Toward a Legal and Social Foundation for Gay Rights

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In the battle for equality for gay men and women, some legal foundations are better than others. More
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Language: English
ISBN: 9781301429684
About Kenneth Denson

Hi, I'm Kenneth Denson and I live in the Elmwood Neighborhood of Oak Cliff. I work in cloud computing and social media. I like horror movies & pictures of cats.

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Review by: George Mercurio on Feb. 14, 2013 :
Geline, two can play the trolling critique game. World is overpopulated huh? Like hell it is, it's just underdeveloped. And if you think it's overpopulated do us all a favor... don't have children. Secondly Eliza never claimed to be Christian you're just going on an anti-religious rant of your own. And she's right that if nature wanted two men to procreate it'd have made it possible for them to do so. Or two women. It's not natural and so what if other species turn gay? We humans are the dominant species on the planet, not those other ones they're nothing. Monkeys sit in cages and throw their shit at people at the zoo, we humans went to the moon, explored space, created masterpieces in art. Who's more advanced?
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Review by: Geline Spinks on Nov. 23, 2012 :
1st off, if you want to go quoting nature, why don't you do some research. Gay behavior has been observed in close to 1,500 species and is well documented for 500 of them.
2nd, not everyone in this country is Christian or answers to a God. Our laws should not be based on such. If all our laws were based on the bible, women's rights would not be where they are today. Should women having children out of wedlock or having affairs be stripped of their rights? No. 3rd, by my understanding of your statement that gays should not be able to marry because they cannot "procreate", what about women who can't carry a child on their own. Many of the methods women go to in order to get pregnant are not "natural". By your statement below that woman should except the way nature intended it.
4th, The whole freaks/parade comment shows your ignorance. Straight people don't show what freaks they can be on Mardi Gras?????? Have you even been to Mardis Gras? Girls flashing their boobs for beads from guys? Ring a bell? I think you should go examine yourself and your own sins before judging others. Calling people freaks and telling them to burn in hell because of your religion, what a good little Christian. Sickens me how many "Christians" make hateful and ignorant comments like that.
(I am not even going to go on a rant about the world being overpopulated and many straight couples have disgraced the "sacred bond" over the years)

P.S. Thanks for the book Kenneth! :D
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Review by: Eliza Fanning on Nov. 22, 2012 :
I am opposed to the idea of gay marriage because it is a sacred bond between a man and a woman for the purpose of procreating and thus perpetuating the human species. If two males could procreate without the aid of science or two women then they can get married, until that day why should we as mainstream society give them that right. I don't care how many people you quote, nature is the way it is for a reason. God doesn't make mistakes and you are wrong. Gays, you hereby have the right to live in sin and to burn in hell for your crimes against nature. God is watching. Also, if you want the right to marry and be treated as 'normal' i.e. the same as everyone else, why do you need to have mardi gras and show us all what ridiculous freaks you are? Big parades and floats and all the rest?
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