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North Carolina will not give up on hating gay people. Ana Kasparian, Brett Erlich, and Aida Rodriguez, the hosts of The Young Turks, tell you the current initiative to differentiate gays. Tell us just what you assume in the comment section listed below.

" The U.S. High court went a lengthy means toward settling the lawful dispute over same-sex marital relationship with a 2015 judgment that it was a basic right.

North Carolina obviously didn't obtain the memorandum.

This week, 3 conservative Republican state lawmakers there presented a bill to outlaw individuals of the very same sex from weding each other in North Carolina.

Entitled the "Uphold Historic Marital relationship Act," the bill suggests that the High court ruling "exceeds the authority of the court about the decree of Almighty God" and that private states should be permitted to make their own marriage legislations."

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72 comments

  1. Posted by Frandeag, at Reply

    Christian Sharia law

    • Posted by lynda williams, at Reply

      No its not biblical law. It was only made part of the church in the 12th century. I wish you people would learn history

    • Posted by Boston Badass Hugh Jass, at Reply

      Those laws need to be stricken and prosecuted as hate crimes. Do an honor killing? Kill for religious reasons in general? No religious certificates accepted, full extent of the law.

    • Posted by John Sanchez, at Reply

      AKA Leftism.

    • Posted by #it'scomplicated -, at Reply

      I wasn’t aware Christians throw gays off of buildings…
      Oh no, wait, that’s the Muslims in the Middle East. Sheez, some of you are mentally deficient. Babies

  2. Posted by Marvin Nivram, at Reply

    proofread your titles tyt

    • Posted by Kirk Johnson, at Reply

      Why are you obessed with proofreading?

    • Posted by Mousey Publishings, at Reply

      Marvin Nivram ugh i thought that said “proof of ur tittys.”

    • Posted by Daniel Jones, at Reply

      Kirk Johnson I love you.

  3. Posted by Jace Solomon, at Reply

    Can I outlaw conservatives?

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      Jace, nothing is being banned here. No one is going to jail.

    • Posted by Circle Mouth, at Reply

      “Nothing is being banned here” – Wrong. They’re trying to ban gay marriage. Did you even watch the video? You’re not going to be able to defend conservatives with logic. Conservatives do things based on things like bible verses, not logic.

    • Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

      A land with no social conservatives? Sounds like paradise.

    • Posted by Jace Solomon, at Reply

      Hal Jordan i think that’s what heaven would be like. If it existed

  4. Posted by Gales99, at Reply

    Anti-gay conservatives think about gay sex more than gay people…

    • Posted by Ben Grzesiak, at Reply

      +Chunk Oooger Gay people aren’t welcome? Then obviously you should leave. Or maybe self hating closet cases are welcome?

  5. Posted by Matthew Sarson, at Reply

    Once again evangelicals in the USA are proving why they deserve to called the Christian Taliban.

    • Posted by Heyo Han, at Reply

      calling someone a weaboo makes you a weaboo for even knowing what weaboo means let-alone using the damn word yourself lmao.

    • Posted by Jefferson Diaz, at Reply

      Not true I don’t shove it down anyone, everyone has free will to do what they want including gay people the world would be a better place if people just respected on another and stop trying to step into every others shoes to try to prove they are worthy

  6. Posted by Caroline, at Reply

    Just let gay people do what they want omg people are horrible

    • Posted by Angelalynx999, at Reply

      +BL4CK KN1G8T “No it would not be, anyone can marry, it just has to be to the opposite sex.” – Which is why the Supreme Court ruled that gay marriage bans were unconstitutional. If one adult can marry another it shouldn’t matter what their sexes are.

      “LMAO, Do you know what the electoral college is? You should be paying me school fees.” – Yes. It is a system designed to make the national voting more efficient in the time before long range communications. In this modern world, with instantaneous global communications, it is obsolete. It was also designed as a check against unqualified people being elected president by the people. It finally had a chance to work as intended, but failed last December. That will be $29.99. 🙂

      “I am superior to you.” – Only in your ignorance and stupidity.

      “I believe in a fair and just system, it is a pity you don’t.” – You mean a “fair and just system” that does not listen to the will of the people, and encourages discrimination of certain groups? Yeah, that’s the OPPOSITE of fair and just.

      “What words do you want to change next?” – Whichever ones need to be. Which ones will those be will depend on how society moves. For example, alt-right is now defined as it should be, racist white supremesists. That’s how it works.

    • Posted by Caroline, at Reply

      This thread is endless and I don’t even get why, you’re all making it so complicated though it’s very simple : why would it bother anyone if gay people call their engagement to each other marriage ? How is it bad ?
      This argue sounds like nonsense for me really

    • Posted by BL4CK KN1G8T, at Reply

      Angelalynx999

      And an interpretation of the law can show they have the same right to marry as anyone else.

      You don’t know what the electoral college is. Look it up then get back to me. People voted and the will of the people was carried out.

      Of course I am, I have made valid points and presented facts and logic, you have said nothing.

      The people spoke and elected Trump

      Spoken like a true fascist.

    • Posted by BL4CK KN1G8T, at Reply

      Caroline
      I can’t argue against you Caroline, you are too cute.

    • Posted by Angelalynx999, at Reply

      +BL4CK KN1G8T “And an interpretation of the law can show they have the same right to marry as anyone else.” – It can, but when brought up in court it was shot down. You cannot ban a marriage between to consenting adults based on sex. Deal with it.

      “You don’t know what the electoral college is.” – I just told you what it is and what its purpose was. Can’t you read?

      “People voted and the will of the people was carried out.” – That’s why Clinton is President. Oh, wait, no, the will of the people were NOT carried out. I see a flaw in your argument…

      “Of course I am” – Thank you for agreeing with me that you are superior to me in ignorance and stupidity.

      “The people spoke and elected Trump” – Correction, the people spoke and an outdated system installed Trump.

      “Spoken like a true fascist.” – You really don’t know what that word means. Again, your superiority is showing.

  7. Posted by Darya Ionesco, at Reply

    North Carolina is a third world country

    • Posted by Jacob Lee, at Reply

      I’m part of the minority in NC. As an atheist, I can attest to the idiocy of my neighbors. We are not all bigoted, and to think that we are illiterate hillbillies and rednecks is a dangerous generalization. There are more like me, we just have no power in the electoral process. Thanks to voter ID laws and gerrymandering, our once purple state is deep red. Don’t blame the fed up constituents, the people with no money and no power, for the actions and words of the pompous, self righteous, evangelical politicians.

    • Posted by jordan stanton, at Reply

      NC is honestly just a big melting pot of people a lot of people move down here from New York

    • Posted by Jacob Lee, at Reply

      jordan stanton it’s cheaper to live here, you just have to put up with religious freaks instead of corporate dens.

  8. Posted by catwalk33, at Reply

    *straight people in north carolina that arent getting laid and sexually frustrated and in the closet are the ones proposing these bills out of sexual frustration. oh and women that got left for a gay guy*

    • Posted by Nella J, at Reply

      catwalk33 😂😂😂😂😂 yep

  9. Posted by iwantme1234, at Reply

    people just need to get over it. who cares if someone gets married. Their marriage isn’t affecting you

    • Posted by Alex Smalex, at Reply

      It affects a lot actually. What a narrow minded statement.

    • Posted by iwantme1234, at Reply

      Alex Smalex Please tell how someone else’s marriage will affect you.

    • Posted by Jackyy H, at Reply

      iwantme1234 ignore him, it hurts his ego that girls find other girls attractive other then scummy guys like him. He’s having a ego trip

    • Posted by Jackyy H, at Reply

      Alex Smalex still having an ego trip?

  10. Posted by yindjibarndi, at Reply

    christianity is a pedo cult

    5000 years and still havent evolved

  11. Posted by jim Vandever, at Reply

    ugh. ill be so glad when all the ridiculous religious conservative racist grandfathers are dead

    • Posted by Travis Rogers, at Reply

      No better Christians, Muslims and Jews than the *DEAD* ones.

    • Posted by Alex Smalex, at Reply

      I’m 24 and I’m socially conservative. Got a long way to go scout.

    • Posted by Jackyy H, at Reply

      Alex Smalex do girls liking girls instead of dudes like you hurt your ego? Sorry mate I’d take a girl over you any day

    • Posted by ISupportAccountability, at Reply

      Alex Smalex It must be so hard to find anything else about yourself to feel proud of. Sigh, losers be losers.

    • Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

      Same.

  12. Posted by Daniel Bazalar, at Reply

    North Carolina needs to accept Gay Americans of who they are. These Republican politicians are so soul-less and stupid of continuing to reference the Bible which does not make any sense at all. They BETTER STOP putting their religious views on others. Gay Marriage Equality IS the LAW OF THE LAND in the United States.

    • Posted by Nella J, at Reply

      Daniel Bazalar 💯💯💯

    • Posted by Niasia Williams, at Reply

      Daniel Bazalar it’s cause they are scared they will get turned out. lol. when you aren’t sure about your faith anything is a threat

  13. Posted by bcgoette, at Reply

    It’s like Myq Kaplan said. Gay people are the best parents. You never hear about them putting babies in the dumpster. They have to work so hard just to get a baby, that they actually appreciate it.

    • Posted by Gladys Martinez-Garcia, at Reply

      bcgoette 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽🙌🏽

  14. Posted by Remy Raymay, at Reply

    Fine; all I’m saying is why not add not getting a divorce into the bill if marriage is so important and special to these people? In fact why not make everyone’s second marriage annulled for that matter?

    • Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

      It’s not about protecting marriage. It’s about muscling in on LGBT people.

  15. Posted by SnöVitKatt, at Reply

    I’m from North Carolina, and a Christian, and I think those Republicans are so insanely stupid. There is a separation of church and state for a reason! So if you don’t like gay marriage, don’t have one

    • Posted by Flash, at Reply

      SnöVitKatt it’s as simple as that

    • Posted by Alex Smalex, at Reply

      +Akon Fenty Not really. Both are sinful sexual behaviors that are trying to be normalized.

    • Posted by Christopher Santos, at Reply

      Alex Smalex dumb analogy. Gay relations between two consenting adults =/= a grown adult raping an underage child.

  16. Posted by Angelalynx999, at Reply

    Historical marriage? You mean like arranged marriages, marrying young teenagers, and girls being the property of their fathers? Republicans. Going back in time since their inception.

    • Posted by J Briggs, at Reply

      yeah like what Muslims are still doing all over the world.

    • Posted by Angelalynx999, at Reply

      +J Briggs Indeed. So why are they, who say we are culturally superior to them, wanting to go backwards to what they are doing? What kind of person sees that and says, “yeah, that’s the way to do it”?

    • Posted by samiamrg7, at Reply

      +J Briggs To be fair, these old ideals about marriage are shared by many cultures. It is a function of traditional cultures at large, of which Islam is just one.

  17. Posted by Robert Newberg, at Reply

    Trump is a communist spy and is gay just ask his gay lover Sean Spicer…. 😉

    • Posted by Mr. Raleigh D., at Reply

      Trump is butt.

    • Posted by Rachel Schmied, at Reply

      he makes Spicer wear his bunny costume during fellatio

  18. Posted by Matthias Bider, at Reply

    I’ve never heard Ana calling the Koran a “fantasy book”

    • Posted by MJTRadio, at Reply

      4/5ths of the two are exactly the same.

    • Posted by Anthony Smock, at Reply

      Ana bashes that one too when it comes up

  19. Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

    Same sex marriage is not being banned. It just won’t be recognized by the government. There is a major difference. Murder is banned. When you killed someone you go to jail. Gays have always been allowed to get married. The issue was that the government did not recognize it. So the real discussion should be the government’s role in marriage.

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      “with you mentioning polygamy i seriously doubt your intellect, again”

      It happens. There are people who practice that which makes me question your intellect. You are someone who is so bias towards wanting gay marriage to be legal that you refuse to listen to other arguments (such as polygamy).

      But I remember you as the same person that I demanded a peer reviewed source or a textbook on your theory of economics and you ran away. You also said that textbooks are not peer reviewed when in fact they are. That also has me questioning your intellect.

      But back on topic.

      “which protected group is discriminated against by banning polygamy? no group.”

      Religious groups that practice it which brings up another point. On race you are born that way. You do not act a certain race, you are that way genetically. That is why interracial marriage is legal. But in terms of gay marriage that is something you practice. You can look at someone and know if they are black, white, asian, etc. But you do not know if someone is gay unless they tell you which is an action. So there are clear differences at that point.

      Again, I question you intellect.

    • Posted by realCevra, at Reply

      *Marriage is not a right.* the recognition of your marriage by law is a right

      *Even at that the argument is strong that a gay person can just marry someone of the opposite sex.* that discriminates upon sex and gender, which is unconstitutional

      *Also, why do married people receive tax benefits and single people don’t? I can argue that is unequal and violates the 14th amendment.* tax benefits are a privilege for married people. since everyone has the right to get their marriage recognized, there is nothing unconstitutional about it. if however you only ban same-sex marriage, you’d also violate the constitution when you only give privileges to heterosexual marriages, which is why such a ban is unconstitutional

      *No one is being discriminated against. If anyone is it is unmarried people.* banning only same-sex marriage discriminates upon sex and gender

    • Posted by whyamimrpink78, at Reply

      ” the recognition of your marriage by law is a right”

      Nope, not listed anywhere in the constitution.

      “that discriminates upon sex and gender, which is unconstitutional ”

      No it does not.

      ” tax benefits are a privilege for married people.”

      So we discriminate against single people? Why? What if someone decides not to get married, why should they not have any benefits?

      ” banning only same-sex marriage discriminates upon sex and gender”

      No one is banning same sex marriage. Murder is banned, if you murder someone you go to jail. Gay people are not being arrested.

    • Posted by realCevra, at Reply

      *Religious groups that practice it* there is no religious group that practices recognition of marriage by law. they practice religious marriage, they are not prevented doing that, therefore their practice of religion is not limited in relation to any other religious group. nothing unconstitutional to not recognize polygamy by law, same laws for everyone: check, ok.

      *So there are clear differences at that point.* and it’s unconstitutional to discriminate upon the difference, it doesn’t matter if people are gay or heterosexual. i as a heterosexual have the right to engage in a same-sex marriage and have it recognized by law, it doesn’t matter whether i am gay or not. marriage has nothing to do with sexual relationships, it’s a contract of cohabitation, reducing ressource costs of living and or concentrating social power and possibilities

    • Posted by realCevra, at Reply

      *Nope, not listed anywhere in the constitution* it doesn’t have to. recognition of marriage is a state power
      *No it does not.* you just said people only get the right to have their marriage recognized if it is with someone of the opposite gender, not the same gender. that’s called making a distinction upon gender. making a distinction is the definition of discrimination
      *So we discriminate against single people?* nope, they have the right to get their marriage recognized, therefore they have a right to get tax benefits like everyone else
      *What if someone decides not to get married* that’s a decision, like the decision to not get a driver’s licence

  20. Posted by legion lowrey, at Reply

    There is no separation of church and state that was a clause by Thomas Jefferson that just happened to be another founding father but wasn’t actually in any way involved with the drafting and writing of the Constitution thus meaning the liberals not very nice theory of separation between church and state is absolutely false. In fact the people that actually wrote it feel the complete opposite as Anna and the Young Turks do. Even more proof that America is a Christian nation just look to our declaration of independence which states “by our creator” and without that document and its words there would be no US constitution anyway because there would be no America. Gay people just need to learn to be nicer to the new and vast majority of America and then maybe we will all be nicer to you.

    • Posted by Ian Hardin, at Reply

      There are places where, if people break religious laws, they can be imprisoned or put to death. If you want that, you CAN move to them! But we don’t do it, here. The Constitution was written at a time when America DID want as MANY PEOPLE from as MANY Regions as possible to move here. It would give us credibility and power to have as large and diverse a population as possible. Keeping Congress from screwing that up was written into the Bill of Rights, to make sure that no one fucked up any of the growth and change that the Founding Fathers KNEW was vital to a growing, powerful democracy. No, they didn’t change many of the current norms; slavery was contentious, but remained much longer than many of the Founding Fathers would have preferred. They did not change things right away, but they DID allow them TO BE changed! They left in a system for growth and development, as the times allowed. This country is supposed to grow, to become better, not worse. Telling one large group that they can’t do what everyone else CAN do, which harms NO ONE, just because another group finds it “icky” is NOT what the Founding Fathers wanted. Pick another hill to die upon.