Jeremiah comments

Posted in: Tokyo District Court dismisses damages suit by same-sex couples See in context

Thank you, Tokyo District Court, for supporting sanity.

”Marriage For All Japan” already exists. The rights and restrictions of matrimony currently apply to ALL citizens equally. However, what does not exist…and should never exist…is any government claiming the power to ignore the objective reality of what marriage is.

Thankfully, again, despite those with a sexual political agenda attempting to use the courts to deconstruct marriage, eviscerating it of its normative content, marriage still stands in Japan.

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Posted in: History, culture and words behind Shinto shrines in Japan See in context

Practical information here for sightseers. For those seeking God, nothing of substance. Why worship the creation (“…rocks and trees, inorganic and artificial things and even in people…”) rather than the Creator?

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Posted in: 'Wakanda' still reigns on weak Thanksgiving weekend in North America See in context

What happened with “The Chosen” that was #3 in the box office last weekend?

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Posted in: School in Yamaguchi in turmoil after student’s tablet records teachers’ room conversation See in context

If you cannot say anything nice, don't say anything at all.

Wasn't that what some of us were taught growing up? It used to be in Japan that teachers felt respected and trusted by the parents while also feeling a responsibility to protect their students at the risk to their own life. Somehow Japanese society has moved away from that. We need to be reminded every day to follow the Golden Rule proclaimed by Jesus of Nazareth, "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."

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Posted in: Born this way: Rats move to beat of Lady Gaga, Japanese study says See in context

Sheep, dogs, cats,…many animal’s respond to music.

But if the rats could comprehend Gaga’s lyrics, they would have stopped their body movements in disgust.

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Posted in: Man arrested over death of 93-year-old father in 2021 See in context

Tatsuya Sugisawa should be imprisoned for the rest of his days.

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Posted in: Mandarake used bookstore branches banned from selling adult entertainment items for 180 days See in context

Japan needs to do more to curb access to pornography.

With every photo, dopamine is released, and with more pornographic images, bursts of dopamine are released. And as time passes, voyeurs need more and more photos to get the same feeling, and thus move to physical carnality.

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Posted in: Jane Fonda: Nonprofit’s work ‘far more important’ after Roe See in context

Potential.

“We have to help our boys understand that they don’t have to get a girl pregnant to be men, that being a real man means taking care of yourself, respecting your body and the body of your partner…”

And being a real man is respecting and honoring your future spouse by refraining from sex before marriage.

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Posted in: Chris Evans named People magazine’s ‘sexiest man alive’ See in context

If supporting grooming is now considered sexy, then, yes, he is sexy.

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Posted in: Japanese government proposes raising age of consent from current 13 to 16 See in context

This proposal is a good start. Further protections need to be put in place to protect the young, however.

Japan needs to move to a healthier society overall in which intercourse is seen as a marital relation rather than a mere animalistic scratch of an itch.

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Posted in: Cranberry farmers fight climate change to protect Thanksgiving staple See in context

Cranberry farmers fight climate change to protect Thanksgiving staple

Fixed!

”Cranberry farmers for centuries annually fight the weather to protect Thanksgiving staple”

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Posted in: Someone crashes car into Japan’s oldest toilet See in context

Seriously? An article with toilet humor?

How far SoraNews24 has fallen in quality.

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Posted in: Sex-scene experts help reshape Hollywood power dynamics in #MeToo era See in context

How about having no sex scenes?

If a person needs sex to sell their plot, then they do not have a story worth watching.

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Posted in: Jada Pinkett Smith has deal for 'no holds barred' memoir See in context

…her “complicated marriage to Will Smith”

It’s not complicated. They have an “open marriage,” which means they are not really married.

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Posted in: Nobel prize in medicine awarded to Swedish scientist for research on evolution See in context

Paabo has spearheaded research comparing…showing that there was mixing between the species.

A Nobel Prize has been awarded for research that ancient peoples had relations with non-Homo sapiens sapiens? Why? Since there are cases of modern peoples engaging in the same behavior?

This is like awarding a Nobel Prize for researching whether or not ancient peoples were always honest. We aren’t; neither were they.

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Posted in: Nobel prize in medicine awarded to Swedish scientist for research on evolution See in context

I know someone who doesn’t believe in evolution.

Probably their belief depends on what you mean by “evolution”. For example, everyone believes that things change over time, which is one form of evolution.

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Posted in: The dad approach to having the period talk See in context

While the majority of dads surveyed (80%) believe it is a mother’s responsibility to teach their daughter about her menstrual cycle, 44% believe the responsibility is with the father.

80%+44%=124%=impossible.

It is encouraging that most dads and single dads understand they need to know facts about the menstrual cycle to show support and love for their growing daughters.

Umm…no. Dads show support for their growing daughters by keeping their marriage vows and showing love for their wives and children for a lifetime.

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Posted in: A documentary from the Disney family takes aim at the Mouse House See in context

If you build it, e.g. a non-grooming, non-woke company, they will come.

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Posted in: Visit the mythical cave that hid the Sun Goddess in Japanese mythology See in context

According to the myth, Amaterasu hid herself in the cave after a dispute with her impetuous younger brother Susano-no-Mikoto, bringing darkness to the land until she was eventually lured out by the goddess of mirth with laughter and a mirror, bringing light to the world again.

Made-up religions have man-made, humanish characters. Interesting how we want to make humans out to be gods rather than worshiping God.

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Posted in: ‘The Woman King’ takes North American box office throne See in context

Amazing in this day and age that a film celebrating slavers could be so popular.

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Posted in: California sues Amazon for allegedly thwarting lower prices See in context

Thank you, California.

You got one thing right

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Posted in: Why is 'Blonde' – Netflix's Marilyn Monroe biopic – rated NC-17 instead of TV-MA? See in context

Netflix’s 2020 film “Cuties,” which caused a PR crisis over the perceived hypersexualization of young girls…

The hypersexualization of those girls was not “perceived,” but rather was self-evident.

For this and “Blonde” and other content, Netflix is more infamously known as “PORNetflix”.

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Posted in: Barack Obama: president, Nobel laureate, and now an Emmy winner See in context

President Obama may have earned an Emmy…but a Nobel Peace Prize? For doing nothing other than being elected the U.S. president!?!

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Posted in: Japan, Israel step up defense ties amid regional tensions See in context

As the only truly democratic country in the Middle East, Israel is a good match for Japan in defending freedom.

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Posted in: 'Star Wars' spy thriller 'Andor' explores galaxy's murky underworld See in context

It will be interesting to see if this show is actually about “Andor” rather than a side character introduced by Disney’s sexual political agenda as was done in “Kenobi.”

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Posted in: More U.S. states ban abortion as Democrats push back See in context

A decrease in the #1 cause of death, abortion, should be celebrated.

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Posted in: End of Singapore's gay sex-ban is small step in Asia-Pacific See in context

@Jimizo

You don’t agree with banning gay sex do you?

I will refer you back to my question…

On what basis was the act decriminalized since the “order of nature” has not changed?

…and ask it again.

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If I am for banning gay sex, then my answer to my question would be “No, the order of nature has not changed.” If I am against banning gay sex, then my answer would be “Yes, the order of nature has changed.”

So the final dilemma is whether the order of nature has changed. If not, one cannot support gay sex. If it has, one does not have grounding to oppose it.

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Posted in: End of Singapore's gay sex-ban is small step in Asia-Pacific See in context

Not if you happen to be a God fearing Christian.

Thank you, God fearing Christians, for standing for marriage.

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Posted in: End of Singapore's gay sex-ban is small step in Asia-Pacific See in context

Not if you happen to be a God fearing Christian.

Or a secularist or anyone of any religion that recognizes the objective reality that marriage is a union of a man and woman.

Is it wrong to impose your religion on others? The truth is that every law intrinsically imposes morality on others, so unless all laws are revoked and/or religious people (including secularists who belief objective reality exists) are denied their right to vote or have a voice in the public square, morality will continue to be imposed. 

Another truth is that everyone favors one or more boundaries on marriage (number of partners, age, consent, etc.) and thereby denies “marriage equality” to some category of couple or group. Therefore, even “marriage equalists” are not really for actual equality.

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Posted in: End of Singapore's gay sex-ban is small step in Asia-Pacific See in context

marriage is relationship man and woman.

this will not change this fact in any way.it will be always like that.same sex relationship may be called partnership but not marriage.

Agreed. How can one not agree since marriage is an objective standard?

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