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David Weltman those straight-only homeless shelters already exist, they’re run by the loving Christians. Weltman it’s not excluding anyone. It’s creating a space for lgbtq people who don’t have anywhere to go. There’s plenty of other shelters for everyone else to go to, but hardly do any of those shelters provide protections for individuals. Grinch I used to smile and then I drove the bus. Word.
Grinch I used to smile and then I drove the bus
Most homeless shelters are Faith Based so that means if you DO go there you for sure 100% can not be your self, if someone xant be themselves they never get better. Its a cycle some people go through. And its so sad. David Weltman you strike me as the kind of guy who will yell “exclusion” because you can’t park in a handicap spot. Never mind that ya have a whole parking lot, but because those 4 spots are set aside for someone worse off than you, it’s not fair. Karli Rowland Sorry, but how, exactly, would anyone even know if a homeless person at a shelter is? Does the shelter ask them when they try to enter or does the LGBTQ individual volunteer the info? Josh heckman you are part of the society that is either agree with me or else. Grinch I used to smile and then I drove the bus. I’m no bigot against anyone. I have gay friends, black friends, Hispanic friends and so on. I love that everyone is unique. But the message has moved from acceptance and understanding to separatism. David James I am no way privileged. And I have no problem with any movement and or ideology. Until it becomes a separatist ideology. My belief is that regardless of who you want to date or marry or what ethnicity you are everyone get a shot. See how that works? Straight people are now asking for what the idea started off in the first place. Nobody said anything about burying the next. Lift each other up.