....... If people would keep their pants on.
It would take the sting and pain out of some work complications. It would allow people to feel free to continue to do valuable work in their chosen fields. It would make for less stress and misery in marriages. It wouldn't hurt the workplace image if people would keep their pants on.
But when the pants come off.... all sorts of things go off the road. I think this is what anonymous commenter #2 was talking about a few posts ago when he/she/it expressed a frustration about the actions of "Christians" being generalized to reflect all people who refer to themself as "Christian". (I say this because the mission to Winnipeg's downtown is under the heading of a Christian organisation.)
My immediate concern is that out of disappointment in John Mohan and Linda Warkentin's decisions to "lose their pants"; people will back away from supporting Siloam Mission.
This affair is no fault of the poor, the addicted, the homeless, the down and outers.
I hope they won't be in a default position of paying for this careless (un)dress code.
Makes a gal feel a little heartsick. For everyone.
And sick in another way- sick of all this indiscriminate sex that seems so rampant in churches, charities, parishes, music teams.....