I did post previously on the intolerance and immaturity of our culture that is anything but “tolerant” and seeks to force everyone to not only accept but wholeheartedly support and affirm homosexuality. Anyone who does not do so is considered a bigot or homophobic. Not agreeing with someone doesn’t mean one hates the person. On the contrary, we all want friends who are courageous enough to tell us when we are wrong or have overstepped the line.
That said, I may have found an example of someone who might qualify as genuinely homophobic. Continue reading