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How are opposite sex relationships different from same sex relationship?
Jun 9, 2010 1:51 PM
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They are different just in the physical aspect... LOVE IS LOVE no matter who is involved =)
June 9, 2010
Where there is love and respect, there are no differences, save for the oppressive and backward laws that still exist in some countries.
June 9, 2010
Same sex relationships are not easily accepted in some parts of the United States or other countries. Most people don't see homosexuality as love, instead they view it to be scandalous which is against the will of God. Opposite sex relationships are true, you are able to build a family that way. It is much harder for homosexual couples deciding to adopt or donate. In my opinion I think it brings a lot of pressure for a child to live with that.
June 9, 2010
First of all, due to the fact that it is physically impossible to have "normal" sex with a same-sex parter, perverted sex is involved. It is also hard for such couples to build a family: they can only adopt a child, but how would you explain it to a child that they have two mums (moms), or two dads? How do such parents tell their kids about the birds and the bees? I can hardly imagine it. This is my subjective opinion. In fact, I don't mind homosexual couples, just worried about the kids.
June 15, 2010
If we speak of homosexualism, it will take centuries for people to accept it I feel pity for them (for people, mostly ^__^)
June 10, 2010
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