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You know how you really identify true un-bigoted defenders of gay rights? By the amount of homophobic jokes and mocking that they do about someone being a closet gay.

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Lindsey just wants to project normalcy.

I could be a champion of women's rights by suggesting someone suck my dick, champ.
 

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Lindsey just wants to project normalcy.

I could be a champion of women's rights by suggesting someone suck my dick, champ.
You agree with sticking your thingie in another guy. You support it and want it.

Hey, we all have our dreams.
 





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It's great to have new members that elevate the discourse here.
Well, if I say I'm against it, I want it.

If you go back a few pages, you can see you and yours elevating the discourse in the exact same way.

Hey, No Worries. You want it.
 

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Well, if I say I'm against it, I want it.

If you go back a few pages, you can see you and yours elevating the discourse in the exact same way.

Hey, No Worries. You want it.
Should I read this in a Yoda voice? Would it make more sense?
 

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Should I read this in a Yoda voice? Would it make more sense?
No need, too. You support it and want it. It's obvious. Those who continually talk or post about it have these thoughts of being with the same sex.

Haven't you heard this stance before? If not, get with the times.
 



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No need, too. You support it and want it. It's obvious. Those who continually talk or post about it have these thoughts of being with the same sex.

Haven't you heard this stance before? If not, get with the times.
Continually, like four consecutive posts? Tell me more.
 



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Do you prefer blond guys, bald guys, dark haired guys or what?

Wally and Stocker are interested observers!
 



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Your previous posts last point.
autism hasn’t exploded because autistic people are mating. Sure it might have a genetic component, but I would bet it’s more likely environmental, or something we’re putting in our bodies.
It's also likely there have always been autistic people in far greater #'s than we realized but were never diagnosed we just thought of them as "different" "eccentric" etc. Just like you claim you "see" more gay people now.
 

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I'm sure Howie loves taking it up the chute from his boyfriend but of all the arguments for homosexuality this one always strikes me as the dumbest. Are we really equating an animals drive to reproduce with human sexual behavior? Really?
Classy. F off.
 

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You know how you really identify true un-bigoted defenders of gay rights? By the amount of homophobic jokes and mocking that they do about someone being a closet gay.

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Look who learned to use the search function. Good for you.

The problem with Lindsey Graham is not that he's gay. It's that he's a giant hypocrite who will vote against gay rights and throw them under the bus to stay in the good graces of the GQP.
 

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It's also likely there have always been autistic people in far greater #'s than we realized but were never diagnosed we just thought of them as "different" "eccentric" etc. Just like you claim you "see" more gay people now.
Ah yes. Gay is genetic. There’s always been the same proportion of gays. Probably trans too. Born that way!

get serious with autism. Growth rates of 120% from 2000 to 2010. Breeding! We just didn’t notice people who can’t function.
 

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Ah yes. Gay is genetic. There’s always been the same proportion of gays.
Pretty much. Yes.

get serious with autism. Growth rates of 120% from 2000 to 2010. Breeding! We just didn’t notice people who can’t function.
When the baseline # is way off, growth %'s over time become meaningless.

I do agree it's possible that environmental factors are increasing autism, but it was also massively under-recognized in previous generations. Do you honestly disagree with that?
 

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Convincing argument. So gay penguins etc. are fake? Staged? Imaginary?
Misunderstood. Applying human thought and rationale to animals. Evolutionarily it makes zero sense.
 

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Pretty much. Yes.


When the baseline # is way off, growth %'s over time become meaningless.

I do agree it's possible that environmental factors are increasing autism, but it was also massively under-recognized in previous generations. Do you honestly disagree with that?
Rain man came out in the 80s. You’re arguing the baseline in 2000 was off by 100%? We just didn’t recognize autism in 2000?
I knew of one autistic kid in my entire school. I personally have multiple friends today with very low functioning autistic kids. This is a preposterous argument.
 

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Rain man came out in the 80s. You’re arguing the baseline in 2000 was off by 100%? We just didn’t recognize autism in 2000?
I knew of one autistic kid in my entire school. I personally have multiple friends today with very low functioning autistic kids. This is a preposterous argument.
Testing is quite a bit different.
 




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I do agree it's possible that environmental factors are increasing autism
I suppose you could argue that environmental factors can cause errors in DNA that then manifest physically in various ways.

But that still points exactly back to the DNA being susceptible in that way, as being natural.
 

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That's my assertion, yes. Highly functioning kids with spectrum disorders weren't even tested, for the most part.
So you don’t believe there is an epidemic of autism affecting kids and which is recent?

if it was purely a result of testing changes, you should see big jumps as testing changed, rather than smooth year over year 10-15% increases.
 
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So you don’t believe there is an epidemic of autism affecting kids and which is recent?
I don't. The testing is more rigorous, the defintition has been widened, and the decrease in family size has raised the number of kids indentified. Families with only one kid have more resources to fight for special ed services for their kid.
And if we are being honest, there are economic incentives to it as well.
 

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I don't. The testing is more rigorous, the defintition has been widened, and the decrease in family size has raised the number of kids indentified. Families with only one kid have more resources to fight for special ed services for their kid.
And if we are being honest, there are economic incentives to it as well.
I hope you are right.
 




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