Can't do it？That's because they're humans too and we're all the same.
Copy and paste this as your status if you support pedophiles and rapists.
And this is the conversation that happened after that, and honestly, I'm a little surprised, because both Alyssa and Paul are christian. Maybe it's just me, but it seems like that they were arguing pro-pedophilia. Am I crazy?
Rachel: Alyssa, that's not even the same thing, please refrain from posting stuff like that on my statuses.
Alyssa: Sorry, I just felt like making a statement about the leftist society we live in today. I realize that was an exaggeration, but sometimes I wonder if someday it won't be..
Alyssa: I don't mean to be picking on gays either, I love my gay friends, it's just that absolutely EVERYTHING seems to be becoming socially acceptable these days.
Rachel: Pedophilia will NEVER be socially acceptable.
Alyssa: Oh, you say that now. There once was a time when people said there will never be a day sex would be seen on television, and a kiss on the beach in a movie by a married couple was considered taboo.
Rachel: Unless the world becomes a place where pedophiles are the majority, that's not going to happen. There's a huge difference between supporting gays, and supporting pedophiles. For one, Gay people aren't doing anything illegal by being gay.
Alyssa: But there was a time when being gay was illegal. Things chance.
Rachel: I don't think there's a big possibilty of that changing. And it has nothing to do with this status, so it shouldn't have been brought up at all.
Alyssa: I know, I'm sorry. This is the kind of thing I should really keep to myself. Would you be so kind as to delete this whole thing and forget about it?
not only that - go to my wall and scroll down a bit - there is a video with a professor from princeton talking about beastiality being okay.
Rachel: What I got from that is that they're trying to make it scientifically acceptable, not socially, I don't think anyone will ever be okay with someone touching their child or any child inappropriately.
Alyssa: You realize it is socially acceptable and totally legal in Saudi Arabia today, right? Apparently someone thought it was okay.
Rachel: I'd like to point out that this is NOT Saudi Arabia.