Right and Wrong?

Right and wrong? Is there a difference? Rebekah Koontz site

Recently, gay marriage was legalized in the United States. This is not a post on whether I am for or against homosexuality. This isn’t a post on my opinion at all.

This post—really—is just a question, a concern even, and I’d like to know your thoughts on this.

Not too many years ago, homosexuality was considered wrong, morally and biologically. It was an unfortunate condition some suffered with. Now, it is considered normal, natural, and right.

My concern is: How many other things that are “wrong” today will be considered “right” a few years from now?

Replying To Comments On: “Calling Him Caitlyn”

Replying to comments on Calling Him Caitlyn by Rebekah Koontz

On June 5th, I wrote Calling Him Caitlyn.

I knew I was going against the general consensus. That is what prompted me to write it. My dad has described it as me saying the Emperor isn’t wearing any clothes.

But I want to talk about the comments that were posted in reply.

Blog Book Club: “Eleanor & Park” – By Rainbow Rowell

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Eleanor and Park is a teenage love story about two people from very different worlds.

I have one thing to say.

The feels are real.

[WARNING: SPOILERS INCLUDED]

“Eleanor And Park” For April’s Blog Book Club!

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Dear Friends, I am finally here announcing the book for April’s Blog Book Club!!

This announcement is late because of a few technicalities I have encountered along the way.

Prepare yourself for a mini-paragraph-rant. (Don’t be scared. It’s six sentences.)

Blog Book Club Review: “An Abundance Of Katherines” – By John Green

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Today is the day. The long awaited first blog post for our #BekahsBooks Blog Book Club.

We read An Abundance Of Katherines, we #BekahsBooks tweeted, we Instagrammed, we will stop beginning sentences with “we” and start the discussion and review already.

An Abundance Of Katherines is about a “washed up prodigy” named Colin Singleton who is repeatedly dumped by girls named Katherine. After Katherine #19, as Colin was again mourning his loss with his cheek against the carpet of his bedroom floor, his best friend suggested a road trip.