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This is so sweet!

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Hey! We’ve had a few questions on christians/lgbt community, so I thought I’d answer with my own story. I can’t speak for the rest of my group as we each have our own reason for starting this campaign, but here’s mine. I was raised in a very strict Christian family from Northern Ireland, but we also had close family friends who are gay. As I have no other family in Scotland these friends became almost like a second family and I have always called them my Uncles.
The other year we got their wedding invitation and of course I was excited, I told every one I knew that I was going. However some people were less excited, a couple people at my Dad’s work told him that they’d never talk to him again and a girl from my church screamed at me and told me that God hated me and everyone else at the wedding.
They are some of my closest friends and I never even realised that their marriage would cause anything other than happiness. Of course we went anyway, and it was the one of the funnest days ever! However I was still shocked that I knew homophobic people - it had always seemed like a distant issue that didn’t affect me.
So there you are. I am straight and non-denominational christian (that’s a whole other story) and I support LGBT rights in an active way. I cannot believe that homosexuality is a sin, so I don’t and neither do my parents. Homophobia is a major issue and is unacceptable, from anyone.

fighthomophobia:

Hey! We’ve had a few questions on christians/lgbt community, so I thought I’d answer with my own story. I can’t speak for the rest of my group as we each have our own reason for starting this campaign, but here’s mine. I was raised in a very strict Christian family from Northern Ireland, but we also had close family friends who are gay. As I have no other family in Scotland these friends became almost like a second family and I have always called them my Uncles.

The other year we got their wedding invitation and of course I was excited, I told every one I knew that I was going. However some people were less excited, a couple people at my Dad’s work told him that they’d never talk to him again and a girl from my church screamed at me and told me that God hated me and everyone else at the wedding.

They are some of my closest friends and I never even realised that their marriage would cause anything other than happiness. Of course we went anyway, and it was the one of the funnest days ever! However I was still shocked that I knew homophobic people - it had always seemed like a distant issue that didn’t affect me.

So there you are. I am straight and non-denominational christian (that’s a whole other story) and I support LGBT rights in an active way. I cannot believe that homosexuality is a sin, so I don’t and neither do my parents. Homophobia is a major issue and is unacceptable, from anyone.

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fighthomophobia:

This is so sweet!

fighthomophobia:

This is so sweet!

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Here is another great website, especially if you want to get your school involved!

http://www.stonewall.org.uk/what_you_can_do/campaigning_opportunities/it_gets_better_today/4869.asp

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