"What do you think about the whole 'gay marriage' thing? For it? Ban it?" asked the total stranger. He had popped up on my Facebook messages quite out of thin air. His name didn't ring a bell, we weren't FB friends, and he even confirmed that this was a totally random question to a stranger. … Continue reading Be Prepared for Surprises
Your lips drip poison. You beg for kisses. You whisper behind the back. You yearn for trust. You erect a walls of iron. You cry against my fence. You lurk in the shadow and say that you are strong. You taunt and tease the lion until his cage is opened. You rustle the feathers of … Continue reading Hypocrite
We like to think we know everything. We don't. Whatever cause you fight for (religion, sports team, social rights, etc) you don't know the entirety of the issue just because you have Facebook and Twitter or you saw that one passionate speech that went viral. We like to think that we're geniuses and our opponents … Continue reading What Your Enemies Can Teach You
UPDATE: I've decided to take down this post. Shortly after I wrote it, some new evidence came up that the whole Dayna Morales scandal may have been faked. Maybe it was, maybe it's legit, the jury is still out as of this writing. But that wasn't the real reason I took it down. Many Christians … Continue reading Thanks, Christians!
I used to ignore it when a GLBT person would say "God loves me anyway." After all, what did they really care about God? They were just saying that to get the Christians off their backs. And for many, this is still true. But then I started to see another demographic: those in the GLBT … Continue reading Queer AND Christian?
As of this writing, the US Supreme Court has not yet reached a decision on whether or not homosexual marriage should be a thing. I think it's fair to say the US is holding its breath on this one. Christians are one of the biggest groups anxiously awaiting the answer. And I think it's passed … Continue reading What If…?
We've all heard the homosexual stereotypes. For men, it's usually a strong fashion sense, a lisp, and a body that makes straight girls mourn. For the women, it's physical strength, short/unusual hairstyles, or simply not accepting a guy's phone number (the nerve). But there's one stereotype that isn't often directly addressed, but it's a very prominent … Continue reading Friendship is Gay