Once upon a time, in a land far, far away there existed a people who used the word gay, happy and me
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A long, long, long time ago it was and there was a king in Galway. The phrase is particularly common in fairy tales for younger children, where it is almost always the opening line of a tale.
Once upon a time in a land far away There lived a little boy and he drank all day Friends called him stupid and his brothers called him gay Emptied all the bottles 'til the pain went away.
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- Totally agree Lindsay well said this isn't just about gays is it , Childrens rights matter too ,that's why we are right in the middle of Royal commissions for abuse of children because their rights matter more than gays in my opinion , Give them recognition without the term Marriage and no kids! I support same-sex marriage, but not at the cost of democracy.
- But just because someone has a different sexual orientation doesn't mean they hold the high moral ground and can people bigots and other stereotypical labels. Also, just because gay people in committed relationships are unable to marry, does not mean that they are denied the "rights and dignity that heterosexual people are afforded".
- God will provide. The gay agenda like the leftist feminist agenda seeks the removal of the father figure from the family.
Indeed I have trusted them with my children, and my daughters have trusted them with their children. I agree with all that you have written. Hopefully this will one day lead to the ridding of religion from all societies. Isn't that the first rule, that trumps all else?
A beautiful gay man. So do we repeat the same for a gay partnership?