In the month of May, Vienna went out of its way to show it’s support of the LGBT community by changing the crosswalk signals.
As the world attempts to break free of gender stereotypes (more in this Washington Post article), it’s beginning to feel like things are getting pushed too hard.
While one side—stereotypically Christians—has done anything but treat the LGBT community with the kind of love Jesus would be proud of, these kind of radical actions go too far in my opinion.
Why is it assumed that the typical crosswalk person is hetrosexual?
What if the crosswalk lights are gay, but because of their Christian worldview, have decided to become celibate?
And what if the crosswalk light is actually an Atheist and doesn’t believe governments should be meddling in when pedestrians can and cannot cross the street?
You can call me crazy or taking this analogy too far, because it looks like they already have taken it too far in Vienna.
SOURCE: Washington Post