“Rights have to exist in practice — not just on paper,” Clinton argued. “Laws have to be backed up with resources and political will. And deep-seated cultural codes, religious beliefs and structural biases have to be changed.”
Bank of America, not happy enough to have your money, is pushing the same anti-principles principle:
"Love Has No Labels successfully launched in 2015 encouraging audiences to examine their implicit biases—ones most people don’t realize they have—in order to promote acceptance of all people. We signed on to this campaign to demonstrate a commitment to fostering inclusivity for employees. We look forward to integrating Love Has No Labels into several of our upcoming employee and community events in 2016, starting with Pride Month in June." This is headed up by BofA's "Chief Diversity and Inclusion officer."
That they have such a useless and made up position with nothing but cultural realigning as it's objective is telling. That BofA also echoes Hillary's demand for changing values in order to get a behavior (sin) accepted , so blatantly is wrong. After all, they don't demand this of Muslims, do they? They don't demand this of themselves, do they (the reaction to Trump winning the presidential election is telling)? The only ones demanded to compromise are those with a different set of values.
Moreover, the God of Scripture, who is the God of Truth, has defined what love is and is not. After all, He is so characterized by true love, that His the God of love. He says: