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Video Games Day: July 8

Each year, Video Games Day falls on July 8. There’s also another holiday called National Video Games Day that lands on September 12. ... read more
Weird July Holidays

Weird July Holidays

Both Canada Day (July 1) and American Independence Day (July 4) land in July – but did you know they share the month with some truly kooky celebration... read more
Jul 01, 2015 | 104 comments
Joyous June: Special Days in the Month Of June

Joyous June: Special Days in the Month Of June

June is so cool, it’s hot! School is over and summer is beginning! June is the month when we really start feeling like winter is over – the weather is... read more
Jun 01, 2015 | 9 comments
May Days: Special Days In The Month Of May

May Days: Special Days In The Month Of May

May is one of the most gorgeous months of the year. All winter long we’ve been hibernating from the cold and waiting for the sun to come out. Find out... read more
May 01, 2015 | 18 comments
April: Special Days

April 2012: Special Days

Every month has its fair share of holidays and special days of celebration and coming together for a good cause, and April is no exception! Check out ... read more

March Madness: Holidays this Month

It’s March and spring is finally in the air (depending on where you live!). There’s so much to do and celebrate this month – take a look and find out ... read more
Valentine’s Day: Behind the Holiday

Valentine’s Day: Behind the Holiday

If you’re like us, you love Valentine’s Day! The gorgeous cards, the sweet candy and all the love that goes around on February 14 are just some of the... read more
Feb 05, 2015 | 32 comments
Valentine's Day Trivia

Valentine’s Day Trivia

After Christmas, Valentine’s Day, which happens annually on February 14, is the most celebrated day of the year in the U.S. Here is some interesting t... read more
Feb 04, 2015 | 30 comments
World Environment Day

World Environment Day

World Environment Day is a U.N. holiday that celebrates Earth and our environment. We've got the inside scoop on this holiday that aims to make positi... read more
All About The St. Patrick's Day Leprechaun

All About The St. Patrick's Day Leprechaun

St. Patrick's Day is the day to honor St. Patrick and celebrate all things Irish. Kidzworld is here to tell you all about the legendary St. Paddy's Da... read more
Mar 10, 2015 | 25 comments
New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve

New Year's Eve is one of the oldest holidays around. Ancient Babylonians used to celebrate it about 4,000 years ago and they were known to make New Ye... read more
Dec 26, 2014 | 361 comments
All About Santa's Elves

All About Santa's Elves

Santa Claus is one of the most high profile dudes around, especially during the month of December. But what about all of his tiny little helpers? What... read more
 Boxing Day and Kwanzaa

Boxing Day and Kwanzaa

Kwanzaa and Boxing Day fall on the same day. Find out all about both holidays in one handy story. ... read more
Christmas Day

Christmas Day

Christmas is the Christian holiday that celebrates the day when Christ was born. Today, December 25th has taken on a bit of a different spin, with Jol... read more
Dec 18, 2014 | 373 comments
Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice

Winter solstice is the first day of winter. Check out all the celebrations that take place on the shortest day of the year!... read more
Dec 16, 2014 | 62 comments

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american_brit posted in Debating:
"catsrcute9" wrote: Sure, some people think they are in love when really it is lust but there are plenty of people, gay and straight, that love each other. I believe that it would be beneficial if we kinda cut down on the baby making. The more people on earth, that means that more resources are being used. In a way gays are doing you a favor. Odds are, early on, gays were most likely killed for being different. So it wasn't like they had to chance to evolve .   If gays/lesbians we made to have babies then gays would not even exist. Just because a century old book says that gays cant be married doesn't mean people are going to listen to it. Modify you bible to the now times. Rules change, so should your's. Interesting... And how do you suggest we do that? Prevent people from having children? Slowly dispatch of the current population? I'm sorry. Life is the most precious  gift. I don't believe we have the right take that away from another. *cough cough* Back to the main topic at hand... I agree that "there are plenty of people, gay and straight, that love each other." You're not wrong in that assumption. However, there are kinds of love -though at the root core it comes with willing the good others. (We should "love one another as He has loved us.") But the attraction and desire to be with another as as man and wife can be one? That's called lust. As a Christian, I believe that such physicality should be reserved for marriage with the intention of bringing new life into the world.  Like any group seen as different, homosexuals have been persecuted (ex: WWII) -as they still are. But in some cultures such as the Roman? Homosexual relationships were actually encouraged. Specifically, male relationships -many, not all, between those of striking age differences. Now do you believe these were sought out for pleasure or out of love? Haha, actually? The Book's been around for well over a century now... Perhaps, maybe there just might be a sufficient reason as to why. Now, to change the rules? Sorry,  no can do. They aren't mine to alter,  though they're certainly mine to follow (;  
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