Same sex marraige in cb???? (in Off-topic)

Ernest-Scribbler August 9 2009 12:36 AM EDT

The result of this poll will make it law

Yes if in favour

No if against

If you don't want people to know yr view pm me it, as i won't tell anyone and don't care.

Please do not urn this into a debate.

Daz August 9 2009 12:40 AM EDT


{WW]Nayab [Cult of the Valaraukar] August 9 2009 12:44 AM EDT

Not my right to make other peoples decisions.
I vote;

Mesoshort August 9 2009 12:52 AM EDT

Agreed with Nayab. Do what you want to, just don't tell me what to do =P

In favor by neutrality.

A Lesser AR of 15 [Red Permanent Assurance] August 9 2009 1:08 AM EDT

Yes! For the sake of bogus woman/man-babies around the world.

Rawr August 9 2009 1:10 AM EDT

I find the concept of marriage to be a joke. What is the point of the vows the priest asks a couple to make if the same priest can annul the same vows?

But, for the sake of the thread, I agree with the neutrality / pro-choice I suppose.

Mikel [Bring it] August 9 2009 1:20 AM EDT

Ask an admin to make it a poll then it will be more anonymous.

QBOddBird August 9 2009 1:24 AM EDT


aldrich August 9 2009 1:26 AM EDT


Sickone August 9 2009 6:11 AM EDT

Yes to same-sex marriage.
But only because marriage itself is a laughable concept to begin with.

QBJohnnywas August 9 2009 6:17 AM EDT

Yes, if only so that GL and Ranger can finally be legal.

AdminNemesia [Demonic Serenity] August 9 2009 6:19 AM EDT

I need to get married since CB is now an online marriage site.

IndependenZ August 9 2009 6:42 AM EDT

I vote yes for same sex marriage. Equal rights for everyone.

AdminShade August 9 2009 6:50 AM EDT

I vote for no marriages at all?

AdminQBGentlemanLoser [{END}] August 9 2009 6:52 AM EDT

"Yes, if only so that GL and Ranger can finally be legal."


He's not my type Johnny.

But you are. ;)

Come here, give us a snog!

Adminedyit [Superheros] August 9 2009 6:55 AM EDT

thread moved to off topic

QBJohnnywas August 9 2009 7:17 AM EDT

Quick run for your lives, it's one of GL's man hugs!!!

Eurynome Bartleby [Bartleby's] August 9 2009 8:45 AM EDT

Bleh, marriage. Most of the time it's like prom, only an occasion to spend on bling. But hey, homosexuals have the right to use their credit cards to buy insanely expensive clothing if they want.

I really don't care, let them marry. I have the right to do it, and so should they. (I believe this applies not only to marriage...)

Phrede August 9 2009 10:26 AM EDT

I vote yes - as long as I get a slice of the wedding cake

QBBast [Hidden Agenda] August 9 2009 10:53 AM EDT

Someone is confusing marriage with wedding.

Drama [Just for fun] August 9 2009 11:02 AM EDT

I gave money for a petition in California (wich isn't my state an country) so I'd say yes i'm in favor of the same sex marriage. l think the youth of NA is in a majority favorable (I may be wrong). In not so many years should be the day it is legalised. It is already in Canada, in some Europe Countries and is performed in some countries and states.

Lochnivar August 9 2009 11:04 AM EDT

If you think they're confused perhaps you should elaborate upon the nature of their confusion so that there is less future confusion. for the topic, I firmly believe everyone should have the chance to lose half there stuff during an acrimonious divorce.

/me will also take a slice of cake, btw

[P]Mitt August 9 2009 11:08 AM EDT

I say we don't ask this question. Politics is fine, but opening the door to possible personal attacks is not.

Admiralkiller [Cult of the Valaraukar] August 9 2009 11:31 AM EDT

I vote no.

QBRanger August 9 2009 11:36 AM EDT

civil unions-yes

Phrede August 9 2009 1:25 PM EDT

I had a civil onion once - it opened the door for me.

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] August 9 2009 1:37 PM EDT

civil unions-yes"

legally, what would be the difference?

AdminTitan [The Sky Forge] August 9 2009 1:53 PM EDT


Admindudemus [jabberwocky] August 9 2009 2:09 PM EDT

why not, i mean separate but equal worked out so well historically for race relations and wasted none of our legal and financial resources as well as creating a ton of good will! ; )

i really thought conservatives claimed to be for smaller government and less legislation though?

where does that stop as well? we could have holy matrimony for christians, civil unions for homosexuals, zen together for buddhists, i don't need a higher power blessing my partnership for atheists, etc. county courthouses would have to have all the licenses on hand for an ever changing and constantly growing list of religious and non-religious marriages?

legislation would need to be created and maintained to recognize them all when in fact it would be much simpler just to have it all referred to as the same thing? what exactly justifies the complication created by this?

AdminTitan [The Sky Forge] August 9 2009 2:12 PM EDT

Well I think the legislation for gay marriages and straight marriages would both be the same. They government would grant them both civil unions. It would be up to the churches to grant marriages, which I believe should only be granted to straight people.

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] August 9 2009 2:41 PM EDT

so the licenses in all the courthouses of america would have to be changed to civil union licenses instead of the current marriage licenses or they would now have to have two forms, one for civil unions and one for marriage licenses?

the paper companies would love this i am sure, it would kinda suck for trees though especially when all of the other groups started demanding their own forms and legislation.

AdminTitan [The Sky Forge] August 9 2009 2:48 PM EDT

The first dudemus, and while were at it, why don't we just stop printing them all together. Just make them all digital XD!

Admindudemus [jabberwocky] August 9 2009 2:52 PM EDT

i can agree with the digital idea!

so we change all the licenses, recycle the old ones (hopefully) and then someone has to go through all of the legislation and in place of "marriages" add "marriages and civil unions". doesn't that seem a bit wasteful when there will be no difference between the two other than placating christians or making homosexuals feel like second-class citizens?

Demigod August 9 2009 3:32 PM EDT

"there will be no difference between the two other than placating christians or making homosexuals feel like second-class citizens?"


three4thsforsaken August 9 2009 4:23 PM EDT

well said dudemus

I vote yes. twice.


DoS August 9 2009 4:34 PM EDT


TheHatchetman August 9 2009 4:47 PM EDT

I've actually been to a gay wedding. Amazingly enough, meteors did not rain from the sky, nobody was struck by lightning, locusts didn't come flying out of the cake when it was cut, nobody fell ill or became covered in boils, and it was actually an all-around enjoyable experience. What's more is that it had absolutely no effect, be it positive or negative, what-so-ever on any straight married couples I know...

So all in all, I'd have to vote no, because... ummm... TV says it's wrong... and ummm... the bible! and umm... umm... umm... If I ever decide to get married, my lifelong vow between me and the woman that I cherish enough to make such a vow with will mean less if two people of the same sex are allowed to do the same and call it the same thing, right?

AdminG Beee August 9 2009 6:34 PM EDT

Can blokes actually iron shirts or work the washing machine..?

I vote yes, but only if traditional and proper housekeeping values are maintained.
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