Tweet As I sat across from an eighteen year old young woman, I asked the question “why don’t you want to be Saved?” She responded. “I want to curse. I want to fornicate, and I am a liar. I want to do these things without thinking about why I should not be doing it. I…
Same-Sex Marriage Law. What It Is NOT Saying!
Tweet At first, I did not publically oppose the Same-Sex Marriage law until I learned how Same-Sex Marriage laws have impacted children and traditional families in other countries and U.S. States that Same-Sex Marriage is legal. As Same-Sex Marriage and the Homosexual Revolution increases, my eyes became open and ears began to hear clearly that…
Whatever Happened to Respect?
As I was walking home one day, I noticed a couple ahead of me. Every few minutes they stopped to smooch and whisper to each other. All of sudden their gentle touches became violent. They began yelling at each other in the middle of the street. I was tripping on this couple because the words they yelled made me wonder why they were together in the first place. Neither of them displayed the ingredients for a normal, healthy relationship. They weren’t even aware of how ignorant and disrespectful they were being. Well the conversation ended when the “gentleman” yelled “You suck my d!#k!” Not one for backing down, the “young lady” replied, “Well you eat my pu$#y!”
This is not the first time I’ve witnessed “loving couples,” married and unmarried go at it in public. I have been at small friendship gatherings, birthday parties, and at family reunions where this disrespect has become the new norm between couples. They would argue, belittle, curse at one another and bring out personal failures while everyone in attendance looked on. Not only is this disrespectful, but it could also lead to domestic violence. Then these “loving couples” have the nerve to tell those in the room to stay out of their business. Well, if they didn’t want folks commenting or gossiping about their business, they should argue at home.