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2012-08-02 10:08:28 AM
Damn right we did.
 
2012-08-02 10:09:16 AM
Wow. That was awesome.
 
2012-08-02 10:15:11 AM
You're welcome, conservatives. Those of you who have been repressing can finally stop. Relax. Let the bad air out. Let some good ideas in.
 
2012-08-02 10:15:34 AM
I'm okay with this.
 
2012-08-02 10:16:01 AM
happy people are happy.

only conservatives could hate that.
 
2012-08-02 10:16:39 AM
Eat all the hate chicken you want, conservatives, the world's going to keep moving forward with or without you.
 
2012-08-02 10:17:49 AM
So basically a whole bunch of awesome happened? I'm OK with that.
 
2012-08-02 10:19:00 AM
You're very welcome! Hooray for love!
 
2012-08-02 10:19:34 AM
What gives? I see "husband/wife/spouse" but no spot for "turtle".
 
2012-08-02 10:23:33 AM
Jesus Christ, although I am happy for them, arent homosexuals usually known for having style?

Is it somehow not applicable to New York homosexuals? Wow that attire is horrible
 
2012-08-02 10:23:44 AM
It sickens me to see people in love commit to be there for each other in good times and in bad.

They are gay, what would they know about commitment! Something, something, Jesus, something, something, bullshiat.
 
2012-08-02 10:24:20 AM
Damn I'm awesome.
 
2012-08-02 10:24:56 AM
OK, am I the only one who gets all teary-eyed at pictures of old gay couples?

I don't know what it is. There's something so tender and moving about it. I guess when I see an old gay couple I have this whole narrative in my head that they lived their whole lives as a lie, before finally finding true love in the final act. It's so storybook.

Scuse me... *SOB*
 
2012-08-02 10:24:58 AM
If it didn't get a little dusty in your office while scrolling through that, I don't know what to say about you.
 
2012-08-02 10:25:19 AM

Rev. Skarekroe: What gives? I see "husband/wife/spouse" but no spot for "turtle".


Mitch McConnell is already married.
 
2012-08-02 10:28:15 AM

what_now: If it didn't get a little dusty in your office while scrolling through that, I don't know what to say about you.


It depends on your perspective. For some, they have tears of rage at the crumbling of society they see represented there.

But then again, fark those people.
 
2012-08-02 10:29:39 AM
I REGRET NOTHING
 
2012-08-02 10:30:27 AM
Conservatives are pissed because they know that their weddings will never come close to being as awesome as this:

s3-ec.buzzfed.com
 
2012-08-02 10:30:40 AM
I'm against it. Not because they're gay, but because they're New Yorkers.

Nobody who drives that terribly deserves happiness.
 
2012-08-02 10:31:53 AM
I mean, come on

s3-ec.buzzfed.com

It is supposed to be a wedding, not a trip down to Walmart, which is how the (forgive me if I mess up the terminology) brides are dressed up as. Where are the white gowns?
 
2012-08-02 10:34:58 AM
And a galaxy-cluster-sized middle finger to anyone who looks over this article with disgust. It's going to be fun having my grandkids asking me how people like you could POSSIBLY EXIST so recently, when what they believed was so obviously wrong.
 
2012-08-02 10:36:03 AM

what_now: If it didn't get a little dusty in your office while scrolling through that, I don't know what to say about you.


Seriously. The world could use a little more love.
 
2012-08-02 10:36:47 AM

cman:
It is supposed to be a wedding, not a trip down to Walmart, which is how the (forgive me if I mess up the terminology) brides are dressed up as. Where are the white gowns?


Well will you listen to her?

Rowrr. Kitty's got claws. PFT! PFT!
 
2012-08-02 10:39:03 AM

gilgigamesh: cman:
It is supposed to be a wedding, not a trip down to Walmart, which is how the (forgive me if I mess up the terminology) brides are dressed up as. Where are the white gowns?

Well will you listen to her?

Rowrr. Kitty's got claws. PFT! PFT!


What cman might look like

blog.al.com
 
2012-08-02 10:39:25 AM

kingoomieiii: And a galaxy-cluster-sized middle finger to anyone who looks over this article with disgust. It's going to be fun having my grandkids asking me how people like you could POSSIBLY EXIST so recently, when what they believed was so obviously wrong.


Sadly, your grandkids will probably not have to ask you.

I can point you to a recent study where ~40% of Mississippi republicans STILL think interracial marriage should be illegal.

I can assure you those types will still be around for your grandkids to marvel at.
 
2012-08-02 10:42:44 AM

gilgigamesh: OK, am I the only one who gets all teary-eyed at pictures of old gay couples?

I don't know what it is. There's something so tender and moving about it. I guess when I see an old gay couple I have this whole narrative in my head that they lived their whole lives as a lie, before finally finding true love in the final act. It's so storybook.

Scuse me... *SOB*


You're not alone. Love that endures always gets me. But love that endures when the world is against it, as it was for most of these people's lives? Yeah, that makes me a big, soppy mess. And the fact that they finally lived long enough that they can come out in the sun and show us? It makes me equally sad that they had to hide for so long, and glad that, at last, we're doing what we always should have been doing.
 
2012-08-02 10:44:51 AM

kingoomieiii: And a galaxy-cluster-sized middle finger to anyone who looks over this article with disgust.


I dunno. Television had assured me that there's no such thing as gay people over 35. I feel violated now.
 
2012-08-02 10:48:53 AM

DeaH: gilgigamesh: OK, am I the only one who gets all teary-eyed at pictures of old gay couples?

I don't know what it is. There's something so tender and moving about it. I guess when I see an old gay couple I have this whole narrative in my head that they lived their whole lives as a lie, before finally finding true love in the final act. It's so storybook.

Scuse me... *SOB*

You're not alone. Love that endures always gets me. But love that endures when the world is against it, as it was for most of these people's lives? Yeah, that makes me a big, soppy mess. And the fact that they finally lived long enough that they can come out in the sun and show us? It makes me equally sad that they had to hide for so long, and glad that, at last, we're doing what we always should have been doing.


For me, I think it's also moving because for so long we were taught that being gay was "a phase" or just about sex and not about lasting relationships. Seeing older gay couples proves that wrong and provides us with an example - something gays have not often had.

Anyone whose heart isn't done good by this needs their head examined. All I see here is love, and there's precious little of that going around in the world these days.
 
2012-08-02 10:49:15 AM
I think I'll post this on the Facebook wall of my born again fundie friend.
 
2012-08-02 10:52:18 AM

Rev.K: I think I'll post this on the Facebook wall of my born again fundie friend.


Rev.K: I think I'll post this on the Facebook wall of my born again fundie friend.


Rev.K: I think I'll post this on the Facebook wall of my born again fundie friend.


Everyone, please post this to every person who's passive-aggressively posted about them patronizing Chick-fil-A this week.
 
2012-08-02 10:55:02 AM
In Mass, you know what happened after marriage equality happened?

People got married. They got married, they bought houses together, they were already adopting kids, they already had dogs and cats together, they registered for their showers and wedding parties, they booked honeymoons, they booked halls for their weddings, and people got the f*ck over it, and oddly enough, church attendance got boosted in those ministries that supported marriage equality.

If you don't want to have same sex weddings in YOUR churches, go for it. I fully support you in that. That's your church, that's your business, but maybe you should extend the same courtesy to others...
 
2012-08-02 10:55:59 AM

kingoomieiii: Everyone, please post this to every person who's passive-aggressively posted about them patronizing Chick-fil-A this week.


Actually, I think I will passively-aggressively send this to my gay friend in New York who promised me I would be best man at his imminent wedding but keeps dithering on pulling the trigger.
 
2012-08-02 10:56:12 AM
It never ceases to amaze me how conservafundietards scream FUURRRSSTTT UHHHMEENDMUNNT all the time, unless someone else's exercising of their First Amendment rights doesn't coincide with their narrow-minded, bigoted views.
 
2012-08-02 10:57:48 AM

hubiestubert: In Mass, you know what happened after marriage equality happened?


Here in Connecticut, Hartford was destroyed by a meteor.
 
2012-08-02 11:04:56 AM

hubiestubert: People got married. They got married, they bought houses together, they were already adopting kids, they already had dogs and cats together


Dogs and cats together? That's unnatural.
 
2012-08-02 11:14:46 AM

kingoomieiii: gilgigamesh: cman:
It is supposed to be a wedding, not a trip down to Walmart, which is how the (forgive me if I mess up the terminology) brides are dressed up as. Where are the white gowns?

Well will you listen to her?

Rowrr. Kitty's got claws. PFT! PFT!

What cman might look like

[blog.al.com image 240x310]


LOL

Come on, even you have gotta admit that they should be better dressed for a wedding. Its the most important day of their life, and looking good while you are at it is a prerequisite
 
2012-08-02 11:34:10 AM
Chilling.
 
2012-08-02 11:36:30 AM

cman: kingoomieiii: gilgigamesh: cman:
It is supposed to be a wedding, not a trip down to Walmart, which is how the (forgive me if I mess up the terminology) brides are dressed up as. Where are the white gowns?

Well will you listen to her?

Rowrr. Kitty's got claws. PFT! PFT!

What cman might look like

[blog.al.com image 240x310]

LOL

Come on, even you have gotta admit that they should be better dressed for a wedding. Its the most important day of their life, and looking good while you are at it is a prerequisite


My brother and sis-in-law got married in casual attire in a courthouse. Both outfits have been worn again. You can't really do that with a wedding dress.
 
2012-08-02 11:38:31 AM

susansto-helit: cman: kingoomieiii: gilgigamesh: cman:
It is supposed to be a wedding, not a trip down to Walmart, which is how the (forgive me if I mess up the terminology) brides are dressed up as. Where are the white gowns?

Well will you listen to her?

Rowrr. Kitty's got claws. PFT! PFT!

What cman might look like

[blog.al.com image 240x310]

LOL

Come on, even you have gotta admit that they should be better dressed for a wedding. Its the most important day of their life, and looking good while you are at it is a prerequisite

My brother and sis-in-law got married in casual attire in a courthouse. Both outfits have been worn again. You can't really do that with a wedding dress.


Weddings are supposed to be special, and these people were the first homosexuals in NY to get married. They are part of history. Forgive me if I sound old fashion, but when I picture gay weddings, I want to see it in a church in proper gowns. That is how you stick it to the haters.
 
2012-08-02 11:51:19 AM

cman: Come on, even you have gotta admit that they should be better dressed for a wedding. Its the most important day of their life, and looking good while you are at it is a prerequisite


I got married in sandals and a Fishbone teeshirt in a Pensacola courthouse after a weekend camping trip.

Eight years and counting!
 
2012-08-02 11:54:50 AM
It's going to start raining toads and locusts and fire and brimstone and such as any minute now

/yep... any minute now...
 
2012-08-02 11:59:12 AM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: It's going to start raining toads and locusts and fire and brimstone and such as any minute now

/yep... any minute now...


Yea! Barbeque locust toad surprise! Thanks, the gays!

*grabs plate*
 
2012-08-02 12:09:09 PM
I'm probably jinxing it horribly by saying this, but this really does need to go green.
 
2012-08-02 12:31:49 PM
and green

w00t w00t

/fark the haters
 
2012-08-02 12:36:21 PM

hubiestubert: In Mass, you know what happened after marriage equality happened?

People got married. They got married, they bought houses together, they were already adopting kids, they already had dogs and cats together, they registered for their showers and wedding parties, they booked honeymoons, they booked halls for their weddings, and people got the f*ck over it, and oddly enough, church attendance got boosted in those ministries that supported marriage equality.

If you don't want to have same sex weddings in YOUR churches, go for it. I fully support you in that. That's your church, that's your business, but maybe you should extend the same courtesy to others...


The only negative I've seen from legalized gay marriage is that our pride parades are very boring now. Instead of beautiful men half naked and oiled and glittery, we get churches, school LGBT clubs, politicians and famlies with strollers and Labradors.
 
2012-08-02 12:42:20 PM
Yes, because freedom of adults to choose their own destiny without interference from the government is a bad thing. Dumbasses.

Social conservatives: You have made the GOP irrelevant. Congratulations. The GOP used to claim to be the party of small government and personal responsibility. Now it's the party of "you can do what you like so long as we approve." Fark you guys.
 
2012-08-02 12:43:24 PM

what_now: hubiestubert: In Mass, you know what happened after marriage equality happened?

People got married. They got married, they bought houses together, they were already adopting kids, they already had dogs and cats together, they registered for their showers and wedding parties, they booked honeymoons, they booked halls for their weddings, and people got the f*ck over it, and oddly enough, church attendance got boosted in those ministries that supported marriage equality.

If you don't want to have same sex weddings in YOUR churches, go for it. I fully support you in that. That's your church, that's your business, but maybe you should extend the same courtesy to others...

The only negative I've seen from legalized gay marriage is that our pride parades are very boring now. Instead of beautiful men half naked and oiled and glittery, we get churches, school LGBT clubs, politicians and famlies with strollers and Labradors.


To be fair, in Western Mass that was the norm already. For the showy sessy lesbians, you have to go to Talbot House's Immorality party at Smith...
 
2012-08-02 12:50:51 PM

Rev. Skarekroe: What gives? I see "husband/wife/spouse" but no spot for "turtle".


I was told this would lead to people lying with animals. Guess there's a lag on that part.

Happy for the happy people. Here's to a better world.
 
2012-08-02 12:50:59 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2012-08-02 12:55:11 PM
I get it. First off, conservatives seem to believe deeply all stereotypes. The more degrading and more bigoted the more strongly they hold on to and profess them. Based on this premise, they believe that all gays are super promiscuous, philandering, non-stop-bare-back sex fiends. To these hateful asshats it simply goes without saying that gays are not able to and never commit. And even when they supposedly do commit, they are still humping everything that has a pulse and a dick. These views have evolved from a few things. a) since gays can't get pregnant, sex is obviously worry free, and since it's worry free they must be doing it all the time. b) they view *simply* being gay, having non-procreative sex, and most of all have gay sex as all being deviant, sinful and amoral. c) because gays are defacto amoral they must be going out of their way all the time to sin, in order to be wicked. To explicitly spit in God's face.
Secondly, conservatives themselves (at least the most homo-phobic, and outspoken) have a very difficult time being monogamous and faithful both in spirit and in action. So if you combine the loudmouth conservatives beliefs that being gay is a life of non-stop unfaithful sex acts and their own difficulties in faithfulness.
They (conservatives) believe, without a doubt, that being married would mean nothing to someone who is gay. That being married is simply a means to upset conservatives and shove in their face that they now have something that is supposedly "just for a man and woman". They assume that gays will be breaking their vows as soon as they leave the altar, and as such they shouldn't be married because they can't be trusted to take monogamy, respect, commitment and love seriously. This being the case, gays shouldn't be married because it just cheapens what being married means.

Now before all y'all get all up and in my grill, ask yourself if these bigoted loudmouth assholes even consider gays to be real people, or do they consider gays to be lesser people. Not whole, trustworthy, honest and loving people but both second class citizens and lesser, evil sub-humans. Not unlike how early Americans felt about Native Americans, and then (and still =/) the blacks, and then the Irish, and now the Mexicans.

Consider the things that conservatives say, the way they think and act and how they treat and view their fellow man, and tell me I'm not wrong about why they are so against gay marriage.

\also they think gay sex is icky... unless it's the dick in their mouth, just that one time, because they are totally not gay, they just can't get people to stop sticking dicks in their mouths.
\\Yes, I'm serious about this whole post, and am absolutely disgusted with conservative behavior and wish they actually acted like the savior they proclaim to follow and who's name they only use to justify hatred.
 
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