Masculinitatea ca perversiune sexuală

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  1. taranprost0 says:

    Eu văd schimbarea pe stradă,la firul ierbii.Acum treizeci,patruzeci de ani băieții erau slăbănogi,arși de soare,răi, prezenți în spațiu,proști,agresivi.În recreație îi imitau pe Bruce Lee și Van Damm Acum sunt grăsuni,pufoși,mototoli,cuminței.Privesc filme cu monștri și idioțenii zburătoare.Și,când se fac mari ne dau definiția masculinității .

  2. Amaranthine Sophia says: daca are cineva cunoștințele necesare, il rog sa-mi spuna o parere despre ce vorbeste Maxwell. Are logica, da nu stiu daca-s adevarate premisele.

  3. Amaranthine Sophia says:

    Ma refer la partile legate de biblie.

  4. polihronu says:

    From the article above: „In many ways, the old, elaborate High Mass, with its incense and processions, color-coded vestments, liturgical complexity, musical precision, choirs, organs, and sheer drama, is obviously, in part, a creation of the gay priesthood. Their sexuality was sublimated in a way that became integral and essential to Catholic worship.”

  5. polihronu says:

    „‘I will become a magisterial personality.’ ” By magisterial, he meant embodying the Magisterium, the formal teaching of the church. “In other words, ‘I’ve given up being me.’ And I have a feeling that’s why you meet so many of these guys who are really frighteningly gray and impersonal. At some stage, they’ve agreed in their lives not to be themselves.” I have seen this in many priests; unable to be themselves, they become personae, symbols, and ultimately caricatures or even embodied masks.”

  6. polihronu says:

    „Another pattern was externalized homophobia: What you hate in yourself but cannot face, you police and punish in others. It remains a fact that many of the most homophobic bishops and cardinals have been — and are — gay. Take the most powerful American cardinal of the 20th century, Cardinal Francis Spellman of New York, who died in 1967. He had an active gay sex life for years while being one of the most rigid upholders of orthodoxy. Monsignor Tony Anatrella, an advocate for conversion therapy consulted by the Vatican, was recently suspended for sexual abuse of other men. One of Europe’s senior cardinals, Keith O’Brien of Scotland, described homosexuality as a “moral degradation” and marriage equality as “madness.” Sure enough, he was eventually forced to resign and leave the country after being accused of abusive sexual relationships with four other priests.

    Anti-gay archconservative Cardinal George Pell was recently found guilty of sexual abuse of boys in Australia. The founder of the once hugely influential hard-right, anti-gay cult the Legion of Christ, Marcial Maciel, was found to have sexually abused countless men, women, and children. The leader of Church Militant, which is obsessed with gay priests, is a self-described “ex-gay.” This is a good rule: Those in the hierarchy obsessed with the homosexual question often turn out to be gay; those who are calmer tend to be straight.

    Benedict XVI has described himself as a bookish boy, averse to sports. His soft speech is strikingly effeminate; he was seen constantly in the company of his rather dashing private secretary, Georg Gänswein; and he bedecked himself in vestments of such extravagance they included ermine and custom red slippers. He was also the theologian who demonstrated a manic desire to police the slightest deviation from orthodoxy, who described gay people as “objectively disordered” and inclined toward an “intrinsic moral evil,” and who, after he banned gay priests, called them “one of the miseries of the church.” Even to suggest some kind of connection between all these aspects of someone who is also holy, celibate, and sensitive is to be accused of a disgusting insinuation. But this is because so many in the hierarchy still cannot see homosexuality as being about love and identity rather than acts and lust. As we uncover layer upon layer of dysfunction at the very top of the church, it may be time to point out how naked these bejeweled emperors can appear.”

  7. polihronu says:

    „There is a deep and un-Christian cruelty at the heart of the church’s teaching, a bigotry profoundly at odds with the church’s own commitment to seeing every person as worthy of respect, deserving of protection, and made in the image of God. It’s based on a lie — a lie that the hierarchy knows is untrue, and a lie proven untrue by science and history and the church’s own experience.”

  8. Benedict XVI has described himself as a bookish boy, averse to sports. His soft speech…

    Inapoia mea satano, si tu te gandesti la cine ma gandesc eu?

  9. Cica in statul New York, in al carui congres sunt majoritari democratii, iar guvernatorul e tot un democrat, s-a adoptat o lege care permite avortul pana la nastere, adica inclusiv in luna a noua. Daca este asa, mi se pare ceva teribil de gresit, intrucat la aceasta varsta a sarcinii extrem de inaintata, pericolul este major inclusiv pentru mama. Iar a considera ca copilul pe cale sa se nasca poate fi ucis creaza un precedent periculos. Exista deja ”eticieni” precum filosoful Peter Singer sau romanul Julian Savulescu si altii care sustin inclusiv infanticidul post-natal, posibilitatea de a ucide copilul si la scurt timp dupa nastere. Daca aceasta lege e reala, atunci perspectiva eticienilor enumerati mai sus nu mai pare atat de indepartata.

  10. polihronu says:

    Ce-ar fi ca, in loc sa-ti exprimi opinii gratuite speculind cu privire la oportunitatea lor, sa te informezi si sa nu mai fie nevoie sa scrii „daca este asa”? Iar „eticienii” nu merita ghilimele doar pentru ca tu esti in dezacord. Unde mai pui ca-ti cunoastem prea bine „impartialitatea” si „integritatea”.

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