There is an important irony here. Many in the gay community have been pushing for greater monitoring of bullying in our schools; of which I fully support. In fact, I have featured some stories on my blog about kids who were mercilessly teased and then committed suicide. That happened to me back in grade-school. I got called “fag” a lot. I forgot what that felt like. Now, the Lords is reminding me. My heart goes out to children who get kicked around by ignorant classmates. But I also have a problem with the gay agenda which puts children at risk by making coming-out look easy; even necessary. Although some of my brothers and sisters in the gay community have written comments that disagree with my positions, they are still courteous and respectful. But I am shamed that the majority have been profanity laced and hate filled. This kind-of supports what I write about in my upcoming book (I am having it self-published,) that a narcotic group mentality often takes over those that enter the gay life; I was one of them. We intermediately attack anyone who disagrees with us, rather than listening to what they have to say. But remember, words have power. The Lord has armored me and I love to take arrows for him. But some in this world may not have that Faith. God bless you all.