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CROSSING HYPOCRISY


I remember one holiday sitting in the living room chatting with my in-laws, when the subject of high school reunions and old classmates came up. In the course of our conversation, my brother-in-law started laughing when he proceeded to tell us a story about one of his classmates who had found him on Facebook, and as a result they started talking about their lives, and so on and so forth. It just happened my wife remembered this classmate too.


Well, in any event, my brother-in-law went on to tell us the story of his former classmate who by day was a successful businessman; but, by night, he was a successful entertainer – now, not just any ordinary entertainer, but a cross-dressing entertainer at a local establishment in downtown Minneapolis. Of course, my brother-in-law and my wife just couldn’t hold in the laughter.


Although he was living a double life, he didn’t think there was anything wrong with his lifestyle and morality so to speak. Certainly, I don’t agree with his lifestyle or his morality – but I bet he believes that his ethic is clear and it fits within the parameters of the community in which he associates.

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