My husband and I took a grandson student at James Madison University (JMU) out for brunch yesterday. It is always a delight to be one on one with a grandchild, especially one on the cusp of independent adulthood. We enjoy every minute of those get-togethers and our conversation about what they are doing and what they hope to do in the future.
After breakfast we decided to take a walk at JMU's arboretum which was curtailed by the onset of a drizzly rain shortly after we got there. I stopped at the kiosk on the way back to the car and picked up a trail brochure, but also noticed one advertising the site as a wedding venue. Our of curiosity I picked that up as well. What an advertisement for campus wokeness!
As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words and this brochure illustrated JMU's wokeness in spades. The cover showed a traditional, man-woman couple as did two other inside pictures.
But, not to be seen as old-fashioned or intolerant the brochure included this photo.
Ah, the dryads in the woods celebrating their "marriage" or, is it insensitive to say, the faeries dancing in the woods. Obviously LGBTQXYZ weddings are welcome at JMU. How about someone who wants to marry his dog or cat or horse? Maybe next edition of the brochure we can enjoy a charming picture of Fido and his bride/groom, or perhaps a marriage à trois, ou à quatre, etc.
All I can say is that I'm sick of brainless wokeism. Marriage is not a human construct to be played with like tinker toys. It was blessed as a Sacrament at the wedding feast of Cana and can only take place between one man and one woman. All of these other nauseating arrangements illustrate a barfingly woke culture intent on destroying itself. And so, I found this sculpture (as well as the nearby labyrinth) especially appropriate as illustrating the modern paganism of the woke campus. Let us pray for all our children and grandchildren being exposed to this evil nonsense. The culture is insane. Try to inoculate your children against it with God's truth!