- For all of you who aren’t sure, it is possible to be gay and Christian.
While it is possible to be gay and a christian, it is not possible to be a follower of Christ while engaging in a homosexual lifestyle. (I can discuss further with anyone who has questions about this)
- It’s also possible to believe in God and science.
- It is possible to be pro-choice and anti-abortion.
It is still advocating for the ability to legally kill another human even if you yourself wouldn’t pull the trigger.
- It is equally possible to be a feminist and love and respect men.
Totally, the problem is the movement has been hijacked by people who want to put men down. That is the problem with movements that focus on rights for a certain group. If you have a human rights movement, it is inclusive and no one gets put above another under the guise of equality.
- It’s possible to have privilege and be discriminated against, to be poor and have a rich life, to not have a job and still have money.
Agreed, so don’t make assumptions about another persons history.
- It is possible to believe in sensible gun control legislation and still believe in one’s right to defend one’s self, family, and property, it’s possible to be anti-war and pro-military.
“Sensible” is the problem. The system we have now is sensible. Most proposals beyond what we have now would not stop the attacks people are reacting to. People just want “something” done. The war/military part I agree with. There is just an overcompensation after people realized how terrible Vietnam vets were treated.
- It is possible to love thy neighbor and despise his actions.
- It is possible to advocate Black Lives Matter and still be pro police.
Once again, this is an issue of a push for equal rights being hijacked by the extremes. It is also a prime example of a symptom being addressed instead of the root, the Drug War.
- It is possible to not have an education and be brilliant.
Academia is a scam that has the world fooled.
- It is possible to be Muslim and also suffer at the hands of terrorists.
Pretty sure the majority of victims of terrorism are Muslim.
- It is possible to be a non-American fighting for the American dream.
While I agree, it should be pointed out that the American dream should be simply to be free. It doesn’t actually have anything to do with being in the borders of America other than historically America was the test for freedom. I want to see people fight for freedom all around the globe and I will fight to bring it back to America, better than before (I recognize it was never perfect).
- It is possible to be different and the same.
We are all humans with the same rights regardless of any group we may belong to. That is why I don’t like separating the fight for rights into interest groups.
We are all walking contradictions of what “normal” looks like. Let humanity and love win.