Two patients meet at a nursing home. Both lost their respective spouses years ago. One suffers from some serious heart problems and can't even dream of having any kind of sex again. They become friends, and then fall in love. A romantic evening consists of sitting together holding hands on the couch watching Matlock reruns on WGN. They care for one another, help each other through dark nights when they face their pending mortality, and worry about each other when one gets sick enough to be moved to the hospital.
There is no sex, there is no lust. There are two people who love each other and are there for each other in their last days.
Why is it ok unless they are named Sarah and Laura?
Answer by krisr169 at 11:23 AM on Apr. 23, 2009
Answer by spiritguide_23 at 7:34 PM on Apr. 22, 2009
Answer by thehairnazi at 7:37 PM on Apr. 22, 2009
Well that depends on if you are talking morals or legality. Legaly there is no grounds for denying them their relationship. In fact it is illegal to forbid such contact, unless one or the other is ruled incompetent to make those decisions for themselves.
Morally it depends on where your beliefs lie. For me that is the Holy Bible, homosexuality is wrong according to scripture, this doesn't just mean the sex act.
Answer by Anonymous at 7:38 PM on Apr. 22, 2009
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Answer by NotPanicking at 7:41 PM on Apr. 22, 2009