Homosexuality vs Hunger

Homosexuality vs Hunger. Idiocy: If the picture on the left shocks you more than the one on the right, you need to revise your views on immorality? No. Better said: If heroifying the circumstance on the left is more important to you than ending the circumstance on the left then you need to revise your views on social-justice.

Homosexuality vs Hunger. Idiocy: If the picture on the left shocks you more than the one on the right, you need to revise your views on immorality? No. Better said: If heroifying the circumstance on the left is more important to you than ending the circumstance on the left then you need to revise your views on social-justice.

Homosexuality vs Hunger. Idiocy: If the picture on the left shocks you more than the one on the right, you need to revise your views on immorality? No. Better said: If heroifying the circumstance on the left is more important to you than ending the circumstance on the left then you need to revise your views on social-justice.

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3 Responses to Homosexuality vs Hunger

  1. David Adrian says:

    Ending the one on the right would involve giving someone resources, which is something people can be held up as hypocritical if they advocate but don’t do themselves.

    What crusader wants a cause that people can both call hypocrisy on them for not giving their own wages to, and people can help without a third party inbetween?

  2. Khonevilay says:

    You shouldn’t compare two kinds of people who both want to make a difference in this world in a positive way… To me “heroifying the circumstance on the left” is more important, but only because I feel I can do more for this case. The image of the hungry children is heart-piercing. Can’t people just want to make a better society in anyway they want?