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    02 Sep '13 09:111 edit
    "I stopped having sex 20 hours ago.
    1. Am I now celibate?
    2. Am I now not a heterosexual?

    I need to know because the wife is asking! "
    wolfgang59

    you didnt answer this question. how long will it take for wolfgang to stop being a hetrosexual?
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    02 Sep '13 10:49
    Originally posted by stellspalfie
    [b]"I stopped having sex 20 hours ago.
    1. Am I now celibate?
    2. Am I now not a heterosexual?

    I need to know because the wife is asking! "
    wolfgang59

    you didnt answer this question. how long will it take for wolfgang to stop being a hetrosexual?[/b]
    I suppose you would have to first define heterosexual.

    Is it a verb or a noun?

    Am I heterosexual because I like only girls
    or am I only heterosexual when I am actively
    engaged in the activity of having sex with girls?

    In my opinion I am heterosexual whether I am having sex or not
    because I only like women and could not even countenance having
    sex with men.

    the very thought of it is repulsive to me.
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    02 Sep '13 11:10
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    I suppose you would have to first define heterosexual.

    Is it a verb or a noun?

    Am I heterosexual because I like only girls
    or am I only heterosexual when I am actively
    engaged in the activity of having sex with girls?

    In my opinion I am heterosexual whether I am having sex or not
    because I only like women and could not even countenance having
    sex with men.

    the very thought of it is repulsive to me.
    well you seem to be following the standard, universal understanding of what heterosexual means. robbie seems to have his own bizarre definition which would mean all virgins cannot be heterosexual, impotent men cannot be heterosexual, basically only people having sex can be heterosexual. we are currently trying to find out how long a person can go without sex before they officially stop being heterosexual.
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    02 Sep '13 12:21
    Originally posted by stellspalfie
    we are currently trying to find out how long a person can go without sex before they officially stop being heterosexual.
    No, we are trying to find out how long Robbie can continue spouting nonsense before he runs away in shame.
  5. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    02 Sep '13 13:36
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    I suppose you would have to first define heterosexual.

    Is it a verb or a noun?

    Am I heterosexual because I like only girls
    or am I only heterosexual when I am actively
    engaged in the activity of having sex with girls?

    In my opinion I am heterosexual whether I am having sex or not
    because I only like women and could not even countenance having
    sex with men.

    the very thought of it is repulsive to me.
    Well stated.
  6. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    02 Sep '13 13:42
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    No, we are trying to find out how long Robbie can continue spouting nonsense before he runs away in shame.
    "Debate and general discussion of the supernatural, religion, and the life after."

    ... not the overflow of dislike resulting from fixation on Red Hot Pawn
    Members and/or their personalities. Let it go; move on.
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    02 Sep '13 20:02
    Originally posted by twhitehead
    No, we are trying to find out how long Robbie can continue spouting nonsense before he runs away in shame.
    I am not particularly religious, but I live in Dublin
    and I was raised as a Roman Catholic.

    But I am 52 and I have not seen the inside of a
    Catholic Church for many many years now.
    Does this mean I am no longer a Catholic?
    If I do not attend any religious services am
    I no longer a Catholic?

    If I did not engage in sex does that mean that I
    no longer have a sexual orientation?

    I think Robbie is having a laugh.
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    02 Sep '13 22:361 edit
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    I am not particularly religious, but I live in Dublin
    and I was raised as a Roman Catholic.

    But I am 52 and I have not seen the inside of a
    Catholic Church for many many years now.
    Does this mean I am no longer a Catholic?
    If I do not attend any religious services am
    I no longer a Catholic?

    If I did not engage in sex does that mean that I
    no longer have a sexual orientation?

    I think Robbie is having a laugh.
    I would say you are no longer Catholic as you probably no longer put your faith in it or support it or promote it.
    And if you are no longer having sex you are just no longer having sex.
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    02 Sep '13 23:04
    Originally posted by galveston75
    I would say you are no longer Catholic as you probably no longer put your faith in it or support it or promote it.
    And if you are no longer having sex you are just no longer having sex.
    do you agree with robbie when he says a man who has never had sex with a woman but is sexually attracted to women and women only is not heterosexual?

    would you agree with me that even somebody who abstains from sex can still be heterosexual?
  11. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    03 Sep '13 08:44
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    "Debate and general discussion of the supernatural, religion, and the life after."

    ... not the overflow of dislike resulting from fixation on Red Hot Pawn
    Members and/or their personalities. Let it go; move on.
    If you don't like it you move on.
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    03 Sep '13 08:57
    Originally posted by galveston75
    I would say you are no longer Catholic as you probably no longer put your faith in it or support it or promote it.
    And if you are no longer having sex you are just no longer having sex.
    But when I die, I will be buried using the ritual of a catholic burial service.
    So how then have I stopped being a catholic?
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    03 Sep '13 12:31
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    But when I die, I will be buried using the ritual of a catholic burial service.
    So how then have I stopped being a catholic?
    It doesn't matter because the bible god does not exist. Which is not to say god's in general can't exist but the evidence clearly points to a non-existent or hands off god at the very least.

    It's a moot point if you are buried with a nice Catholic ceremony or if you are cremated on top of an Amerind burial mound. It's all the same, spiritually speaking.
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    03 Sep '13 13:10
    Originally posted by johnnylongwoody
    But when I die, I will be buried using the ritual of a catholic burial service.
    So how then have I stopped being a catholic?
    So being burried by their rituals means your a Catholic even though you may not have lived by their rules and did as they may have asked of you as they ask of their members that actually go to their churches on a regular basis?
    Or do you feel like a lot of people of many religions do and that is "once a Catholic, always a Catholic" or baptist, etc, and no matter what you may have done in your life that could be "bad" in God's eyes, it doesn't matter as you are still accepted back to the church in a good standing to be in their memorial ceremonies?
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    03 Sep '13 18:25
    Originally posted by galveston75
    So being burried by their rituals means your a Catholic even though you may not have lived by their rules and did as they may have asked of you as they ask of their members that actually go to their churches on a regular basis?
    Or do you feel like a lot of people of many religions do and that is "once a Catholic, always a Catholic" or baptist, etc, and ...[text shortened]... e still accepted back to the church in a good standing to be in their memorial ceremonies?
    People tolerate these religious rituals because they are an
    ingrained part of the society they live in.

    I have been to many funerals where the deceased
    did not participate in religious observation for years.

    It is a natural part of society that this is the way people
    are dealt with once they die. They are buried or cremated
    and that is that.

    When I die a Catholic service will be held as I am put into the earth.
    But the priest will know as he has known for others that religion has
    played little or no part in the life of the deceased.

    I would imagine the same will apply whether you're a Protestant
    or a Jew or a Buddhist.

    There are lots of people out there and the only part religion plays in
    their life is when they are born, when they go to school, when they
    have kids and when they die.

    Other than that religion plays no part in their lives.

    Here in Ireland the Catholic church runs 90% of the schools
    so you have to bow to them or you don't get in. It's as simple as that.

    But their power is waning. Here in Ireland only 47% of Catholics go to mass.
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