Mohler, keying off an article in the LA Times, explains how many universities are now offering "gender neutral" housing. The universities defend this position by exclaiming the students are adults who have the right to choose their comfortable zone. While the students defend by saying, "a roommate is a roommate."
This is a problem I have wondered about a lot recently. I do approve of some of the changes of our views of the roles of Men and Women as they have blurred the lines of artificial shackles. However, how are we as a society going to survive (let alone thrive) if we cannot recognize the most basic of realities of God's world, such as the physical and emotional differences of men and women. If God has created some differences in our nature, these differences are not artificial, but instead normal, natural, and freeing. They help us understand how to fulfill our purpose.
Our society's need to erase and preempt the way God has created seems to be a clear case of a fulfillment of "exchanging the truth of God for a lie" in Romans 1:18-32 . We love our "freedom" so much we believe lies to enable our immorality. Christians need to stand against this confusion of roles and stand for the truth.