I'm not sure there are any benefits to a hidden relationship. Things that are hidden are usually hidden because the participants don't want others to know about them. This is usually the first step off the garden path and down a slippery slope.
by Miss Info 7 years ago
I was chatting with a friend, Sam, the other day. He is openly gay, insists that he is a traditional Orthodox Jew and is very adamant about his “rights”. He believed that “people should be able to live however they wanted to or chose” – which to me, is the scariest phrase in the history...
by GA Anderson 5 years ago
Here is some food for thought for all those that think objections against laws and regulations - based on the old "slippery slope" or "give them an inch and they will take a mile" arguments are nonsense.In addressing this from a "common sense" approach, I'd say...
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