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Your commentary really brings out the rediculousness of the whole issue. Thanks for the laughs!
LOL! Now THAT was MST3K! You did work in the point that the alternative is to ignore people whose private decisions don't affect us.
I've wanted to be married, with kids, since I was four. But when I was young, there were no Goth or Emo girls, so poor-and-depressed (and mildly autistic) wasn't attractive to anyone. Too many people assume I just don't like girls. So I want gay marriage to be legal so people can see me NOT marrying a guy, and finally get a clue.
And the only potential problem I can see with gay life is that each sex tends to have blind spots, and we each need the other to help us see ourselves well enough (Look up Johare Window.). So gay couples, please find a gay couple of the opposite sex, and be accountable to them. Not that otherwise you would think dressing feral cats up in sweaters would be a good idea, otherwise.
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