Christians response to gay marriage?

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Dude653

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I would not raise my children to be "gay".
That's not given as an option in the meme, but mine is one option and the right option according to God's Word.
Nobody is doing that. Nobody says to their child "know what, I think you should be gay"
 

Dude653

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That is making an assumption. No one has a right to talk to my child behind my back, for any reason. Especially when it comes to their sexuality. It is no ones business but the parent and child. We have hospitals today that are doing the same thing that we use to accuse third world countries of, genital mutilation. Nothing or no one would come between me and my child. No one has that right.
I completely get what you're saying but what about a kid who's dealing with gender dysphoria. And is afraid to talk to his or her parents about it
The guidance counselor could call the parents to say hey let's get together and sit down and talk about this
You never know, it may actually stop a teenager from committing suicide if he or she just has someone to talk to
Gender dysphoria is a real neurological condition in which a person feels as if he or she is the opposite gender
 
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I completely get what you're saying but what about a kid who's dealing with gender dysphoria. And is afraid to talk to his or her parents about it
The guidance counselor could call the parents to say hey let's get together and sit down and talk about this
You never know, it may actually stop a teenager from committing suicide if he or she just has someone to talk to
Gender dysphoria is a real neurological condition in which a person feels as if he or she is the opposite gender
Yes because it is a life changing decision, and at that age you are very vulnerable. I never thought I would marry, ever. And as time passed it seemed less likely. As you probably know I was in my 40s before I first dated and met my husband, I've mentioned it here before. So your life can change very quickly, you can think, especially as a teen, this is who you will be for life. You are too young to make that decision, especially without parents. I agree with you.
 
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As a voting block, liberal democrats base their decisions on emotions rather than reason or logic. That’s indisputable.
Just my opinion but I feel like both sides are prone irrelevant emotional rhetoric. That's why I'm a centrist