saves_the_day's picture

A friend of mine sent this paragraph to me this morning and I felt that
it should be shared. If you really think about it, there is more truth
behind the statement than anything. Enjoy.

SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT: Slavery was also a traditional institution,
based on traditions that went back to the very beginnings of human
history- further back, even, than marriage as we know it. But by the
19th century, humanity had generally recognized the evils of that
institution, and has since made a serious effort to abolish it. Why
not recognize the truth that there is no moral ground on which to
support the tradition of marriage as a strictly heterosexual institution,
and remove the restriction?


raining men's picture


Welcome to the slow progress of the human race

"Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suf-fer-ing"

Hyacinthus's picture

I agree completely, i don't k

I agree completely, i don't know why society hasn't realized it yet!

"The French are glad to die for love, they delight in fighting duels. But I like a man who lives, and gives expensive jewels"

Hobbit's picture


Maybe zeitgeist will be on our side soon. (wow I love that word)

I'm not suffering from insanity, I'm enjoying every moment of it