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Old February 25th, 2006, 11:32 AM  
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Name: Matt
Join Date: May 31, 2005
Location: usa
Age: 27
Gender: Male

Originally Posted by --Josh--
This is kind of hard for me to put into words..

I'm a Christian, and homosexuality of any kind clearly goes against it, and in my religion, marriage is supposed to be the joining of a man/woman. So if I where forced to vote, I'd choose no, because of morals. BUT, as far as if it where legalized, it wouldn't really bother me that much. Everyone has a choice - whether my beliefs coincide with it or not. So, I'd have to vote no. BUT, I'm not a homophobe, or trying to be rude in -ANY- way. To any homosexuals on this board - I respect you guys, your beliefs, and your choices - Please understand me in that.
Of course Pro activists and Traditional activists can get along, as long as we respect each other. When are respect is lost, so shall the argument be lost.

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