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Human Rights For All

This group is dedicated to the rights of all people, no matter what their sexuality may be. It creates an open forum for the discussion of LGBT rights

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One Person can make a difference

Started by Easy. Last reply by Larsbay Oct 8, 2014. 7 Replies

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Comment by Robin on February 24, 2009 at 4:46am
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LC_9CIh3u-w

has anyone here seen milk?
Comment by Robin on February 4, 2009 at 3:58am
SO
any questions?
discussion starters?
Comment by Tree Thunderchild on January 12, 2009 at 5:26am
Thank you Zali, I feel truly honored by you comment and image.
And just for the record (on and off topic)?
Humans are not the only animals with preferences beyond opposite gender. ;D
What I said to Easy, stands, that injustice will not end until those LEAST effected by it
are as moved to do something about it as those who are MOST effected by it.
Those who defend their own rights, are easy to dismiss by those who would seek to take them away. But when someone who is not defending "their" rights but the rights of those who are different, then things tend to change faster.
Thus I remain. As I do in defense of the FREEDOM of ALL (of peace, I do not defend abuse or oppression or domination of anyone against their will).
Not just my own.
Comment by Tree Thunderchild on January 11, 2009 at 9:55pm
PS I am remaining a member of this group even if I do not make many comments here.
To show my support.
I do not seek to only defend what I believe, but the rights and freedoms of all,
meaning I am not gay, but I DEFEND the rights of those who are, not just respect your freedom,
I defend it.
Comment by Tree Thunderchild on January 11, 2009 at 9:37pm
Hi all, and thank you for answering my questions! :)
Robin you may wish to place something to the effect of LGBTQ in the top area so as others post here that information will be more easily available and not pushed behind many pages of comments?
I am straight (whatever) I just "am" and am only attracted to my wife in those terms, but that which created me has a simple rule for me. I have the right to do what ever I wish to do with MY OWN life, so long as my doing so does not prevent others from doing what they wish to do with THEIR lives.
No one shall answer to me as judge, that is between each of us and that which created us.
And that, will last forever, not just this short lifetime. Each must find their own path that way and can only learn from others, but not be FORCED to comply to the lives of another no less than we cannot walk the SAME PATH at the SAME TIME.
Each are different, as are the different colors of a rainbow, but TOGETHER we create one pure light that reflects the SOURCE.
The MORE you are you, the MORE you have to offer to this world what no one else CAN!

As to humans not being animals.
Wolf (whom I have shared more of my life with than humans)
Sees the embryo of ALL life, and it ALL has something in COMMON.
It looks like US. (why wolf does not kill human even if human kills his mate for life)
Wolf knows better than human, truth of creation, of who human is.
If human is not animal, why then does all life shout that?
If human is not animal, human is..... God?
If we see world as 'separate' and 'above' other life here,
Not so strange to see us treat each other in this same exact habit.
We seek to break results of habit but not cause for seeing life and each other this way?
I cannot do that or I will naturally spread my wrong perception of being "above" towards fellow humans.
But I DO respect your right to create a group devoted to a specialized aspect.
I do not ask you to change this, nor claim "my way is your way".
I respect your freedom, beyond just the words.
Peace and thank you for answering politely my questions :)
Your nice people :)
Comment by Leah D (Pixie) on January 11, 2009 at 7:51pm
Thank You so much Robin for clarifying the LGBTQ equality/rights and purpose of this group. I also consider myself as bi sexual and always have referred to myself as "non discriminatory" or as an "equal opportunity dater" :-) I am currently involved with many different LBGTQ groups and have been for many years. Was pleased to see that a group was created on iPeace. Again many Thanks Robin. Much Love to All xx
Comment by Robin on January 11, 2009 at 6:38pm
Also, for the question raised by Tree Thunder, while animal rights is another very prominent issue in my life, it wont be addressed here.
Comment by Robin on January 11, 2009 at 6:35pm
Hi everyone. I'm glad to see a discussion has already begun on this very interesting subject. This, unlike the other human rights group, is directly linked to the issue of LGBT rights. i recently got an message from Leah DiMaria about this group and yes, the picture is a symbol of equality for all LGBTQ and others. supposedly there is a new and improvd version of LGBT (which stand for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgendered). Q in the second version stands for Queer. supposedly the new name involves allies of LGBTQ's and all other people who arent really gay or straight.
My deal is i am bisexual, or as i like to call it, non discriminatory, not saying that gay or straight people are, its just my quirky way of saying what i am. I have always been pro-gay rights, ever since i knew what was happening with the whole movement. Anyone interested more in the movement, i highly encourage seeing the movie Milk, about Harvey Milk. Its quite amazing.
I do not wish to see any bashing of gays or lifestyle choices, whether gay, straight, or anywhere in between. I wish this group to be an open dialogue. If straight people dont get whats going on.. ASK! or gay, or whatever. also, dont feel afraid to ask anything, just remember to do so politely. example being:
"I dont get why gay people are gay. If the whole idea of being human/animal is to create babies, why would there be gay people?"
This is an example of a blunt, yet polite question.
Any comments that are intentionally offensive without any tint of politeness may have the chance of being deleted.
Thanks everyone!
-Robin
Comment by Tree Thunderchild on January 11, 2009 at 7:16am
Easy?
Injustice will not end, until those who are effected by it the least,
are as moved to do something about it,
as those who are effected the most by it.

Humans do not consider themselves as equal to all other life on earth,
so it does not surprise to see this same thought pattern applied to each other also.
Comment by Tree Thunderchild on January 11, 2009 at 7:12am
Hi.
There is the group called Human Rights.
Can you explain the reason for this group on how it is different so I can understand?
Are other animals besides humans included in "all"?
I have lived more with wild animals than I have with humans, this is why I am asking because my view of humans is not much in common with how humans see humans.
Thank you!
 

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