Monday, August 2, 2010

Against the Church


Mexico and Argentina, two devout Catholic countries have recently signed laws to recognize gay marriage much to the disapointment of their mother Church.

With these developments, it is obvious that the Catholic claws on morality has started to lose its grip.

But the question for us, will this be the same with the Philippines?

11 comments:

ןıuǝ oɟ ɟןıƃɥʇ said...

only when the government legalizes jueteng and begins to cut into the Church's revenue stream

Fickle Cattle said...

I think the Philippines is ready. The Catholic Church will definitely make a lot of noise but I think the majority of Filipinos are ready for it. At the very least, LGBT relationships should be recognized as valid civil unions.

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pepilicious said...

let's just hope and pray.. me0w..

Anonymous said...

1. you go to city hall to get a marriage license, NOT THE CHURCH,
2. THE CONSTITUTION is the law of the land, NOT THE BIBLE.
fill in the blank:
gay/lesbian couples adopt children,
priests ___________ children.
who wears drag, head gear, and prada red shoes? while protecting monster child molesters in their organization? ... exactly
gee..i just got started, hehehe

Anonymous said...

i highly doubt it for 'pinas. our old folks, as in the movers and shakers of this country, are still way too traditional and close-minded to such idea. perhaps in the next millenium ;)

the geek said...

in time, when we will have a gay president.

Anonymous said...

naku...baka maraming rules, pagnapasa yan kagaya ng aged limit...hindi 18-29y/o ang pwede kundi 30+year/old ang pweding ikasal same sex..tiyak gagawa ng maraming rules ang mga senado..

Anonymous said...

The constitution say marriage is for a male and a female.


If the gov't wouldn't change that sentence then its a No.


Sorry.

John said...

malau pa yan di2... pero if ever gus2 ko ung me blessing ang church at ang ating constitution...

Ashaman Lester said...

I hope to see this happening in my lifetime..

Anonymous said...

Marriage is a civil right. If LGBT could not have same equal right, can LGBT crowd pay less tax?