In that vein, yes, we are talking about gay students being offended.
Why shouldn't Christian students be able to walk out when offended, and you insult them for doing so, yet do nothing when the shoe is on the other foot?
He criticized the Bible, he said we can reject those portions of the Bible that is BS. You keep losing sight of the facts.These Christian students were offended by the way Savage misrepresented their Christian beliefs. So, they walked out civilly.
Again, the false comparison comes back again, you just can't stop yourself. Criticizing the Bible is not equal to attacking a persons orientation......and most gays I know would not walk, they would challenge.If the shoe were on the other foot and homosexual students walked out from a Traditional Christian's rude comments I'd support their choice to leave civilly as well.
Did I say that? No, I did not.You can't say it's alright for homosexual students to walk out after being offended, yet castigate Christian students for doing the same thing.
(2) You are the one who misses the point. Dan Savage's behavior was the problem. He could have gotten his message across without being an asshole.
(3) You're deliberately ignoring my arguments. I'm talking about Christian/gay students being offended and walking out. The flaw in your comparison is that you think it's alright for gay students to walk out, yet you insult Christian students for walking out. It shows you're being unfair in this discussion.
(4) So do you think both gay students and Christian students can walk out, or what?