Different. And yet the same!? [Shhhh! Homosexuality subject…]


While the US Supreme Court was considering two related cases involving the constitutionality of same-sex marriage, one major question informing that decision was whether scientific research had achieved consensus regarding how children of same-sex couples fare. Determining the extent of consensus has become a key aspect of how social science evidence and testimony is accepted by the courts. Scientists found that the literature on outcomes for children of same-sex parents is marked by scientific consensus that they experience “no differences” compared to children from other parental configurations. (1, 2)

So there it is.

Grow a child with a father and a mother.

Now CHANGE things.

Grow a child with two fathers.

Now tell them that everything is the SAME.

They will believe you.

You are a “scientist” after all.

And no, this has NOTHING to do with human rights, equality et cetera! All people have the same rights. Anyone can love whoever he/she wants. No one is against homosexuals here. I am just against trying to pass the abnormal as the new “normal”. As simple as that. Children are created the way Nature dictates. And this is what is “normal”. Anything different is exactly that: DIFFERENT! And hiding that under the rag does not make it go away…

What is really important. Nobel prizes. Women…

We believe they are lucky. (1)

But we do not see how miserable they really are.

Perhaps the best trick of them all, is that unhappy miserable people with money and glory have convinced “common” people that they are better and happier than them.

But happiness does not come with glory or money. Happiness comes from a woman happy next to you. From all the people ever lived, we most look up to the only one who had nothing in His possession.

Seek the empty, if you wish to be full, said Tao. And so we must all do if we are to truly live. The rich, the famous, the “important” try to persuade us that being rich, famous or “important” is the quintessence of life. But we should know better. They should know better.

I do not pray for a Nobel prize. Higgs prays for not losing his wife…

What you think important is unimportant. What you think unimportant is everything…

AshleyMadison, marriage, culture…

AshleyMadison.com, the dating website for people seeking affairs with married individuals which claims 20 million members worldwide, has dropped another pin on its map — Asia. The company cast out its first line in Japan in June, reeling in under half a million members within three months, said Noel Biderman, company CEO, “making it our most successful launch ever.” (1)

Site user statistics provide insight into the global phenomenon of infidelity. “Many of the Latin American countries — Mexico, Argentina, Venezuela, have lower female adoption rates than in North America and Europe. In France we see a greater percentage of married women over the age of 40 using the service than anywhere else in the world”, the company’s CEO says.

The line between “civilized” and “hypocrite” is a blurred one. Are you more “sexually liberated” when you are married and seek the company of another woman or are you just plain wrong? Could it be that the women in France would be happier if they hadn’t married? Or are they happily married because they use AshleyMadison?

Does it matter what kind of “tools” you use to be happy?

No matter what current psychological theories might say, the only one who can judge that is your SELF. Stay alone and just think. Do you feel good about YOU?

Oh how much have we lost contact with our best friend. How have we alienated the only ONE who can be strict with us while at the same time he understands and loves us without limitations!

Or, if you can’t do that just go and jerk off! You will be amazed how positive effects can such a low level act have in your life and in the life of the ones you love! 🙂

What truly matters in life! (or why religion kicks ass!)

John and Ann Betar weren’t supposed to get married. Her father had arranged for her to wed another man, but she and John fled Bridgeport and eloped to New York. That was more than 80 years ago. The couple is still happily married, a fact that has led to their naming as the “longest married couple” in the U.S. for 2013 by Worldwide Marriage Encounter, a Christian marriage group based in San Bernardino, Calif. (1, 2)

After all, this is what really matters folks!
Not arguments for or against God.
Not debates for or against theism.

What atheists will never understand, is that life’s truly important things are the things which make us humans, the things one cannot measure. The things one cannot replicate in a lab. The things science is silent about. The things for which true and honest religion talks about.

Religion has exalted marriage to one of its greatest Mysteries. I am truly curious to see how atheists celebrate love, besides their inherent belief that it stems from… eating too much chocolate.

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