Nov 17th 2007 11:55PM I strongly agree with most of these people, especially Givra, in saying that this kind of thing in our society should not be banned. It is none of my business whether or not Singapore likes it, but let's face it: This is America. We are not perfect, but we have our freedoms here. I myself am a Christian and I see absolutely nothing wrong with differences in sexual orientation, as, I am sorry to say, so many of the people around me appear to. To me, love in any form should be accepted. Even if it is in a videogame, as in the matter at hand. Or, even if there is no love involved, who are we to say what others should feel? Givra is right; we should decide for ourselves, the government has no business helping us along. I respect that some of the population does not like this kind of thing; however, you state your opinion as a fact that we all must believe. You are free to say what you think, of course, this is America; but be considerate of others' opinions as well as your own. So, Ed, please think twice before you say 'we'. Even I understand these things, and my actual age? Thirteen. And before you call me a hypocrite, please, I am not trying to tell anyone what to believe. These are just my own opinions, so if I have offended anyone, I am sorry. But, remember, if a thirteen-year-old can comprehend these things, society must be doing something right (maybe).
Oct 1st 2006 5:31PM A lesson can be learned from those plates *walks into another room and starts laughing her frikken head off*