Being scared to vocalize doesn't bring change. So grateful that the 60s brought us some extremely brave people!
Folks around here aren't scared to put down a published layout with a spelling error and are insulted by the lack of professionalism from a scrapbooking magazine... but too chicken to fight for real people.
Way to go.
Would it be helpful to know that my beloved homosexual friends can spell?
Has zero to do with "being scared to vocalize". Anyone that really knows me knows that about me (and I know that about some of the people who posted here too! ). I have no issue talking about this with my family/friends/or anyone face to face actually. This site is about scrapping - not the gay marriage issue. Not that you can't talk about that here in NSBR, but I guarantee if that conversation actually gets started, it WILL get nasty and WILL get mopped. Seen too much of it here (politics, religion, etc.) - too hard to do that in this environment.
I could care less either way, but I think people have the right to love/marry who they want. Both of my sisters are gay and have been in committed relationships. I feel that if someone has the strength to live the life and deal with the consequences then power to them. That being said it isn't the life I would want for my children. But I was also raised to believe that God loves everyone and I was also taught not to judge people based on their choices.