It's necessary to constantly remind ourselves that we are not an abomination.*
I am blessed--blessed that my parents instilled in me a sense that I could be who I am. I know that I am "...fearfully and wonderfully made." I stand in solidarity with LGBT city workers, here and everywhere, who have to deal with homophobia in the workplace. As a co-adviser of my institution's Gay/Straight Alliance, I will be sharing the events of the past few days with the student members as we discuss ways to effectively combat bullying and hate. Carl Bean, founder of Unity Fellowship Church, had his own way of expressing his pride as a child of God. Click on the link below:
* Marlon was attempting to express our humanity in all its permutations. I concur with him, especially on behalf of those who have not yet internalized his sentiments.