I think you are so far off the mark. You can be both a Christian and accept gays. The kids get it, so should you. The passages that are so often quoted to shore up the anti-gay argument are from the old testament. If this thing called gay was such an abomination, wouldn't Jesus have spoken out against it? I think you minimize your effect on people that hear the words of Christ to love your neighbor and not to judge and then try to justify your garbled "they ain't like us" speech.<quoted text>You people love double standards. Freedom of speech does not mean the right to be heard.
Nobody is required to stop at the soapbox you are standing on and listen to your speech.
If you want your speech printed in the paper, they might charge you an advertising fee. Yell CENSORSHIP al you want. But pay the fee if you want it printed.
If that page in the yearbook had been titled "It's okay to be a fundamentalist Christian" the fagagandists would be screaming for a lawsuit.
So, while you use your fancy compound words like fagagandist, I will continue to tell anyone who will listen that there is a place for them in my church. Hugs, brother.