From ‘Imaginative Writing’ by Janet Burroway (4th Edition):
Try this 1.5:
“Write down a question you want answered and research it. Write down what you gather from your findings, briefly.”
“Why do we care about other people’s sexuality?”
– What I have gathered is that people are afraid of the younger generations learning from other people’s interests, and possibly turning into that themselves. I call utter bogus on this, however. Watching a girl kiss another girl does not mean you’re going to like it yourself. Straight parents can raise a gay child, and gay parents can raise a straight child all the same. That’s my opinion at least. I find this era to be a very picky and self-righteous one… definitely in a bad way. It’s quite rude to pry into other people’s lives and judge them for things that don’t harm you in any way, shape, or form.
My boyfriend told me a very interesting piece of information today while we were driving by the seaside. He has a tendency to go off on little tangents of things he finds interesting, (mainly to do with science or social psychology). Today he spoke about how there was a conspiracy theory that had to do with the Big Bang separating atoms- and now the atoms are trying to find their bonds once more. Which could explain a lot about finding soul-mates and partners (regardless of gender). I found it quite (romantically) sweet, and somewhat plausible at least.
Everything’s just chemicals and reactions in my book! (Though don’t get me wrong, I find the idea of religion to be quite beautiful: In some cases at least.)