Yes, I’m aware that the title may cause a little uprising and this post overall might lose me some followers, but honestly… I’m okay with that. I do have a reason that I unfollowed a Christian’s blog.
Now, my views on religion are a moot point in this post, although this particular person is using their religion as a crutch for their backward beliefs, religion has nothing to do with this issue. I still, for the life of me, cannot understand what the issue is with people living their lives the way they want to. It does not affect you, it does not hurt you. In the end, if you believe in God, then you know that he judges all in the end. It is not your place to judge someone’s decision to be transgendered, gay, bisexual, asexual, or whatever one chooses to be. It is not your place to judge someone for wanting a separate bathroom because they are uncomfortable with both the female and male options. Why do people think it is okay to judge someone else’s lifestyle?
If you don’t want to be transgendered, don’t be. If you don’t want to go to a certain store because that store is accepting of all individuals, then don’t… but don’t blame your inability to see the ignorance of how you are acting on your religion. God does not tell you to judge others. He does not tell you to treat a business or a person differently because of their beliefs. What if your best friend turned out to be transgendered? What is your mother decided to make the transformation? Would you tell them they are wrong and “boycott” them? I would hope not.
Our society today seems to have this crazy idea in their head that what other people do somehow affects them, their marriages, and their beliefs. If you are so easily affected, then I would do some questioning of your own religion because that should be a red flag. I do not think that I am better than anyone else, I do not think that my beliefs are better than anyone else’s, and I do not think that what others do will affect my life.
This reason is why I unfollowed a Christian’s blog. Although she posted fabulous content, most of the time, and seemed to be a great gal, I cannot support nor justify views that are negative towards another with no rhyme or reason. Please do not take this as “Well, their reason is that they don’t believe that,” because that was the whole point of this post. They may not believe in it, but it does not give them the right to judge another for not believing what they believe in. My biggest wish for the future is that we will live in a world that does not judge others. I know this is truly wishful thinking and, sadly, never going to happen, but a girl can dream, right?
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