And how can you say either lifestyle is not a choice?
So for purposes of this post, I am only recognizing gays and lesbians as party to the debate.
Major corporations (like the one I just left) have special task forces on GLBT marketing (or in my former employer’s case, the health care needs of GLBT, which, seems to me, are the same health care needs as everyone else, except for counseling and an operation for the T's).
In short, it's all about being politically correct.
How long before we start calling it the "G" word? It's coming! America IS that freaking stupid!
In churches, we’ve gone from gays being persecuted and vilified (not very Christian behavior), to being prayed for (better), to some Christian churches performing same sex marriages, in spite of a pretty clear track record in the Bible of the acceptability of gay and lesbian behavior (can you say turned into pillars of salt?).
Some Lutheran churches allow gay priests, and recently, a gay bishop.
I believe that many churches are sacrificing their principles to be trendy again.
My father thought the Catholic church made a mistake when they stopped saying mass in Latin.
He may have been right on that one...it seems to have been a slippery slope.
You'll notice I refrained from making a Vaseline joke there. I am not totally without couth.