My Japanese class teacher (who is actually from Japan) was talking about voting in the election one day... it was hilarious. And another day, she was talking about having to get something from the "fax machine"... you can probably imagine what it sounded like. XD
(BraveAndVigilantK...): For your information, I'm not gay. Believe it or not, there are people other than homosexuals that believe in gay rights. This is 2010. Be more openminded, troll.
(BraveAndVigilantK...): You're sick.
(BraveAndVigilantK...): You think lesbians are only here for entertainment? You are disgusting.
You don't have to be religious to get married...
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Yeah there was symbolism but nowadays music outright talks about sex and is very vulgar. Of course there has always been music about sex but all the songs I've heard from way back when about sex weren't vulgar about it.
I feel the exact same way :/
No I'm not saying no love, quite the opposite. I'm saying that love takes time.
I don't. You can be infatuated by someone or attracted to someone at first sight, but to truly fall in love that takes time to get to know each other.
We're just point out your flawed logic here.
Romeo and Juliet weren't in love. He was on the rebound from being turned down by Rosaline and became infatuated by her. Typical fickle teenage boy.
Plus, the times were a lot different back then. It was normal to get married around then because middle-aged was around 30 or 40. Now it is not.
Thanks, I didn't know I was a cigarette.
It's not your fucking place to tell people it's wrong to love someone just because they are of the same sex.
I don't believe it's a choice to be gay or straight. Who the hell would want to purposefully go against society like that? So many people think it's wrong and no one wants to be an outcast. People can try as hard as they want to repress their true feelings, but in the end, its in your nature.
This is just another example of the hideous double standards in our society today.