posted on Mar, 10 2019 @ 07:35 PM
a reply to: JAGStorm
What a callous and flippant arrogant statement, Jags. About him citing his religion: "I personally think that is a pretty weak cop out."
Really? You don't think it took courage for that kid to forfeit the match? You don't think he thought about the teasing he would get? Or the
push-back from his team members? Have some humanity, lady.
As a person raised in a fundamentalist Christian church, I can tell you that his citing religion is absolutely not a "cop out" but actually a brave
and disciplined decision he made. If his church is anything like the one I was raised in, he absolutely would not be allowed to wrestle girls. And
honestly, can you really not imagine in your mind why that might be?
Are there not wrestling moves and situations where that girl's crotch would be right in his face? Or where he would be on top of her? Or where her
breasts would be pressed against him? Many, many Christians are going to think that is too immodest an activity for a Christian boy or girl to be
engaging in with the opposite sex, even if it is a sport.
Furthermore, are you unfamiliar with teenage boys? Do you not know how visual they are and how much their hormones are raging? Many of them go
through a period where they can't even control when they get an erection. They see a pretty girl bend over in class to pick up her pencil- BAM,
erection, and they pray it goes away before anyone sees.
I think the real question is why the hell are we having boys and girls wrestle?
I have a question for you, Jags. If this boy was Muslim and cited his religion as the reason for forfeiting the match, would you still say it was a