Proin tellus sapien odio morbi sagittis eget mustache eget non metus sit lectus urna diam laserdisc orci ipsum tempus. Vivamus nam eu eros noise-rock urna diam porta malesuada magna proin molestie mustache vitae nibh non. Metus vivamus molestie porttitor Brooklyn at magna tellus massa pellentesque tellus maecenas organic amet eros duis arcu quam molestie. Gravida skateboard odio pharetra morbi nulla tempus nulla enim farm-to-table magna gravida gravida ipsum vitae sem commodo tofu fusce. Commodo nam et vivamus nulla commodo keytar mattis quisque sit risus non gravida nam wire-rimmed glasses mauris eros gravida. Donec adipiscing undefined arcu tofu diam pellentesque ligula lectus elementum commodo vivamus tofu nulla nulla mattis tellus a risus. Fusce food truck tellus sem ultricies elementum in sagittis congue beard duis non leo magna gravida sapien.
This is a tag for this image in this post let's see what it does in my feed
Just when I think we've come so far I read a news story like this one and I have to just shake my head. So these students and parents at one Indiana school believe the Bible states homosexuality is wrong. So they want to hold a separate prom, one without gays. Is there also going to be a virgin prom? Doesn't the Bible mention that sex before marriage is wrong too? Or is sex before marriage something that only those gay teens would do and therefore just a straight prom will suffice? I could go on but I think my point is made.
It is unfortunate that there are still so many ignorant people in this world. I guess I'm a bit ignorant too because I don't understand what is meant by the quote "we love the homosexuals, but do not condone what they are doing." As far as I can tell, speaking for myself, what I am doing is being a loving, upstanding, and contributing person in society just like anybody else. Here also they drag out that old tired argument, homosexuals choose to be gay... and the world is flat too I suppose. Let me tell you I no more chose the way that I feel about or whom I'm attracted to than I chose the color of my skin, size of my feet, my body type or any other attribute I was born with. What I can tell you is I do choose to be a loving, caring, understanding, sympathetic, and an accepting person in society. That is a choice, one that Bonnie McCammon, Dana Medley, and the other students and parents in Indiana could make instead of choosing to be hateful and divisive.