Paraphrasing what someone said in an effort to have them clarify their points in an attack
now? I don't think you know what you're saying.
And lol @ you trying to sound intelligent with big words! Let me help you: instead of anachronism
. And then look up anachronism in the dictionary so you don't repeat that mistake in the future.
(Get it, future? Hmm, you probably don't; you are
the guy who invoked 'anachronism' incorrectly...)
"While I don't agree with +Mustafa Belgharbi conclusions as a father I know where he is coming from."
There may or may not be an important comma or two missing from this. But I'll go on the premise that you're saying his being a father changes anything. I disagree. If I had children I wouldn't raise them to fear gay people. I mean, follow that logic and they should fear straight people too, right? Everybody has genitals.
We trust heterosexual teachers to look after heterosexual kids. Those kids and teachers are sexually compatible, right? So why aren't you afraid of school teachers going on a molesting rampage with our school kids? This boy scouts thing is just as absurd.
So yes, if I had kids I wouldn't be worried about leaving them in the care of homosexuals. Or black people. Or women. This whole crazy fear is just that: crazy. It's be nice of +Mustafa Belgharbi
to explain his fear but I don't think he will.
If I had kids I wouldn't make an exception about explaining how some people are straight or gay. I'd at least try to stave off that kind of labeling for as long as possible. I'd explain that that girl like that girl and that guy likes that girl. People like who they like. At least I imagine how forward thinking people in the future define it.
And as far as the Boy Scouts go: private club; they can do whatever they want. My complaint will never be about that. It's stupid but it is what it is, for now. I mean, I'm not allowed in the Klan but you don't see me complaining.