Before I state what I think lemme just make sure I have the definition correct. Omnisexuality/pansexuality is loving anyone you like regaurdless of there gender or sexual preference? Sorry if I misunderstood it. Help me if I'm wrong please.
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It's perfectly fine in my opinion. You can't help who you fall in love with, and you should have ultimate choice in who you love.Originally Posted by Celeste
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Start one then. I'll think of something by tomorrow.Originally Posted by Lewi T
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Can someone explain the difference between omni/pan and bi?
Either way I'm religious so my beliefs fall in line with my religion, but its not my place to judge others, there's a higher power who reserves that right. I tend to treat everyone equally unless they have done me harm/injustice.
Meaning God, who allegedly loves everyone, sends his own creations into the ~*fiery pits of hell*~ for eternity, merely because of the way they were born?Originally Posted by Skorp
I don't understand how 5458397539534 things in the Bible that were once sins are acceptable now , but the sexuality thing has never become okay. It is completely laughable and I truly hope someday these cryptic, archaic, egregious books of fairytales (Bibles) are systematically destroyed.
Last edited by Celeste; 03-30-2008 at 09:28 PM.
Meaning there are some things that are beyond my understanding and not having been born omni/pan/bi/gay I have no first hand experience with the subject. Therefore I will not judge and treat everyone fairly and accept them and not force my own views on them. I'll leave it in the hands of God to judge because only he knows their situation entirely, and only he knows what he created.
I don't intend to start or get into a debate. You asked how we felt and I was simply giving an answer.
I'm not christian.
I never meant to insult or anger anyone Celeste, if I did it was unintentional and I apologize. If you wish to discuss the issue that is fine. But you should refrain from insulting others beliefs when expressing your own.
EDIT: Thanks for your edits.
Last edited by Skorp; 03-30-2008 at 09:33 PM.
Oh, but debating is so much fun :POriginally Posted by Skorp
Ahh, okay (about the Christian thing). That can really be applied to whatever religion unless there's some religion out there with a God who doesn't condemn fundamentally good people because of the way they were born. Which I'm guessing there isn't, but I could be wrong.
I definitely apologize if you felt like I was directly attacking you. But when someone says "I'm religious, so my beliefs are in line with that", I jump to the whole "anyone who isn't straight will burn in hell, sry2say" conclusion and get fired up really fast...demonstrably.
Last edited by Celeste; 03-30-2008 at 09:33 PM.
I tend to believe that judgement is passed on individuals and not groups of people. Individuals each have unique situations and I would think God is just and knows the details of each person's situation. Either way, you can believe in god and judgement, but it is wrong to presume to know how each individual will be judged.
I believe it is my duty to follow the guidelines I believe in to the best of my ability and not judge others on how they live their lives.
EDIT: I understand and I'm sorry I wasn't clearer in explaining myself in the first place.
Last edited by Skorp; 03-30-2008 at 09:42 PM.