Photo Analysis #3: Support Gay Marriage If You Like Cookies
I find this picture oddly clever. I like the concept of it, but I wouldn’t be practicing justice correctly if I didn’t give this pic and a fair trial.
The picture is obviously arguing the point that it is wrong to say that gay people can’t get married because YOU (a Christian) don’t believe in it (when someone else’s life decision has no affect on you).
I’m a sarcastic asshole and I love the sarcasm in this pic. If you don’t get it, it’s basically asking why should all people have to suffer because of the life decision one person made. Why should I not be able to have a cookie because YOUR diet does not allow YOU to have one?
I have to be fair since the world does not know the meaning of the word fair anymore. Christians believe that same-sex marriage is wrong because they have a Bible (a set of rules they “have” to live by). There isn’t a Bible for diets nor do gays have a Bible. Not saying outlawing same-sex marriage is right, but “those are the rules.” Before you get your panties in a bunch, NO I am NOT a believer of same-sex marriage. I’m a believer of ALL marriage. Now to the idiots saying “huh?” What I just said was I believe that everyone should have the right to get MARRIED! I’m talking in riddles right now cause I don’t want to give away my thoughts on this topic YET (not on this post at least).
Whether we like it or not, rules are rules, and as good as this picture is it’s not going to fix anything. The people who didn’t/don’t make any rules for themselves are asking the people who made the rules to break their own rules. In this day and age, that’s not going to happen. Not trying to give away all my cookies (get it?) But if gay people REALLY wanted same-sex marriage to be accessible to everyone they would’ve done more than the “pretty please” antics that they’ve been doing for years now. More on that in another post.
Ernest’s Final Word: Only thing the Bible and a diet have in common is people can CHOOSE to follow it, but with that being said, your choices in life should not affect those who choose the opposing direction.