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Still, some people would say that the Bible promotes prejudice against homosexuals and that those who adhere to its moral code are intolerant. Because there is a difference between rejecting homosexual Consider a comparison: Suppose you view smoking as harmful and even repugnant. Would you be considered narrow-minded just because your view of smoking differs from his?
‘The Bible was written at a time when people were narrow-minded,’ they claim. Would the fact that he smokes and you do not smoke automatically mean that you are prejudiced against him?
Still, the Bible says that certain conduct Consider a comparison: Some experts say that certain behavioral traits, such as aggression, may have a biological cause.
The Bible does not specifically comment on the biology of aggression, but it does —Psalm 37:8; Ephesians .
And no, this is not a rant by men about how they have been unfairly portrayed.
We are doing it in an improvized fashion, so, there will be a number of props onstage and the three men will go ballistic and randomly go onstage, interact with the audience, pick up a prop and start acting." The Penis Monologue is a heart-wrenching story about what a man feels about himself and the other gender — it is a man expressing his feelings about the relationship between a man and a woman, and the responsibility he feels towards society The play will have various instances, some that will make you laugh out loud, and others that will tug at the heartstrings.
So, while on one hand there will be an old man talking about his experience of losing his virginity to a woman who is 20 years older than him, who remembers her not because of the lust, but because how beautiful their relationship was, there are others of a man making fun of himself and sexual issues by saying if women have to deal with periods in their early years, men have to deal with erectile dysfunction in their later years.
It's a funny take with soul-touching stories, and will make a woman fall in love with the men in her life all over again," says Sharmin.
A point to note is that 70% of the audience in their previous show consisted of women, who, the director says, not only thoroughly enjoyed the show, but were talking and reacting throughout the performance. "Both the genders have a mix of the good and the bad.