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User avatar #722 - aussiepridevil
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(03/12/2012) [-]
i kind of have to dis-agree. some kids do take well to it but i have a rather different view point, as you probably are taught when your younger to love people like love your friends and blah blah, well, when you explain that "aunty blah blah is with/dating herpina blah, because they love each other" it gets confusing, "wait so i should i should kiss my betsfriend blah blah blah because we love each other"?

i'm all for gay rights but it can be really confusing for kids if you don't give it a good explanation.
#727 to #722 - potsmokingmonkey
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(03/12/2012) [-]
So then just wait and explain it to them when they are old enough to comprehend what you're trying to say. It's not like they are gonna run off and experiment with boys or girls at the age of 9 because noone explained how it works when they were 6. That's why when people say they don't want gay marriage to be legal because they don't want to explain it to their kids, i think they are ******* retards with no valid argument.
User avatar #747 to #727 - dementedllama
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(03/12/2012) [-]
Part of the problem is that some schools want to start sex ed and teach kids about homosexuality in kindergarten or first grade. Children are too young to understand, and don't need to know about sexual orientation that young. It shouldn't matter to them, and doesn't in most cases.
It's almost a form of indoctrination, instead of letting kids grow up to form their own ideas and opinions, they're trying to instill a certain set of values at a very young age, it's not the school system that should be doing it, it's the child's parents, whether people agree with what they teach them or not. I have no problem with gay people, but people should be able to disagree with it, that's just freedom of thought.

(love your username btw)