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Re: “God and gays at Harding University

dear sir or vagina:

what makes female voters tick - and how does this relate to the homo and to the negro and to satan?

spite. it's what runs womens' lives, gays' lives, blacks' lives - minorities' lives. satan was a spiteful wannabee who was kicked out of heaven because he was angry that he was lesser than god - he was spiteful of the powerful. it was because of his spite for "the man," that satan threw a "pride parade" in god's face and was therefore kicked out of heaven.

spite for "the man" is ever-so present in feminists' lives. how many times have we heard anyone say "a woman can do anything a man can do," without providing real-world justification? you know, aside from gender-based athletics and gender-based lumberjack-competitions. aside from every physical contest that doesn't allow females to compete against the bigger/broader/taller/stronger gender?

spite for "the real man" is ever-so present in the lives of masculivoids (gay "men," or men in name only, or men who aren't man enough to satisfy their emotional desire for a man). how many times have we heard the homo saying to the straight man, "i'm more man than you'll ever be," with no real-world justification? if a straight man is man enough to satisfy his emotional desire for a man, is the gay masculivoid really more man than a straight man will ever be? in the immortal words of macaulay culkin, "iiiiiiiiiiiiii don't think so".

as a society, we are embracing the "wannabee" aspect of satan. we are legitimizing it with everything from feminism to "gay rights". satan mocks god in an "if you can't beat him, mock him" type of spiteful jealousy (ie, madonna mocking christ in her shows, illuminati "artists" mocking christ in their lyrics). little wombs mock the bigger/taller/stronger gender in the same jealous way, both in their words and even on tv (where men are portrayed as dimwitted and incapable morons). gay-bashing and/or mockery is considered a type of "thought crime," when straight-bashing and/or mockery is tolerated in the media and with words that gays use negatively ("breeder," for example). "white men can't jump," "white men have small cocks," "white men can't dance" - society and the media are mocking the white man and embracing the negro out of the same spite and jealousy for the accomplishments of members of the competent race who didn't rely on programs like "affirmative action" to get into college. would anyone dare to make a movie called "black men can't enunciate" or "black men can't stay out of jail" - how about "black men can't stop eating watermelon" - these titles would never be considered as anything but racist, but "white men can't jump" is harmless.

it is not hard to see why straight, white men are the targets of so much mockery. it's because heterosexuality is superior to homosexuality (not only because there is an actual purpose of heterosexuality, but because it's a self-esteem issue for a "man" to need another masculine presence - a masculine replacement - to feel complete). it's because men are superior (bigger, taller, stronger) physical presences who can accomplish more than their itty-bitty counterparts. it's because the abundance of blacks in jail is a reflection on blacks' characters. this is why straight, white men are the targets of mockery - because heterosexuality is more respectable than homosexuality, because men are more competent than women, because whites are more responsible than blacks. it all has to do with giving back to society - heterosexuals make children, men protect women, whites are more the inventors while blacks are just users.

mr. dylan terreri, i
dr. sheldon cooper, ii
"When I'm hungry, I eat. When I'm thirsty, I drink. When I feel like saying something, I say it." - Madonna

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Posted by Cranberry Township-gay on 12/22/2013 at 5:14 AM

Re: “God and gays at Harding University

regarding "religious" people who say that homosexuality is wrong:

as the webmaster of the cynical and satirical e-zine known as, i have little tolerance for anyone who says that homosexuality is wrong and then brings up the bible and leviticus. we've heard it all before, god says that homosexuality is wrong - but people who hate homosexuality because of the bible must be such a bunch of joiners who rely on the outside world for opinions. they probably think that muslims weren't responsible for 9/11 and that it was george bush who planned it. i can't imagine the lives that these people lead if they are apt to hate homosexuality because of something the bible says! to quote a limp-wristed maitre'd in ferris bueller's day off: "i weep for the future". i weep for the future when people can't make up their own minds about homosexuality. i weep because they don't even take into consideration what it takes to find security, fulfillment and something excitably taboo in a member of one's own gender. talking about a sense of completion, it should be the biggest insult for anyone not to feel complete without the presence of a member of their own gender acting as a psychological crutch for their sexually-dysfunctional existences. any man who utters the words "i need a man" is a masculivoid whose sense of masculine self-esteem is as "little bitty pissant" as the country place featured in "the best little whorehouse in texas".

sure, gays are heard preaching self-love 24/7. i'm sure that the people who get their disrespect of homosexuality from outside sources (such as the bible) are apt to buy into gays' self-esteem and pride when the little queer exhibitionists are out trying to justify their self-love in "gay pride parades" from coast to coast, but it's only a front. a show. gay people are trying to sell their pride to the outside because they have no pride inside themselves, which is evidenced by their "little bitty pissant" states of minds and/or gender-identities which are half-baked enough to get a sense of completion from someone acting as "the real thing" in their lives. what makes a man date another man, surely not a strong sense of masculine sufficience.

i have no respect AT ALL for people who hate homosexuality because of what the bible says. what a bunch of mind-numb robots, "god commanded me to hate homosexuality, i must obey" - people who say this are like people who think that god is responsible for the gender they're sexually attracted to. i think there was a song called "going through the motions," i bring this up because that's exactly what people are doing - they're living life "going through the motions" and they're not thinking about the reasons why they are. what kind of robotic life is lived by bible-thumping and anti-gay people who think they were born straight? don't they have any justification or reasons for being anti-gay or for being psyched by a specific gender? i do, i've always known the reasons for my actions.

i grew up a skinny little wimp who did not excel at or play sports. i was picked last for teams in gym class, my sense of masculine esteem was damaged to see most boys being picked first and most girls being picked after them. i was always picked last because i was not as good as the boys. i wanted to be a real boy, kind of like peter pan, but situations like gym class told me that i was not. the real boys were picked before the girls, but i was picked last. like a remnant.

i had absolutely no armpit-hair until i was 16 or 17, even then it came in slowly. as early as 4th or 5th grade, i saw how i was lesser than the other shirtless boys in the locker-room who had a good bit of armpit-hair. every day in the locker-room would damage my masculine esteem, every day for 7 or 8 years. i don't have time (or respect) for anyone who tells me that i am attracted to men because of a fabled "gay gene," just like i no respect for anyone who tells me that i should not respect homosexuality out of respect for the bible. i don't need a bible to give me permission to spit on homosexuality, i have my own experiences and most of all i have common sense.

"if you're not all the man you need, good luck filling anyone else's void"

mr. dylan terreri, i
dr. sheldon cooper, ii
"When I'm hungry, I eat. When I'm thirsty, I drink. When I feel like saying something, I say it." - Madonna

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Posted by Cranberry Township-gay on 04/01/2013 at 8:44 PM


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