User Profile: HarryPotter

HarryPotter

Member Since: January 23, 2013

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  • [-5] February 9, 2016 at 1:58pm

    Utopia:
    That’s a highly philosophical question. I don’t want to get into it, but here’s a question for you to think about. If a different culture deems women inferior and says they shouldn’t be able to vote, are those cultures wrong?

    Flea:
    So you shout that I’m stupid and wrong, don’t give any reasons or evidence as to why, and then say I didn’t answer a question that I already did. Nice. Read my last comment on here in full.

    Raven:
    I passed a sex shop geared to straight people just on a regular street in my city yesterday. Imagine passing that while out with the family. All straight people must be degenerates.

  • [-14] February 9, 2016 at 1:40pm

    Flea:
    Being gay isn’t really a problem at all. It’s just a small part of who we are. And this country doesn’t really run on Biblical values. There are no rules against eating shellfish, or making women wear head coverings, etc. and that whole freedom of religion thing kind of throws the whole Bible centered thing out the window. Gays also contribute the same things to society as straights. Just so you know.

    Jbarr:
    If you can’t tell the different between a consenting adult relationship and child rape, that says a lot about you. One has nothing to do with the other. Gay sex is also no more dangerous or damaging than straight sex. And 99.9999999999% of straight sex doesn’t produce offspring either. Of course, sex isn’t even needed at all to produce offspring anymore…

  • [-28] February 9, 2016 at 1:05pm

    Being gay is a sexual orientation, not a lifestyle, and definitly not a choice. It is no more sexual or lustful than being straight is. And just as loving as being straight too.

  • [-16] February 9, 2016 at 1:02pm

    Now imagine if he said that he respected others, but didn’t believe that interracial couples should be able to marry. Or that women should be able to vote. Sorry Rubio, but we have marriage equality now. And it’s here to stay.

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  • [-1] February 5, 2016 at 2:24pm

    Ecomposer:
    Ok, but that doesn’t have anything to do with being gay. Being gay isn’t a choice, and isn’t any more self-serving than being straight.

    Utopia:
    I may not be a Christian, but I can read. I grew up Christian, I have read the Bible. Your beliefs don’t change the facts.

  • [-3] February 5, 2016 at 1:46pm

    And here’s Utopia with his usual attempt to say I’m somehow lying or wrong, but as usual is unable to give any evidence as to why.

  • [-5] February 5, 2016 at 1:20pm

    The Bible, which is the word of man, actually does support her assertions of you read it for the overall message and not just to find specific verses to support your bigotry. The Bible is about love, treating others with respect, worshipping God. If you think being gay is sinful because of a couple verses, you must also think women speaking in church is sinful, as is wearing certain clothing.

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  • [-4] February 1, 2016 at 2:44pm

    I completely agree with this man. Opposition to gay marriage is foolish, and theologically unsound. But this lawsuit is frivolous, and about politics, not equal treatment.

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  • [2] February 1, 2016 at 11:41am

    Utopia:
    Again, I am only sharing facts with you. I’m sorry the facts do not fit with your beliefs. My knowledge is not the best, but I have only presented the verses at face value. You don’t get to cite some verses for your beliefs and morality while ignoring others.

    Sometimes:
    I won’t get into the mechanics of it all, but I can promise you that there are plenty of parts to work with, and they fit together just fine.

  • [1] February 1, 2016 at 11:08am

    Ron:
    Everyone alive today has beliefs that differ from the Bible, they either just don’t know or ignore that fact. Do you for instance believe that women should not be permitted to speak in church, or that they must keep their head covered? The Bible has a good overall message, but you can’t base your morality on every verse in there. It’s been too highly edited, was written by men in a different time.

  • [3] February 1, 2016 at 11:04am

    Kturn:
    Yes, Leviticus labels homosexuality an abomination. It also labels eating shellfish an abomination. Jesus didn’t mention either one of those. So did Jesus fulfill both of those, or neither? You can’t pick and choose. Also, gay couples can be married. So married gay couples are fine then.

    Utopia:
    I do not label myself a Christian, you are right. I would call myself Agnostic, I neither believe nor disbelieve. But I was raised Christian, have read the Bible, and am merely telling you what it says. If you don’t like it, you should do some reflecting on that and not blame the messenger.

  • [-2] February 1, 2016 at 10:43am

    Flea:
    Perhaps you missed the irony….

  • [-2] February 1, 2016 at 10:38am

    Chaz:
    1 Corinthians 11:6. 1 Corinthians 14:34. I am just telling you what is called sin in the bible. Don’t blame me if you don’t like it. Sexuality, or sexual orientation is not an action, not a choice. It is attraction, physical, emotional, and spiritual attraction. Understanding differences like this will help you navigate through life.

  • [-7] February 1, 2016 at 10:14am

    Yup. I guess that’s why we refused to legalize interracial marriage nationwide, and left those rights to be voted on by states too, huh?

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  • [6] February 1, 2016 at 10:13am

    Yes, the Bible calls homosexuality just as much of a sin as it does women speaking in church, or not keeping their head covered. Fortunately though, we live in a republic, not a theocracy and everyone has rights which cannot be taken away by a popular vote, or anyone else’s personal beliefs.

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  • [-5] January 29, 2016 at 4:56pm

    Utopia:
    I could spend a very long time dissecting everything that was wrong with your last post, your invented terms, and complete misunderstanding of bigotry. In lieu of that, I’ll just bring up a few quick things. My point about artificial insemination was that it is possible, sexual intercourse is not required to procreate anymore, and this process is getting more common and safe, and more options are coming available as technology progresses. Sex itself can also be dangerous and harmful. Being gay is not a choice. And being gay does not mean I find anything wrong with straight couples, their sexual activities, or their methods for conception.

  • [-7] January 29, 2016 at 4:16pm

    Utopia:
    You said that I twisted your words, so I asked you where I had done that. You said others call me a liar so I asked where I had lied. And in your latest post, you ignored all of that and tried to paint me as an ignoramous who didn’t understand basic English. Nice try.

  • [-9] January 29, 2016 at 3:22pm

    RJJ:
    Yup, not a bad description. But I would have worded it a bit differently.

    Utopia:
    First, where have I ever lied or twisted your words? I have only been 100% truthful here, you just want to deny the truth.
    Again, sex is not needed for procreation. It currently requires a sperm cell and an egg cell which can be combined in a lab and implanted in a surrogate mother. No intercourse necessary. So by your claim, no sexual intercourse at all has any biological use or function.
    And your point that sex is by always intimate is true. Plenty of people have sex for the wrong reasons. That doesn’t negate the fact that everything I said was true.

    Paladin:
    Please look up the difference between sex and gender. And then look up the difference between gender and sexual orientation.

  • [-17] January 29, 2016 at 2:11pm

    Utopia:
    Call it whatever you’d like. Doesn’t matter to me. But let’s consider a couple facts. 99.99999999% of all sex is not had for the purpose of procreation. Sex is not required anymore for procreation. So biologically (by your definition) there is no purpose or function for any sex anymore.

    However, sex does provide other uses and functions than reproduction. It creates a bond between the couple, an intimacy that strengthens the relationship. It provides stress relief, physical release, even exercise! Sex is about more than just the combination of genetic material. If that is all the intimacy between a couple is to you, I pity you.

  • [-22] January 29, 2016 at 1:28pm

    Utopia:
    When is the last time you had sex with a biological purpose? How often do you think any sex is for a biological purpose? So yes, gay sex has the same legitimacy as straight sex.

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