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Would religion put you off from talking to someone 'romantically watch

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    No, as long as they didn't try to force their beliefs on me
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    yes
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    (Original post by Gent2324)
    yes
    Why?
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    (Original post by wastedcuriosity)
    No, as long as they didn't try to force their beliefs on me
    Okay how about if for example so religions...i don't know say Islam where if you want to marry the woman you have to convert before doing so would you still proceed
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
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    because i dont generally get along with spiritual people, especially when they mention something like no sex before marriage. and chances are they probably arent very dirty tbh
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    Evangelical Christianity, Jehovas Witnesses, and anything polytheistic.
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    (Original post by Gent2324)
    because i dont generally get along with spiritual people, especially when they mention something like no sex before marriage. and chances are they probably arent very dirty tbh
    Interesting. But I don't know about the 'They probably aren't very dirty' bit lol.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Interesting. But I don't know about the 'They probably aren't very dirty' bit lol.
    well i dont mean to generalize all religious people but what ive experienced is that they are always goody 2 shoes about what they do. but thats only my experience so im sure not all religious people are like that
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    Depends on whether or not they try and convince me to believe in their views and if cause of religion we had different ideas on things like abortion and stuff; then again you can have different views with someone without them being religious. Id probably have more in common with an agnostic or atheist but I wouldn't turn down someone religious unless they were doing the whole you're going to hell/ karma's coming for you thing.

    Really just depends on the person.
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    When it comes to a romantic partner, I would have to be with someone who had the same views as me on certain things, religion being one of them. I have no problem having friends who are religious but when it comes to the person I settle down with, we'd have to be on the same page, which for me, is non religious.
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    (Original post by Gent2324)
    well i dont mean to generalize all religious people but what ive experienced is that they are always goody 2 shoes about what they do. but thats only my experience so im sure not all religious people are like that
    Yeah I understand that's fair enough
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    Nope, unless they were some sort of Mike Pence-like Christian conservative.
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    (Original post by Starlight22)
    Depends on whether or not they try and convince me to believe in their views and if cause of religion we had different ideas on things like abortion and stuff; then again you can have different views with someone without them being religious. Id probably have more in common with an agnostic or atheist but I wouldn't turn down someone religious unless they were doing the whole you're going to hell/ karma's coming for you thing.

    Really just depends on the person.
    Lol I hate people like that " you'll go to hell"
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    If they’re enthusiastic about it, yeah
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Lol I hate people like that " you'll go to hell"
    Never met one but Ive heard of people who have, must be a weird way to live to accuse people of eternal damnation for no reason
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    (Original post by Rum Ham)
    When it comes to a romantic partner, I would have to be with someone who had the same views as me on certain things, religion being one of them. I have no problem having friends who are religious but when it comes to the person I settle down with, we'd have to be on the same page, which for me, is non religious.
    Yeah that's understandable. So you'd never consider religion basically
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
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    No but i would prefer a christian (catholic or COFE) or a Jew if not,no Muslims
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    Imagine a Muslim and atheist getting together xD how the HELL does that work??
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    (Original post by Zxyn)
    If they’re enthusiastic about it, yeah
    Isn't that like saying if someone you are talking to is enthusiastic about this football club but you obviously don't support them would that out you off. Like they are life or death supporters or that team. Weird analogy ik lol
 
 
 
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