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Rastalivity

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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #90 on: June 04, 2006, 09:27:07 PM »

I know Rasta who disagree with homosexual ideology.

Them think Batty Boy is genocide to human race. How can man reproduce (his sole purpose) if we condone and ideology of same sex?

I don't hate, but i do not premote idea, nor do i like dem batty boy.

Boom bye bye in a batty boy head. Rudeboy no premote dem nasty man dem hafi dead.  [smiley=lipsrsealed.gif]
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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #91 on: June 13, 2006, 10:41:24 PM »

I have only read a few of the replies. But here is my input anyhow. I personally think homosexuality is a choice. A choice that I believe is not the best choice. There are debates about it being a hormonal imbalance and such and such and such. I will not encourage homosexuality but nor will I judge one who chooses to live that lifestyle. I am only a human being living on the earth through Jah. So I cannot judge because that is left up to the Jah. It may sound somewhat contradictory but I frown upon homosexuality but at the same time I cannot condemn one for it. Its somewhat a sticky subject for me. I find its adding to the corruption in the world and it is just wrong but again I cannot and will not by any means judge a man/woman because of their sexual orientation or by anything at all for that matter. Because at the end of the day no man can EVER judge I so I in turn can not judge any man. I think my response is a bit confusing but you get the jist of what Im saying.
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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #92 on: June 19, 2006, 03:20:11 PM »

I have recently found out that my step dad is ga and after he has had a past of doing things a man should not i have now realised that yes to an extend it is wrong but then again so is all pornography. Some people i do believe are born with a certain DNA gene that you can see in them when they are childern but there are those who like to over expose it and rub it in pur faces which is wrong, when you are homosexual it is apart of your life it is not a choice, it only becomes a choice because it is advertised alot and people without guidance are weak.

Those who are born with it and it is a part of them i respect for they get on with their life and they dont prance aroung like fairies spreading the 'good' news, but those who are not born with it i pray for them that they find Jah for to condemn or hate or disregard is wrong.

This is my opinion and it helps me to deal with certain aspects of life.
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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #93 on: July 03, 2006, 01:44:06 PM »

Greetings,

Homosexuality in my view isnt wrong neither is it right. I find this subject very confusing at time due to i am straight and etc. I am not homophobic, one of my best friends is homosexual but i do have borders with him. I treat him like my brother but if he ever came on to me I will go spare (i think this is fair enough). What i dont understand is, Jah gave us everything we need yes... so why do males have G-Spots in their backsides :s lol

Jah Bless
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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #94 on: July 03, 2006, 10:42:25 PM »

Personally i have 2 gay friends, so obviously i have nothing against it. I believe that being gay isn't in the genes, but is in the growing up of the person. When people say being gay is in their dna i'm waiting for them to find the one which effects sexuality. Until there is a proven hetro/homo dna piece/pieces i'm sticking with it being to the childhood of the person.

As i think everybody says (at least in my area) "Only problem i have with gays is when they come onto me" if they don't do that (creeped the fuck outta me) s'alright

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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #95 on: July 10, 2006, 08:55:44 PM »

i am strongly against gay marriges especcialy wen they adopt children
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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #96 on: July 11, 2006, 12:59:53 AM »

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Pretty bad really! Homosexuality = no reproduction = end of Imanity.
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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #97 on: July 11, 2006, 05:08:05 PM »

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Pretty bad really! Homosexuality = no reproduction = end of Imanity.


How so?  Only a minority of the world's population is gay.

Many gays are married to an opposite gender spouse and have children also, especially in areas where homosexuality is not socially-culturally accepted.  
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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #98 on: July 11, 2006, 11:26:30 PM »

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How so?  Only a minority of the world's population is gay
Homosexuality = no reproduction = end of Imanity.

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Many gays are married to an opposite gender spouse and have children also, especially in areas where homosexuality is not socially-culturally accepted.
And this justifies something? Homosexuality (When applied as an ideology for mankind) = no reproduction = end of Imanity. Whilst I can accept that there are gay people on this planet, and I bear them no animosity, the question was "How do Rastas feel about homosexuality". That question has been answered, more than once on this forum.
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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #99 on: October 19, 2010, 12:10:26 AM »

being gay is not a disease and your are definitely not born gay! i hate when people say that! im not much of a believer in science even though im a nurse myself but it hasn't even been scientifically. kids nowadays belive that being gay is cool now and kids tend to follow trends well at least this generation, a bunch of followers i dont hate gays i respect them as every person should be respected, doesn't mean i need to agree with them.   since i was little my family talked about how much the world was gunna change so im not surprised at all the way this world is going
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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #100 on: January 02, 2011, 10:41:50 PM »

Blessed love,

I am a young black man of 21 living in the Caribbean.  I am not so concerned with how rastas feel about homosexuality as much as how a man who has desire for other men is supposed to free himself of the cycle of lust and destruction that defines gay love (at least in my experience).  I was always kind of soft as a young boy but my earliest memories are of loving women, a love which persists but has become bottled inside me.  Somehow over the years I feel I have fed confusion in my mind.  In my vain imaginings i am slowly destroying my soul.  I want to find a way to love and peace. . . but I am lost in a web of lies, lust and despair.  I feel I have chosen this path but I was not aware of making the choice - it seemed only that I was feeding a need for pleasure.  Now I am beginning to understand the spiritual consequences of my actions.  A fire in my body is consuming my mind and i am no longer happy with the path I walk on.  My days have become dark and my soul is diminished and in pain.  I seek any words of wisdom that may help me find a way to the heavenly sanctuary in Zion.  Is salvation possible or do I struggle in vain. . .
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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #101 on: February 03, 2013, 10:20:08 AM »

It is in no way my intent to offend here but; i may be just confused, but i frequently find arguements accorss all religions against homosexuality, and there never seems to be any greater justification than god hates them, so here your saying that they can not contribute to life but would that mean someone who lives life alone and does not contribute to life's cycle is lso sinning despite being straight, also another arguement against this is that this world is massively overpopulated.
someone said, though maybe on a different forum that some people are more asseciable to homosexuality but in my experience there are some people that were clearly born gay or at very least they were feminised from birth to the point that you gotta think well this is natural, i think also the implication of saying it is a choice is to say that anyone could be either at will and in my experience this has not been the case, it seems that some people can only enjoy one or the other, and whilist i agree that there is a difference between love and lust surely there must be some overlap between the two; as if you don't lust some one you love the sexual part of the relationship would surely be quite unplessant. .
 so you know it's not that my intent is to offend, i haven't taken offence to some of what you have said more to enquire if my soul is in danger, why is it? and what can i do to redeme myself, as i have tried hetrosexuality with no success, it seems to be that i'm fighting my own nature and this is causing me great stress and even mental illness, my quuestion really is; is they're any grounding of jah's dislike of the homosexual that is a bit more than simply it's sin, lust, don't repopulate, when it actually seems like from at very least my expierience to be not the case?
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Re: how do rastas feel about homosexuality
« Reply #102 on: February 03, 2013, 08:21:58 PM »

no, god don't hate them. he is only trying to teach about the original purpose. surely there are rudeboys that lust to do badness. it is not wise to follow every lust. if the i go the other way the i may not be there when the right one show up. the i don't want a real family, only want to play house? i'm sure there are plenty people that stay in a relationship simply because they are afraid to be alone or budging because of pressure from family or what not. feel free to love the people. there are plenty things going on, no need to sex it up.

personally i believe that every person, man or woman, have masculine and feminine qualities inside. if the i is a man that fall for the masculine, why not get together with a masculine woman? i think these people are looking for excuses to not do what is right because they are afraid to commit to the real thing and rather like the attention they get from being a shocker.

and as a side note since the i mentioned it. i don't think homosexuals is the answer to overpopulation. getting people out of poverty and improving health care has proven to reduce family size. there is no need to get 10 kids if the i is more certain they will survive and don't have to rely on them to take care of the i when the i get old.
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