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https://www.npr.org/2015/07/02/41955475 ... vil-rights
https://www.floridatoday.com/story/opin ... 564436002/
https://www.thecrimson.com/article/1990 ... gays-pbto/
https://www.lgbtmap.org/file/talking-ab ... ricans.pdf
https://www.usnews.com/news/articles/20 ... gay-rights
https://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/24 ... -insult-to
the links provided include my reasons why the comparison of the two is considered disingenuous and an insult to black people. But gays like you (i realize you pushing hard for gay rights... sus) probably don't understand that. They will use whatever resources to justify there actions to sex does of the same gender. Something that goes against the fundamentals of nature. Anyway this is my last post to you have a good day and remember to stay safe, it is scientifically proven that gay people are more likely to get AIDs than straight people
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As the Papal headlines got exaggerated, we find it necessary to provide some gathered information that might help all of you. #ShareTheTruth #iAmCatholic #ConvivenciaCivil
Pope Francis has spoken before to encourage parents and relatives not to ostracize or shun children who have identified as LGBT. This seems to be the sense in which the pope spoke about the right of people to be a part of the family.
Pope Francis say NOTHING about same-sex marriage in the documentary entitled "Francesco".
He never promote civil union but he is talking about the state to make a law in protecting homosexual people in their civil life from social rejection.
This is what Pope Francis said:
"Homosexual people have the right to be in the family. They are children of God, they have the right to a family. No one can be thrown out of the family, or make life impossible for that."
"What we have to do is a civil coexistence law. They have the right to be covered legally. I defended that", he added.
As you can see, where does Pope Francis say that he supports civil unions or civil marriage?
The Holy Father used the term "Covivencia Civil" or Civil Co-existence and not Civil Same-Sex Unions. In the documentary, he speaks in Spanish and mistakenly translated in the provided English subtitles.
Civil coexistence law that the Pope refers to is to protect homosexual people from mistreatment and social rejection in their own family circles.
Pope Francis is defending what the Church has always defended, the dignity of the people, and is proposing civil laws to protect homosexuals from abuse in their own family environments, who are often rejected by their own parents, siblings, and relatives.
Brethren, do not let yourself be FOOLED or manipulated by anyone. Pope Francis is not encouraging homosexual unions. His words are taken out of context.
Headlines from mainstream media is a MISUNDERSTOOD, MISQUOTED, and MISINTERPRETED statement of the Pope.
NOT CONVINCED? I humbly advise you to watch that documentary. Read and study the teachings of the Catholic Church. And never put your Catholic faith on the basis of what you hear and read on social media.
God bless you!
Duane 3NE 2NR wrote:Listen to Father Harvey at around 25:30
Dohplaydat wrote:Gay rights debate on Ugandan national TV. Might be good for some trinis to watch and listen too.