Homosexuality

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Homosexuality

Postby kiasimom » Sun Apr 04, 2010 10:42 am

How do you view homosexuality?

Do you discriminate your friends if they have a different sex inclination?

What will you do if you find out your spouse is bisexual?

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Postby Guest » Sun Apr 04, 2010 10:59 am

Wah kiasimum, why you new comeback first topic so heavy going.....
Need alot of braincells to discuss this.... :)
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Re: Homosexuality

Postby pinkapple » Sun Apr 04, 2010 11:28 am

kiasimom wrote:How do you view homosexuality?


It's unnatural.
Gen1:27 "So God created man in his own image,
in the image of God he created him;
male and female he created them."
There is no in-between.

kiasimom wrote:Do you discriminate your friends if they have a different sex inclination?


No. it's just like another traits they have. though I will not agree with them.

just like if they smoke, I won't discriminate them though I don't like them doing it.

kiasimom wrote:
What will you do if you find out your spouse is bisexual?


send him for counselling. if he's not willing to change, divorce him.

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Postby kiasimom » Sun Apr 04, 2010 11:29 am

ks2me wrote:Wah kiasimum, why you new comeback first topic so heavy going.....
Need alot of braincells to discuss this.... :)



Wahaha :wink: kiasimom likes to drill ppl's braincells...kekeke

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Postby westmom » Sun Apr 04, 2010 2:43 pm

Kiasimum....for more dose, you can get more insight of different parents' perspective from a past tailend of a KSP thread..under the heading "do you care about AWARE" or something like that. I can't seem to locate it now. I remember there was a heated debate re homosexuality with very interesting opinions and views...

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Postby schellen » Sun Apr 04, 2010 7:28 pm

1. it's ok.
2. no, of course not.
3. so what? he chose me and i him.

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Postby tutormum » Sun Apr 04, 2010 10:02 pm

It's not right and as a Christian, I treat it as one of the sins. I don't discriminate them as a person though cos they are also part of God's creation except for their inclination. I have had a friend in my teens who wanted a sex change. He knew how people looked at him and took all the teasing in his strife. He's very kind and has a beautiful soul. In fact, he has more fashion sense and dressed up better than most women I knew. :siam: DH is definitely not one. If he is, I won't have married him in the first place. :wink:

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Postby Guest » Sun Apr 04, 2010 10:24 pm

After renewal of braincells, here's my attempt:

1. It is unnatural. We should stop defying Mother Nature and change rules we are not capable of changing and tip the balance. People are sometimes too smart these days that they become foolish. People born like that are not by choice, so that is a hormonal-inbalance issues that needs treatment and most would have gone the sex change way if they know they have to make a choice on how to live. I have utmost respect for one born-male Chinese dancer who has undergone the transformation and now happily married to a German guy with a few adopted kids. That, is respecting Mother Nature. So I will NEVER openly embrace homosexuality but I also do not discriminate them.

2. No. Even if the gay is not born gay but chooses to be gay, looking at the context of work and socialisation, I would not discriminate.
However, if you try to influence me to join you or make any propaganda about being gay is :cool: , I will
Image you. As long as being gay does not affect work performance and socialisation, why discriminate? Behind a gay is also a human, we just need to understand this human. They have already made their decision, that is a fact.

3. If I know he is that when I tie the knot, then not his fault. I went in with my eyes open. However, if I find out he is after years of marriage, I would be :x , not because he is bisexual, but firstly, he has not been truthful in a marriage. In all marriages, trust comes first and cannot be breached. Secondly, he may potentially be putting me at risk of AIDS which I should be given a choice to know if I want in or out! That again, breach the mutual respect needed in a marriage.

Now kiasimom, it makes me wonder if you have disappeared for 2 months to research on this cheem topic????
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Postby Mrsbongz » Mon Apr 05, 2010 2:26 pm

Hmm..don flame me.. my personal opinion.. I think it is just a sexual preference. Some pple prefer girls some prefer guys.. like food preference.. some take chilli with everything, others don.. :) I have friends who have asked me why I wouldn't consider being with another woman, when I have not tried it before?? who is to say i will not like it??

I think it's a preference because I have known of friends who dated both sexes and choose to settle down with the opposite sex. Ultimately, it boils down to who they love and want to spend the rest of their lives with.

I'm a christian too, n I believe God made only male and female... I've nothing against homosexuals.. but I do get quite fed up when they blame god that 'they are made this way'.. :P We all have a choice in our behaviour and lives.. I have friends who choose to be with partners of the same gender, and I respect them for their choices. just as they respect that I choose to follow God's way, and be with only guys.. :)

As for the last qns, I don think I will care, afterall, he chose me to spend the rest of his life with.. it's rather flattering to think that he chose be with you over other girls AND guys, don u think?? .. lol..

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Re: Homosexuality

Postby westmom » Mon Apr 05, 2010 8:19 pm

kiasimom wrote:How do you view homosexuality?




To answer this truthfully, ask ourselves what do we want our child/kid to be? The answer is more or less there....

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