Facebook is more trouble than it's worth.
Agree or disagree?
how do you like to be kissed?
What's in your purse?
How many purses do you have?
How often do you replace your purse?
anyone know a good extension for .crx opener. I need one to open up a game. Thanks. Other wise anyone know how to open a .crx file?
I've not posted on here for a while, so here's a nice LGBT-themed question (or is it?).
I've been seeing a lot of pages on Facebook for 'Straight/Heterosexual Pride', sparked of course by last month being LGBT Pride Month. They're each a little bit different, but they all seem to agree on one thing: They encourage 'male-female unions (doing it right since the beginning of mankind!)', and really discourage 'heterophobia'.
So, these are the main questions:
Why do people want a Straight Pride Month?
Should they have one?
Is heterophobia real/legitimate? Is cisphobia real/legitimate? (cis - to have a gender identity that agrees with one's assigned gender/sex, as opposed to trans).
For the sake of general decency, try to keep the discussions even and fair-minded, and don't stoop to the level of threats and derogatory language. Everyone has a right to their own opinion, and if that opinion is harmful/hateful, try not to resort to that in turn. Meanwhile, do your best not to bring religion into this, or insult someone's religious beliefs. I know we're not as heavily regulated as other comms, and we can be fairly fast and loose, but try not to step over any decency lines. Just discuss.
DK;DC?: Summer seems to be well and truly here! So, what's your favourite ice cream flavour right now?
EDIT: Attention Everyone: Harmful/hateful opinions can be posted, but at the poster's own risk. If you (and by you I mean anyone) says something hateful/harmful, that's your freedom of speech to do so, but there is no freedom from the consequences of doing so. If anyone posts anything hateful/harmful directed towards you, you can give them the consequences for doing so. Don't sit and 'just deal with it'.