steamroller me with their 'feelings'.

This is obvious.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 23, 2022, 03:54:02 PM »
I wonder if Thork’s gay acquaintances, if they exist, which I’m pretty sure they don’t, know that he sees them as less than human? It’s truly astounding that he can project his personal discomfort on to the world as some kind of broad truth.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 23, 2022, 06:56:54 AM »
Binary and boring thought processes lead to that response. Put more effort in or be doomed to talk only to Tom and Thork forever and ever.

Smugness in place of an actual rebuttal. Not surprising.

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That depends entirely on what you think constitutes 'knowledge' and 'oppression'.

Are you trying to sound smart? It’s not working.

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Why should a public school the parents fund with their own money be opposed to their worldview in the first place?

Because the government shouldn’t support bigotry, obviously.

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Emotional gibberish.

You’re scared of homosexuals. It’s ok. They don’t steal your soul.

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The GOP is putting up bills that they think their voters want. They might be correct. Acting upset that representatives are representing their voters is quite silly.

It’s not good when the bill’s only good outcome is to cost the government money in court damages and waste the court’s time. There is nothing to try and effect change. It’s not good to represent bigotry in your bills either. I wouldn’t support segregation being legalized even if a majority of Floridians thought it was nifty because bigotry is immoral.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 23, 2022, 02:15:59 AM »
Oh. Sorry Dave he didn’t LARP the whole scenario for you there, Bom. He was clearly talking about destygmatizing. But yes, running a script by you is super important for the future.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 23, 2022, 01:59:16 AM »
No... its not.
mental illness is a styigma.  If someone has say... Bipolar disorder, and you tell them "Its not ok that you have bipolar.  You should stop being bipolar" well... that's terrible advice.  But accepting that they have Bipolar and that it's ok they have it, and encouraging them to get help is also good.

"It's okay to be bi-polar... but also... it's not, get help."

I'm sure you are an excellent authority figure for children.

Indeed you will find that it’s beneficial to one’s mental health not to shame them for things out of their control. Once your algorithm progresses you will understand.


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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 23, 2022, 12:11:24 AM »
This thread is a perfect example of why people need educating about LGBTQ+ issues. Tom and Thork sound like every misconception that has been left behind by medicine and sociology about 40 years ago.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 22, 2022, 08:19:16 PM »
I’m not sure what Tom and Thork think early childhood sex ed consists of, but they clearly don’t have any idea of what actually happens. My son has really only learned that people are diverse and that it’s not abnormal to have feelings for people of the same sex. He is in grade 5. Nothing about being transgender and nothing about the mechanics of sex of any variety.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / Re: FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 22, 2022, 06:46:46 PM »
A true conservative principle would be to encourage the people who don’t want to participate in public education

That's exactly what this is, though.

No. If people don’t like what is being taught then withdraw your kids from public education instead of wasting government resources.



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It's requiring the state to report and concede power to the parents. Public schools should be beholden to a parents' wishes. The government shouldn't have the ultimate say in what your children are taught and it definitely shouldn't withhold information from parents.

If you think unqualified parents should dictate the curriculum compared to educational professionals, then we will never agree on this. If parents think they can provide a better education, then they should withdraw their kids and do it themselves and not litigate their beliefs wasting government resources.
 
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Of course pro-government entities are framing this in "it's hateful against the gays!" because that pushes all your correct moral buttons. Convincing people their side is the moral high ground is paramount in ensuring you maintain control over them. It's what makes organized religion so powerful, it's what makes political parties so powerful and it's why you make these "righteous indignation" posts about how we simply must protect 'the oppressed' from 'the man' by telling 'the man' to oppress the people.

Ok snowflake. There is nothing oppressive about having knowledge taught. Do these parents not have a strong enough tie with their kids to indoctrinate them in to their preferred world view? People who feel threatened by dissemination of knowledge about sexual orientation and gender identity are sad little cave people. These cave people have options available to them already to avoid this, but the GOP, in their effort to try and remain socially relevant (they aren’t, pretty much every social issue has the more liberal view favored by a majority of Americans), they want to empower the losers that are scared of the gays to sue people. There is nothing conservative about this. The only reason they are passing these litigation-style bills is to try and end around the constitution because they know it’s nonsense that would never survive a challenge.

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Philosophy, Religion & Society / FL GOP are homophobic crybabies
« on: January 22, 2022, 05:45:33 PM »
https://thehill.com/changing-america/respect/equality/590838-house-committee-in-florida-passes-dont-say-gay-bill

Holy shit. Why are the GOP such fucking snowflakes?  Haven’t they figured out yet that kids can’t catch the gay?  Teaching kids about the existence of sexual orientation and non binary gender identity is crucial for the mental health of kids who might identify as LGBTQ+  It leads to a significant reduction in suicide among them. It also just fosters an open mind about people and any sort of deviation from mainstream identity in areas like disability, ethnicity, etc…

TX SB8 has opened such a Pandora’s box because it guarantees that vocal but small minority will be able to inhibit the education system. A true conservative principle would be to encourage the people who don’t want to participate in public education, to not rely on the government to fix their problems, but instead they are asking these bigoted fucktards to become a bigger burden on the government by tying up the legal system in pointless litigation and drain school coffers through payments of damages. The GOP sucks big donkey balls.

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Quote from: Joe Biden
Poor kids are just as bright as white kids.

https://www.cnn.com/videos/politics/2019/08/09/joe-biden-poor-kids-bright-white-kids-newday-berman-vpx.cnn

Many people who make fun of Mitch McConnell for his comment are the same ones that voted for Biden. Probably under the reasoning that Biden obviously didn't mean it the way it sounded.

Biden didn’t mean it because he is senile. He speaks like a clam opens its shell, by reflex alone. Like when he wandered off after being asked about student debt cancellation; he didn’t even realize he was doing a press conference.

I still prefer him to Trump.

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I’m not so stupid as to think that the corruption of Trump’s children should be blamed on him. Stop projecting your weird North Korean mentality on to me. Instead think about how in 6+ years how you have never found any decision Trump has made to be lacking and how that shows a distinct flaw in your critical faculty.

Yeah, I am sure if Trump's son was corruptly receiving millions of dollars from foreign countries while Trump was president, you would jump up and down and insist that Trump being president had nothing to do with it.

I wouldn’t. That’s idiotic.

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"Who cares who the 'big guy' is. If foreign countries want to give a president's son money they have that right!" - Rama Set assuredly

If Trump's son then transitioned his career to artist and was selling artwork for hundreds of thousands of dollars while Trump was president you also would have no problem with it. People just really want to give a new crack addict artist large amounts of money.  ::)

You are just blatantly lying now.

Awww. You’re so mad. Cute. Maybe one day you will actually talk to real Rama instead of the one living rent free in your head.

It’s funny because I actually can’t think of anyone who likes Biden. My brother in law thinks Nancy Pelosi is better than the GOP solely because she tries to pass bills more beneficial to society while she gets rich from her office.

Tom and boogeymen. Classic as peaches and cream.

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Thanks for demonstrating my point. Now you are suggesting that Hunter was doing corrupt things with foreign countries, receiving large sums of money, and that it had nothing to do with his father who was running policy on those countries as VP at the time. Completely disingenuous.

So you literally want Biden to be guilty because of his son’s actions. Fascinating.

Listen to yourself. If the shoe were on the other foot you would be calling out the questionable nature of the Republican president's son. Don't even lie.

At least be honest and tell us that you don't care, that he's on your side so it's okay, or however you really feel. That's infinitely better than lying to yourself and everyone else by pretending to have morals.

I’m not so stupid as to think that the corruption of Trump’s children should be blamed on him. Stop projecting your weird North Korean mentality on to me. Instead think about how in 6+ years how you have never found any decision Trump has made to be lacking and how that shows a distinct flaw in your critical faculty.

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Thanks for demonstrating my point. Now you are suggesting that Hunter was doing corrupt things with foreign countries, receiving large sums of money, and that it had nothing to do with his father who was running policy on those countries as VP at the time. Completely disingenuous.

So you literally want Biden to be guilty because of his son’s actions. Fascinating.

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Hilariously dumb take from you considering the lefties here have each criticized Biden in his first year more than you criticized Trump ever.

No, not really. Lefties don't call him corrupt. I don't see them participating in questioning Joe Biden actions in Ukraine, pay-for-play, the shady actions of his son, etc. They literally ignore it.

Nope. For the record, anyone who has criticized Biden once has shown more of a critical than eye than you do towards Trump.

By the way, how is Hunter’s alleged corruption Biden’s fault? Surely you don’t hold the father responsible for the son’s actions?

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Righties will say he just made a gaffe.

Actually the popular position on the right is not to give a flying flip about defending McConnel. Most lifetime politicians are rotten and corrupt regardless of political affiliation. Many on the right would be happy to see McConnel removed from office for his transgressions, as well as many others in Congress. Hence the derogatory term RINO. The right even accuses them of participating in the election fraud.

The slight difference here is the Left is disingenuous and generally defends or turns a blind eye to their corrupt politicians. The discussions almost always turn into a "Yeah, but look at this other corrupt politician", like you think I like corruption of any party.  ::)

Hilariously dumb take from you considering the lefties here have each criticized Biden in his first year more than you criticized Trump ever.

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Arts & Entertainment / Re: Fortuna's Epic DoorDash Adventure
« on: January 20, 2022, 12:49:59 AM »
I look forward to seeing you on r/publicfreakout

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