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The post that was quoted here has been removedheh, you're funny
The post that was quoted here has been removedFighting in their corner? It wasn't the gays that passed this, it was liberal judges.
The post that was quoted here has been removedI would like to see alcohol treated like smoking: Your choice but make sure you know the health consequences and don't let your drunkenness impact others negatively. Also restrictions on advertising and drinking in the presence of minors might be good.
The post that was quoted here has been removedSo you would hold off on gay marriage because you don't want to send the message that gay people are not a threat because you believe that the current best deterrent for criminal activity is that you might get raped in jail? (by supposedly gay people).
Originally posted by KewpieHe believes that most male prisoners (of which you have quite a number in the US) are sexually abused in prison.
As for "more men sexually abused in America than women" you must have your head in a paper bag to even say it, much less think it.
Originally posted by twhitehead to Kewpie about Thequ1ckAccording to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), about 19.3% of
He believes that most male prisoners (of which you have quite a number in the US) are sexually abused in prison.
He clearly doesn't know the statistics.
About 0.9% of US adults is incarcerated.
Whereas about 1% of women report being raped in a given year and close to 20% in thier life time:
http://www.nytimes.com/2011/12/15/ ...[text shortened]... do not know what the lifetime statistic for incarceration is but I believe it is lower than 20%.
The post that was quoted here has been removedHomosexual activity may occur in prisons but there are like very few who actually identify as homosexual and would want to seek marriage. The phenomenon is well known as 'situational homosexuality'. It presents no obstacle to same-sex marriage.