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Columbia and Quebec wrote:What happened to Liyue?

Loving the new look, Columbia and Quebec.

The saint mark wrote:How do I leave this place?

Find a region you like, and look for a button that states "Move [country] to [regiom]"

Prussia Republican Kingdom wrote:Loving the new look, Columbia and Quebec.

What happened to Liyue, I have not seen her on this forum.

Columbia and Quebec wrote:What happened to Liyue, I have not seen her on this forum.

From what I can remember, she left Nationstates, and she decided that her parents were right, she identified as male again.

Weird

Prussia Republican Kingdom wrote:From what I can remember, she left Nationstates, and she decided that her parents were right, she identified as male again.

I kind of want to search Liyue's posts, now what's the full nation name?

Experina wrote:I kind of want to search Liyue's posts, now what's the full nation name?

Greater Liyue, she/he CTEíd now.

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Decided to come back after a year, what'd I miss

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can we please stop talking about genders.

Oh, I'm back to Inoffensive Centrist Democracy.

Extreme sadness.

New volta wrote:But in the name of free speech, and for critical discussion, why shouldn't I be allowed to say or ask ''gays shouldn't be allowed to marry, because of x [?]''?

Here is the deal. The right of free speech does not apply to private capital, but for the sake of argument:

You should be allowed to criticize your opponents, though if you use your right of free speech to denounce the rights of others, that is discriminatory. The biggest weakness of democracy and freedom is that people disagree with each other, people like dictatorships that support their worldview. Each of us has different beliefs, different religions, different upbringings, and in a state that has liberalized civil rights, no one religion or set of values should be forced upon others. To do so is discriminatory. I respect your right to argue and criticize, but if your free speech limits the freedoms of others, then that harms a community.

The Free Ocean States and New volta

BTW should I keep this flag or use the Labrador Green-Pink tricolor?

Columbia and Quebec wrote:BTW should I keep this flag or use the Labrador Green-Pink tricolor?

I think the current one is fine, though thanks for informing me of that Green-Pink tricolor.

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New volta wrote:Fair enough. I'm not asserting Christianity as true over other religions, nor am I calling for the rights of gays to be restricted. My whole exercise is to enquire into the nature of free speech in this region. That's why I only ask if ''you can say x'', rather than asserting x. I understand you're making a general point here and not necessarily implying that I'm doing these things you mentioned, but I felt the need to clarify myself cuz people can misinterpret.

Anyway, Aelyria needs to realise that Christianity is ABSOLUTELY OPPOSED TO HOMOSEXUAL ACTS and that to claim otherwise/condone homosexual acts as a Christian just goes to show that you're either ignorant or just in complete denial.

That last part sounds very.......questionable. Christianity as a group is too broad, and that broadness contains multiple denominations that tend to heavily disagree with each other. To say that Christianity is "absolutely opposed" would be correct if you were to consider one of the denominations who oppose homosexuality, say the Catholics for example, to be the one-and-only "Christianity". But if you mean Christianity is in, denominations do not matter, that as long as you follow Christ, you are a Christian regardless, then that last statement is wrong, as believe it or not, there have been Christian groups who affirm homosexuality that are still present to this day (Prebysterians, Quakers).

If anything, your statement comes off as more ignorant and in complete denial of the situation than Aelyria's does.

Cordya wrote:That last part sounds very.......questionable. Christianity as a group is too broad, and that broadness contains multiple denominations that tend to heavily disagree with each other. To say that Christianity is "absolutely opposed" would be correct if you were to consider one of the denominations who oppose homosexuality, say the Catholics for example, to be the one-and-only "Christianity". But if you mean Christianity is in, denominations do not matter, that as long as you follow Christ, you are a Christian regardless, then that last statement is wrong, as believe it or not, there have been Christian groups who affirm homosexuality that are still present to this day (Prebysterians, Quakers).

If anything, your statement comes off as more ignorant and in complete denial of the situation than Aelyria's does.

Not all Christians are Theocratic Anti-LGBTQ Conservatives, thatís sterotype long and for Godís sakes can we move on from this convo?

The region will never move on to different conversations. This is eternal. (With all respect to both sides, it's actually kind of interesting to read)

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God this entire conversation is cancer.

Columbia and Quebec wrote:God this entire conversation is cancer.

Cool flag Columbia and Quebec

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