By Anonymous - Canada - Kamloops
Today, my sister shared a post on Facebook which talked about how gays are destroying the "sanctity of marriage". I couldn't help but point out that she's been married 3 times in the last 7 years, while I've been happily married to my wife for nearly 9. She deleted my comment then blocked me. FML
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  RogueOne  |  10

No one needs to accept anything. As long as they aren't preventing gays from getting married they can think and say whatever the hell they want. And that's coming from someone who's bisexual.

  smoothies14  |  32

Not that I disagree, but people were saying that in the 90's and it was a big deal as we entered a new century, but its been 16 years since then. Obviously, the year is not that important. Its a slow movement, just as with women or people of color, that people will go back and refer to as a movement over a couple of decades primarily, but the work is never really done.

  Tyrez  |  32

People only hate and discriminate to feel better about their own insecurities. Any smart person would understand that when two same sex people are attracted to each other it in no way impacts anyone else but those two individuals.


Oh noooo, we couldn't let that happen, could we? Equal rights? Treating people with respect and dignity and not denying them basic human rights? Oh no, that sounds like something gay liberal commies would do! You're a fuckin' idiot, 91.

  ciammmm  |  11

Marriage is between two consenting adults. What is your definition? Is it from the Old Testament that says if a woman must marry her rapist because she is worthless now? Or that a father can sell his daughter to whoever he wishes? Or that if the woman's husband dies she must marry another male in the same family? Get out of here with that mess. Someone else's marriage has ZERO to do with you.

  itchmcrotch  |  13

"Change the definition of marriage"? A marriage is a, QUOTE HERE, "tThe legally or formally recognized union of a man and a woman (or, in some jurisdictions, two people of the same sex) as partners in a relationship:". This is Oxford Dictionaries. There is no "change" in definition. It's applying the definition to others. Nothing's being changed. And I'm taking Oxford's word over yours.

  shaysmom  |  5

It's already been changed, woman are no longer property, you can no long abuse or rape your spouse, inter racial marriage is now legal, it goes on.


Probably because no matter what your pointlessly hateful opinion is, there's still no excuse for being such a massive dick that you post anti-gay or anti gay marriage comments on a married gay woman's FML. And that's completely ignoring your retarded "but you have to be accepting of horrific bigots or you're a hypocrite!" argument.

  WAKingUP91  |  11

found myself watching and truly enjoying this show called cougar town. main character's dad hit viewers with some truth.

"The people we love need to know that we're always on their side. You don't get a free pass just because we share the same blood. Being part of a family is something you gotta earn. Otherwise, to hell with you."