Go To Hell
The expression “go to hell” does not suggest a literal action.
As far as the writer is concerned, no one can literally send a person to hell.
Besides, there is no tangible evidence of a literal heaven or hell.
The idea of a hell is just a belief that some religious groups hold.
So no one knows whether heaven and hell really exist or not.
Sensible people do not take offence at it when you tell them to go to hell.
You can tell politicians to go to hell and they do not have a problem with that.
So why do LGBT people protest when someone tells them to go to hell?
If they really believe that hell exists, they would not practise obscenities.
Did thin-skinned gays not read Leviticus 20: 13 and 1 Corinthians 6: 9?
The idiomatic phrase “go to hell” does not mean encourage hate.
It seems that some people are ignorant of the definition of “go to hell.”
Critics should do their homework before criticizing people’s poems.
If the composition did not mention LGBT people, no one would debate it.
Those who disagree with the opinions of the writer, go to hell.