I recently read an article about LGBTQ in my religion class and I cringed so hard. It made me realise that I never really thought about it much since I don't know many LGBTQ people that are close to me. So I thought about it, and I came to one very strong conclusion: I support LGBTQ people 100% and I can't stand people who don't.

If you don't know what LGBTQ means, it means Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer. So everyone with a different sexuality than "straight".

The article I read was about a catholic man who was discussing why he thought that LGBTQ-people should not be allowed to get married in church. I thought that was actual bullshit. His main argument was that marriage is something for those who want to get kids. And since LGBTQ-people can't produce kids the "normal" way, there's no need for them to get married. Like, really? We live in the 21st century for god's sake! Marriage isn't about producing kids anymore, it's about creating an official bond between two people who love each other.

People who hate on homosexual people are basically forbidding them to love someone. Love is magical, why should it matter with what gender you fall in love? Same with transgenders, if they feel better as the opposite gender then why not? Are they not allowed to be happy? People are people and this selection is really annoying me. Why is "straight" normal and all the rest isn't?

I'm not hating on any religion at all, I promise you I'm not. But things are moving so fast right now and I think that some religious people are staying behind. Evolution is key in our existence. We're entering an era of freedom and religion should be like that as well. It's supposed to evolve with it's people.

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I like this quote and I don't like it at the same time. It only applies to very extreme people like the man who wrote this article or terrorists, but it doesn't apply to most religious people. Keep that in mind

Again, I'm not hating on any religion, I respect everyone and I believe that everyone has the right to believe in whatever he wants to believe in. I don't think one religion is better than another. This was just my opinion on the LGBTQ-article I read.

I really want to know what you think about it so please tell me :) I hope you have a wonderful day and if not yet, make it one that counts ;)

Lots of love