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  1. On 10/7/2021 at 9:05 PM, Janet W said:

     

    Oh go on luv, give us a clue at least... Did you chose your sexuality or not? If so how old were you? I've never known anyone able to do that. Maybe it's a bit like choosing to be left-handed in a right-handed world. A sort of a life challenge?

     

    I don't remember choosing my sexuality, I just sort of grew up with it, like absolutely everyone I know. But maybe some people can choose it, though why they'd choose a sexuality that made life unnecessarily difficult I can't imagine.

     

     

    Their is NO gay gene and no amount of manipulation or word play will change that 

     

    Sexuality is more likely to do with a person's upbringing, if you're being honest with yourself you'll be able to work that out. 

     

    How you manage to somehow link that to 'choosing your sexuality' is something only you understand, I don't see the link 

     

    If anything I'm saying the opposite, it happened when you were so young you had no choice, but it's unlikely you were 'born that way' 

     

    The gay lobby is very cunning and shrewd and we'll funded and have clearly had a big influence

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  2. 3 hours ago, Janet W said:

     

    Interesting. Did you chose your sexuality? How old were you when you did that? Can you chose to change it to something else?

    I get what you're trying to do but it's never gonna work 

     

    The gay lobby is very shrewd but historically they've been wrong more often than they're right, remember when they lied to us until recently and claimed there was a gay gene, we now know that's a load of rubbish

     

    Your questions are irrelevant to any point I've made, but you knew that anyway surely, if someone is gay due to being raised in an overly feminine environment thats doesn't make it a choice, but it also makes a mockery of the failed born this way belief 

     

    It's hard to respect someone such as yourself who is a shill for the corrupt LGBTQ look, although I accept maybe youre just naive or struggle to think for yourself 

     

     

  3. 6 hours ago, Janet W said:

     

    Oh the old nature/nurture homosexual argument. Human sexuality is complicated, very complicated. But I'm sure you can find studies that come to your chosen conclusion.

    And the "why so many gay people now" meme. Do we really have to explain this again? OK...

    Gay people in the say, 1950s suppressed their natural inclinations because they would likely end up in prison for two years, loose their jobs, homes, families or all of these. Although in practice as we all know sexual, drive cannot be effectively suppressed, just driven underground.

    Gay pubs and clubs still existed (you may like to watch the film Victim with Dirk Bogart), but were pretty secret, although the police tolerated them because then "they know where all the queers were". The naivety in thinking that "all queers" went to these pubs is staggering.

     

    So now, rather than have millions of lonely, suicidal people, sometimes locked into loveless heterosexual marriages, subject to blackmail, these people can develop meaningful relationships and the mental stability everyone is entitled to. What's wrong with that? And you can't blackmail someone in a position of influence now just because they are gay.

     

    There will be some people reading this who know exactly how desperate life can be when as a teenager decades ago, all you got was hateful, violent attitudes to how you were feeling, so you just kept yourself miserably buttoned up, resigned for a lonely, empty loveless life. Or maybe if you were desperate, you could look forward to occasional, grubby casual sex.

    Anyway, if you are a parent or aunt/uncle of a young person who is or might be gay, just give them a bit of support. Things are much, much better now (to the apparent annoyance of a few of you here), but it can still be tough growing up gay in a straight world.

    Regarding abuse, thank god things are much more open new. Abusers are far more likely to be reported and prosecuted than a few decades ago. There will be people reading this who know that too...
     

    By the way, my "something in the water" quip was a joke by the way - a few of you may like to familiarise yourselves with Poe's law. But no doubt some 'expert' here will claim fluoride or chlorine 'causes' homosexuality. And followers of A Jones 'know' something's turning frogs gay...

    Do we really have to listen to regurgitating rubbish that became popular in the 1990s

     

    Mer personally I'd rather not but each to their own 

     

    Not everyone wants to buy Into your 'born this way' belief, some people like to go a bit deeper, that seems too much for you but that's not the case for everyone 

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  4. 46 minutes ago, RobSS said:

     

    It's may be exaggerated now, although no one I know in London cares anything about what the church says any more, but up until the 1960's, it was a big issue. Even though there were many closet gays in the clergy and in congregations, they had to be secretive about it because priests preached that homosexuals would go to hell. Being taught that it was a sin, and with it also being against the law, forced people to hide the true nature of their sexuality. It also made it possible for people to be blackmailed.

     

     

    Thatll be mostly liberal/secular London types pushing their narrative, the church was no more homophobic than any other part of society 

  5. 7 minutes ago, RobSS said:

     

    In Britain, thanks to politicians like Mrs Thatcher and Enoch Powell, the 1967 Sexual Offences Act partially decriminalised male homosexual acts. The last execution took place in the UK in 1835 when James Pratt and John Smith were hanged outside Newgate Prison in London. Also, up until the 1960's, the church had a lot of influence over society and made a lot of people feel guilty and bad about their sexuality.

     

     

    The while church hating on gays thing is exaggerated

     

    At one time the  church was the only safe place for gay men, they'd be given a wage, a job, a respected member of the community etc 

     

    Mainstream/secular society wouldn't have treated them with the same kind of respect 

  6. I always wonder why there is so many more gay people?

     

    Before say the 1950s it was extremely rare,

     

    Now one in ten men are gay?

     

    That means up until say 1950 one in ten men spent their whole life's successfully

     suppressing their sexuality 

     

    Or there's another reason? 

     

    I would guess nurture, family dynamics etc, noone will ever study it but I'd be fascinated to see how many men who were raised by a single mother are homosexual compared to how many men who were raised with both parents are 

     

    It'll be way way higher but anyone ever mentioning it would get so much abuse I doubt they'd bother 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  7. I work in care and want to level up and the only way I can do this is with a social work degree 

     

    I would hate the politics, marxism, feminism etc 

     

    Is it possible to just kind of ignore it and get on with the degree or will it just totally grind me down to the point where I can't cope 

     

    I'm not sure if it's wiser to just swerve it completely and man up and do it and fight my corner 

     

    Any advice would be appreciated

     

    Thanks 

  8. 7 minutes ago, skitzorat said:

    I bet she's not even real.

     

    Girl, 15, dies of Covid on day she was due to get vaccine

    Family of Jorja Halliday from Portsmouth say medics did ‘everything they could to save her’

    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2021/oct/02/portsmouth-teenager-dies-of-covid-on-day-she-was-due-to-get-vaccine?

    I read this earlier, the mother seems extremely keen to praise the NHS, if my 15 year old daughter had died thats not something I'd even think of 

     

    Also I've got a feeling she'd already had her jab and was waiting for her second one, otherwise it doesn't add up, if she was sick with myocarditis you'd stay at home and put your feet up, you wouldn't be so desperate to a covid vaccine, when one of the main nside effects of the vaccine is myocarditis

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  9. 42 minutes ago, Truthspoon said:

     

    Your dad is still British though. Proper British that is. Not a Plastic or Magic Briton.

     

    Ireland is part of the British Isles.

     

    Part of our shared ancient Celtic history and culture (although the things England did to the Irish leading to the famine is a disgrace and a betrayal which can probably never be healed and which has cost us a fundamental lack of unity between the two islands)

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    It makes no odds to me but he would disagree with you, so would most Irish people I've met, he's not anti British he likes it here, but Britain is just a place where he lives, he'll always identify as Irish 

     

    In an ideal world he'd be happier in Ireland but he wouldn't have the connections or finance or even health to be able to do it, I do believe people are more comfortable amongst their own people though 

  10. Take away the religion 

     

    Destroy the family, promote divorce, abortion etc 

     

    Create a gender confusion 

     

    Import other cultures and encourage them to keep their traditions 

     

    Promote all of this in academia and the media 

     

    Drugs, street drugs and pharmaceutical drugs 

     

    Break up communities 

     

     

    Pretty much all of this has been done over the last few decades 

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  11. Since when did immigrants want to be British?

     

    My dads Irish, he's lived here since his teens and if I told him he was British or even English he'd be offended

     

    He enjoyed living here and is happy but if he lived to 100 hed always be an Irishman 

     

    I've lived in England all my life and my mum's English and I'd consider myself to be equally both, if both my parents were Irish I'd be Irish even if Id never been there 

  12. Is it not a case of vaccines are potentially dangerous but to a person who's from a calm and peaceful home who is stress free, they can probably get away without being damaged 

     

    Whereas kids In a chaotic, abusive environment, whose bodies are already in the stress response, you add another stressor such as a vaccine and the body goes over its limit and goes into an autistic state 

  13. It exists, I get asked am I autistic every now and then

     

    However to me it's just a coping mechanism, my parents divorced when I was young and I felt very isolated and it seemed to make me a bit autistic and quite eccentric , if I was a few years younger I'd have probably been given a label

     

    In the right environment though I don't feel autistic I just felt I had no other option, it was kind of a rebellious thing for me, I wanted to follow my dads my, my mum wanted me to follow her way, she won and I withdrew and rebelled, but she doubled down when I did and I doubled down even more 

     

  14. On 8/17/2021 at 1:20 AM, itsnotallrightjack said:

     

    Phimosis is what it's called Liam and this is condition that doesn't affect new born boys because the foreskin is fused to the phallus until puberty, as it is meant to be. It retracts of it's own accord naturally at puberty, so it seems some medic had no idea what they were talking about or, perhaps they were of a religion that promotes circ for baby boys and wrongly told your parents that you needed to have this done. You have my sympathy that this happened to you.

    My parents were not religious enough to be influenced, for example noone in either of my parents family have ever been circumcised before , maybe what you say about the medic is correct as my mum worked for the NHS at the time so could have been easily influenced 

  15. I'm starting to face a bit of pressure from my employer now, regarding the vaccine and if I'm being honest I'm running out of ideas, I've tried a few things but I feel it's starting to get harder

     

    Maybe we could use this thread as a support network to share ideas etc

     

    I've thought about having two jobs, tell one employer I've had it with my other employer etc and tell the other the same thing 

     

    My dads Irish so I've thought about telling them I had the jab in Ireland and I'm not sure if they'd check or not

     

    Other than that I'm all out of ideas, perhaps someone else out there can put forward any better ideas?

     

    What do you think guys?

     

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  16. According to some med beds are on their way this year so any vaccine damage can be repaired quite easily

     

    Also if trump was anti vax and didn't 'follow the science' they'd destroy him

     

    Science types are ruthless when it comes to debate and they'll convince 90% of normals quite easily 

     

     

     

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