I am neither pro or anti homosexuality. I call each situation as I see it. I neither blame homosexuals for all the ills of this country or excuse them for problems they cause.
My posts stand for themselves.
While you tend to be somewhat less caustic than the typical homosexual agenda promoter, your posts do fall mainly on the pro-homosexual side.
I'm here. I've been posting here for a long time.
Seriously though, I do see how the rooming arrangment could be a strugglinbg point for some. The conference needs to either rethink this or vet the attendees carefully. Of course, the typical person attending this conference will be interested in overcomming this disease so they will be more motivated to not succumb to temptation while in their room. Therefore, I don't think immoral activity will be a huge problem.
posted on 03/26/2006 11:12:20 AM PST
by John O
(God Save America (Please))
To: John O
"While you tend to be somewhat less caustic than the typical homosexual agenda promoter, your posts do fall mainly on the pro-homosexual side."
Not really. My arguments are generally with those who extend illogical arguments against homosexuals...those who equate homsexuals as a class of people who are "satan's spawn" or some such.
I know some homosexual people. They seem to be productive, friendly folks. None of them have ever done anything that would engender my hatred. So, I defend homosexual "people," rather than universally condemming them.
Myself, I'm not gay, have never had any homosexual attractions, and have never performed any homosexual acts.
I'm neither pro-homosexual or anti-homosexual. I just don't like seeing entire groups lumped together, whatever the subject.
I just found this particular conference's rooming arrangements to be a little iffy, and mentioned it.
posted on 03/26/2006 11:19:59 AM PST
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