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Posted in: Tokyo LGBTQ center head hoping Olympics spark social change See in context

Sexual minorities? So this center is promoting sex not performed by the majority of people?

Oh, you mean sexual orientation. Hmm...well, ature and reason informs us, however, that we are all oriented toward a reproductive coupling in a monogamous lifetime relationship and anything else is preference. So you must mean sexual preference, not sexual orientation.

And happens when our preference matches our orientation? We enjoy a healthy and growing lifetime relationship. Is this what the center will be promoting?

No? Oh, I see. Well, then they will at least promote ALL sexual minorities like "E"s (Ex-Gays) and "MAP"s (Minor-Attracted People), right?

No?

Oh, not yet? That will come later? I see.

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Posted in: Friends are saying 'I do' – but might not understand the legal risks of their platonic marriages See in context

The plaintiffs in the Obergefell case – a gay couple – were, in every way aside from their same gender, congruent with what most Americans understand a married couple to be.

No, they weren’t.

Aside from that, marriage is an objective standard so what “most”Americans think is irrelevant.

They marshaled evidence showing that a gay or lesbian couple had the same ability to love, be intimate and raise children.

No, they didn’t. If there were such evidence, then the nine Supreme Court lawyers would have had a 9-0 decision rather than a 5-4.

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Posted in: 'Gone Girl' actor Lisa Banes dies 10 days after hit-and-run See in context

Considering this is an article about someone’s death, you would expect more care would have been taken in how it was reported. For example, Lisa Banes was an actress, not an actor. Also, Ms. Banes was in a relationship with Kathryn Kranhold, but they were not married.

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Posted in: MTV Video Music Awards set for September 12 in New York See in context

Who cares?

This is another award ceremony that panders to Leftist politics and a raging sexual political agenda by virtue signaling throughout the program.

MTV once was about music, not politics. Hopefully, they will return to that base one day.

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Posted in: LGBTQ groups, supporters rally in Tokyo for equal rights See in context

Any gender confused person, i.e. LGBT, already has the same rights as everyone else. If they want special rights that other citizens do not have, then they need to make an argument stronger than that they want special treatment.

If they were fighting for equality and pride for everyone, then they might be worth listening to.

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Posted in: Rights group urges Japan to update law on changing gender See in context

The group said the medical requirements are especially problematic and are based on an outdated notion that a transgender identity is a mental disorder.

What is a fixed, false belief?

A mental delusion.

As opposed to affirming mental delusions, Japan must follow the science and support more funding for therapy, and the training of therapists, so that the gender confused will be healed of their separation of body and mind and come to embrace and love their own bodies.

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Posted in: The sex scene in movies isn't disappearing – it's shifting from clichéd fantasy to messy reality See in context

If you need a sex scene to sell your movie plot, then you don’t have a movie plot worth seeing.

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Posted in: Pikachu and Katy Perry co-star 'Electric' music video See in context

Katy Perry went hippie!?!

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Posted in: Afghan retreat: U.S. formally begins withdrawing from its longest war See in context

For every person who believes that sending the military to Afghanistan was a bad idea, please remember...or study...what the situation was twenty years ago and then read this entire article because you are mistaken just as President pro tem Biden is now.

And Mr. Biden cannot blame President Trump for the coming fiasco because Biden could retract the deal with the Taliban just as Trump did with Iran.

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Posted in: Afghan retreat: U.S. formally begins withdrawing from its longest war See in context

For every person who believes that sending the military to Afghanistan was a bad idea, please remember...or study...what the situation was twenty years ago and then read this entire article because you are mistaken just as President pro tem Biden is now.

And Mr. Biden cannot blame President Trump for the coming fiasco because Biden could retract the deal with the Taliban just as Trump did with Iran.

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Posted in: Disney signs deal to stream 'Spider-Man,' other Sony films See in context

After almost destroying the Star Wars franchise...and demonstrating a complete lack of new and original stories, Disney is desperate to attract anyone they can to Disney Minus.

Whoops! I mean, Disney Plus.

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Posted in: Fukuoka man arrested for breaking into store, putting on female staff’s apron and shirt See in context

From shoes to tennis rackets, everything seems to have some innate erotic quality to one person or another out there. And that’s fine...

Why is that “fine”?

It’s fine because we shouldn’t judge?

But saying “everyone finding things erotic is fine” is a judgement.

And a bad one at that.

It’s not fine.

It’s nowhere near the definition of “fine”.

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Posted in: Hands-free: Monkey plays video game - with its brain See in context

Experts and academics remain cautious about his vision of symbiotically merging minds with super-powered computing.

Experts and academics...and everyone else!!

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Posted in: Christian group launches campaign to get Folau back into NRL See in context

Now I understand why he was fired. The actual Bible quote is...

”9 Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived; neither fornicators, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor effeminate, nor homosexuals, 

 10 nor thieves, nor the covetous, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers, will inherit the kingdom of God.”—1 Corinthians 6:9-10

Who does this quote apply to?

All of us, which is why we all find it soooooo offensive and why Folau got the can.

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Posted in: Christian group launches campaign to get Folau back into NRL See in context

...after he posted a meme that said hell awaited "drunks, homosexuals, adulterers" and others.

Fired for quoting the Bible?

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Posted in: In apology, Amazon admits some drivers in U.S. have to 'pee in bottles' See in context

Amazon workers need unionization.

Stat.

Also, the American and Japanese governments need to look into Amazon’s business practices. Specifically their growing ability to engage in the censorship of books.

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Posted in: Assemblyman in Mie reveals same-sex couple's address online See in context

...but Kobayashi still refused to comply because he said they had not contacted him in person about the retraction.

Something smells wrong here. Me thinks this article is not offering the full story. What was the content of the two same-sex associates’ demand to Mr. Kobayashi?

In any event, they comply, and he will act accordingly.

No harm, no foul. And maybe these same-sex companions will have learned a lesson.

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Posted in: Tokyo ward begins certifying LGBT families See in context

@Thomas Tank

Thank you for speaking up against a social experiment that affects society and, therefore, every member of society. Especially children.

Children without a father or mother are missing important nutrients. They are anemic. A child is entitled to a relationship with and care from both of the people who brought him or her into being. But no child can defend these entitlements themselves. These entitlements must be supported proactively, before harm is done, for those rights to be protected at all. Depriving a child of relationships with his or her parents is an injustice to the child, and should not be done without some compelling or unavoidable reason.

And no such reasons have been offered in this thread yet.

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Posted in: Tokyo ward begins certifying LGBT families See in context

@Lazarus Knows

Thank you for your intellectual honesty.

That a new generation could only be born if lesbian and gay men ignored their sexual preferences and used artificial surrogacy.

That “family” is a social construction and, therefore, families were arbitrarily created by society and hence consist of a nonsensical foundation.

That sexual minority couples are anything “similar,” and therefore this is also a nonsensical description.

That you are unaware if all sexual minorities will be treated as equal.

Also, that two people are the “norm,” which means this is another social limit that is capricious and is subject to arbitrary changes.

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Posted in: Tokyo ward begins certifying LGBT families See in context

Moves to recognize sexual minority couples have been spreading among municipalities...

What are “sexual minority couples”? Who defines what “sexual minority” is? Are all sexual minorities included? All of them?

And why “couples”? Why are the “moves to recognize” limited to couples? Who decided this?

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Posted in: Tokyo ward begins certifying LGBT families See in context

What is a family? There are only two possible answers to this question: Either “family” has a fixed, natural purpose (a natural “teleology”) or it does not.

If the definition of family is teleological, then no liberty exists to redefine it.

If not, then a family is some kind of social construction, an invention of culture, and is fluctuatingly undefinable.

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Posted in: Tokyo ward begins certifying LGBT families See in context

"This is impossible, but if all Japanese women were lesbian or all Japanese men were gay, then do you think the next generation of people will be born?" Mr Shiraishi said.

Putting aside whether one likes this statement or not, is it factually or objectively incorrect?

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Posted in: Raised fists, kneeling during anthem OK at U.S. Olympic trials See in context

If you are an American athlete, then your fist should not be raised nor should you be kneeling on the ground. To do so is to reject the notion that all people are created equal and that they are endowed by their Creator with unalienable rights, which notion is the basis of all human rights.

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Posted in: 'Madame Claude': gritty Netflix take on Paris sex icon See in context

"Madame Claude built her mythology. She was a great liar, a fraud who said she wanted to 'beautify vice', which meant brushing all the ugliness under the carpet," said Verheyde.

Will Netflix come to support more films that state the truth that prostitution is not a victimless crime?

One could hope.

In place of glamorizing fornication, sex trafficking, and sex grooming, Hollywood could learn a lesson from this film.

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Posted in: Author Mieko Kawakami wants to 'stir things up' See in context

...she asked one of Japan's most famous writers, Haruki Murakami, why so many women in his novels seemed to serve a purely sexual function.

Is not the opposite true for "romance" novels for women? In either case, the femine qualities of women need to be celebrated more as well as the masculine traits of men. Men and women are different. Men are not women and women are not men. Let's celebrate this diversity.

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Posted in: 'Sesame Street' introduces new muppets in videos on race See in context

Are children naturally racist? If two boys are in a park at the playground, will they avoid each other because they are of different ethnicities?

Or will they play together because they have not been taught to be racist by programs “educating” them about white supremacy or white fragility or that they should judge others not by the content of their character but by the amount of pigment in their skin?

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Posted in: Mie becomes 1st prefecture to ban outing of sexual minorities See in context

Would persons who out someone to a suicide prevention center or a psychiatrist who deals with suicide be protected in the future if this becomes a binding ordinance?

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Posted in: Bullet trains to remove all onboard pay phones See in context

Rather than remove them all, would one phone per train be a compromise between the cost of maintenance and the cost of human life in a disaster?

Just a thought.

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Posted in: Videos of parliament sex acts rock Australia's government See in context

Is objective sexual morality still recognized in Australia? Does this mean that other countries will follow suit and reject sexual immorality?

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Posted in: Japanese same-sex couple overjoyed by marriage ruling See in context

Legally every Japanese citizen already shares the rights and restrictions of state-sanctioned matrimony. Hence, same-sex marriages not being recognized is an act of equality, not a violation of Equal Protection.

Also, genuine love seeks total union with a beloved, and then the question is, what is that going to look like? You have to have a total union of persons, which these two women will never have. According to reason, we can see that people are heart, mind, and body, so marriage is going to have to encompass all of those and that is a vision that points to the male-female model of marriage.

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