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Date Posted: 07:03:29 03/19/06 Sun
Author: Urinal Cake
Subject: Tolerance or acceptance

Why do homosexuals call you names when you don't accept their lifestyle? Isn't it our right to agree or disagree without fear of retribution? If you speak against homosexuality you are called many hateful names in an attempt to intimidate you into acceptance.
Tolerance is the civil response to a subject with which you disagree. That means you don't agree but you tolerate their right to do so.
Because homosexuals deal with adversity this way is proof they know what they are doing is wrong, otherwise they would have a logical argument.
BTW If you disagree with queers here your religion will be demeaned and ridiculed. That is socially acceptable to a queer.

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