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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Homosexual rights vs Racial Discrimination- Is that a valid comparison? No!!!!!!!!

You know what, I'm probably not gonna be the most popular person for writing this blog, but who cares!!!!?? I don't call myself "The controversial cutie" for nothing.

I am sick and tired of the homosexual community trying to compare their struggle to legalize same sex marriage to African-Americans battle for Civil Rights.

There is absolutely no comparison. African Americans were punished because of the color of their skin. Homosexuals just want to get married and expect us to accept that as being o.k.

Miss California was punished when she didn't give the "politically correct" answer in the Miss USA pageant when Perez Hilton asked her about her views on legalizing homosexual marriages. That is her opinion!!! That is how she felt. Would we rather have a fake Miss USA who is in real life a homophobe get up there and lie about how she really feels about homosexuals? Her honest answer cost her the crown.

It's absolutely ridiculous. What this community needs to understand is that they cannot change the minds of Christians. They stand by what they truly believe in.

Homosexuals haven't been attacked by dogs, sprayed by waterhoses, denied service at restaurants, forced to sit in the back of the bus, use seperate bathrooms and water fountains, hung for whistling at someone.....the list goes on and on. We've actually been forced to live with it and accept it. However, we don't have to legalize gay marriages just to make them happy.

I'm not saying that in some cases they have been treated unfairly because of their sexual preference. I'm not at all condoning that they be beaten or killed because of who they are. But when it comes to legalizing same sex marriages, it comes down to a vote of the people to decide.

The racial discrimination against Blacks is nowhere near the battle to legalize same sex marriages. If that is the lifestyle you choose to live, you cannot force others to agree with it.

As far as Proposition 8, the people of California voted for same sex marriages not to be legalized. The proponents argued that exclusively heterosexual marriage was "an essential institution of society," that leaving the constitution unchanged would "result in public schools teaching our kids that gay marriage is okay," and that gays would "redefine marriage for everyone else."

Though I agree with this, it is not solely my opinion that counts. It is the overall voters decision. Dumbass internet skank Tila Tequila seems to think that all of this is President Obama's fault (see her ridiculous blog here ) Just goes to show how truly intelligent and informed she is.

In conclusion, I am all for people standing up for what they believe in. But in doing that, you must understand that everyone is not going to agree with you. If gay marriages were legalized, GREAT. If not, GREAT. I really don't care either way. I don't discriminate against homosexuals. If that's what makes them happy, it's all good. However, I do have my beliefs and if I don't stand for something, I'll fall for anything.


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