First, I want it known that I don’t think you have to be black to head an NAACP chapter. Some may, I don’t.
But this isn’t about that. It’s about someone who’s one thing portraying themselves as another. And I want to say up front that I’ve been guilty of this in the past, as have most people, whether we tell fish stories, or lie about being somewhere we weren’t, or the like.
Rachel Dolezal portrayed herself publicly as something she’s not, and tried to change her appearance to suit how she felt. I’m not holding that against her, other than that she lied to people. But my point to make, here, is this…Isn’t this the same thing that transgender people do? They feel like they’re not whatever gender they are, and so they change their outward appearance to suit how they think they feel inside. But they have not changed what they really are, and that’s my point.
People should embrace who they are, however they are. Then they should seek God’s guidance into how they should live, and go forth and live that way. If someone feels that they’re a woman in a man’s body, they can embrace that, but they need to also embrace that they are genetically male. Seek from God what to do with your plight, and then go and do it.
Very short message, but I think it’s important.