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    Quote Originally Posted by beebs View Post
    Same here! Would like to clarify my parents are/were reformed Catholics, and they raised my brother and I with a good sense of fairness and worth for everyone, my mums brother raised his kids Catholic and they are lovely - of course I love them, but it's almost like we were raised on different planets!
    See I was raised Catholic, and so were my cousins- but they are judgey and the "bad religious" type. My parents are very open and tolerant though, so that makes all the difference.

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    Yes, a big difference, you can be religious and a ****, just the same as you can be atheist and a ****. And you can also be either and be lovely - of course!

    t*w*a*t is bad?

    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    See I was raised Catholic, and so were my cousins- but they are judgey and the "bad religious" type. My parents are very open and tolerant though, so that makes all the difference.

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    PS - Get up a doing a campaign where we can email our Federal MPs in relation to marriage equality, it takes just a couple of minutes.

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    A bit surprised. 62 % of the votes, means that a lot of people still are against it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelWings1988 View Post
    A bit surprised. 62 % of the votes, means that a lot of people still are against it.
    Their problem for being too lazy and not voting


 

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