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Necrophiliacs Will Use Supreme Court Ruling To ‘Endorse’ Their Marriages

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Necrophiliacs will try to use last week’s Supreme Court rulings that killed DOMA and Prop 8 to “endorse” their marriages, claims Les Kinsolving, the recently-retired White House correspondent for World Net Daily (WND). Kinsolving, who is also an Anglican minister and claims to be “twice nominated for the Pulitzer Prize,” wrote a WND column yesterday titled “I’m With Scalia, Not The Zoophiliacs.”

The list of comparisons Christian conservatives have made up to respond to the Supreme Court’s decisions last week supporting the rights of same-sex couples to marry is long, but this one beats even Concerned Women For America’s Janice Shaw Crouse’s claim that the Supreme Court’s decision on DOMA last week will lead to a “bleak future” including “imprisonment” for Christians.

Claiming that an America without sexual orientation discrimination “should be an absolute boon for those alternate Mormons who still believe in polygamy – as well as the polyandrous (women who would like to have more than one husband at a time)” Kinsolving writes:

Then, consider the great joy of members of the North American Man/Boy Love Association, or NAMBLA, which was allowed to march – men with their small boy lovers – in gay parades in both New York and San Francisco.

Among the many other alternate sexual orientations that may well be counted upon to cite this Supreme Court decision are:

The incestuous;

Necrophiliacs (providing they properly and healthily preserve the corpses);
Zoophiliacs, who practice bestiality (providing this form of sexual expression is applied only to freely consenting beasts).

The American Family Association Online has noted that the American Psychiatric Association has published 30 sexual orientations, beginning with apotemnophilia (sexual arousal associated with a stump of an amputee), asphyxophilia (sexual gratification from oxygen deprivation) and autogenophilia (sexual arousal of a man by perception of himself as a woman or dressed as a woman).

Of course, Kinsolving is wrong — way wrong.

“Kinsolving cites the myth – popularized by the American Family Association, a notorious anti-gay hate group – that the American Psychiatric Association recognizes 30 different sexual orientations, including the aforementioned practices, to baselessly push this prediction,” Media Matters reports. “In reality, the association does no such thing. But stubborn things like facts won’t stand in the way of WND and its ensemble of conspiracy cranks, bigots, and homophobes.”

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Is this guy for real? I have to wonder at the mental health of people who come up with this BS. Corpses cannot consent, derp.

 


Thank God......it's Friday!!!

by on Jul. 2, 2013 at 5:38 PM
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TranquilMind
by Platinum Member on Jul. 2, 2013 at 7:25 PM

 Can live persons enter contracts regarding what happens to their remains?  Why, yes...they can, already.  All we need to do for this to happen is to expand the categories.

Quoting Friday:


Quoting TranquilMind:

 You think whack jobs can't get things notarized?  Of course it would have to be a written agreement. That doesn't mean it can't happen.

Quoting SunshneDaydream:

That would have to be in writing, signed, and possibly notorized.  Next?

Quoting TranquilMind:

 This assumes that no person will ever be able to marry anything other than a consensual adult.  I wouldn't be too sure.

I can see arguments being made that Jane Doe consented to the necrophiliac marriage prior to her death in order to satisfy her husband's "orientation" toward that kind of thing. 

Quoting kailu1835:

It won't hold up. If a person is unable to provide consent, they cannot marry.

 


 

Really? Corpses can't enter into legal contracts.

 

Friday
by HRH of MJ on Jul. 2, 2013 at 7:32 PM


Quoting fireangel5:

NAMBLA really marches in the pride parades?

I read that NAMBLA broke up a few years ago.

 


Thank God......it's Friday!!!

Friday
by HRH of MJ on Jul. 2, 2013 at 7:36 PM
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Quoting TranquilMind:

 Can live persons enter contracts regarding what happens to their remains?  Why, yes...they can, already.  All we need to do for this to happen is to expand the categories.

Quoting Friday:


Quoting TranquilMind:

 You think whack jobs can't get things notarized?  Of course it would have to be a written agreement. That doesn't mean it can't happen.

Quoting SunshneDaydream:

That would have to be in writing, signed, and possibly notorized.  Next?

Quoting TranquilMind:

 This assumes that no person will ever be able to marry anything other than a consensual adult.  I wouldn't be too sure.

I can see arguments being made that Jane Doe consented to the necrophiliac marriage prior to her death in order to satisfy her husband's "orientation" toward that kind of thing. 

Quoting kailu1835:

It won't hold up. If a person is unable to provide consent, they cannot marry.

 


 

Really? Corpses can't enter into legal contracts.

 

Sure, if someone wants to leave their remains to their necro friend they can do that. What does marriage have to do with it? They can't claim a corpse on their taxes nor do they need to be able to make medical or end of life decisions for a corpse and the corpse can't do any of that for their 'spouse'.

Completely ridiculous.

 


Thank God......it's Friday!!!

fireangel5
by Gold Member on Jul. 2, 2013 at 7:38 PM


God I hope so. 

Quoting Friday:


Quoting fireangel5:

NAMBLA really marches in the pride parades?

I read that NAMBLA broke up a few years ago.



romalove
by Roma on Jul. 2, 2013 at 7:38 PM
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Quoting Friday:


Quoting TranquilMind:

 Can live persons enter contracts regarding what happens to their remains?  Why, yes...they can, already.  All we need to do for this to happen is to expand the categories.

Quoting Friday:


Quoting TranquilMind:

 You think whack jobs can't get things notarized?  Of course it would have to be a written agreement. That doesn't mean it can't happen.

Quoting SunshneDaydream:

That would have to be in writing, signed, and possibly notorized.  Next?

Quoting TranquilMind:

 This assumes that no person will ever be able to marry anything other than a consensual adult.  I wouldn't be too sure.

I can see arguments being made that Jane Doe consented to the necrophiliac marriage prior to her death in order to satisfy her husband's "orientation" toward that kind of thing. 

Quoting kailu1835:

It won't hold up. If a person is unable to provide consent, they cannot marry.

 


 

Really? Corpses can't enter into legal contracts.

 

Sure, if someone wants to leave their remains to their necro friend they can do that. What does marriage have to do with it? They can't claim a corpse on their taxes nor do they need to be able to make medical or end of life decisions for a corpse and the corpse can't do any of that for their 'spouse'.

Completely ridiculous.

This conversation made me literally LOL.


shannonnigans
by Platinum Member on Jul. 2, 2013 at 7:38 PM
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Humor me. Just answer yes or no, honestly. Are you really concerned about this?


Quoting TranquilMind:

 Can live persons enter contracts regarding what happens to their remains?  Why, yes...they can, already.  All we need to do for this to happen is to expand the categories.


Quoting Friday:




Quoting TranquilMind:


 You think whack jobs can't get things notarized?  Of course it would have to be a written agreement. That doesn't mean it can't happen.


Quoting SunshneDaydream:


That would have to be in writing, signed, and possibly notorized.  Next?


Quoting TranquilMind:


 This assumes that no person will ever be able to marry anything other than a consensual adult.  I wouldn't be too sure.


I can see arguments being made that Jane Doe consented to the necrophiliac marriage prior to her death in order to satisfy her husband's "orientation" toward that kind of thing. 


Quoting kailu1835:

It won't hold up. If a person is unable to provide consent, they cannot marry.

 




 


Really? Corpses can't enter into legal contracts.


 


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romalove
by Roma on Jul. 2, 2013 at 7:40 PM
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The good thing about marrying a corpse is that they can't do too much complaining.  They also can't be physically or emotionally abusive.  And, now that I think about it, they are no longer farting, so they aren't harming the ozone layer or planet.

This may be a good thing, now that I think about it, one that should be encouraged.

SuperChicken
by on Jul. 2, 2013 at 7:42 PM
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They also don't eat much.  On the other hand, they don't help with the rent or their share of the house cleaning.  


Quoting romalove:

The good thing about marrying a corpse is that they can't do too much complaining.  They also can't be physically or emotionally abusive.  And, now that I think about it, they are no longer farting, so they aren't harming the ozone layer or planet.

This may be a good thing, now that I think about it, one that should be encouraged.


 

SuperChicken
by on Jul. 2, 2013 at 7:42 PM
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I love Cafemom.   Only here would I have access to such hilarious conversation :)

Friday
by HRH of MJ on Jul. 2, 2013 at 7:43 PM
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Quoting romalove:

The good thing about marrying a corpse is that they can't do too much complaining.  They also can't be physically or emotionally abusive.  And, now that I think about it, they are no longer farting, so they aren't harming the ozone layer or planet.

This may be a good thing, now that I think about it, one that should be encouraged.

They don't eat much, take up space or make much of a mess, unless you move them around a lot.

No income, though. Maybe we should make a list of pros and cons to decide?


 


Thank God......it's Friday!!!

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