.Friday, May 01, 2009 ' 2:32 AM Y
Recently there's been all this debacle over the new and old AWARE committees.
As on Facebook, I pledge my support to the old committee.
Because I believe in supporting people who are truly dedicated to their cause; in supporting people who know what they are doing and why they are doing it. Not a bunch of conservative religious freaks who think they are superior to everyone else. These people are the main reason why non-Christians hate Christianity so much. As if its not enough to preach to every single person on the road regardless of whether they already have a religion or not, such groups of people actually try to dominate groups like AWARE, just so they can weed out things that are not to their liking.
I hate vegetables, so the whole world must not eat them, plant them or sell them. I love durian, so you better love it as much as me or you're one big FUCKING sinner.
To all those retards who still don't understand this simple fact: Homosexuality is not a CHOICE. Its something you were BORN with, and it doesn't make you any different from anyone else. You're still a HUMAN BEING. Its just like how we don't choose whether we were born black, white or yellow; its just like how handicapped people didn't choose to be born this way.
The whole world talks of racial equality. Of being considerate and kind to the handicapped and the less-fortunate. Then why ostracise homosexuals just because they are another group of minorities?
Equality: the state or quality of being equal; correspondence in quantity, degree, value, rank, or ability.
So who went and gave those god-damned people the right to do as they please in the name of religion? Who gave them the right to just take over an organisation that was doing damn well and try to turn it topsy-turvy, when said people don't even understand what are the core values, the vision and the mission of that organisation?
For a society that's supposedly so modern, we sure have lots of people, ideas, social stigma and what-nots that are truly backdated. We've still got lots of "growing up" to do man...