So, I didn't have a good picture of a rainbow.
Enjoy this picture of a tree I took a while ago.
Specifically, what's the reasoning behind not allowing it? What about it, exactly, compromises the integrity of hetero marriage? What is so offensive about a man liking another man that causes such a burden to one's own relationship? I can't fathom it, but I'd love to have a good, clean, logical debate about it.
Here's a picture of a cool flower I took once.
How far does one suppose this sort of argument would work? It seems a fitting corollary to the argument of same-sex relations. Obviously, I'm not proposing that we eliminate religions. Although, I don't know of any gay couples killing children by faith healing. I don't know of any lesbians hacking up straight people in the streets. I've yet to hear of the LGBT activists who commit genocide in the name of being homosexual. I don't know of a single instance of a homosexual person trying to change the orientation of a straight person, no matter how much straight people might insist otherwise.
This is one of the kinds of things I make in my free time.
This is also the proper way to use the word 'kinds,' creationists.
Still, all of that aside, the question remains why some people feel this is an illogical thing. What exactly is sanctimonious about someone else doing something you don't like, that literally has no effect upon your life? Why shouldn't gay people be afforded the same rights as straight people? When did you choose to be straight, as it were? Are these questions you can answer in a logical fashion? If so, the comments are below, let's have a chat for everyone to see, in the forum style your gods and prophets so dearly loved!
That's right, a different kind of thing.
OR IS IT!? Nope, they're both made of yarn.
Can't be different kinds. They start as a ball.
They turn into two things. How is it possible, creationists?
HOW? WHERE IS YOUR GOD NOW!?