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Comment by Rick on June 26, 2009 at 1:36am

OK so this has been on my mind for a few days and I thought I’d share it with you and get your feedback. In the Catholic Church, Priests and Nuns cannot marry.
Priest and Nuns must remain chaste.
Gay/Lesbian acts are prohibited.
Gay/Lesbian marriage is prohibited.

Now, human’s are the only beings on this planet that have sex for pleasure.
Human have sex essentially, to pro-create.
Sex is natural.
It’s part of us.

So why can’t Priests and Nuns marry?
Why can’t Priests and Nuns have sex?

While I will not go into gay/lesbian sex, heterosexual acts of Priests and Nuns is prohibited.
That seems odd to me.
It seems odd that this is a natural act.
I to think the Catholic Church want men and women to procreate.
So why then ban Priests and Nuns from having sex?

No sex between people of the same sex, and no sex between people of the opposite sex if they are Priests and Nuns….

See the oddity of it all?

Making Men and Women not have sex…is well, weird…

What do you all think about this?
Comment by Jake kerr on June 9, 2009 at 1:29am
Been a casual member of Atheist Nexus for some time now, but I read some comments about younger atheists needing community support and decided to be more active. Not sure what I can do, but am happy to do whatever I can to help others.
Comment by Gary Oscar Laun on May 29, 2009 at 8:56am
the problems are not necessarily over: McLeroy is still on the board. He's just been given a vote of no confidence to be the head of the SBoE. I don't know if Perry can just ignore the vote and re-nominate, but considering what we know of the Governor, the next person will probably be just as ideologically driven. Especially considering the pool of YEC's from which he has to choose. Let's hope he hears the science-driven community's disdain and appoints someone who will listen to the experts.
Comment by bryan on May 29, 2009 at 6:45am

I went to the AU site too, and can't express enough how dismayed I have been with McLeroy and that whole bloc of creationists that have been trying to undermine science standards in Texas.

That he still got 19 votes out of 30 means that he was only one vote short of being confirmed despite his abhorrently backward agenda. My gratitude to all who got on the phone or emailed their senators about this clown.

Unfortunately, we'll still have him on the board, and the ball goes back to Gov. Goodhair now to pick McLeroy's replacement. My confidence level is not exactly high about getting a competent replacement.
Comment by James M. Martin on May 28, 2009 at 11:01pm
I've just been reading about Mr. McLeroy at the Americans United website. My word, how on earth did we get this simpleton in that job in the first place?! He's not only a fundamentalist fool, he's anti-science. Such people were bad enough when we were dominant in the field of science; today, when we are importing doctors and engineers from, e.g., India, we need halfwits like McLeroy like new holes in our heads. (He obviusly already has a few in his own.) Given a second term, he might even have brought about what Scopes fought against in Tennessee lo these many (almost 85) years ago. Intelligent design my arse! Dumbass chaos if you ask me. If "God" is so intelligent, why can't I hear above 16,000 cycles like my dog? (Oh, I forgot; dog is God spelled backward.)
Comment by Olac Fuentes on May 28, 2009 at 6:12pm
Comment by John Shuey on May 28, 2009 at 5:49pm

The TX Senate has just voted to reject McLeroy's nomination for a 2nd term as head of the SBOE!
Comment by Rick on May 28, 2009 at 3:47pm
Vanessa, I know how you feel. I'm currently living in Victoria. I have family here and some family issues I'm dealing with. Nothing major though.
This is a real reactionary town. A ton of them still don't understand how McCain lost the election....
Go figure...
Comment by Rick on May 28, 2009 at 3:46pm
James, Georgie wasn't born there... he was brought there by this parents...
Of course, had I had anything to do with that I'd have left him at the
His other siblings were born here.
I saw Angles and Demons. Thought it was a good movie. The Vatican's panties are always in a bunch. I remember when Monty Python did "The Life of Bryan." The church banned it. All that did was boost the box office receipts. Every Catholic I knew made a point to go see it.
The writer likes to weave truth and fiction together.
But James, as per your statement about Rick "The Prick" Perry...
Remember, that Ricky only got 39.6% of the vote. That means 60.4% of the people of Texas didn't want him back.
Personally, I'm for KINKY!
At least the man can sing....
Besides, it's for the Governorship of Texas. The LT. Gov. has all the power. Been that way since after Reconstruction.
Comment by James M. Martin on May 28, 2009 at 12:22pm
I saw it. Kind of disappointing, but I guess that was because my viewing of it followed on the heels of the astonishing movie, The God Who Was Not There, which almost had me fainting it was so anti-Christian. Yes, fainting. I still have a Christoholic's desire to drink the blood, translating to shock at anyone's attack on the faith I was brought up on. Somehow, I don't think viewing Angels and Demons would produce the same effect, though the New Yorker indicates it has the Vatican's panties in a bunch. Maher doesn't say much more than he does on his HBO show, which I canceled recently since I didn't like paying about $13 a month to watch that one show, nothing else on HBO catching my fancy lately.

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