ZIMDOGGY wrote: ↑
Mon Nov 04, 2019 6:12 pm
My genuine question to you Kriterion,
Would you be this accepting if this stuff was happening to Bangladesh only instead?
Nice deflection, but to humor you, I'll bite.
Bangladesh has many far greater concerns than one single instance of potential child abuse. I will even go ahead and name some of them for you:
1) Climate change. As the sea levels rise gradually, much of Bangladesh will be underwater for much of the year, rendering life impossible. Other parts of Bangladesh will find human habitation greatly diminished. Bangladesh is is 1/6th the size of Texas, but has 6 times the population. Doing the math, this means big trouble.
2) Water. Bangladesh has an immensely strained potable water supply. Much of the water has dangerous levels of arsenic in it.
3) Liveablity. Dhaka, the capital city routinely ranks as amongst the worst or least livable cities one the planet. Even worse than Harare, to my knowledge.
4) Crime and violent crime.
5) Rohingya refugees. Bangladesh now houses more than 1 million Burmese Muslim refugees who fled ethnic cleansing and genocide at the hands of majority Buddhist population. For a poor country like Bangladesh this is an immense burden and a strain. This will pose all sorts of problems in the coming years. Additional refugees may flee in the coming years from Burma or India.
Notice how LGBTQ or transgender does not feature anywhere on this list. If two gay guys want to marry, how does that affect any straight person in Bangladesh? Whether they marry or not, they are still going to be fucking, so whats the big deal?
Just for the record, I'm not pro-gay marriage. I'm just not anti...its no business of mine. The only conceivable way it might be my business is if it was a public health issue in any way.