“Fuck you heartsways. Damn this woman and her stories.”
I think they either REALLY liked Riptide. Or they REALLY didn’t. ;)
Thank you, dear!
Oh yeah, you and your stealthy skills. ;)
Reasons to Date Me:
- No one will ever try to steal me away from you.
- Sometimes I’m funny.
That’s all i have
It isn’t bigoted to believe that marriage should remain what it has been in virtually every society which has ever existed on Earth: an institution formulated principally for the rearing of children. Marriage evolved not so that two people who fall in love can have a big party and invite along all their friends to celebrate but to keep father and mother together in a stable relationship while they bring up their children.
Of course not all marriages result in children and many marriages sadly fail but even in an age of hedonism marriage remains a building block of civilised society.
Why can’t those who believe that marriage should remain an arrangement between one man and one woman be respected for their views? Denouncing them as bigots - or even “swivel-eyed loons” - is exactly the same kind of casual hatred that homosexuals used to have to put up with.
It is the sort of language which evolves when one group of people, who feel safe in each other’s company, start to denounce another group of whom they disapprove.
Among the metropolitan political classes it is now open season on people who hold socially conservative views. Equalities minister Lynne Featherstone calls opponents of gay marriage “homophobic”. Richard Reeves, Nick Clegg’s former political strategist, has gone further, claiming “I have no doubt that the opponents of same-sex marriages will be seen in the same light as those who opposed mixed-race marriages”. In other words let’s not just make out that they are a bunch of nasty homophobes, let’s call them racists too."