What's new

Gay celeb divorces, splits up twins

fords8

Hanging Out!
Peak Director
Peak Mediator
Mountaineers
PF Member
Messages
133,716
Reaction score
255
Points
762
Location
MA
Peak Coin
13.066500
Celebrity wedding planner David Tutera and husband Ryan Jurica are divorcing and plan to raise their twins apart.

More...
 
There you go America! And you said we gay couples can't fit in with traditional marriages. Shocking celeb divorces sounds pretty accurate.

No but seriously, the gay community will give them so much **** for bring some negative broadcasting to gay marriage, but I applaud them. It must have taken guts to take a divorce when you're in a gay marriage as a celebrity, you can imagine the comments they'll get. At the same time, splitting twins sounds nasty. I hope they grow up not hating their parents.
 
Twins should never be split up :(

Just twins? What about brothers and sisters who have grown up together?

[MENTION=149]Tommy[/MENTION] You believe that their divorce is the thing which is broadcasting negativity on the subject of gay marriage? Why do people see such a difference between homosexual and heterosexual marriages? Why is it that two celebrity homosexuals divorcing is broadcasting negativity about gay marriage, but not two celebrity heterosexuals broadcasting negativity about straight marriage? I can't even...

It's not a girl dating a guy, a girl dating a girl or a guy dating a guy - it's people dating people. I thought homosexuals wanted equality, to be treated as heterosexuals are treated - like people.

The only negative thing about this that isn't negative in any other divorce, is the fact they are splitting siblings up. That is the negativity they'll get different from any other divorce - not because they are gay.
 
Last edited by a moderator:
Just twins? What about brothers and sisters who have grown up together?

Oh my god, did the article mention brothers and sisters who have grown up together?

No it didn't, it mentioned twins and so I was just commenting on that.

For the record I don't think siblings should be split up (thanks for making me go off topic) -_-
 
Oh my god, did the article mention brothers and sisters who have grown up together?

No it didn't, it mentioned twins and so I was just commenting on that.

For the record I don't think siblings should be split up (thanks for making me go off topic) -_-

I said that because of how direct and narrow-minded your post appears. Just as Tommy's does in stating that a celebrity divorce, purely because they are homosexual, brings negativity upon gay marriage as a whole.
 
Well considering the word "twins" was in the title I guess it just made sense to refer to it, but okay lolz
 
Well considering the word "twins" was in the title I guess it just made sense to refer to it, but okay lolz

So because the thread only mentions gay celebrity divorce, it makes sense to only refer to celebrity homosexual divorces and that there is no sense in tying in any other relative subject?

I guess I can see your viewpoint :rolleyes:
 
Splitting the twins isnt a good idea in my opinion but well its their choice :)
 
Just twins? What about brothers and sisters who have grown up together?

[MENTION=149]Tommy[/MENTION] You believe that their divorce is the thing which is broadcasting negativity on the subject of gay marriage? Why do people see such a difference between homosexual and heterosexual marriages? Why is it that two celebrity homosexuals divorcing is broadcasting negativity about gay marriage, but not two celebrity heterosexuals broadcasting negativity about straight marriage? I can't even...

It's not a girl dating a guy, a girl dating a girl or a guy dating a guy - it's people dating people. I thought homosexuals wanted equality, to be treated as heterosexuals are treated - like people.

The only negative thing about this that isn't negative in any other divorce, is the fact they are splitting siblings up. That is the negativity they'll get different from any other divorce - not because they are gay.
[MENTION=1403]Han[/MENTION] I'm talking towards the people of today's thinking.
 
[MENTION=1403]Han[/MENTION] I'm talking towards the people of today's thinking.

People of today's thinking? If anything, nowadays people are more accepting to homosexuals and therefore will see nothing different to a divorce between a heterosexual couple.

You suggest that the homosexual community are going to bombard this couple with negativity because they are doing the same as a heterosexual married couple - getting a divorce. What happened to homosexuals wanting to be treated as equally as heterosexuals? If anything, that would have been more likely when homosexuality wasn't as widely accepted as it is today, particularly when homosexual marriages were not acceptable.
 
Last edited by a moderator:
So because the thread only mentions gay celebrity divorce, it makes sense to only refer to celebrity homosexual divorces and that there is no sense in tying in any other relative subject?

What the hell you on about?
 
[MENTION=1403]Han[/MENTION]

I cannot even deal with your picking and twisting right now. Every message I type to you causes me stress.
 
"Why is it that two celebrity homosexuals divorcing is broadcasting negativity about gay marriage, but not two celebrity heterosexuals broadcasting negativity about straight marriage?"

Because it's not straight marriage. It's only bringing negativity to gay marriage and the concept of marriage as a whole, straight marriage isn't addressed directly by me because it won't receive negative broadcasting from this.

"It's not a girl dating a guy, a girl dating a girl or a guy dating a guy - it's people dating people. I thought homosexuals wanted equality, to be treated as heterosexuals are treated - like people. "

It is a girl dating a guy, a girl dating a girl and a guy dating a guy. It is also people dating people. We want equality but we don't want to destroy the English Language which is something you clearly want to do?
 
[MENTION=148]Starry[/MENTION] I was using your logic...
[MENTION=149]Tommy[/MENTION] I'm trying to get you to understand what you had said, but you still seem to disagree about your post implying it. :rolleyes: But ouch, you make me sound like a troll.
 
"You suggest that the homosexual community are going to bombard this couple with negativity because they are doing the same as a heterosexual married couple - getting a divorce."

Yes. Plenty of **** will say that divorce is the last thing we need when trying to make gay marriage legalised everywhere. That is why I said they must have guts.

"What happened to homosexuals wanting to be treated as equally as heterosexuals?"

Nothing happened. We want to be treated equal by law, that doesn't mean you have to ignore the differences. Gay marriage is not the same as straight marriage. Who cares? Both are marriage but they are not the same. One is between opposite gender and one is between same gender. Just because we acknowledge a difference doesn't mean we don't want a similar set of laws.

"If anything, that would have been more likely when homosexuality wasn't as widely accepted as it is today, particularly when homosexual marriages were not acceptable."

They are now acceptable in a small percentage of the world.
 
"You suggest that the homosexual community are going to bombard this couple with negativity because they are doing the same as a heterosexual married couple - getting a divorce."

Yes. Plenty of **** will say that divorce is the last thing we need when trying to make gay marriage legalised everywhere. That is why I said they must have guts.

"What happened to homosexuals wanting to be treated as equally as heterosexuals?"

Nothing happened. We want to be treated equal by law, that doesn't mean you have to ignore the differences. Gay marriage is not the same as straight marriage. Who cares? Both are marriage but they are not the same. One is between opposite gender and one is between same gender. Just because we acknowledge a difference doesn't mean we don't want a similar set of laws.

"If anything, that would have been more likely when homosexuality wasn't as widely accepted as it is today, particularly when homosexual marriages were not acceptable."

They are now acceptable in a small percentage of the world.

If this is going to stress you out, don't read it:

Gay marriage is not the same as straight marriage.
What is a heterosexual marriage? The formal union of two people. What is a homosexual marriage? The formal union of two people. How is it any different other than the sex of the people involved? It isn't. A difference shouldn't be acknowledged, particularly by someone who is homosexual who supposedly seeks equality (I am using all homosexuals who see this way as an example, not a particular person). Yes, homophobes pick out gender as a difference, but that doesn't mean it is.

Homosexual marriages supposedly being anything different from a heterosexual marriage is a man-made, homophobic, pointless 'problem'.
 
If Kirk and Lauren get married are they in a same-sex marriage?

If Connor and I get marriage are we in a heterosexual marriage?

If yes to both, I guess you're right, and I apologise.

Oh and, sorry to use Kirk and Lauren as examples for everything. Only straight couple I can think of.
 
If Kirk and Lauren get married are they in a same-sex marriage?

If Connor and I get marriage are we in a heterosexual marriage?

If yes to both, I guess you're right, and I apologise.

Oh and, sorry to use Kirk and Lauren as examples for everything. Only straight couple I can think of.

The fact that you are creating a dichotomy between heterosexual and homosexual marriage suggests that you believe marriage does not mean the same thing in either term. Yes, society makes them appear different, but you don't seem to understand that what I am saying is that either way, both marriages are a formal unity. They are the same thing. The fact you see a difference just shows your opinion on equality and such, to be fair. You seem to care more about the beliefs of a majority group in society than what it actually is.

What you are saying seems to suggest that if a homosexual couple split up, there's going to be a huge backlash in comparison to a heterosexual couple splitting up - just because it's a homosexual relationship.
 
Back
Top