The preacher is correct. Where is the line drawn? We allowed ourselves to cave in to the demands of fringe groups, and once we began to accept one such practice, the rest just started to pile on, also seeking their "rights" in society. In other words, we are largely to blame, because we were far too accepting of deviance. This is the entirely predictable end result.
LGBT Equality: Gay Rights in Norway
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LGBT rights in New Zealand
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Check showtimes to see when Amanpour is on CNN where you are. Or watch online. Before their wedding ceremony begins in rural Afghanistan, a year-old man sits to be photographed with his year-old bride. The girl tells the photographer that she is sad to be engaged because she had hoped to become a teacher. Her favorite class was Dari, the local language, before she had to leave her studies to get married.