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Gay people die early
08-23-2012, 01:36 PM (This post was last modified: 08-23-2012 01:38 PM by Painkiller.)
Post: #41
RE: Gay people die early
It's a good point, Damned, but I can promise that we tried that and pretty much anything else you can think of MANY times. Unknowable was completely insane, this was something like one of ten or eleven threads he started in a similar vein, and he stormed off the forum and came back with a different name four or five times. The first few times we tried all the sensible arguments - same gender sex happens in nature; you engage in many "unnatural" things; sexuality defined differently in different cultures etc., but after a bit most of us gave up. I spent about a week chasing him with pictures of male underwear models and, one occasion, an Olympic swimming team - he kept freaking out and threatening to tell the police that I was posting gay porn.
(08-23-2012 01:30 PM)damned2hell Wrote:  Speak english.

Also, at the expense of being a real knob (too late, I know), you could make an argument for this being simply a specifically developed form of the verbal and para-verbal communication that you find amongst other primate species, and therefore perfectly "natural" by Unknowable's argument.

Your point is still good, I'm just being a pedantic dick.
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08-23-2012, 03:49 PM
Post: #42
RE: Gay people die early
I hold no illusions about changing unknowable's mind on these things and had the impressing that he had been around for a while so I expected that you had given him all the reasons. I just like to keep myself sharp by saying my best arguments and hopefully I've given others ideas they haven't considered before and equipped them with a new argument. That is actually how I learned the "un-natural dose not equal bad" stance so maybe it will help someone else in the same way.

As for your last point: I love to talk about these things so don't worry about being a knob. I did actually think about that, but I think English is too complex to be counted natural. Of course I know next to nothing about the development of language in humans so I'm a little excited now with the idea of being corrected and learning something new.
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08-23-2012, 04:42 PM
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RE: Gay people die early
Don't worry about it Damned, Unknowable has been gone for quite some time.
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03-20-2017, 03:23 PM
Post: #44
RE: Gay people die early
you definitely need to do more research,, wherever your getting this information from is not correct. as a homosexual myself i know quite a lot about the topic,, and of course, gay people do not die younger.

love,, an angry homo Smile
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03-20-2017, 03:50 PM
Post: #45
RE: Gay people die early
The first two men in Texas to get married to one another were 85 and 82 years old.

Life expectancy for LGBT is on the rise--thanks in large part to same sex couples becoming more accepted. The bigotry and ignorance will always continue--but as acceptance comes, so will improvements in life expectancy.
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03-20-2017, 04:40 PM (This post was last modified: 03-20-2017 04:51 PM by KAYSER.)
Post: #46
RE: Gay people die early
There was a teenager and He was Gay, He died about two years ago
How do you explain that!!! checkmate people.... just give up
(03-20-2017 03:23 PM)asia Wrote:  you definitely need to do more research,, wherever your getting this information from is not correct. as a homosexual myself i know quite a lot about the topic,, and of course, gay people do not die younger.

love,, an angry homo Smile

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This is a very old thread that was dead, also people who participated in the thread might be dead, gays now, or change their mind already

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