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Gay Marriage is Wrong

Gay Marriage is Wrong and should be banned:

1) Males can't be better mothers than good female mothers are. Females can't be better fathers than good male fathers are.

Only a woman can be the quintessential mother, and only a man can be the quintessential father. A family is rightly balanced when a woman and a man play their parts well.

A family is skewed when the parents are both male or both female because these people inherently lack the qualities that either a mother or a father should be contributing to a household.

I'm anti-gay marriage. Gay should not be allowed to adopt children, and they should not be allowed to marry.

2) Marriage is also sacramental -- why the heck are these gay people trying to intrude on something that is holy??? If you want recognition for your relationship, be political activists for domestic partnerships and civil unions! Not marriage! Leave it alone! >:(

3) A world of increasing gayness leads to lack of procreation and eventually the demise of the human race.

4) 2 males can't procreate together for a freaking reason and same goes for 2 females. It wasn't meant to be! Can't it be more obvious?

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Calai ranted 7 years ago.
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anonymous commented on this rant 6 years, 4 months ago.

If gay marriage is wrong...

black marriage is wrong
asian marriage is wrong
hispanic marriage is wrong
interracial marriage is wrong

straight people are the same as gay people. and black people. and asians. and the rest.

everyone is the same.

so deal with it and get the stick out of your ass. love has no boundries. go make something useful with your life.

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Calai commented on this rant 6 years, 4 months ago.

Your logical fallacies are hilarious, hahaha. Sucker. I'm great at provoking people like you. Go get a lollipop and suck it in your little corner, kid.

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anonymous commented on this rant 6 years, 4 months ago.

your logic is the biggest piece of s*** ive seen. you clearly can't destroy mine so you're trying to downtalk me. and it's not working. try again, bro.

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anonymous commented on this rant 6 years, 4 months ago.

You just want attention bra. not cool bra not cool

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anonymous commented on this rant 6 years, 4 months ago.

We all bleed red bra, get use to it.......
one little bitchy opinion aint gonna change s*** bra.....

just deal with it bra.

stop your bitchin. nobody gives a s*** bra.

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Calai commented on this rant 6 years, 4 months ago.

I'll take you more seriously when you can spell and speak properly, "bra.". But for now, you are just a cowardly child hiding behind a computer screen and an anonymous button. :)

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anonymous commented on this rant 6 years, 4 months ago.

don't be hatin bra. really its uncool bra....totally uncool

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I_Agree commented on this rant 7 years ago.

I don't see the harm in it. Gay individuals aren't really going to procreate with each other regardless if they were allowed to marry or not. It's not like they're going to go around and marry someone of the opposite sex instead. Even if they do, they won't be very happy. Imagine how it would feel like for you if you had to marry a woman. That's how it would feel like to them to marry someone whose gender they are not attracted to. I'm not going to suddenly want to marry someone of the same sex just because there was an increase in gay marriages. I'll still be attracted to the opposite sex regardless. I'm sure it's the same for them.

To be honest, there are a lot of single parents out there who raise their children better than most couple-parents. If one man or woman can raise great kids, I don't see how two guys or two women can't do the same.

To add to the point (although you didn't mention it), if straight parents can raise gay children, then gay parents can raise straight children. After all, they were born that way.

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Calai commented on this rant 7 years ago.

FYI, a gay guy naturally has less testosterone in his Y chromosome, SO if he chooses to make a kid with a female, chances are that his boy is going to be lacking in the masculine department as well. And the cycle goes on --- weaker and weaker Y chromosomes, weaker and weaker masculinity, demise of society.

Gay marriage promotes the idea that it's okay to be gay -- it increases the chances of sexually transmitted infections and diseases, AND MANY gay couples say they've been abused by their partners. Aside from that, I think a good single parent can do better raising a child to be a straight individual who contributes to the generations to come than 2 gay parents can raise a kid.

I don't care if YOU will still be attracted to the opposite sex if gay marriages increased. The fact of the matter is that allowing gay marriage acknowledges greater acceptance that gay families and gay relationships are "normal" and they're NOT normal, nor should they advocated for.

Again, I'm not saying gay people can't be together. I'm saying they shouldn't marry. They should be advocating for expanded rights for domestic partnerships or civil unions if they want their "rights." But heck, LEAVE MARRIAGE OUT OF IT!

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Calai commented on this rant 7 years ago.

FYI, a gay guy naturally has less testosterone in his Y chromosome, SO if he chooses to make a kid with a female, chances are that his boy is going to be lacking in the masculine department as well. And the cycle goes on --- weaker and weaker Y chromosomes, weaker and weaker masculinity, demise of society.

Gay marriage promotes the idea that it's okay to be gay -- it increases the chances of sexually transmitted infections and diseases, AND MANY gay couples say they've been abused by their partners. Aside from that, I think a good single parent can do better raising a child to be a straight individual who contributes to the generations to come than 2 gay parents can raise a kid.

I don't care if YOU will still be attracted to the opposite sex if gay marriages increased. The fact of the matter is that allowing gay marriage acknowledges greater acceptance that gay families and gay relationships are "normal" and they're NOT normal, nor should they advocated for.

Again, I'm not saying gay people can't be together. I'm saying they shouldn't marry. They should be advocating for expanded rights for domestic partnerships or civil unions if they want their "rights." But heck, LEAVE MARRIAGE OUT OF IT!

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anonymous commented on this rant 6 years, 4 months ago.

lolololololololololololololol diseases are in STRAIGHT PEOPLE TOO you idiot. and abuse? also happens with straight people. holy f*** you're stupid.

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Jasper commented on this rant 7 years ago.

Holy Christ you are a f***ing moron. Of course, I guess I realized that when we were having our arguments about religion, but I felt it needed reiteration.

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Calai commented on this rant 7 years ago.

You're quite the moron yourself. Give yourself a pat on your back, jerk.

I don't go around lambasting other people. I make claims and I back them up, but I do NOT lambast other people, or religions, or ways of life, nor do I blatantly disrespect them.

YOU, on the other hand, feel the need to blatantly, straight out, disrespect me by using my god's name in vain and you know full well that I'm a Christian. Good for you, Mr. wannabe righteous, completely logical, I'm-on-my-high horse-and-I'm-always-right guy. Classy.

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Jasper commented on this rant 7 years ago.

The claims you make are inflammatory and ridiculous, and they're based on slippery slope reasoning (omg, everyone's going to gay then nobody's going to have babies and humanity itself will reach its demise!!!!111oneone).
Also, the reasoning behind your claims aren't even valid.

Sigh.

A gay guy has less testosterone in his Y chromosome? Link me a valid study that actually says that.

The idea that gay people transmit more sexually transmitted diseases to each other than heterosexual sexually active people.... Cite your sources. Don't spout random stereotype bulls***. I have plenty of gay/lesbian friends and as far as they know they're not as f***ing dirty as you think they are.

I think it's just a mark of your ultra-conservative values that you think that the idea of a gay family will attack traditional family values.

Also, I swear, if you think a single parent can raise a child better than a gay couple, you are simply a goddamn bigot. That's such f***ing bulls*** it's not even f***ing funny. I have plenty of friends who were raised under single parents, and my God they, no offense to them, have some serious f***ing issues. That is just... whatever. Not worth it.


2 males and 2 females can't procreate. Wasn't meant to be. They're unnatural.

I really wonder what you'd be like if you were born a lesbian. Would you be saying the same thing? Maybe we should just exterminate all gays and lesbians because they're not natural. And while we're at it, handicapped people shouldn't have rights either, they ain't natural. Nor are the mentally handicapped. Or poor people.

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Calai commented on this rant 7 years ago.

You've got many logical fallacies going on here, especially the "I know gay people who are such and such so the rule is invalid." pfft.

I don't care how many gay friends you have who are "ok." You want to spout some claims? Show your evidence as well!

Of course it's unnatural to be gay! You want to go with the genetic mutations argument? Guess what, kid. Genetic mutations are UNNATURAL! Nobody said anything about exterminating gays, you fool. Get it right.

You are so full of yourself and your "experience arguments" that you think you've got it all figured out.
Stop using your experiences as true found evidence! Come back when you can back yourself up with REAL evidence.

Gays have higher increased risk for a variety of diseases:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12131222
www.med.upenn.edu/lgbtpm/documents/LGBTHealthLecture.doc
http://www.cancer-health.info/gay-males-at-higher-risk-for-cancer-and-heart-disease/
http://www.keennewsservice.com/2011/06/08/gay-lesbian-bisexual-youth-more-at-risk-federal-study-finds/

Genes and sexuality:
There are MANY mutations in sex chromosomes (either on the X or the Y) that are linked to homosexuality. Many such studies are preliminary because it is only recently that homosexuality has come to light as a psychiatric disorder caused by genetic mutations, but there are many avenues of research today that try to determine how homosexuality arises. One of them is based on this simple reasoning: The Y chromosome encodes male-specific proteins. Something is obviously lacking in the male department in gays, SO if the source of their homosexuality is a mutation in the Y chromosome, they have a "weaker" Y chromosome. Mutations make it highly difficult to correctly replicate/pass on the same region of the chromosome to encode for the proper male-specific traits related to that genetic loci.

Various studies have been done -- put it all together. Chances are that you won't understand 80% of primary literature on pubmed. No use for me dumbing it down any further. Do your own research. Use Google.

Done.

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Jasper commented on this rant 7 years ago.

Dr. Laura Kann, chief of the Surveillance and Evaluation Research Branch within the CDC’s Division of Adolescent and School Health, said that she attributes the “disproportionate” risks of LGB youth to the social difficulties they face, such as stigma, discrimination, and rejection by their families. This creates an environment that contributes to their higher health risk behaviors.

“If these kids had physically, emotionally acceptable environments—home, school, community, it’s unlikely that they would be practicing health risk behaviors at these rates,” she said.

She noted that their increased risk of being involved in violent behaviors is “not because of who they are, but because of what they’re pushed into.” She explained, “It’s a response” to the social disapproval, rejection, and bullying they may face.

The CDC findings confirm previous studies conducted by other researchers, including the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network’s 2009 National School Climate Survey, which found that nearly 9 out of 10 LGBT students experienced harassment at school in the previous year and nearly two-thirds felt unsafe because of their sexual orientation.


Taken from http://www.keennewsservice.com/2011/06/08/gay-lesbian-bisexual-youth-more-at-risk-federal-study-finds/. Obviously it's not a genetic predisposition. It's because of the intolerance from people like you that push these people into self-destructive behavior. It's like saying that black people are all hoodlums because they're black, when it's because of the socioeconomic position in which they are often found.


B. Domestic Violence
1.Physicians often do not screen same sex couples for DV.
2.DV rates are estimated to be similar in homosexual and heterosexual couples.

Taken from http://www.cancer-health.info/gay-males-at-higher-risk-for-cancer-and-heart-disease/.
Domestic violence is equivalent between heterosexual and homosexual couples.



http://webspace.ship.edu/cgboer/sexualorientation.html
"Men with higher levels of testosterone tend to have a more masculine appearance, tend to behave in a more masculine fashion, and tend to be more aggressive. Men with less testosterone tend to look and act somewhat more like women, and women with more testosterone than other women tend to look and act somewhat more like men. However, there is no overpowering connection between testosterone levels and homosexuality in human beings: Researchers have found no differences between male homosexuals and heterosexuals when it comes to how much testosterone is circulating in their blood. Apparently, our sexual orientation is a bit more complicated than that of rats and mice!"


Various studies have been done? The burden of proof is on you. You made the claims, I made none. I expressed skepticism and you did not provide any proof. And how interesting, I've shown how wrong you are from your own goddamn "proof."

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anonymous commented on this rant 7 years ago.

I believe everyone has the right to their own opinion. But, I read just your first comment ("FYI, a gay guy...")and could not help seeing how ignorant you are to the issue! Although I believe a person is entitled to their own opinion, it should be educated. Here are the facts: "FYI" The hormone levels of gay men and lesbians (and even of their mothers) have been tested for decades (read this right. I did not say evolution happens in a matter of decades. I said research has been done for decades!), no differences from the straight population have been found. Hormones do not make someone gay or straight. Medically altering a person's hormone levels will not change their sexual orientation. Nor will any disease process which results in altered hormone levels. Men's androgen levels begin to decrease in their mid to late sixties, but they do not all suddenly become gay. Women's relative level of androgens increase after menopause, but they do not suddenly become lesbians. Now, please, I understand you have an opinion but CANNOT respect it if it is unsupported.
You, quoted above: "FYI, a gay guy naturally has less testosterone in his Y chromosome."
I have studied under one of the highest regarded scientists and professors in the country today. I was (and am still) the top student of all time in Genetics as well as one of the top students in all categories of Biology in his scientific career. Do not use the "you are uneducated" path on me, "kid".

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Calai commented on this rant 7 years ago.

Decades? "Evolution" and natural selection don't happen within "decades." It happens over billions of years, according to evolutionists. Don't tell me I'm ignorant when you, yourself, don't know what you're talking about.

AND don't lecture me on androgen levels unless you have a PhD or are a pro at endocrinology because I've studied this for over 4 years. You have no idea how hormones work in the body. Who on earth said anything about fluctuating sex hormone levels in the short term correlating with sexual orientation? WTH? Any IGNORANT fool would know that sex hormone level fluctuations are normal on a short-term scale and is not correlated with sexual orientation.

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anonymous commented on this rant 7 years ago.

True.

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anonymous commented on this rant 6 years, 10 months ago.

i'm sorry. i'm such a lazy ass, i haven't read your whole post but your argument is not valid. I disagree. ^^

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middle commented on this rant 6 years, 5 months ago.

i read it and still an invalid argument.

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anonymous commented on this rant 7 years ago.

"Of course it's unnatural to be gay! You want to go with the genetic mutations argument? Guess what, kid. Genetic mutations are UNNATURAL! Nobody said anything about exterminating gays, you fool. Get it right."
Oh, how ignorant! You may have an opinion, and I respect that, but frankly I would be embarrassed to have an opinion that is uneducated!
"Guess what, kid": You came from a genetic mutation. Think, DARWIN. Enough said.
If you do not know what I am talking about, do some research and then edit your comment.

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Calai commented on this rant 7 years ago.

You want to talk ignorant? Read up on darwin's theory of evolution; read up on survival of the fittest and natural selection. You are apparently ignorant about them. Genetic mutations, according to Darwinism, are only favorable if they allow procreation and survival for the species. If you think gayness is a genetic mutation, it sure as heck isn't a favorable one! YOU do some research. I'm embarrassed for YOU, and you should be too.

And FYI, I did NOT come from a genetic mutation, kid. mutations are ABNORMAL; look it up in the dictionary! I came from a set of complex biological processes that involved proper genetic recombination and replication processes, NOT including that "gayness" mutation you speak of.

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anonymous commented on this rant 7 years ago.

I have no reason to be embarrassed. No one said that I believe "gayness" (homosexuality) is a genetic mutation. That statement has no evidence to prove it in the slightest way true. The only solid scientific research done so far that is factually linked to "gayness" is birth order. You ARE a creation of genetic mutation, unless you are still a microorganism. Mutations are what causes evolution. You are correct, genetic mutations are only favorable if they allow "procreation and survival for the species". That is why we no longer have tails, why we are bipeds, and so fourth. Genetic mutation is natural (I did not say it was not abnormal. It is wrong to put words in others mouths, you know) and essential for survival. (No need to get angry. Unlike stated above, I do not believe you are a "moron". I just want you to have the facts before claims are made.)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolution
http://www.livescience.com/topics/evolution/
http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/evolution/
http://www.darwins-theory-of-evolution.com/
"Evolution (also known as biological or organic evolution) is the change over time in one or more inherited traits found in populations of organisms. Inherited traits are particular distinguishing characteristics, including anatomical, biochemical or behavioural characteristics, that are passed on from one generation to the next. Evolution may occur when there is variation of inherited traits within a population. The major sources of such variation are mutation, genetic recombination and gene flow."

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Calai commented on this rant 7 years ago.

Oh please.

Just close your mouth because you don't make any sense.

You want me to have the facts before claims are made? Pfft. You've made so many claims yourself where you haven't given any hard cold evidence. You make a claim that birth order is somehow linked to gayness -- show your evidence if that's how to want to play!

Quite frankly, it's a controversial issue. My original post is what I think on it. Think what you want to think. And I don't care what you think, okay?!

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anonymous commented on this rant 7 years ago.

Here we go. Evidence, Ms. "FYI Gay Men Have Less Testosterone"? Listen to your own wisdom, Oh Holy Righteous One.
It is controversial. And, yes, a person still has a right to their opinions no matter how ignorant. But if you do not want others' opinions (or correct facts instead of fictitious and stereotypical ones), then do not post your thoughts openly on RantFoo!.com
I am done with trying to get you educated on a subject that you clearly know little about. Some people are just stubborn to admit ignorance and even more so to accept information to help it. You stay at Church and learn their claims, and I will stay up-to-date in the scientific world we live in today. Lastly, if you think that marking my comment down will "get you even", then do so. It does not help your case. Thank you and God Bless.

[ <a href="http://myapollo.ucsd.edu/classes/bisp194-1.FA09/Blanchard_2001.pdf" rel="nofollow">http://myapollo.ucsd.edu/classes/bisp194-1.FA09/Blanchard_2001.pdf</a> <a href="http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0091302211000227" rel="nofollow">http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0091302211000227</a> <a href="http://www.webmd.com/sex-relationships/news/20060626/birth-order-may-affect-homosexuality" rel="nofollow">http://www.webmd.com/sex-relationships/news/20060626/birth-order-may-affect-homosexuality</a> <a href="http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fraternal-birth-order-and-male-sexual-orientation/147353405277983" rel="nofollow">http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fraternal-birth-order-and-male-sexual-orientation/147353405277983</a> <a href="http://www.springerlink.com/content/7u2wc6mfdfmw60l8/" rel="nofollow">http://www.springerlink.com/content/7u2wc6mfdfmw60l8/</a>
<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fraternal_birth_order_and_male_sexual_orientation" rel="nofollow">http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fraternal_birth_order_and_male_sexual_orientation</a> <a href="http://www.springerlink.com/content/hh300395g834h386/" rel="nofollow">http://www.springerlink.com/content/hh300395g834h386/</a>
My professor, PDV, was ranked the highest educator out of the entire country and in the top for the most achieved teacher globally. He taught me this. He is a globally known scientist, winning countless awards for his research in multiple Biological departments. He is regarded as one of the top scientists and professors in the country today. If you want factual, scientific evidence, he is the man to get it from. And just so you are aware I was (and still am) the top student of all time in Genetics and also remain in the top for every other Biological category, including hormones, organic chemistry, genetic mutations, anatomy, and so on. This research above has been done by CREDITABLE sources. Quote: The fraternal birth order effect is the strongest known predictor of sexual orientation.]


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anonymous commented on this rant 6 years, 4 months ago.

Bazinga. You sure know what you're talking about. Can I say, owned?