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Sep 18, 2014 tmrobertca commented on Again with This Leviticus Shit.
If you take Leviticus 18:22 as God's instruction to women, it takes on a whole new meaning. ;) I really doubt that this turkey has read Leviticus. I would like to inspect his kitchen to ensure that he keeps Kosher. That is in Leviticus. Are you old enough to remember when men's socks came in shoe sizes? I am. Nowadays, men's socks are all one size fits all because Spandex is interwoven with the rest of the material. I wonder if he wears socks?
May 21, 2014 tmrobertca commented on Man Acts On Sincerely Held Religious Beliefs.
And if your religious beliefs demand human sacrifice...?
Jan 7, 2014 tmrobertca commented on SL Letter of the Day: Too Long, Had To Read (Cuz It's My Job).
I went through this in the course of a five-year marriage. I finally realised that she did not love me but simply found me useful. That's when I walked out and never looked back.
May 20, 2013 tmrobertca commented on Meanwhile in Toronto.
Rob Ford is a terrible person and a lousy mayor. However, the crack-cocaine allegations against him are hearsay. No evidence has been produced.
Mar 1, 2012 tmrobertca commented on Savage Love.
I have never participated in a threesome although it has been, on occasion, a minor fantasy. However, I have often heard of them as a relationship disaster with one party of the couple becoming pissed off. Indeed, I used to be an acquaintance with a lesbian psychologist who did couples counselling for both gay and straight couples. Her view of threesomes was that they were ultimately destructive to a couple's relationship. Humans tend to pair-bond and sooner or later, one member of the triad will feel left out.
Feb 9, 2012 tmrobertca commented on It's Not Over Until We Say It's Over.
The California courts decision is tightly worded. I am not a lawyer but it would seem difficult to launch a successful appeal of this decision precisely because of the wording of the ruling.
Jan 13, 2012 tmrobertca commented on Canadian Justice Minister: All Same-Sex Marriages "Legal and Valid".
Sometimes I wonder what is taught in journalism school. This was a non-story from the get-go. A Justice Department lawyer filing a third-party amicus curiae brief in a civil divorce proceeding which the judge was in no way obligated to accept. Indeed, given the law and the Canadian Constitution, there is no legal way that he could have accepted it.
Jan 12, 2012 tmrobertca commented on Canada's Conservative Government Turns My Husband Back Into My Boyfriend.
Nobody seems to be getting the point here and I am ashamed that too many Canadians posting here are ignorant of how Canada is governed.

Canada is available as a destination marriage venue. But it has been Canadian legal practice for well over 150 years that a destination marriage will be governed by the Family Law of the jurisdiction in which the couple resides. In other words Dan, Canadian Family Law has no force in Washington State. If you and your husband wish to dissolve your Domestic Partnership, it must be done in accordance with the Family Law of Washington State, not the Family Law of Canada. For instance, Washington Law would take precedence over Canadian law in Washington State when it comes to division of property and child custody. Now you can get a divorce in Canada if you follow the residency regulations that apply to both straight and gay couples. Don't expect Canada to become the Reno for divorcing gay couples. It isn't going to happen.
Sep 14, 2011 tmrobertca commented on Savage Love.
You should advise the 16-year-old to visit Scarleteen. There is good reading about sexuality there and an excellent peer-to-peer message board. I was a board moderator there for six years
May 25, 2011 tmrobertca commented on Savage Love.
I know that Americans are profoundly ignorant about politics north of the border but one would hope that living in Washington State might make you wiser. The Conservative Party in British Columbia most likely consists of one man. The Conservatives hold no seats in the provincial legislature and are unlikely ever to do so. The parties that count in British Columbia are the Liberal Party and the New Democratic Party, both of which have gays in their memberships.