Prop 8: A Thought

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For those of you who think that voting yes on Prop 8 is not the equivalent to hate, try exchanging “same-sex marriages” or “interracial marriages” or “black marriages” or “non-Christian marriages,” etc. Any way you look at this, to remove someone’s right to marriage is an act of hate.

And to those idiots who keep putting up the ads for Prop 8 that claim that gay marriage will be taught in schools: has it ever occurred to you that your kids are already being taught about homosexuals anyway and that there’s absolutely nothing you can do about that? Making the argument you are making is basically saying you want to put your kids’ heads in the sand like ostriches. And then what happens when they go into the real world and find out that things aren’t this rosy heterosexuals-only world?

No matter how you look at this, gay marriage is going to become a reality eventually. If we ban it now it’s only a matter of time before we unban it. You can fight it all you want, but you’re going to lose. And while you are fighting it rational people are associating you with the same people that believed that God mandated them to keep blacks as slaves or to maintain segregation. Heterosexuality is not the supreme sex just as white is not the supreme race.

That is all.

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Shaun Duke is an aspiring writer, a reviewer, and an academic. He is currently a graduate student at the University of Florida studying science fiction, postcolonialism, posthumanism, and fantasy.

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