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Dec 9, 2012 Junk_Monkey commented on Watch Couples Marry at City Hall.
Congrats to any and all getting married today. I'm delighted to share my birthday with such an important and momentous occasion.
Mar 8, 2011 Junk_Monkey commented on Evan Emory Is Not a Child Pornographer.
It sounds like it could be pretty funny, depending on how well done it was, of course. It wouldn't be out of place in a BBC2 or Channel 4 sketch show. What if it was Jon Le Joie or Bo Burnham, who each have big internet followings and have converted that into minor mainstream success (and if you've not seen any of their musical work, go YouTube now!)? Sure, he should have asked the parents beforehand if it was ok to use the images of their kids like that - I know some parents who would object and others who would find it hilarious (again, depending on the quality if song and editing). Makes me glad I live in the UK.
Oct 4, 2010 Junk_Monkey commented on It Gets Better: A Theological Response.
Hey Dan, everyone. On the subject of theological debate, I wondered if you'd seen this:

http://www.sexinchrist.com/

How to justify pretty much anything via the Bible, including threesomes (not MMF threesomes though, as "Although two men having simultaneous sexual relations with one woman may not have any overt homosexual contact between them, the act of sharing a woman and being together in a sexual situation is nevertheless homoerotic and suggests implied homosexuality, as well as presenting a temptation to experiment where one may ordinarily not. For this reason, we feel it is best for a couple to avoid bringing another man into the picture.")

It's really quite... errr... enlightening...
Oct 4, 2010 Junk_Monkey joined My Stranger Face
Oct 4, 2010 Junk_Monkey commented on It Gets Better: A Theological Response.
Hey Dan, everyone. On the subject of theological debate, I wondered if you'd seen this:

http://www.sexinchrist.com/

How to justify pretty much anything via the Bible, including threesomes (not MMF threesomes though, as "Although two men having simultaneous sexual relations with one woman may not have any overt homosexual contact between them, the act of sharing a woman and being together in a sexual situation is nevertheless homoerotic and suggests implied homosexuality, as well as presenting a temptation to experiment where one may ordinarily not. For this reason, we feel it is best for a couple to avoid bringing another man into the picture.")

It's really quite... errr... enlightening...