Taiwan First Asian Country To Legalize Same-Sex Marriage
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The #LoveWins has been in full effect for the last day. 

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Unfortunately I don't have any "fun facts" about me unless being a practicing Catholic counts.

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I can imagine how easy now it would be to tell people that they are just a vassal state of the west. Is there a western nation that hasn't succumb to this lie? Poland hasn't and they are a part of the same alliances.

We can't be spared from chastisements when our nations celebrate and pass sodomy into their laws. Hopefully it can be mitigated though. Please pray for Australia, just voted today and if Labor and Greens (Bill Shorten) gain power, we will be screwed. Labor and Greens here are akin to the Democrats in the USA.

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If marriage is only about "love", there's no reason for the state to support it, and with no-fault divorce, contraception, and abortion, that's what marriage has become. What's worth supporting is a man and a woman raising children together - even from a strictly secular perspective, someone has to work to pay the taxes that support all the welfare payments.

But, hey, with a birth rate of 1.06 children per woman, who needs more of those pesky babies, anyway?
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(05-17-2019, 10:24 PM)Paul Wrote: there's no reason for the state to support it,

Yup, but logic and facts have nothing to do with it, we all know what it's really about. Put it into law and you can teach and normalize it in the schools, entertainment and everywhere else. Sodomy as a sin (They just use the word 'homosexuality' to obfuscate the truth) will be seen and pushed as unAustralian and unAmerican, an unacceptable view to hold in this day and age.

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US adds LGBTQ (notice that "Q" in the new addition to the acronym) as a protected class. News headlines say it's "historic." Gotta say, pretty good weekend for all the "equality" folks.
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(05-18-2019, 03:42 PM)GRA Wrote: US adds LGBTQ (notice that "Q" in the new addition to the acronym) as a protected class. News headlines say it's "historic." Gotta say, pretty good weekend for all the "equality" folks.

Then we have to help our brethren in Taiwan to repeal this vote, no matter how long it takes. We don't sit back and give up but fight back!
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Scott Morrison from the Liberal Nationals won in Australia's federal election, thank God. Please pray for him and Australia. Bad news turned into some good news. Smile

The Liberal Nationals are similar to the Republicans in the USA.

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(05-18-2019, 09:40 PM)josh987654321 Wrote: Scott Morrison from the Liberal Nationals won in Australia's federal election, thank God. Please pray for him and Australia. Bad news turned into some good news. Smile

The Liberal Nationals are similar to the Republicans in the USA.

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(05-17-2019, 09:31 PM)GRA Wrote: The #LoveWins has been in full effect for the last day. 

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Taiwan is very different from a lot of other countries in Asia. I am Chinese/Filipino and I lived in Singapore for a while and I spend a lot of time in Japan. My auntie has lived in Bangkok for decades (she was married to a Thai Chinese man). 

Here are my observations about Taiwan, where I also spent some time:

The first time I visited Taiwan, the people struck me as being very Americanised. Unlike other Asian countries, a lot of Taiwanese speak English with an American accent. Many Taiwanese people I met, studied or worked in America, and have relatives in the US, or have a green card or US citizenship. As a result, they are so much more influenced by what is happening in the US. 

Singapore, by contrast, although very Westernized and English speaking, is more traditional in a kind of British way. Obviously it has to do with having been a British colony, but the late Lee Kwan Yew, who led Singapore for decades, was a conservative who believed in traditional marriage. You couldn't buy an apartment in government subsidised apartment buildings unless you were a married couple. And for years, homosexual behaviour was illegal. Porn is still illegal in Singapore. They can't even sell Playboy there. 

Korea and Japan are still very traditional societies despite being modern on the surface. In Japan, LGBT advocates are trying to get gay marriage approved by parliament but it won't happen soon. Thailand is considering it. Forget Indonesia and Malaysia (Muslim) and the Philippines (Catholic). China will probably not approve gay marriage. 

What a lot of Westerners don't understand is that being outwardly gay is considered decadent . . . and western. It's frowned upon. Families feel shame when one of their children comes out of the closet. 

The gay marriage issue in Asia is largely funded and advocated by well-funded western groups like Human Rights Watch.
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(05-19-2019, 05:22 AM)Julia Augusta Wrote: I am Chinese/Filipino and I lived in Singapore for a while and I spend a lot of time in Japan.

Spent much time in China? It'd be interesting to read some of your thoughts there.

(05-19-2019, 05:22 AM)Julia Augusta Wrote: As a result, they are so much more influenced by what is happening in the US.

Many western countries are, this whole gay marriage thing went like a domino effect, due to the mass propaganda and economic leverage that was brought to bear by the previous administration.

(05-19-2019, 05:22 AM)Julia Augusta Wrote: Singapore, by contrast, although very Westernized and English speaking, is more traditional in a kind of British way. Obviously it has to do with having been a British colony, but the late Lee Kwan Yew, who led Singapore for decades, was a conservative who believed in traditional marriage. You couldn't buy an apartment in government subsidised apartment buildings unless you were a married couple. And for years, homosexual behaviour was illegal. Porn is still illegal in Singapore. They can't even sell Playboy there. 

I didn't know that, is Lee Kwan Yew Christian? The only thing I don't agree with is the criminalization of sodomy.

(05-19-2019, 05:22 AM)Julia Augusta Wrote: Korea and Japan are still very traditional societies despite being modern on the surface. In Japan, LGBT advocates are trying to get gay marriage approved by parliament but it won't happen soon. Thailand is considering it. Forget Indonesia and Malaysia (Muslim) and the Philippines (Catholic). China will probably not approve gay marriage.

Glad the Philippines hasn't. It's ironic these LGBTQIA leftist activists condemn Christianity because it says sodomy is a sin, yet promote Islam which prescribes the death penalty for it.

(05-19-2019, 05:22 AM)Julia Augusta Wrote: What a lot of Westerners don't understand is that being outwardly gay is considered decadent . . . and western. It's frowned upon. Families feel shame when one of their children comes out of the closet. 

I'm western, I hate that this is what we are being known for.

The only thing I don't agree with are stigma's surrounding homosexuality, because there's a difference IMO between same sex attraction and acts like sodomy and same sex relationships, the latter being not only a sin, but contrary to reason even from a non religious perspective.

(05-19-2019, 05:22 AM)Julia Augusta Wrote: The gay marriage issue in Asia is largely funded and advocated by well-funded western groups like Human Rights Watch.

Yup, western oligarchs seeking revolution through mass propaganda, political and economic pressure, thankfully with Trump, if the people can hold out, when they run out of money and the lie gets exposed, they'll lose.

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