- Gender and Relationships
LGBT: Accept Others For Who They Are
Why are we not accepting of someone because of their beliefs or lifestyle ? It does not matter if a person is a believer or non-believer of God or if they are a part of the LGBT. My sister is in a Lesbian relationship and has been for quite a few years. She is not ashamed of her choice, why should we be? She and her partner are both loving and caring individuals. Why do so many believe that God has created everyone to be straight? God created all in his own image.
Some of us believe in God and others believe in Scientific theory however why do we argue to prove our points? Why do we condemn each other when we should get along? Why do we believe our Christian religion is the only one that should exist? Why do we condemn those when we have flaws in our own character?
All of us at some point in our lives have been rude to someone. From a personal perspective, I am also the first to apologize. Here at hub pages all of us are made up of many things some of us place ourselves out there for everyone to see; while others are afraid someone may judge them. What gives us the right to judge anyone because of a comment or a profile picture? What gives us the right to say that someone should have the same beliefs that we have? We honestly do not have any right to point fingers at another person; regardless of their beliefs, race, gender or choice.
After reviewing a few hubs and drinking a few cups of coffee.I came to the conclusion that we need to begin to accept each other and embrace the person. Not condemn and watch them fall. I will not condemn a single soul for who they are; nor am I concerned about their own personal sexual preference.
Because I am a believer of GOD and you may not be; does not make you any different then myself. We are supposed to 'Love our neighbors as ourselves', shouldn't we be doing this?
Being a part of the LGBT is not a shameful lifestyle. If you are Gay, Lesbian, Bi-Sexual or Transgender be yourself. Stand up for your beliefs and there are many of us who are Christians that will accept you for who you are.
Everyone may not agree with what we have to say when it comes to expressing our thoughts and opinions on the subject. But truly we are not concerned. If you are a part of the LGBT stand proud. Do not hang your head in shame. When people ask, be honest.
The LGBT has came along way and they still have a few small mountains to climb. But with determination and people like myself who believe all people should be treated equal. Those small mountains will become piles of dirt that will blow away in the wind.
If you have family members who are a part of the LGBT community, be supportive. Don't turn the other cheek. Give them a hand or a lend a ear. They are all people who need love and support too.
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