!! OMG, New Jehovah’s Witness children’s cartoon says being gay is like being denied at airport TSA !!

Learning how to hate – Awe! It’s always so precious teaching a child to change their well-adjusted, inclusive view on love and equality, and skewing it to scare them and make them believe they won’t be let into an eternal paradise in the sky.

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6 Comments on "OMG, New Jehovah’s Witness children’s cartoon says being gay is like being denied at airport TSA"

  1. The Bible also says plenty of other ridiculous things, including selling your daughter into slavery, not touching women on their periods, the problems with left-handed people….it goes on and on. I don’t pick and choose, I choose not to believe most of it. That’s not to say there aren’t some good things in there, I just think think it doesn’t work for me.

  2. DJisFIERCE | May 4, 2016 at 5:30 pm | Reply

    I agree, I wouldn’t specifically say this was hatred. I grew up a Witness. I think it does encourage children to not mind their own business. It is making children believe that the lives of others are up for their comment or approval/disapproval. This has always been my issue. Even as a Witness at one point, I wondered why others felt as though the life of someone else required their comment. Just like it is no business of mine if these individuals remain Witnesses, it is not their business what I do with my life, nor comment on it.

  3. Great response Junk4sts – well thought and poignant.

  4. FieldMedic | May 4, 2016 at 3:08 pm | Reply

    @Dan It does teach hate. When you “other” people you create a breeding ground for mistrust, fear, and fundamentalism. Those three are what turn to hate. As Star Wars taught us: “Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to suffering.”

  5. Actually, there is nothing in this video that teaches “hate” as you state. While it is not my personal religious belief – it is the belief of the Jevhavah Witness religion, and that is what it is teaching. As such, they are not a religion I want to join or associate myself with – but that is not hatred towards them, just a difference of opinion. We are all allowed different opinions. Acceptance is a two-way street – and the author of the article needs a dose of diversity/acceptance training to learn the difference between hate and opinions.

  6. this one is difficult for me, I believe in Christ and the bible, and unfortunately, the bible does say those things, the “witnesses” are not making this stuff up. This is why pretty much every Bible based religion frowns on homosexuality. true believers in Christ and the Bible can’t change what the book says, and feel like they must live their lives according to God’s word (which means the Bible), and teach their children to live that way as well. This will always be somewhat of an issue, and it doesn’t have an easy answer. The Bible also say that Christians should love as Jesus loved and to save judgment for God, this is I think where most Christians fail, they forget to be loving citizens of earth. People who live without the burden of bible based religion, cannot honestly expect Christians to just drop their beliefs, but we should expect Christians to honor the laws of the land they live in, (which is required of them by their Bible) and to approach daily life with a loving spirit. This video, if anything, is too short, and it does not address the daily realities of living in a world where not everyone shares the same beliefs.

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