Courage to Speak the Truth About Sexuality and Gender

“Hey, remember that new karaoke place I was telling you about?” my younger sister asked. “Well, listen to this event they just shared.”

She then read a social media advertisement aloud. Using vulgar language, the ad described a weekly event celebrating alternative sexualities. The wording made fun of our small town’s old-fashioned values, and it was clear — the owners of this establishment wanted to change our local culture.

“Wow, I can hardly believe that,” I answered. “I can’t imagine something like that going well here. If it does, things really are changing.” Our town, a regional tourist destination, is known for Christian values and wholesome entertainment.

“I know,” my sister said. “And I had wanted us to go eat there. I’m glad we didn’t.”

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