Dakota was in a German class at the high school when the conversation shifted to religion and homosexuality in Germany. At some point during the conversation, he turned to a friend and said that he was a Christian and “being a homosexual is wrong.”
“It wasn’t directed to anyone except my friend who was sitting behind me,” Dakota told Fox. “I guess [the teacher] heard me. He started yelling. He told me he was going to write me an infraction and send me to the office.”
Dakota was sentenced to one day in-school suspension – and two days of full suspension. His mother was flabbergasted, noting that her son had a spotless record, was an honor student, volunteered at his church and played on the school football team.
One of our "natural" and "inalienable rights" is the right of conscience.The whole 1st amendment is rooted and grounded in this fundamental right.We all have a right to be governed by our own conscience and to state openly in public,without fear of reprisal,what those convictions are,as long as we don't infringe on others "inalienable rights."
Dakota,has every right to judge homosexuality as morally wrong.By personally judging something as morally wrong,he or anyone else is not infringing on anyones right to engage in such deviant behavior or supporting such deviant behavior.
Tolerance is a 2 way street,maybe the radical homosexual left should practice it sometimes.