Understand that the people whom said it are **** & that by saying these kind of things they're trying to drum up support for their cause by: using a slippery slope argument, lying, using fear, misleading purposefully to pursue an agenda, & inciting hatred. Ya know, using hate speech?
As I said before, pro homosexual supporters always use the civil rights and women's movements as their foundation for their arguments, but when people use the SAME EXACT rationale for other forms of sexuality, it becomes a "slippery slope". It's either a valid rationale or it's not.
Child lovers hurt children, @#%^.
Oh really? Let's examine this.
What defines a child? Are you defining by maturity or by age? Current societies use age for legal definitions, but the reasoning is due to the immaturity and understanding of the child. So a 17 year old girl is protected by law from the 47 year old man because she is too "immature" to understand life, but magically when she turns 18, she is ready, because 18 year olds are matured individuals that fully understand life.
How is it that two 15 year old high school students can be in a relationship, be in love, plan to marry, want to run away together, be sexually active and that be legal, but add a 47 year old, then it's "wrong"? What's the difference? The said teen is already participating in the very same things. What is difference? How is it ok with another 15 year old, but not with a 47 year old?
If you want to look at it in the long run, who is she better off with? The 15 year old boy who has no job, house and understanding of life. Or Mr. Johnson, the 35 year old social economics teacher with a job, house and life experience?
I'm not advocating "child love", I'm just keeping it real. Societies world wide had such relationships as norms at one point in time of their history. As a society, we just decided to say that's "icky" and prevented it from happening. That is no different than what some people are doing towards homosexuals.
You don't have to like it, just stop being such a **** about it. I think furries are creepy, but they aren't hurting anyone, so why worry about it?
Being a **** My point is that you can say things like "I think furries are creepy" and not be labeled a bigot who want furries dead. You realize that it is perfectly plausible to totally disagree with their lifestyle and not hate them as a person. That same treatment isn't equal towards homosexuals. If you don't support homosexuality 110%, then you are homophobic bigot, no different than the KKK. So, who's using hate speech now?
WHy do you, personally, have such a hard-on for the gays? If you're secretly worried you might be gay, there's a test you can take: suck a **** if you like it, you're probably into dudes.
This is exactly my point. Hate speech. Say anything contrary to the homosexual life style and you're secretly a homosexual or a homophobe. How come people can't say "I think homosexuality is wrong" and not be a homophobic bigot like you are towards furries?