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      Quote Originally Posted by kevlew View Post
      Haha...I walked into that one.



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      Default Re: Turin Erotic papyrus

      Have you found writings in ancient Kemet that suggest that? What does it say?


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      I mean that suggest homosexuality is wrong that is. Has there been any evidence to suggest that?


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      Quote Originally Posted by Ayisha5 View Post
      I mean that suggest homosexuality is wrong that is. Has there been any evidence to suggest that?


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      I was just wondering. I didn't mean to offend.


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      I have studied it a bit, but I'm sure not as much as you and was curious.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Ayisha5 View Post
      I was just wondering. I didn't mean to offend.


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      Ok. I get it. Well hopefully God willing, I will be able to budget in some class this year.


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