"Look mom, no hands!"
Male - 20 Years Old
i was raised Mennonite and thats definitely a teaching of intolerance, all outsiders were known as the English, all in all the same concept as the Amish.
Since a young age when my mother and father left that lifestyle, church, I quickly became familiar with the fact that there's many other points of view, and that there were people who didnt even believe in god. This was all completely new to me, and I didn't understand how someone could fall asleep at night, and not pray.
To be intolerant of other lifestyles, is an extremely negative, and often blinding point of view. I no longer see reason to believe in a god, but remain open to possibility. There's no evidence to prove it, but as a human i believe it's naive to suggest there isn't a god, at all, in any sort of definition or manner.
I agree gay's should be able to wed, and am intolerant of those who say they shouldn't.
I believe people are free to believe whatever they want, even if unsupported, and to belittle those who disagree with you is an intolerant stance.