If you have been a very long time reader of Life with Lynnie (LwL), you'll know that I wrote in a much earlier entry, about men dressed as women.
The first time I saw this, I was a teenager, walking in downtown Montreal, with one of my cousins and her boyfriend.
Yes, it was absolutely shocking. Especially, when he batted his female-decorated eyes at me and threw his head back, shaking his hair!
When I had my ladies' wear store, I once again was faced with men who admitted they wanted lingerie for themselves, and not for a wife, girlfriend, mom or female friend of any kind. Yup! I could probably write a book about this!
Once, when visiting Treasure Island, Florida, my now deceased husband Gordon and I saw a couple of men dressed as women, when we visited a hotel that had karaoke, one evening.
On Wednesday, September 5th, I was absolutely floored seeing a fellow dressed as a woman, in a fast-food restaurant, here in Windsor.
Okay. Maybe I shouldn't have been shocked. After all, it's not the first time I have seen this. What was shocking and upsetting to me, that it was in downtown Windsor. Right here, where I live.
There was more that was upsetting to me, than just seeing someone like this.
First of all, I should let you know that I was meeting a working friend, at this fast-food restaurant. We were having a combination work meeting and friend time, together. No, I won't say where I was, for I do not want to hurt their business in any way. Especially, if this was a one-time happening.
While waiting for my working friend to meet me, I saw this fellow. He was seated across from me, in a booth, while I was seated at a bench-type table.
He was talking to himself... and writing. A few times, he looked over, batting his female-made-up eyes at me. Please realize his make-up wasn't like a beautiful overly made-up woman, but was almost zombie-like in nature. But, without the red blood issues.
Since he was seated almost across from me, it was difficult to not see him. On a couple of glances, I noticed him rubbing his crotch area, right there in the restaurant. This absolutely turned my stomach.
Even so, I prayed for him.
Once my friend arrived, I thought it wouldn't be a problem, since I'd be concentrating on her, instead of thinking and praying for him. But, I just couldn't get this person off my mind.
Yes, I continued to pray for him, silently.
It makes me sad, thinking that our world is such a mixed-up place, that there are people like this, almost everywhere, in today's society. But then, we are living in Satan's domain and he is affecting the way many people live their lives.
When I say, I thought about a Bible verse, I mean it. Deuteronomy 22:5 tells us, "The woman shall not wear that which pertaineth unto a man, neither shall a man put on a woman's garment: for all that do so are abomination unto the Lord thy God."
While some people think that it is okay to see this, and okay for people to do this, whether on occasion, or in everyday life, I do not think it is right. After all, it is sin. It is an abomination to God, as we just read.
Please, pray for these people.
They need to come to Christ. They need salvation, through our Lord, Jesus Christ. They need to believe on Him and trust Him, for everything in their lives. Thank you for prayer.
Until next time...
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