Laurence Vance explains why gays and lesbians shouldnt serve in the military:
Should gays and lesbians serve in the military? Once in the military, they will be expected to blindly follow the orders of their superiors and not exercise independent thought. They will oftentimes not be in a position to know whether an order is in fact dubious or immoral. They will be expected to, without reservation, drop that bomb, fire that weapon, launch that missile, and throw that grenade, as well as directly kill people and destroy their property.
Read the celý piroh.
“Read the celý piroh.”
A piroh is a Slovakian pastry similar to a pierogi. If Google Translate is to be trusted, “celý” is Slovak for “whole.” For the explanation, see this post and the ensuing exchange with Mike Gogulski.
Reminds me of Lysander Spooner’s argument in “Against Woman Suffrage,” where he explained that no one (including women) has the right to use the ballot to force the obedience of other human beings.
Thanks for alerting your readers to that refreshing perspective. Entirely coincidentally, I had just posted on how we can measure the social power of monotheism: there is some congruence.