It isn't necessarily a joke. I once had a pair of students (twin boys) whose biological father was undergoing a sex change. It wasn't long before I met his?her? new partner: another woman. My colleagues and I were left shaking our heads.
What is it that makes people think this joke is funny? It's tired and worn-out and wasn't very funny to begin with.
I am queer as a three dollar bill. I have spent 51 years in the hell of being a lesbian in a man's body. My Priest is OK with it, so that is at least a plus.
I suffer from the same affliction. My priest has treated me with unconditional Christian love. However, I have been ostracized and condemned by the LGBT community.
Oh absolutely. But I seriously doubted that Punch and Gebre were coming out as transexuals, on the forum (though guys, or ladies if you prefer, I will offer you my full support if you do).
Gosh, thanks for that. I hope you will offer us just as much support if we remain heterosexual.
“Universe,” “love,” “eternity,” “brotherhood,” “peace,” “life,” “justice,” “truth,” “God”… These are big words. Very big words. But not nearly big enough. They can’t be defined; they can only be lived.
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