25) indicating Americans' comfort level with a variety of situations involving lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender individuals -- including learning a family member is homosexual and having a child placed in a class with an LGBT teacher.For the first time since GLAAD began releasing such data in 2014, levels of reported comfort decreased, according to a GLAAD news release."Theologically, I believe there are good reasons for people to feel a level of discomfort in certain situations because the comfort desired by the GLAAD survey entails full acceptance," said Evan Lenow, associate professor of ethics at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary."God created us in his image and he created us male and female," Lenow told Baptist Press in written comments.


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