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UGH - "T for Tolerance" (Not)

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by on Mar. 6, 2013 at 1:44 PM
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mikiemom
by Ruby Member on Mar. 6, 2013 at 2:17 PM

I assume the youtube woman is perpetuating hate, I'm not watching the video - will not give her the click.

12hellokitty
by Platinum Member on Mar. 6, 2013 at 2:19 PM
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mikiemom
by Ruby Member on Mar. 6, 2013 at 2:30 PM

OH and she is not pretty blech.

..MoonShine..
by Redwood Witch on Mar. 6, 2013 at 2:36 PM

Didn't make it 30 seconds. Not interested in ignorance this morning. 

TranquilMind
by Platinum Member on Mar. 6, 2013 at 2:41 PM
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 It always struck that community disproportionately hard because of the risky behaviors regularly engaged in by that community.  Sure, there was collateral damage because the virus got into the blood supply and spread around by either risky behaviors toward others or via blood transfusion (which led to the ban in the first place) or sometimes dental work or other ways of bodily fluid access.

 

Quoting mikiemom:

 

HIV does not just strike the gay community anymore that thought process is well, just bigotted.

Quoting TranquilMind:

She found a lot of words that rhymed with "ate". 

She will be vilified here and in all of the mainstream media today, and she's just speaking the truth.

She's right that gays are pushing to be able to donate blood citing "discrimination", something that has been unthinkable since the 80's AIDS epidemic wiped out much of the promiscuous (mostly male) gay community.

Since the 1980s, when the AIDS epidemic decimated their community,gay men -- or MSMs (men who have sex with men) as they are called by federal agencies -have been disallowed from donating blood.In June, a group of 64 U.S. legislators led by Rep. Mike Quigley, D-Illinois, and Sen. John Kerry, D-Massachusetts, sent a letter to the Department of Health and Human Services encouraging it to move forward with a study that may lead to the end of the decades-old ban.

"We remain concerned that a blanket deferral of MSM for any length of time both perpetuates the unwarranted discrimination against the bisexual and gay community and prevents healthy men from donating blood without a definitive finding of added benefit to the safety of the blood supply," the letter said.

 

 

 

 

TranquilMind
by Platinum Member on Mar. 6, 2013 at 2:46 PM
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This is hilarious.  She is stating truthful information about the implications of gay behavior and it's "hate" because you don't want to hear that. 

 But if she were pro- gay- or gay herself - promoting precisely the same behaviors, you'd be crowing about how sweet it was that she promoted "love".

Quoting mikiemom:

I assume the youtube woman is perpetuating hate, I'm not watching the video - will not give her the click.


 

Pema_Jampa
by SxyTaco on Mar. 6, 2013 at 2:51 PM

T For Tolerance? More like T for Terrible, Terrifying and Tragic.

In recently rediscovered YouTube video, posted several months ago by user "Apologetics", a teen with earnest yet offensive beliefs performs what might be one of the most ridiculous anti-gay "raps" ever.

Ironically titled "T For Tolerance," the video uses many stereotypes about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities, while insisting that all gay people are going to hell.

(Note: Bear with the rhyme scheme. It doesn't get better.)

"Don't propagate your hate, because I have a higher standard on who you date," the girl begins. "I'm not here to rally against that which the government legislates, I simply don't support a mind that is reprobate. Homosexuality is not innate. It is not a genetic trait. It cannot replicate the love between a man and a woman which God did indeed create."

It's not that the rapper is hating on members of the LGBT community, mind you, it's just that she loves them too much to see them "bake in the lake of fire for love's sake."

"Homosexuality can only imitate. It will always be a counterfeit, a fake," she says.

There's also that pesky issue of choice.

"Every person has the power to regulate the choices that they make," claims the girl, who apparently has a background in psychology. "It's always a choice with whom you fornicate."

The "rapper" also says the media is trying to "educate that this behavior is something we must tolerate. ... This is not to discriminate, but to demonstrate that same-sex relations devastate the health of many. And to advocate for this lifestyle is considered love? And to go against it is labeled hate? It's like they don't see what's at stake until it's too late."

Ultimately, the choice is a simple one in the rapper's mind -- there are only "two gates, one that is golden and one that separates. So what will it be? Your mate, or your fate?"

smalltowngal
by Platinum Member on Mar. 6, 2013 at 3:14 PM

If you look at the stats, it's most prevalent amongst black, gay  and bisexual men. Ironically, many believe that is because there is more pressure on black males to be straight even if they aren't so they end up engaging in risky behavior by their wives' backs. So this video is encouraging people to hide their sexuality which encourages the spread of HIV. Yay for her. 

Quoting TranquilMind:

 It always struck that community disproportionately hard because of the risky behaviors regularly engaged in by that community.  Sure, there was collateral damage because the virus got into the blood supply and spread around by either risky behaviors toward others or via blood transfusion (which led to the ban in the first place) or sometimes dental work or other ways of bodily fluid access.


Quoting mikiemom:


HIV does not just strike the gay community anymore that thought process is well, just bigotted. 





TranquilMind
by Platinum Member on Mar. 6, 2013 at 3:35 PM
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 Your statement is based on the faulty premise that one must "hide" the behavior instead of simply turn away from it.  Sexual orientation is not innate and you are presuming that it is, because only that argument silences opposing views.  '

It is like arguing that AA is encouraging you to "hide" your drinking rather than stop drinking and do things that are benefical instead.

 

Quoting smalltowngal:

If you look at the stats, it's most prevalent amongst black, gay  and bisexual men. Ironically, many believe that is because there is more pressure on black males to be straight even if they aren't so they end up engaging in risky behavior by their wives' backs. So this video is encouraging people to hide their sexuality which encourages the spread of HIV. Yay for her. 

Quoting TranquilMind:

 It always struck that community disproportionately hard because of the risky behaviors regularly engaged in by that community.  Sure, there was collateral damage because the virus got into the blood supply and spread around by either risky behaviors toward others or via blood transfusion (which led to the ban in the first place) or sometimes dental work or other ways of bodily fluid access.

 

Quoting mikiemom:

 

HIV does not just strike the gay community anymore that thought process is well, just bigotted. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LauraKW
by "Dude!" on Mar. 6, 2013 at 3:53 PM
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How did you make your decision to be straight?

Quoting TranquilMind:

 Your statement is based on the faulty premise that one must "hide" the behavior instead of simply turn away from it.  Sexual orientation is not innate and you are presuming that it is, because only that argument silences opposing views.  '


It is like arguing that AA is encouraging you to "hide" your drinking rather than stop drinking and do things that are benefical instead.


 


Quoting smalltowngal:


If you look at the stats, it's most prevalent amongst black, gay  and bisexual men. Ironically, many believe that is because there is more pressure on black males to be straight even if they aren't so they end up engaging in risky behavior by their wives' backs. So this video is encouraging people to hide their sexuality which encourages the spread of HIV. Yay for her. 


Quoting TranquilMind:


 It always struck that community disproportionately hard because of the risky behaviors regularly engaged in by that community.  Sure, there was collateral damage because the virus got into the blood supply and spread around by either risky behaviors toward others or via blood transfusion (which led to the ban in the first place) or sometimes dental work or other ways of bodily fluid access.


 


Quoting mikiemom:


 


HIV does not just strike the gay community anymore that thought process is well, just bigotted. 


 


 


 


 


 


 

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