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#358 - Even in an non religious way that applies. 04/21/2015 on Feels 0
#337 - We pray for others in hope of them getting better. It is us do…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/21/2015 on Feels 0
#354 - warmbuns (04/21/2015) [-]
I feel like this is gonna turn into a bible study session really soon.
User avatar #358 - iLime (04/21/2015) [-]
Even in an non religious way that applies.
#250 - Thanks for the wise words tyrone. 04/20/2015 on Lets get topical 0
#69 - Picture 04/19/2015 on Absolutely Disgusting +7
#9 - admin feels oppressed when he see's people with better aesthetics. 04/19/2015 on dads +23
#351 - **iLime used "*roll picture*"** **iLime rolled image ** 04/19/2015 on Weeaboo game time 0
#59 - but the force is not from the contact. so i'd say the follow t… 04/17/2015 on Lee 0
#26 - A good jihadist comes prepared. 04/17/2015 on Carbomb Hits IED +3
#53 - Well calling it either one or three inches is a great exaggera… 04/16/2015 on Lee 0
#49 - Are you dumb or did you not read the definition before posting…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/16/2015 on Lee 0
#51 - coffinsalesman (04/16/2015) [-]
The original post said "one inch punch." I was saying the name is hyperbolic, in that it's not actually only one inch, it's just a really short distance compared to a normal punch.

tl;dr don't be a nitpicker.
User avatar #53 - iLime (04/16/2015) [-]
Well calling it either one or three inches is a great exaggeration because his fist obviously goes at least 8 inches making it in no way a one or three inch punch. Calling it a close punch or something along those lines would be more appropriate. They call it three inch punch because his fingered extend outwards three inches but his fist still travels a lot longer. That is what i am saying.
#37 - if you watch his hand and use the background to actually measu…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/16/2015 on Lee +2
User avatar #58 - oceanmist (04/17/2015) [-]
It doesn't matter how far his fist travels, because he's following through with the punch. It only makes contact after a few inches.
User avatar #59 - iLime (04/17/2015) [-]
but the force is not from the contact. so i'd say the follow through is just as much part of the punch as the first 3 inches are. Calling it a 3 inch punch is very inaccurate.
User avatar #49 - iLime (04/16/2015) [-]
Are you dumb or did you not read the definition before posting. Calling that a three in punch is in no way a hyperbole.
#51 - coffinsalesman (04/16/2015) [-]
The original post said "one inch punch." I was saying the name is hyperbolic, in that it's not actually only one inch, it's just a really short distance compared to a normal punch.

tl;dr don't be a nitpicker.
User avatar #53 - iLime (04/16/2015) [-]
Well calling it either one or three inches is a great exaggeration because his fist obviously goes at least 8 inches making it in no way a one or three inch punch. Calling it a close punch or something along those lines would be more appropriate. They call it three inch punch because his fingered extend outwards three inches but his fist still travels a lot longer. That is what i am saying.
#59 - I really really really like this mp4. 04/16/2015 on gatta go fast 0
#14 - In the process become a grandmaster at chess while still havin…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/12/2015 on Do you even chess? +17
User avatar #17 - emiyashirou (04/12/2015) [-]
Yeah, except online chess games mean absolutely fuckall to your actual FIDE rating. You need to play in person for rated games.
#26 - Ken M (04/12/2015) [-]
I think he meant that you'd learn from the computer and opponents
#180 - I pushed the next button  [+] (1 new reply) 04/12/2015 on What button would YOU press... +5
#181 - teevee (04/12/2015) [-]
#32 - You just took logic and **** all over it.  [+] (12 new replies) 04/10/2015 on 10 reasons why gay marriage... -12
#235 - gimmeredthumbs (04/10/2015) [-]
*shat
#242 - somefatguyone (04/10/2015) [-]
Nice gif.
User avatar #33 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
Care to explain? You're saying sexuality is a choice, but I sure as fuck didn't choose to be straight. I'd much rather be bi and double my opportunities, but goddamn guys are hideous to me
#192 - ripinkill (04/10/2015) [-]
he is saying sexuality away from the natural is a choice. It may not be a conscious choice like choosing to put on a pair of clothes but more like becoming obese, do you think fat people all of a sudden choose one day, hey you know what I want to become unhealthy and un-attractive. yet it is still a choice they made to be fat, just not as conscious as other choices in life. What about all the other things people are attracted to, like furries, bestiality, and pedophilia. How come they are hated and despised for their sexuality since apparently they were born with it. It's because people are not born that way, and certain things may happen in their life and their choices to those reactions can alter their sexuality and twist it. The same can happen with gay people.
sexuality can change and be twisted in a different direction.
User avatar #233 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
I'm not seeing two consenting adults, regardless of gender, as twisted. Attraction to children or animals who don't have the capacity to fully understand or consent however, totally different. And homosexuality is observable in nature. Homophobia, much much less observable.
#293 - ripinkill (04/10/2015) [-]
you are referring to twisted as evil or gross or something (thats usually what people mean) , that is not what i meant and i'm sorry if i came off that way. I meant its twisted in its original course, it goes against biology. Originally sexuality was made for reproduction only not pleasure or love or whatever it is with humans and some animals. This is why sex with other animals, children, and the same sex is a flaw in the system so to say. Whether its morally correct is completely objective. Once again with bestiality and pedophilia you are debating the moralness of the issue. I am not, I am saying wether they were born with it or they learned these behaviors. If they learned these behaviors you can debate the moralness just as you can with gays. However if they were born with these reactions you have no right to judge gays, or any other people with weird sexuality. That is my point.
User avatar #294 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
I get ya now and yeah it may be a deviation from original design, just like thumbs are, but homosexuality deserves no hate. Bestiality, I don't even know where to go with that. It's just weird and I'd rather not go into it. Some people are born pedophiles, sociopaths, and psychopaths. They may not be able to help it, but it's harmful for obvious reasons and if it's acted upon it should be punished. When you hurt somebody, you should be punished. Two consenting adult men or women fucking hurts nobody. I'm not saying you said it does, I'm just making a point about why homosexuality shouldn't be thrown in with pedophilia. It's like throwing in a genetic deviation from the original like lungs in with a deviation such as being born without an immune system. One is harmless and can even be helpful, the other is terrible
User avatar #295 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
I may not be able to judge the man born attracted to little kids, but I can judge the man that fucks a kid
#64 - alarubra (04/10/2015) [-]
Being bi ain't all it's cracked up to be. "Lol you suck dick. Wanna suck mine?" "Sorry, you don't meet my standards for a partner, besides, your straight." "So, it's just a friendly blowjob, where do standards come into it? And there's nothing gay about getting your dick sucked." "This conversation is over. Move on to a new topic." "Come on, man, it'll be fun for both of us." "Please fucking drop it already." "God, you don't have to be so touchy." I've had pretty much this exact conversation about twenty times since coming out. Trust me, you ain't missing jack.
#65 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
>nothing gay about getting your dick sucked (even by a guy)
Wow. Yeah I guess you're right. When you open yourself up to men sexually, then you have to deal with that same bullshit women have toon a regular basis from guys like that.
#68 - alarubra (04/10/2015) [-]
The thing is most guys who've tried that with me would never pull that bullshit on a female. They figure it's different since I'm "one of the guys." It's fucking stupid.
User avatar #71 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
Yeah I hate that for you bro. Some people man
#23 - I hate how people say being gay is not a choice. It obviously …  [+] (68 new replies) 04/10/2015 on 10 reasons why gay marriage... -47
#290 - Ken M (04/10/2015) [-]
User avatar #216 - fjaggot (04/10/2015) [-]
No it's not a choise, some boys act feminine from a very young age but still doesn't make it right. I don't go around saying "hey people are born with downs syndrome so it's perfectly fine"
#215 - bluenebula (04/10/2015) [-]
Gays and straights have differences in the brains. The cause in unknown, but ti's not considered a mutation or a defect, as this difference is present in most animals as well. The male and female brain develop differently to suit their gender, and every now and then, one brain or the other develops to find the wrong gender attractive. Again, it's not considered a birth defect. It's about as much a 'defect' as a birth mark.

So no, being gay is biologically not a choice, just like you can't choose to be a man or a woman. fucking tumblr Most times, when someone comes out as gay, they are more surprised by it than their families. It's more of a "Do I like dick? Shit I think I like dick. Maybe it's just a phase. Well, I'm 23, and I still like dick. Fuck, I'm gay."
User avatar #239 - dopeydoo (04/10/2015) [-]
no, not really... while it is a difference in the brain, and activists and politically correct people have done their best to argue that it isn't a defect or mutation, because those carry super heavy negative context, it is actually a mutation.

A mutation is when something in your body or brain becomes different from the norm for whatever reason at birth. Now, this isn't necessarily a bad thing: technically, being left handed is the result of a mutation in your brain. Being gay is not nature's intended course, since that would result in the death of species. But, it's an extremely common mutation since it's so easy for it to happen, so yes, homosexuality is the result of a chemical mutation in the brain. Not a bad one, but a mutation all the same
User avatar #276 - bluenebula (04/10/2015) [-]
Even among straight people, there are still differences in the brain that are not considered mutations. Some people have more brain activity in different parts of the brain for reasons we don't yet understand. Males who are less adept at mathematics are not part of the norm, but we don't call that a mutation.

The difference is the brains of homosexuals does seem like it should count as a mutation, I agree with you there. I've yet to read anything from a neurologist that claims it's a mutation though. Perhaps they're just covering their ass. Wouldn't want to refer to gays as mutations, lest you piss off the Tumblr crowd.

I have heard of someone doing work to look for a 'cure', though. They want to do brain surgery on gays so they can 'fix' the problem. Now that we know that there is a biological reason for homosexuality, this guy wants to find a way to fix it through brain surgery. Sounds like a horror movie mad scientist to me.
User avatar #288 - trivdiego (04/10/2015) [-]
might have been an advantage to our ancestors a long while back, but if its stuck around this long its easier harmless or beneficial, and become so common that it is no longer a mutation, just a trait
User avatar #208 - gayboard (04/10/2015) [-]
Well it works a little like this;
Sure, you could choose who you date. A gay person can choose to marry a girl, have children with her, etc. But a gay person can't choose they way they feel, hence why people say gay isn't a choice.
#177 - gifxplain (04/10/2015) [-]
You try it then.
#128 - janosaudron (04/10/2015) [-]
Well, what's the earliest age you can remember finding someone sexually attractive?
#83 - Ken M (04/10/2015) [-]
**anonymous used "*roll picture*"**
**anonymous rolled image** Who would've thought Nazijunk doesn't like this.
#75 - evebishop (04/10/2015) [-]
Troll
#117 - Ken M (04/10/2015) [-]
Fuck off.

No one cares about your sexuality, keep it to yourself.
#73 - Zaxplab (04/10/2015) [-]
I hate how people say being straight is not a choice. It obviously is a fucking choice. It's not like you suddenly wake up and you have a vagina on your cock and think "oh i must be straight."
#85 - Ken M (04/10/2015) [-]
I dunno if you're trying to say the opposite or what but you're basically saying the exact same thing and making the same point.
User avatar #213 - broswagonist (04/10/2015) [-]
No, anon's got a point. Zaxplab's trying to argue in a clever way but he's saying exactly the same thing as the first faggot is saying.
#84 - Ken M (04/10/2015) [-]
Oh god it's this faggot.
User avatar #34 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
I have no doubt in my mind the majority of homosexual cases are a born with condition, but I classify it as a mental defection. Not necessarily a bad thing, but it exists.

An improper wiring of the brain, if you will.
#138 - Ken M (04/10/2015) [-]
Man, I see you post a lot of shit normally and I get it, you're not very smart, but holy matrimony batman, this is the dumbest thing you've written yet.

Full of assumptions, incorrect facts and a backwards mentality that would probably fit in perfectly in Iran and Europe, ca. 1600.
User avatar #140 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
Than refute it, instead of just calling me an idiot.
User avatar #42 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
alarubra, alecmason - if you disagree, I would like you to expand as to why you disagree.

Not going to let you thumb me down and just move along.
#46 - alarubra (04/10/2015) [-]
Now what you gonna do about it? An anonymous thumbed you down. Can't call that bitch out cause they ain't logged in.
User avatar #50 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
I'd rather promote discourse, it is unfortunate I can not call him or her out, but you seem a bit angry. You should probably calm down.
#53 - alarubra (04/10/2015) [-]
I always act angry in the comment section on this site. It's the persona I've chosen to adopt here. I state my actual views, but much less calmly than I would IRL. If I can't pretend to be angry about it, I usually keep silent.
User avatar #44 - alecmason (04/10/2015) [-]
Homosexuality is not a mental illness or an "improper wiring of the brain". Homosexual has, always has, in documented history, existed, and will always exist. Just because it seems different from what is generally accepted as "normal", that does not mean it is a defect in ones mindset or behavioral patterns.
User avatar #47 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
Simply because it is documented in history or common to find in nature does not make it natural - that is a logical fallacy, sorry. Given how human biology works, it would be fair to say that homosexuality is a genetic defect. Obviously, homosexuals have a disadvantage in the biological evolutionary process because of this wiring in the brain, but serve an evolutionary community role of population control at the same time.

Defects are not necessarily bad, but it is clear that some sort of genetic mutation exists.
User avatar #237 - vigorion (04/10/2015) [-]
I disagree with your choice of words, though I understand you sentiment. The word defection stresses that it's a a "bad" deviation from the norm. Obviously it is a mental phenomenon, as the only thing affected is what you find sexy and not, but that doesn't make it a defect. Neither does you calling it an evolutionary disadvantage. There are masses of mental phenomena that differ between people because of genetics or other biological factors that we do not consider to be mental defects, even though they might seem to impose some sort of evolutional disadvantage on a person. Empathy, for example, and all the big five personality traits. Just because a variability exists in the collective gene pool, where one trait is more common than the other, doesn't mean that the less common one can be considered a defect.
User avatar #298 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
True, that is a good point.
#139 - hongkonglongdong (04/10/2015) [-]
It does make it natural. That's exactly what it means.

It doesn't make it beneficial, or not- say- a defect. You do get albinism naturally, for example. The thing is- and this is where the main argument comes in- calling it a defect implies that you can cure it, which you can't.
User avatar #121 - pootismang (04/10/2015) [-]
People sure have weird ways of thinking about this.
Way to stand up to the flak you got for being objective and reasonable.
User avatar #144 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
Most people just want to call me an idiot instead of arguing against me. It's pretty easy to do. I did enjoy the conversations I had with alecmason and alarubra. I understand where they come from, and I think we generally all of the same concept that homosexuality is genetic, but we just view it differently.
#118 - janosaudron (04/10/2015) [-]
Being Sterile/infertile is a genetic defect, homosexuality is not a genetic defect. If a Homosexual couple wants to raise a child they can either A. adopt or B. Find a surrogate. or they can just decide to not have children. There are Heterosexual people that decide to not have children or are sterile/infertile. If they're capable of having a child and choose not to is that a Genetic defect or a side effect of sentience?

Any fool can make a baby but it takes brains to raise one properly and be you heterosexual or homosexual if you find that it's unfavorable to raise a child due to a multitude of factors(financial, Incompetence, etc.) Then you are by no means defective. You know you don't have what it takes to raise a child in an overpopulated/Financially fucked world and you're attempting to not be a possible burden on society
User avatar #299 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
Sorry for getting back to you late, I was working.

You draw a good point, at the time I was not thinking about the coexist of our current product of our evolutionary timeline in tie with modern medical technology and social mobility. We have the understanding and ability to impregnate individuals and even create test tube babies through surrogates or in a lab. Previously, this was not an option for homosexuals - although of course there is historical evidence of homosexuals still creating children. Noticeable in European middle ages where upper class individuals lived their goals out to have children - as leadership was based on hierarchy of family rather than the national system we have today.

We simply have it easier now for that. Because of that though, the defect, disorder, whatever it may be may become irrelevant of a concern in the evolutionary process if homosexuals are now more capable of breeding children through practices like In Vitro Fertilization.
User avatar #55 - alecmason (04/10/2015) [-]
Then by that, being straight isn't natural either. Nor would be many of the things considered natural. Many factors constitute an evolutionary disadvantage. Also, genetic mutations do not constitute a defect.
User avatar #57 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
It can be considered a defect in this case because homosexuals have a disadvantage to reproduction in the evolutionary process because they have a mental incentive to be with the same sex, rather than be attracted to the opposite sex.
#241 - Ken M (04/10/2015) [-]
It could be evolutionary, the more people, the more homosexuals. Overgrowing becomes a problem to pretty much every species if they produce uncontrollably and there's no diseases and/or homosexuality, infertility etc. to keep the population in a reasonable size. As homosexuality is observed in nature with tons of different species, it could be a universal trait. It is propably genetics, but there a lot of causes why it could exist. Studies also show it's because some brain areas work as opposite sex's would; a homosexual man's brain works as a female's when it comes to finding a partner.
User avatar #168 - tpman (04/10/2015) [-]
In social insect colonies (ants, wasps, bees and termites) sterile workers devote their whole lives to caring for the queen, constructing and protecting the nest, foraging for food, and tending the larvae.

These individuals do not reproduce , but are crucial for the entire species to reproduce and swarm.

This is no defect as the workers where never intended to reproduce. Perhaps homosexuality has always been a part of human nature to create a Biological Altruism. You biological decide not to reproduce to benefit other organisms. Such behavior is maximally altruistic. sterile organisms obviously do not leave any offspring of their own—so have personal fitness of zero´, but their actions greatly assist the reproductive efforts of other organisms.

So if there where a biological conscience that feels the problem of overpopulation, altruism (in form of homosexuality),Could be a response?

Just adding a different viewpoint on it. Nature always works on removing defects but history has not showed any progress on this. Perhaps it's intended.
User avatar #296 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
Then we need to redesign out thoughts on how we view homosexuality genetically.

Perhaps they are simply a pawn to serve the normality of our species. They act as a population control evolutionary wise and socially work as caregivers for lost children for example.

Although this train of thought would be very not politically correct to state, because leftists would not like the idea of homosexuals serving that purpose. That's the problem with conflicting science and social stigmas.
User avatar #179 - pitch (04/10/2015) [-]
What you are saying is in fact true but keep in mind that the worker bees share alot of genes with their queen. Huge portions of the worker bees are technically clones as they share the same genetic outfit. Thus helping the queen in an altruistic way brings forth a bigger portion of the workers genes than reproduction would. So it's not truly altruistic.
User avatar #62 - alecmason (04/10/2015) [-]
I see with the other you had requested to have a discussion with has taken to the path of the "defect literal definition" debate, so I won't proceed in that direction. That being said, I would like to know your opinion on bisexuals, such as myself. Don't get me wrong, I am by no means trying to change your mind or persuade you in another way of thinking, as everyone is entitled to their opinion and thinking, and I respect that, just as I have my opinion.
#66 - alarubra (04/10/2015) [-]
Does the conversation in the spoiler from >>#64 happen to you as well?
User avatar #69 - alecmason (04/10/2015) [-]
Oh yes, it's very annoying. The amount of "teasing" and bullying from being Bi is ridiculous. People who try to have conversations similar to that make me just walk away.
User avatar #63 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
Bisexuals are interesting to me, they - I suppose you could say literally have the best of both worlds. They lack the problem of a same sex bias as their only sexual attractions. They essentially have the benefits of playing either role in society. There's a lack of a disadvantage there for that particular individual, as it is much easier for them to reproduce due to being attracted to the opposite sex still.
User avatar #67 - alecmason (04/10/2015) [-]
Interesting. While I would say we do experience the societal and personal advantages, we also share the disadvantages, though that more so applies to individualized cases, but I do see your point. Anyhow, it was nice having a discussion with you.
User avatar #70 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
Have a good one!
User avatar #72 - alecmason (04/10/2015) [-]
You too!
#43 - alarubra (04/10/2015) [-]
I disagree, because being gay is not a defect. Something different in the brain, possibly. Something wrong in the brain, no. Also, I'll thumb you down and move along if I fucking feel like it. Red thumbs are the fastest and easiest way to show disapproval, you brain-damaged faggot.
User avatar #49 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
Nice discourse skills there, I see why you never want to argue because all you do is holler and scream.

That being said, it is a genetic defect that serves a biologic and evolutionary purpose. I never said there was something wrong with the brain or it was a bad thing, but rather it exists.
#51 - alarubra (04/10/2015) [-]
Defect literally means there is something wrong
"de·fect1
ˈdēfekt/
noun
a shortcoming, imperfection, or lack.
"genetic defects" "
It by definition means there is a problem.
User avatar #52 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
So why can it not be seen as a defect?

One might consider the existence of homosexuality to be a genetic shortcoming, or an imperfection when compared to Darwinist principles. It is by no means a bad thing though, and serves a purpose in our society even if it a defective genetic system for them.
#54 - alarubra (04/10/2015) [-]
Because it's not a shortcoming. As you yourself have said, it's beneficial to the species. Anything beneficial to the species is automatically a positive mutation by Darwinian Evolution.
User avatar #58 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
It's a shortcoming for the host though, as they have a disadvantage in the reproductive process in evolution because they are attracted to the same sex.

They serve an important role however in our societies, examples being: emptying our orphanages and population control.
#59 - alarubra (04/10/2015) [-]
I disagree that it's a shortcoming, though. Gay guys can still get it up on feel and thoughts alone if they have that strong an urge to carry on their genetic line. And it's gotten easier in modern times with in vitro not sure on spelling, too lazy to google fertilization.

And if they don't have that strong of an urge to carry on their own line, but still have a paternal instinct, they benefit the species through adoption. Hell, they're less likely to pass on genetic defects, because if they know it runs in the family they're less likely to choose to carry on their vown line and more likely to adopt, whereas straight people with genetic defects in their line are more likely to pass them on just by having pleasure sex, and accidental
pregnancies.

So, I actually see it as more positive, both for the individual, and the species as a whole.
User avatar #61 - thatoneiranianguy (04/10/2015) [-]
"And it's gotten easier in modern times with in vitro fertilization. "

You did indeed spell it right, and yes, that is true - it is getting easier for this to happen.

Otherwise I tend to agree, just for different reasons.
User avatar #31 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
Did you choose to be straight? If so then I have news for you m8, you're bi
Faggot
User avatar #32 - iLime (04/10/2015) [-]
You just took logic and shit all over it.
#235 - gimmeredthumbs (04/10/2015) [-]
*shat
#242 - somefatguyone (04/10/2015) [-]
Nice gif.
User avatar #33 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
Care to explain? You're saying sexuality is a choice, but I sure as fuck didn't choose to be straight. I'd much rather be bi and double my opportunities, but goddamn guys are hideous to me
#192 - ripinkill (04/10/2015) [-]
he is saying sexuality away from the natural is a choice. It may not be a conscious choice like choosing to put on a pair of clothes but more like becoming obese, do you think fat people all of a sudden choose one day, hey you know what I want to become unhealthy and un-attractive. yet it is still a choice they made to be fat, just not as conscious as other choices in life. What about all the other things people are attracted to, like furries, bestiality, and pedophilia. How come they are hated and despised for their sexuality since apparently they were born with it. It's because people are not born that way, and certain things may happen in their life and their choices to those reactions can alter their sexuality and twist it. The same can happen with gay people.
sexuality can change and be twisted in a different direction.
User avatar #233 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
I'm not seeing two consenting adults, regardless of gender, as twisted. Attraction to children or animals who don't have the capacity to fully understand or consent however, totally different. And homosexuality is observable in nature. Homophobia, much much less observable.
#293 - ripinkill (04/10/2015) [-]
you are referring to twisted as evil or gross or something (thats usually what people mean) , that is not what i meant and i'm sorry if i came off that way. I meant its twisted in its original course, it goes against biology. Originally sexuality was made for reproduction only not pleasure or love or whatever it is with humans and some animals. This is why sex with other animals, children, and the same sex is a flaw in the system so to say. Whether its morally correct is completely objective. Once again with bestiality and pedophilia you are debating the moralness of the issue. I am not, I am saying wether they were born with it or they learned these behaviors. If they learned these behaviors you can debate the moralness just as you can with gays. However if they were born with these reactions you have no right to judge gays, or any other people with weird sexuality. That is my point.
User avatar #294 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
I get ya now and yeah it may be a deviation from original design, just like thumbs are, but homosexuality deserves no hate. Bestiality, I don't even know where to go with that. It's just weird and I'd rather not go into it. Some people are born pedophiles, sociopaths, and psychopaths. They may not be able to help it, but it's harmful for obvious reasons and if it's acted upon it should be punished. When you hurt somebody, you should be punished. Two consenting adult men or women fucking hurts nobody. I'm not saying you said it does, I'm just making a point about why homosexuality shouldn't be thrown in with pedophilia. It's like throwing in a genetic deviation from the original like lungs in with a deviation such as being born without an immune system. One is harmless and can even be helpful, the other is terrible
User avatar #295 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
I may not be able to judge the man born attracted to little kids, but I can judge the man that fucks a kid
#64 - alarubra (04/10/2015) [-]
Being bi ain't all it's cracked up to be. "Lol you suck dick. Wanna suck mine?" "Sorry, you don't meet my standards for a partner, besides, your straight." "So, it's just a friendly blowjob, where do standards come into it? And there's nothing gay about getting your dick sucked." "This conversation is over. Move on to a new topic." "Come on, man, it'll be fun for both of us." "Please fucking drop it already." "God, you don't have to be so touchy." I've had pretty much this exact conversation about twenty times since coming out. Trust me, you ain't missing jack.
#65 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
>nothing gay about getting your dick sucked (even by a guy)
Wow. Yeah I guess you're right. When you open yourself up to men sexually, then you have to deal with that same bullshit women have toon a regular basis from guys like that.
#68 - alarubra (04/10/2015) [-]
The thing is most guys who've tried that with me would never pull that bullshit on a female. They figure it's different since I'm "one of the guys." It's fucking stupid.
User avatar #71 - holywars (04/10/2015) [-]
Yeah I hate that for you bro. Some people man
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User avatar #78 - questionableferret (04/06/2015) [-]
You got a link to a video of this?
User avatar #82 - goodatlosing (04/06/2015) [-]
If you get a source do you mind dropping my name?
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User avatar #130 - kunterz (04/05/2015) [-]
Craigslist?
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User avatar #91 - bobindun (04/05/2015) [-]
The internet is your friend, lots of people actually want to trade.
User avatar #92 - iLime (04/05/2015) [-]
I'm gonna end up trading, where do you suggest i look?
User avatar #130 - kunterz (04/05/2015) [-]
Craigslist?
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#116 - xxxos (04/05/2015) [-]
Is that a joke?. Jews are stealing Palestinian land for like 70 years now, Americans invaded whole countries, faar from their borders, and made them their colonies, with military occupation forces. And Russian thing only happened because world standards got "relaxed" by the jew and american actions. We have to condemn Russia actions, but it's seeing needle in someones eye and not seeing haystack in someone elses.
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