Pat Robertson wants to vomit when he sees gay couples kissing

I believe in God, and unfortunately, people like Pat Robertson and the like, have lumped many christians into this bucket of being intolerant, hate mongers. I won't 'judge' him or anyone, but to me...he is not a good representation of love and peace.

He misinterprets the Bible on a constant basis, of the clips I've seen of him. How has he such a following, no earthly idea. *shrug*

@ youreyes...'white women' need more than a magic wand to make them happy. as a matter of fact, believe it or not...the size of a man's 'dick' is not on the top of our priority scales when seeking a mate.
 
I ask you to notice the types of white women who become a couple with the black men. The woman's social status, her wage, her lifestyle, drug history, number of children, ex-boyfriend history, convictions, etc.
My best friend's boyfriend is Afro-American. She's a highly-paid professional, thoroughly middle-class in her lifestyle, hasn't tried as many drugs as most Americans have, and is a widow who did a fabulous job of raising two children to adulthood. She and her BF have been together for 11 years.

On her behalf, I resent your rude remark.

You certainly don't know much about women if you really believe that "big dicks and more testosterone" is what very many of them are looking for, especially when they get past age 35. (She was 54 when they met.) I wonder how many women you know personally, with an attitude like that. ;)

Women want love, and the sex comes later. Men just want sex. The love is irrelevant to most of us.
 
My best friend's boyfriend is Afro-American. She's a highly-paid professional, thoroughly middle-class in her lifestyle, hasn't tried as many drugs as most Americans have, and is a widow who did a fabulous job of raising two children to adulthood. She and her BF have been together for 11 years.

On her behalf, I resent your rude remark.

You certainly don't know much about women if you really believe that "big dicks and more testosterone" is what very many of them are looking for, especially when they get past age 35. (She was 54 when they met.) I wonder how many women you know personally, with an attitude like that. ;)

Women want love, and the sex comes later. Men just want sex. The love is irrelevant to most of us.

Not all women want love; I have been in love and it inevitably leads to loss... :( in some form or fashion.

But...I appreciate your comment here. Well stated.
 
"As one of America's most controversial televangelists, Pat Robertson has never attempted to keep his decidedly anti-gay opinions to himself.

On Monday, Robertson proved his disdain for members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community on social media after joking that he wishes Facebook had a "Vomit" button for pictures of LGBT people kissing.
i like the vomit button idea.
i keep trying to picture myself passionately kissing another man and i keep arriving at the same conclusion:
for what end? what would be the purpose?
there is no way in hell i would "love" another man like i do women.

on the other hand gays aren't something new, they are as old as humanity itself.

my 2 cents, get a grip and relax.
 
i keep trying to picture myself passionately kissing another man and i keep arriving at the same conclusion:
for what end? what would be the purpose?
there is no way in hell i would "love" another man like i do women.

What would be the purpose of you passionately kissing a woman? I can think of a lot of people who would want a "vomit" button for that,
 
Not all women want love . . . .
True. Nonetheless there are a lot more women who are looking for love, than ones who are only looking for sex. With men it's quite the opposite.

I think it was Chris Rock who said, "For a man to realize he's fallen in love is pretty much the same as realizing he stepped in something on the sidewalk. He says, 'Oh crap, I'm in love again'!"

I have been in love and it inevitably leads to loss... :( in some form or fashion.
I'm so sorry. But what was the experience like before it ended in loss?

It's acknowledged that humans are programmed to remember happy experiences much longer and more clearly than unpleasant ones. (If it weren't for this, no woman would have a second baby.) I hope your losses fade a little, as the memories of your happy times come to dominate them.

Not to mention, any romance that ends is almost sure to cause at least a modicum of loss. The goal is to finally find the one that doesn't end, at least not until you're both 90 and one dies--that is forgivable.
 
What would be the purpose of you passionately kissing a woman?
gee, i have no clue why i would want to passionately kiss a woman
I can think of a lot of people who would want a "vomit" button for that,
then they have never been truly kissed, those pheromones can put you in la la land you know.
 
oh please dear mods forgive me but someone has to say it:

the only thing i can say to pat robertson is,
PUKE M@TH$RF&CK*R ! !
 
True. Nonetheless there are a lot more women who are looking for love, than ones who are only looking for sex. With men it's quite the opposite.

Agreed. I dare say, women will seek emotional connection (and that can be sometimes, love) moreso than men. That is NOT TO SAY dear men reading this...lol...that you don't want an emotional connection, as well. :eek: But, it just means...attraction for women and men are two different things. And that's good. Because we are different from one another. I don't think like a man, and a man doesn't think like me. That is as it should be, I'd say...biologically speaking. :)

I think it was Chris Rock who said, "For a man to realize he's fallen in love is pretty much the same as realizing he stepped in something on the sidewalk. He says, 'Oh crap, I'm in love again'!"

haha :D he might be onto something there.

I'm so sorry. But what was the experience like before it ended in loss?

All my experiences before losing them, were very good. Cloud nine kind of feelings. I dare say, my logic is a bit flawed. Basically, I don't want to suffer anymore loss. I know this comes from loss early in childhood. So...I perceive being in a love or...loving another...as a pathway to loss. Sounds so dismal I know. I can let myself go to a point. And then, my heart develops this barricade...'preparing' for loss. I have been accused of sabotaging relationships. Maybe they are right. But, it isn't out of malice. It was to protect myself from loss. :(

It's acknowledged that humans are programmed to remember happy experiences much longer and more clearly than unpleasant ones. (If it weren't for this, no woman would have a second baby.) I hope your losses fade a little, as the memories of your happy times come to dominate them.

True and thank you.

Not to mention, any romance that ends is almost sure to cause at least a modicum of loss. The goal is to finally find the one that doesn't end, at least not until you're both 90 and one dies--that is forgivable.

Any loss is what I fear. I suffered loss as a child. And I know my whole life has been around insulating myself from further loss. I had a guy tell me once...'you live your life sitting on a bench, watching the game. You need to get in the game. You may get hurt, but at least you will have played.'

I think about what he said A LOT. :eek:

Damn him, I think he was right. But, it is hard to change when you have been a particular way for so very long. You know? :/

Thank you for your thoughtful remarks. They have helped.

/end of therapy session with Dr Fraggle :D

(edit to add...and to men who think women play games. that very well could be. but then again, she might be afraid. i'm just giving you another angle to look at. sometimes we do dumb things, when we are fearful.)
 
gee, i have no clue why i would want to passionately kiss a woman

If you can answer your own sarcastic question, it might answer your earlier non-sarcastic question!

then they have never been truly kissed, those pheromones can put you in la la land you know.

True for gay men and women as well.
 
True. Nonetheless there are a lot more women who are looking for love, than ones who are only looking for sex. With men it's quite the opposite.

Firstly that is a gross over exaggeration, according to this:
http://www.statisticbrain.com/online-dating-statistics/

52.4% of online dating users are men and 47.6% are women, ie the break down is almost 50:50, now sure the method might skew one way or the other (men might prefer online, women through friends or whatever it might be) but that statistic ALONE shows that men are after more than just sex. If they wern't then that money could be better spent on escorts than dating sites

Secondly even IF it was accurate how much of that is biological and how much environment?
Look at the rampant sexism coming through in one of the fastest growing entertainment industries, gaming

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7wnTunPrQJo

"you can't make the dude like the player kiss another dude in the game, that's going to feel awkward"

That's what the makers of mirrors edge were told when they wanted to give the main character a meaningful sexual relationship in the game. Tell me THAT doesn't fuck with women's (and men's) perceptions on sexual norms. If women are never allowed to be shown INTERESTED in sex but are forced to be shown as sex objects how can anyone argue that this wont screw up there perceptions ESPECIALLY when games are still most popular amongst the group who are trying to work out there sexuality and sexual identity, ie teenagers and young adults
 
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