No, I don’t think it is wrong at all; in fact after careful consideration, it seems quite silly to think it is wrong. The lack of any comments on how this would be wrong outside of any Biblical context implies that the opposition is on religious grounds and asseverates the need for this issue to be what it is, one of taste, and not subject to restrictive or prohibitive legislation. In a future post I will analyze subjective judgments of taste, however, I think it will mean absolutely nothing to all but a select few of the people I’ve encountered here.
Furthermore, I have to say that an institution seems to lose its sanctity for bigotry and exclusion rather than for acceptance and inclusion. But I imagine that is not the popular view here.