Why law for the unwholesome?
By JOHN TAYLOR | Mon, June 11, 2012 - 12:00 AM()
Under the HEADLINE Attitude downside, Peter Wickham says same-sex denial is a factor in the level of HIV (May 29 DAILY NATION).
My first concern is: who gave Mr Wickham the right to insult Barbadians? Of “sexual immaturity” he can speak for himself.
People in our society do have the right to their own sexual identities, but should legislation be instituted to justify this insalubrious activity – which has been said to be one of the contributory factors to HIV/AIDS?
Mr Wickham seems to believe that he has the right prescription for this issue, and all others are missing the boat. But what is morally right could never be wrong, despite who might advance arguments to the contrary in support of their preferences.
God’s law stands supreme.
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Some ministers of religion have said a resounding no to same-sex marriages being performed in Barbados. Do you agree?
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