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Best Answer Valerie says
Whew, and here I was thinking "Oh no, what will happen to other people's marriages!?" :-). I like the way you think!
Made me a hub even - http://hubpages.com/relationships/How-My-Same-Sex-...
WHAT DO YOU MEAN ""USUAL""COUPLES ???? what exactly makes a couple "usual"??? I know you mean the public's accepted "norm" but... that which makes love "usual" should be bond, mutual attraction,devotion and feelings---not gender!
Debra Allen says
Like I said Lady G.. It just boils down to common sense. I once saw two men making out in a mall..... This is going too far in my humble opinion.
JThomp - and opposite sex couples do that all the time - still have a problem? I don't like OTT PDA regardless of gender mix - a peck is fine, tongue wrestling not so much!
Like I said too, a hug and holding hands in public is OK. Anything more needs to be taken to a hotel or home behind closed doors.
Lady G - I agree. Now, if only my wife thought it was safe enough to hold my hand in public.....unfortunately, even that is too much for some people
jlpark, one has to wonder what kind of things they have been taught about such things. It is NOT healthy to put blinders on to love. That is what we are dealing with in this unhealthy society. Where is the LOVE?
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I agree that 'sucking face' (particularly in an eating establishment!) regardless of gender mix is just nasty. However, a hug, a peck on the lips, holding hands - apparently, this affects some people's marriage if it's me + my wife...??????
Only if they ask. If not, you're really just over-thinking it for them. I'm not telling you how to raise your children, or what to teach them. Nor do I prevent you from teaching hatred. Yet, you wish to tell me who I can and cannot marry?
Notice you used the words "UNDER MY CARE" - not in my care? You are obviuosly very authoritarian rather than loving and accepting..Your children are truly more likely to wonder WTF is wrong with you. You are so narrow-minded and self-rightous.
1.the social institution under which a man and woman establish their decision to live as husband and wife by legal commitments, religious ceremonies, etc. Antonyms: separation.
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