Rolf Anderson comments

Posted in: Home DNA tests doom anonymity for sperm, egg donors See in context

This is wonderful news. Children are entitled to a relationship with and care from both of the people who brought them into being. Depriving a child of relationships with his or her parents is an injustice to the child.

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Posted in: 'Star Wars' producer Kennedy wants new movie voices 'to bring world to its senses' See in context

Kathleen Kennedy has not taken credit for one of her achievements. Being behind the first Star Wars movie to lose money. In place of storytelling, Lucasfilm under her direction has become a platform for political/sexual agendas, and their box office take reflects this.

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Posted in: Australia seeks to ban schools from expelling gay students See in context

“...no student of a non-state school should be expelled on the basis of their sexuality,”

What is the word “sexuality “ meant here? Does it refer to students with same-sex attraction who do not act on such attraction? Does it refer to pupils who sometimes engage in same-sex acts but do not identify with the gay lifestyle? Or does it refer to those who do actively live and identify as gay?

Without clear definitions, there cannot be a clear dialogue.

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Posted in: Osaka cuts sister city ties with San Francisco over 'comfort women' statue See in context

As a San Franciscan, I am embarrassed. Our mayors, too often, do not think before they act...or they act contrary to the law.

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Posted in: 5 foreign chambers of commerce in Japan urge gov't to legalize same-sex marriage See in context

I support marriage equality, which is why I do not support same-sex marriage since it has nothing to do with marriage (one man, one woman, for one lifetime) nor equality (the rights and restrictions of marriage are already shared by all Japanese citizens).

Japan, along with 177 other countries, should continue to support marriage...which supports families...which supports the right of children to be raised in the most diverse household possible, one with the love of a father and a mother.

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Posted in: Obama in campaign mode, back to promoting hope over fear See in context

The American people had a choice of Hillary Clinton between Donald Trump...and were blessed with Trump. Hillary and Barack had been undermining the first right of all people, freedom of religion, by stating that people only had the freedom to worship. In other words, anyone could believe what they want but they should not be allowed to act it out in the public square.

However, freedom of religion is the basis of all the other freedoms. If our inalienable rights were not endowed by our Creator, then a government who can arbitrarily create rights can just as arbitrarily take away those rights,

This is why Barack and Hillary were fundamentally wrong for America and the rest of the world.

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Posted in: Neil Armstrong film accused of being unpatriotic See in context

Stating that the moon landing was a "human" achievement is like when your broke brother tells your parents that the Christmas gift you bought and paid for is "from both of us."

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Posted in: Disney faces backlash over 'stereotypes' in first openly gay role See in context

Before anyone got upset, should they not have asked what “openly gay” means? Does it mean the film character will have same-sex attraction? Or will it be someone who is homosexual, a person who sometimes acts on same-sex attraction? Or someone who is gay, a person who identifies with, and pursues, the gay lifestyle and community?

If people first defined their terms on both sides, maybe fewer campaigners would be campaigning or feel offended.

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Posted in: Patrick Stewart to reprise 'Star Trek' role in new series See in context

The new Star Trek series should be renamed “Star Trek: SJW.”

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Posted in: Japan ruling party objects to lawmaker calling LGBT unproductive See in context

Let us face the truth. All can recognize what nature has already dictated: long-term unions of a man and a woman create an intact family, and these two-member families are the basis of society...and as a rule, as a group, and by nature produce the next generation. Therefore, attempting to redefine any pairing to be on par with marriage is futile.

Families, and this politician, are on the right side of history. Let us hope that the people of this great country choose to be as well.

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Posted in: Ruling party lawmaker says LGBT couples lack 'productivity' See in context

Some people are clearly pushing for same-sex unions to be recognized as the equivalent of marriages. However, nature and reason inform us that marriages are the long-term unions of a complementary pair, a man and a woman. This pairing is the beginning of a family that may later produce children. So...marriage begins a family.

Families are the building blocks of society. Families and marriage are, therefore, logically prior to society. Governments did not create marriage through arbitrary laws but simply created laws to protect that which already existed, marriage. Hence, governments cannot ultimately redefine marriage. They can only damage them by interfering with them. You cannot take axe to the root of civilization, marriage and the family, without their being negative consequences.

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Posted in: Ruling party lawmaker says LGBT couples lack 'productivity' See in context

Truth sounds like hate to those who hate the truth.

You may hate Ms. Sugita and/or hate her words, but your hate does not invalidate her nor the truth.

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Posted in: Ruling party lawmaker says LGBT couples lack 'productivity' See in context

A loving and compassionate society never purposely creates fatherless or motherless families. Let us hope that the government and people of Japan remain loving and compassionate…and members of all the other countries that still recognize objective loving marriage. One man, one woman, for one lifetime.

LoveWins #1M1W #MaritalLoveWins #ChildrenWin

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Posted in: Let women in England take abortion pills at home, say medical experts See in context

“Projections suggest deaths from unsafe abortions would decline by two-thirds...”

However, the number of deaths of human beings through abortion would likely increase.

Approx. 42,000,000 abortion worldwide each year=Number One Cause of Death

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Posted in: Scarlett Johansson's plans to play trans man spurs backlash See in context

A woman will play the role of a gender confused woman. A woman playing a woman.

And this controversial because...?

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Posted in: Toxic fan culture: A 'Star Wars' Story See in context

The Last Jedi was a good film if...

...someone has never seen a Star Wars movie before 

...character development is unimportant 

...social justice is what someone wants a movie to focus on

...grating humor is a good thing

...unintimidating antagonists is not an issue for the viewer

...fully CGI characters were worth watching

...the director had not known for a year before the movie was released that a main actress, Carrie Fisher, had passed away and so had not killed off a main plot character, Luke

...and so on...

Are there people spewing hate on the Internet? Yes.

Does it then logically follow that TLJ was a good movie? No.

We have to look at the film and its merits/demerits in context. This article seems to miss this point.

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Posted in: Osaka to start recognizing LGBT couples from July See in context

To lump same-sex relationships in with opposite-sex relationships is not equality. It is the denial of sexual difference and helps no one in their true needs.

Osaka would do better to show love and compassion by being supportive of every member of society rather than by offering special privileges to a select group.

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Posted in: Tokyo gov't passes strict anti-smoking laws See in context

The government should keep their hands off of my body.

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Posted in: Japanese schools introduce LGBT-friendly uniforms See in context

“It is harmful to teach children that such gender confusion is 'normal', as the American College of Pediatricians states.

http://www.acpeds.org/the-college-speaks/position-statements/gender-ideology-harms-children

Exactly. Schools should be promoting wholeness rather than empowering the gender confused to live a life perpetually separated in mind and body. Harming children by demanding that they ignore the reality they see in front of them is...illogical.

Are there gender confused people? Yes.

Must everyone else then be required to be confused as well? No.

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Posted in: Japanese schools introduce LGBT-friendly uniforms See in context

“School officials hope the move will ease the mental anguish of students...”

Gender confused children are already suffering from mental anguish. Enabling their confusion is neither loving nor helpful, nor even professional.

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Posted in: Canadian man goes to court alleging paternity harassment See in context

“The baby was in intensive care at a hospital in Nepal, where his partner was working and had given birth.”

His partner? What does that MEAN? His wife? His girlfriend? His business partner?

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Posted in: 'Solo' stumble a crossroads for Disney's 'Star Wars' See in context

This article did not cover the “Solo Boycott” by all the Star Wars fan who were reacting to the travesty called “The Last Jedi.” TLJ was Star Wars in name only.

Unanswered questions from the previous film went on unanswered or were unsatisfactorily disposed of. The humor was grating. The Luke Skywalker character we got to know through four films was not the Luke Skywalker character in this movie. The other protagonists were not worth caring about, and the antagonists were far from intimidating. The only saving grace of the film was to see Mark Hamill and Carrie Fisher working together again.

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Posted in: Men rearing infants and toddlers an 'unwelcome idea,' says LDP exec See in context

Men and women are complementary. The lessons learned from both parents are valuable and unique to the strengths of each sex, and children are in desperate need of both. 

Children need their heir father and mother, married, throughout their lives. Not two men. Not two women. Not a single man. Not a single woman. Children have a right to a relationship with the two people who brought them into this world.

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Posted in: GLAAD calls for LGBT characters in 20% of movies by 2021 See in context

2% of the population but those with mild (bisexual) to strong (transsexual) gender confusion want 21% of films!?! How is that true equality?

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