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Time For Sensitivity Training

retiredcoach Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:45 PM
If gays and women want to freely exercise their beliefs, they must respect the right of others to do the same. If you use force such as legislation or defamation to restrict another’s free speech, then you are heading down a dangerous path. You are essentially saying that morality is relative and might makes right. There is nothing wrong with a private organization setting its own rules, whether it is the Catholic Church excluding priestesses, or the Boy Scouts of America excluding gays. Neither the Boy Scouts of America nor the Catholic Church use force against gays and nuns. So, gays and nuns are not victims unless they make themselves victims. Gays who want to lead young boys may start their own clubs; they are free to exclude heterose
Raven7 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 1:53 PM
"Gays who want to lead young boys may start their own clubs; . . ."

They don't want their own candy bar, they want to force you to share YOUR candy bar.
retiredcoach Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 12:46 PM
heterosexuals. Likewise, women who want be priests may establish their own church where they are priestesses; they are free to exclude males.
Jay Wye Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 8:18 PM
it reminds me of when girls wanted to be part of the boys "club".
then once the moms made the boys accept the girl,the whole thing fell apart.

it's being a SPOILER.

Chris Culliver, the San Francisco 49ers player who badmouthed gays last week, will soon begin LGBT sensitivity training. When do the public figures who badmouth conservative Christians begin their sensitivity training?

Back in 2007, basketball player Tim Hardaway received an avalanche of criticism when he said during a radio interview, “I hate gay people. I don’t like to be around gay people. I’m homophobic. I don’t like it. It shouldn’t be in the world for that or in the United States for it. So yeah, I don’t like it.” He too went to sensitivity training and has since emerged as a...