User Profile: HarryPotter

HarryPotter

Member Since: January 23, 2013

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  • [-1] February 27, 2015 at 4:01pm

    Religious people do not hate gays. Some people do, and they may think themselves religious, but are clearly not followers of Christ. Also, sex is not required to be gay or straight.

  • [-1] February 27, 2015 at 3:59pm

    Thegrt:
    Please cite a single instance where I have name-called.

    Teresa:
    Apparently we have different conceptions of polite (and definitely of logical). I meant by saying that I am polite that I do not mock someone else’s name, outright insult them, or say anything else with the intent to inflict pain. I am a happy person, so if I laugh it is not meant to be impolite, but to show that I found something amusing. I debate many people on here, and by your definition of impolite, disagreeing would be impossible.

  • [-1] February 27, 2015 at 3:45pm

    Foo:
    Well thanks for (finally) getting to my actual argument, even if you missed my point. My point was that sexual orientation can’t change. And followers of God are not hate-filled. But the anti-gay people out there usually are. They think they are following God, but they are being deceived. There is absolutely nothing wrong with being gay, and those who would treat gay people poorly, or deny them equality are the ones who are really going against God.

  • [-3] February 27, 2015 at 3:14pm

    Foo:
    Doo! HA! Freudian slip!

  • [-1] February 27, 2015 at 2:42pm

    Foo:
    Actually I’d attribute most of those word to straight women….

  • February 27, 2015 at 2:40pm

    Report:
    Exactly the kind of insults I was talking about. Thank you for your example. It always makes me happy when someone can’t respond to what I have to say, and resorts to childish name-calling!

  • [1] February 27, 2015 at 2:13pm

    Report:
    LOL. The exact same could be said to you. I find amusement here, so I think I’ll stay. And you never know, with my constant logic and rationality, some people may have seen the light.

  • February 27, 2015 at 2:09pm

    Foo:
    -eye roll-

    I’m not sure what definition of “bitchy” you are using, but it is apparently not the one I am familiar with.

  • [1] February 27, 2015 at 2:08pm

    Report:
    3000 comments in over a year. That’s not very much overall. How many comments do you have? Do other users have.

    Don’t get me wrong, I’m flattered at your interest, but I already have a boyfriend.

  • [-3] February 27, 2015 at 1:59pm

    Reply:
    No, you may not know personal details about my life. And I stay because the insults and rudeness makes me laugh. I don’t comments on other sites really, but feel free to troll around and comment wherever you’d like.

  • [-1] February 27, 2015 at 1:50pm

    Unless a gay person has explicitly told you about their sex life, you know nothing about it. Similarly, if a man tells you he has a wife, you know nothing about their sex life either.

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  • [-3] February 27, 2015 at 1:49pm

    *but seriously*

    And how is “belly” a Freudian slip? And how is it supposed to ruin me? I recognize that typos and autocorrects happen, so I don’t comment on them unless I don’t understand the meaning.

  • [-4] February 27, 2015 at 1:40pm

    Well I am not at work at the moment, and my posts are always polite and logical. So I imagine any company would be fine having my comments represent them. Many of the ther commenters on here, however, are rude, insulting, bigoted, etc. Perhaps you should look in the mirror and repeat your advice.

  • [-1] February 27, 2015 at 1:33pm

    I will say that these brothers certainly responded well, and I have nothing but praise for that. Belly seriously, baseball tickets made someone “turn away” from being gay? LOL. I wonder if basketball tickets can make someone turn away from being black, or if football tickets can make someone turn away from being tall. LOL

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  • [6] February 26, 2015 at 12:56pm

    Buck:
    “sexual ethic that denies everyone except celibates and marriage straight people a place in the kingdom of God,”. This is the exact wording. And Jesus didn’t harm anyone by turning over the tables, he just made very clear that what they were doing was unacceptable in a house of God. Jesus was ALL about turning the other cheek.

  • [12] February 26, 2015 at 12:22pm

    My biggest problem with the school’s code is that it denies a place in heaven to people. That is not any humans place to do. And Jesus would never condone resorting to violence against someone making a logical point, or even calling them an enemy. He refused even to harm the people bringing him to be crucified.

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  • [4] February 25, 2015 at 12:27pm

    Oh good. They cited th FRC. I’m so much more likely to trust a hate group than an actual scientific study. (By the way, the scientific studies show that the latest polls put acceptance of gay marriage at around 60% in the US.)

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  • [-8] February 20, 2015 at 4:36pm

    Christian:
    Actually, that’s not true. All the recent scientific studies have shown that a child fare equally well or even better when raised by gay parents. Do a simple Google search to see.

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  • [-4] February 20, 2015 at 4:26pm

    Ray:
    So you are saying that a homophobic surgeon should be FORCED to treat a gay couples child? Isn’t that violating that surgeons freedom?

    This is the issue here, you are saying it is fine for a doctor to refuse to see the patient. You have a very blurred line here of what is and isn’t acceptable. I find the act of turning away a patient because of who the parents are to be rather disgusting.

    Oh, and feel free to keep up with the insults. I enjoy the laugh :)

  • [-4] February 20, 2015 at 4:18pm

    If she can’t treat the child because she perceives the parents to be sinful, how can she treat anyone at all?

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