Just pay closer attention to the questions for accurate results. I consider myself a centrist that leans to the left, and yet I always end up as that. So if they're vague how come they're getting it right?
I thought your position was justified though. You have a lot of right-wing ideas (not that it's a bad thing), from what you expressed here. What were your thoughts on abortion, sex before marriage, morality without religion and homosexuality?
That's exactly like mine. Although the last test crossed me over to the authoritarian side. But I've always been a centre-leftist social moderate.
It's true that the women in the gay parades tend to be heterosexual, and usually, feminists.
To be fair, it could be a guy thing. Men are really visual. So it's understandable for them to be really repulsed when they see something sexually unattractive to them. Gays guys are disgusted by vaginas anyway. Lol. I don't think religion is always the root to homophobia, even though it can be used as an excuse.
abortion I thought should be allowed because there's alot of dumb teenaged (sometimes young adult) broads who, despite sex education, """some how""" manage to still get pregnant by accident at a moment of their life when they have absolutely NO real way to independently support a child without going on welfare and draining a valuable resource that should be reserved for those down on their luck.
sex before marriage I thought shouldn't really be allowed on the basis that having sex without truly loving the other person has a strange psychological effect and ruins future relationships some how. sex before marriage isn't really the issue but sex without real love. I believe the marriage bit came about because it was considered that marriage was the ultimate way to show that you really loved someone; thus it became "sex before marriage"
morality without religion I thought was religion was a very good way of spreading morality because it incited a belief in something even though it's a very flawed way as it pretty much relies on soft brainwashing but it really does the job done. Religion and Nationalism, being part of an overall common group is a huge unifying factor when it comes to societies. You need a strongly united society in order to keep the state stable. The problem with a single common group of course is the exclusion of those not within the group but that's inevitable without placing them into the overall group some how.
My thoughts on homosexuality was that if it's really controlled by DNA, then there's no choice but to accept it as there's nothing to be really done about it.
You're going to dislike this Neon and Dom but don't take it personally.
I dislike the modern, Western idea of Homosexuality because I've noticed that homosexual Assyrians, here in the USA, place their sexuality higher than their Assyrian identity; they're more concerned with being gay instead of being Assyrian.
It's even gotten to a point where "gay" seems to be their ethnic identity rather than Assyrian and I've noticed this trend with other non-Assyrian gays. Also, I'm using gay to mean both men and women, not just men alone.
At a weak point in our very history and in consideration with our survival, we need every Assyrian to lend a helping hand...