posted on Jan, 21 2013 @ 09:56 PM
I am very tolerant of homosexual individuals, simply because I understand that no one can choose who they are attracted to. Women know this well, as
do some unfortunate guys. This goes for gay people too. Why would it be any different? The whole point of attraction is biological, which should tell
you that it is not a choice, so there is absolutely nothing unnatural about being homosexual. Even if the Bible did say it was wrong, and people did
not misconstrue it, it would be wrong as well, and I could justify their behavior either through religion or common sense and logic, whichever anyone
To answer the question posed in this thread...NO. Absolutely not. Homosexual coaches or teachers should not be allowed in the locker rooms or same sex
students. We have seen all of the student teacher relationships in the media, and this happens because of emotional attraction, with the teacher
usually being a bit screwed up emotionally or psychologically. Even if there are other teachers who were attracted to a student, they did not act on
those thoughts. It probably happens all the time, but does not go to that higher level of action, because most adults in that position could exhibit
constraint and etiquette and morals.
And that is just in a classroom setting. If you throw the locker room into the mix, I would think that the possibility for uncontrollable attraction
to a student of the same sex by a homosexual coach or teacher is quite high. So there is no point in creating a situation where that kind of behavior
could even materialize under such "easy" conditions. What I mean is that something bad is more likely to happen if this were allowed, as opposed to
if it was not allowed.