Aug 13, 2012

Homosexuals, why special privileges?

Now, before I start, let me just state that I lived as a secular wild child for almost 30yrs of my life. So before someone whines that I'm some over zealous Christian wingnut, please understand that I am not condemning, just trying to get a point across. I am not unknowing about worldly things by any stretch of the imagination.
Just as homosexuals and their sympathizers feel that their lifestyles and their own personage is being attacked, so do we Christians (especially us Catholics). We feel our faith and our families are in danger.

So, in loving charity I would like to know; why does the homosexual community and their sympathizers think they should have special privileges concerning marriage?
Just because they have sexual intercourse?

What about a pair of good friends, childhood friends, whom have grown up together and have become roommates or housemates?
Why shouldn't they have the same benefits as married couples?
They love one another (emotionally and platonically), but they don't have sexual intercourse. Should they be discriminated against just because they don't want sexual intercourse with each other?
They don't have to have to get physical to show their love....maybe just a hug would do.

That to me is the biggest difference between a loving friendship and being homosexual. I know there are other reasons that homosexuals would argue over, but the fact is, that homosexuals are of the same sex and they love each other but in a disordered way.

Then, you have all the lies perpetrated by the homosexual community and their sympathizers such as the web site

The statement "No religion would be forced to marry same-sex couples, or recognize same-sex marriage within the context of their religious beliefs." has already been proven to be a lie.
Homosexual activists along with President Obama and his administration are always ready to pounce on
anyone that stands up against their forced agenda.

There are already cases being discussed and decided upon....

Homosexuals are usually the ones that resort to violence or hate speech in their protests.
So, in a society that wants "tolerance" why does marriage matter?

Why not let anyone marry anyone or anything?
Why not let Chester marry his parakeet?......that would be the tolerant thing to do.
But, not everyone in favor of gay marriage is for that. Hence, there goes someone else who will be discriminated against.
Where will it end?....our country in chaos I suspect.


You have the health risks that living the homosexual lifestyle brings. Sure, immorality between heterosexual couples is also a risk and I don't condone that either, but how many elderly homosexuals have you seen? There are great risks in homosexual intercourse.
There is great danger in putting bodily "fluids" where they are not supposed to be. Any medical textbook teaches that.

But, if you do marriage the right way, staying chaste for your future spouse, and they do the same, the benefits are tremendous. Not monetary, but in the happiness of life, of love and in eternity.
So, what is marriage?
Let's let the USCCB tell us in their wisdom;

Marriage is a lifelong partnership of the whole of life, of mutual and exclusive fidelity, established by mutual consent between a man and a woman, and ordered towards the good of the spouses and the procreation of offspring....
Marriage is not merely a private institution, however. It is the foundation for the family, where children learn the values and virtues that will make good Christians as well as good citizens.
The importance of marriage for children and for the upbringing of the next generation highlights the importance of marriage for all society.

There are many, many other issues that homosexuals and their advocates will bring up (such as "not all marriages bring forth life") but there are many, many other websites that deal with those specific issues and can do a much better job of explaining them than I can. I'm only a lowly blogger hoping to help someone along their journey to the deeper mysteries of the truth of life and our culture and why I believe what I do.

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