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Monthly Infographic Winner: 'Evolution of Equality in the U.S.'

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  • Kidasha 2012/10/29 20:38:08
    Kidasha
    +35
    It's awful that we're in the 21st century and LBGT doesn't have equal rights. Isn't that sad?

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  • jackolantyrn356 2012/11/03 14:56:04
    jackolantyrn356
    Interesting Marxist Wall Chart/

    Has little or nothing to do with the Constitution. The Democrats created the 2/3eds of a man in the Constitution and that is gone due to the civil war and an unusual number of unnecessary amendments with other . agendas worked in
  • tazya 2012/11/03 03:24:31
    tazya
    Thats just messed up.
  • DP 2012/11/02 21:10:29
    DP
    +1
    Perhaps if Hitler were alive today and a liberal extremist, he'd kill all of the idiots who believe that the bible is actually real and that the earth is 6000 years old.

    Man, the future generations are going to have projects where they investigate the ancient forums of the internet, and they'll stumble upon this question (and perhaps even my comment; hello, future generations!) and will remember you as the stupid piece of work some of you are.
  • Zuggi DP 2012/11/03 04:53:11
  • DP Zuggi 2012/11/06 01:29:02
    DP
    He was homicidal tyrant. We could use him a bit.
  • Ben 2012/11/02 20:40:23
  • hippycat 2012/11/02 19:17:00
    hippycat
    interesting, very interesting.
  • Just Jenn for Now 2012/11/02 07:00:55
    Just Jenn for Now
    +2
    I'm glad we've come all this way in breaking the chains that held down LGBT. The same goes for racial discrimination.

    However I find it rather neglectful to include only black movements.... what about the moments in history with Native Americans? I believe they suffered just as much and deserve a mention. They were MASSACRED for pete's sake...
  • Platinum Fangs 2012/11/02 00:42:19
    Platinum Fangs
    +3
    May this inforgraphic continue to grow with the signs of progress, for Blacks, LGBT's, Women and all the other unmentioned who feel oppressed. One more step closer to equality. One more step closer to freedom...
  • Kidasha Platinu... 2012/11/02 01:21:13
    Kidasha
    Well said
  • P..W 2012/11/01 18:17:30
    P..W
    +1
    What exactly is this?
  • EvilMonkey 2012/11/01 16:18:01
    EvilMonkey
    +2
    This graphic conflates issues that aren't equivalent. Homosexuality has been raised to the level of it being a civil right. This is wrong. You can't tell someone is gay unless they tell you they are. A gay man is free to marry any woman he wishes, barring its not a close relative, and a gay woman is free to marry any man she wishes. Where is the inequality?
  • gnice123 EvilMonkey 2012/11/01 20:25:59
    gnice123
    +5
    "A gay man is free to marry any woman he wishes, barring its not a close relative, and a gay woman is free to marry any man she wishes. Where is the inequality?" Umm.. where is the equality?

    Let me ask you this and see if you can see what's wrong with what you said:

    "A straight man is free to marry any man he wishes, barring its not a close relative, and a straight woman is free to marry any woman she wishes. Where is the inequality?"

    Greg P.
  • J gnice123 2012/11/02 20:46:33
    J
    It isn't NATURAL.
  • DP J 2012/11/02 20:58:30
    DP
    +2
    Neither are blows jobs.
  • gnice123 J 2012/11/05 13:27:10
    gnice123
    +1
    Nor are computers or typing on the web but you engage in this practice anyway.

    Greg P.
  • J gnice123 2012/11/05 22:09:57
    J
    Typing on the computer is natural, so are computers. Now eating your soup from a computer keyboard, that isn't natural.
  • DP J 2012/11/06 01:29:27
    DP
    +1
    No, they're not. I've never seen this computer tree.
  • Psyblade J 2012/11/06 01:41:47
    Psyblade
    +1
    "Typing on the computer is natural, so are computers."
    - You're kiding......right?
  • J Psyblade 2012/11/06 17:41:54
    J
    So, what makes computer "unnatural"?
  • Psyblade J 2012/11/06 18:14:31
    Psyblade
    Well for one thing.....they don't appear in nature, unlike homosexuality.
  • J Psyblade 2012/11/14 19:47:24
    J
    So, you are saying that humans are no more intelligent than wildlife? Wow! Computers come from materials made from NATURE'S own resources, they were only changed and rearranged to for the computer. So that makes them natural - the same way homosexuality is natural.
  • Psyblade J 2012/11/14 20:05:03
    Psyblade
    Yeah....I'm OBVIOUSLY saying that humans are no more intelligent than wildlife. It's not like you set up a catch-22 or anything. (sarcasm off)

    Uh......wrong. Computers are ARTIFICIAL.
    Definition of "artificial": adj. made by human skill; produced by humans (opposed to natural).

    By your (flawed) logic, nothing is artificial because if you go back far enough everything is made from materials derived from natural resources. However, for something to be NATURAL, it needs to be observable in nature without it being produced by humans.

    You will not find a naturally-made computer anywhere in the wild. You will find homosexual animals in the wild. Therefore, homosexuality is natural and computers are not.

    Since you're using a computer, you should probably stop complaining about "unnatural" things. I also suggest you stop watching TV, you stop driving, you stop using antibiotics, etc.
  • J Psyblade 2012/11/14 20:12:29
    J
    Ha! Most humans are NOT more intelligent than wildlife. And ALL things come from a nature - but are manipulated. Nature build men to FIT women. You change that, and you have changed the nature of the being.
  • Psyblade J 2012/11/14 20:46:59
    Psyblade
    I'm not sure where you're getting this "intelligence" argument from because all I said was that homosexuality occurs in nature. Intelligence has nothing to do with this.

    So....did you just ignore the part where I explained to you what "natural" means? If something can't exist WITHOUT being manipulated by humans then it's not natural.
  • gnice123 J 2012/11/06 15:35:11
    gnice123
    I can't tell if you are joking or not.
    At any rate, if you are honest, you can agree that there are a lot of "unnatural" activities you engage in and have never concerned yourself with the "naturalness" of those things because they are things that you like and apply to you. The hard and honorable thing to do is be able to respect the "unnatural" activities of others that you don't like and don't apply to you.

    Greg P.
  • Psyblade J 2012/11/06 01:41:17
    Psyblade
    It happens in nature. How is it not natural?
  • Elephan... EvilMonkey 2012/11/02 20:39:33
    Elephant Lord
    +2
    So if we pass laws that only allow gay marriage, and ban heterosexual marriage, that will also be just. Because in that case, the men will have the right to marry any men they wish, and the women will have the right to marry and women they wish.
  • EvilMonkey Elephan... 2012/11/12 09:00:34
    EvilMonkey
    Yes that would also be equality under the law.
  • Bolrog 2012/11/01 12:29:02
    Bolrog
    Interesting Infographic that was very well done in a good Chronological Order, but was biased in what it chose to illustrate its "equality".
    A more relevant point is my Question:
    http://www.sodahead.com/unite...
  • Nichole 2012/10/31 23:33:50
    Nichole
    +6
    What I find sad is that the LGBT community is still having to fight for equal rights when homosexuality was legal way before the other two became an issue.
  • Apache 2012/10/31 20:54:42
  • The Gov... Apache 2012/11/01 04:29:52
  • Henrik ... The Gov... 2012/11/01 15:54:41
    Henrik Lundqvist
    +2
    It's propaganda. It's standard propaganda technique to make associations between things in implicit ways. They don't come out and say "racial and gender equality are the same as equality of sexual orientation" (even the first equivalence is a false one, abusing the word equal). They do it by beginning with the heading "evolution in equality" then presenting three things *together* to imply they're essentially the same thing. It's a smarmy lie, but nothing out of the ordinary . PR and advertising agencies do this on a daily basis.
  • The Gov... Henrik ... 2012/11/01 16:17:37
  • wedge56 The Gov... 2012/11/01 17:17:20
    wedge56
    +5
    "in a feeble attempt to legitimize their existence."

    --Whoa! So they shouldn't even exist?
  • Ben The Gov... 2012/11/02 20:42:27
    Ben
    +1
    So there we go throwing people into demographics again.
  • Ben Ben 2012/11/02 20:42:50
    Ben
    +1
    Not you, this chart, I mean. :)
  • The Gov... Ben 2012/11/02 23:29:04
  • Catita The Gov... 2012/11/02 21:03:28
    Catita
    BS. different things

    .......and women in a feeble attempt to legitimize their existence? huh?
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