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- Parody? I am completely serious. You know lot's of people hate gays for religious reasons, why is it so hard to believe that someone could hate straights for religious reasons instead? Heterosexuality is a heinous sin, and ought to be punished severely. But can I convert you to the curvy path? (unless you are female, in which case I can't, but I have a dear friend who will be glad to assist) ProudHeterophobe (talk) 21:09, 26 November 2011 (UTC)
- Somehow I doubt it. Тytalk 21:15, 26 November 2011 (UTC)
Greetings "ProudHeterophobe". Your ideas are intriguing to me and I wish to subscribe to your newsletter. Actually, I don't agree with you, but I understand to some degree where you are coming from. Maratrea causes us to love whomever we love, and to hate whomever we hate; to some she gives some love, and some hatred; to others she gives different love, and different hatred. Your love is by no means uncommon, even though it is certainly not the majority (at present at least), but your hate is rather rare and exquisite. I do not share your hate, but it is also something created by Our Mother for the sake of her pleasure, which is the structuring of the merger of all souls in the Final End, as love brings merger forward and hate postpones it, thus the play of love and hate temporally order the acts of reunion, and thus grant them their glorious particularity. I also think, that how you feel, though very uncommon now, shall become a more and more common feeling as we near the end. If you would like to discuss these matters further, may I suggest that you email me at email@example.com. Zack Martin 23:47, 26 November 2011 (UTC)