Amelia Atwater-Rhodes Message Board
Fm'varl'nesera-hena posts on 6/18/2007 11:46:42 PM
I just finished Wolfcry, and it surprised me. I loved it but, I didn't like how she ran from her troubles. The future was grim, but even Hai said the future may be false. I don't hate the homosexual lifestyle, I just don't think the book needed it or was even ready for it. Hawksong was about love of a man and a woman and I think the books should have remained the same. I personally wish Oliza would have chosen Nicias or Pratl. I will still be looking foward to Wyvernhail, and will enjoy it no matter what happens.
uzushi posts on 6/1/2007 8:09:32 PM
Ms.Rhodes I LOVE your books and I cant wait for the next one to come out it would be and awsome if you kept writing on the Keisha'ra series because I enjoy them so much and By the way whos the man Hei likes?
happy posts on 5/9/2007 5:07:28 PM
I dont judge because i think that people have the right to think what ever they want. But i would not compar gay people with being terrorist. In the end we are all humans, being gay doesnt make you more or less of a person. You are who you are.
me posts on 4/27/2007 6:17:38 PM
But what is the relationship based on? Sorry to be so very very blunt, but it’s not love, it’s the sick sex. Sorry, that’s just the way it is. Why is it that everyone who has a disputing opinion is viewed as close-minded? Having an opinion is not being close-minded. I’m not going to compare serial killing as murder, but couldn’t that be called a lifestyle? Or terrorism. For any terrorist it’s certainly a lifestyle for them. Again, I’m not comparing it with terrorism, but it’s the same concept. Are we close-minded for not letting them do what they want? Close-minded. Where’s the open-mindedness for people who think homosexuality is wrong? Where’s the “tolerance” for us?
A clone? And how exactly would you define a clone? Somebody who happens to agree with a large number of people? Because then your definition wouldn’t be correct, but that would make me a clone; however, then you would be to.
Hmm, for one reason or another, you didn’t answer Adna’s question. I wonder why that could be.
happy posts on 4/24/2007 5:43:33 PM
wow i didnt mean to bring up the topic about gay people it just made me feel sick reading wolf cry. NO I DONT have a promblem with gay people.I dont know who started on the homosexuality stuff all i asked was if she was a lesbian. I love her books i mean they are so great so i wasnt saying i hate them i just didnt like wolf cry becaure oliza goes gay. I have nothing aggaints gay people i mean its their life they can do what they want. I WAS THE ANYNOMOSE FROM LAST TIME THAT BROUGHT THIS WHOLE SUBJECT UP. SO SORRY IF I HUURT ANYONE.
faye posts on 4/24/2007 1:25:10 PM
umm ok all the poeple who question homosexuality are closed minded. it shouldnt matter what gender you are as long as you love the person doesnt that count for anything?
and now i'm going to be blunt with you. i'm gay. and its perfectly natural and there is nothing wrong with me. honestly i pity anyone who questions homosexuality becuase that means they are just another clone without a mind of there own.
Adnamarine posts on 4/23/2007 7:43:33 PM
It's not the people I have a problem with, it's the lifestyle. It's not normal. If it's so normal and natural, then how come so many people call that into question? I don't see anybody out there saying that marriage between a man and woman should be illegal, or that that kind of relationship is wrong. Does that honestly make sense? No one is born with that tendancy, it's not a genetic trait, it is NOT normal.
faye posts on 4/23/2007 10:18:05 AM
wow some of u people are really low. homosexuality shouldnt even be questioned. its completely normal if everyway. and who ever thinks its disturbing that means you need to grow up.
besides all of that the books where amazing in everyway
Night Shadow posts on 4/11/2007 2:30:02 PM
I Understand where you all are coming from, but don't critisize the character for homosexuality... it's a life style
DEAL WITH IT!!!!
P.S. Amelia is a lesbian... (sorry Amy, I just thought the world should know, eventhough it's quite obvious...
Rebecca posts on 3/20/2007 11:38:44 PM
I wasn't being negative. I was being truthful. I have nothing against gay people. I think people who have a problem with Wolfcry should try and understand cause the author is gay.
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