OK this is really going to stir the pot, just a thought though, not taking sides, because I get it for both sides. Gay people are still people? OK and the private school has a "right" to discriminate based on their beliefs? Not sure, that is where law comes in. So what if a school was saying that they did not want anyone of a certain race in their school? Would that be OK? Don't they have a "right" to do that?So to side with the "gay" for a second, I ask, "Are we not all god's children?" as you holly rollers like to say. And to side with the church for a second, being in a free country, I feel you should be able to discriminate all you want to. So this comes down to being a business decision on the churches part, after all churches are business anyway. Cater to those you want and try to discourage those you don't. Advice to the gay, just go where you are accepted. Why would you want to go where you are not accepted. Ok, I'm done. For the record, I am not gay. Gay people don't bother me. That is there decision, choice, or problem depending on how you look at it. Does not concern me. Peace!
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