Re: Do you agree with Tori Hunter?
posted at 1/2/2013 4:15 PM EST
In response to Softlaw1's comment:
You are sure that is his fear? Did he say this or even imply this?
Yes, I'm sure. Yes, he overtly implied this.
What quote from Hunter overtly implies this?
He doesn't like sharing bathroom facilities with a particular type of sinner? Now why would that be?
It has nothing to do with a "particular type of sinner". Just maybe, for the same reason women don't want males using the female public restrooms. Ya think?
No, I don't think that is it. Show me the quote where Hunter implies this.
And as far as your semantic argument, give it a rest. Yes, you are technically correct about the word homophobia.
I'm not only technically correct. In fact, give the juvenile term "homophobia" a rest and learn to tolerate those who disagree with your views on sexual behavior and sexual identity.
I am tolerating you quite well, thank you. Don't equate honest debate with intolerance.
Folks, from now on please use "same sexual attraction disorder sinner haters" so Mr. Grammarian will understand what you mean.
Your the same poster who trolls by and gets giddy over a captious comment about an apostrophe and contraction that I cut and paste from "Extra Innings" and you mistakenly thought it was something I had written.
You first said Drew's was a contraction for "Drew is", then you said Drew's is possessive. Which is it? And how would you know how giddy it makes me?
Because these people do exist. There are people who prejudicially hate the sinner and not the sin. They exist. Bur many of them don't hate them because they consider it sinful behavior. They consider it repulsive behavior. It personally offends them.
In fact, you need to stop projecting your "hate" onto those who anger you because they find same-sex sexual behavior to be a sin, a perversion of nature's reproductive system and repulsive conduct. In fact, most intelligent people understand that all men are sinners and behavioral disorders are not a reason for contempt towards fellow man. Ad hominem is intellectually dishonest in most cases.
You are the one projecting it onto me. I don't hate people for their beliefs. My point that you ignored is that some people just don't like other people for personal reasons, not religious or political. You are projecting your religious and political beliefs on everyone as if there are no other reasons people feel the way they do.
And their hatred leads them to discriminatory practices in its most mild form and outright violence in its worst form.
In fact, hatred and jealousy is not unique to any human being, and prejudice and discrimination and "outright violence" is a part of some of the members who support any human group agenda. It is hypocrisy to single out, as haters who resort to violence, those who personally reject same-sex sexual behavior and body politic family recognition of same-sex relationships.
I never claimed hatred was unique to any human being. I was addressing the topic of this thread. If you want to start a thread trying to show the great harm suffered by white males at the hands of haters, go ahead.
I am opposed to all types of prejudice, and have not expressed any in all my time posting here. Personally, I just don't like your conduct.