In the mold of Madison, Jefferson, and Henry: REAL Virginians
A movement forged to inspire the Love of God, family, country & freedom.
Forged upon a foundation of Faith, Family, and Freedom, Dangerous But Good is a movement boldly building up faith, strengthening families and empowering freedom. Dangerous But Good reminds the world that, like Jesus, we have the ability, tools, and weapons to be categorized as dangerous, but we, to the core, choose to be good!
Why The Lion:
Why a lion? In CS Lewis’s The Chronicles of Narnia Aslan, the lion, is said to be dangerous but good: “‘Safe?’ said Mr. Beaver … ‘Who said anything about safe? ‘Course he isn’t safe. But he’s good. He’s the King, I tell you.’” Aslan, the King of Narnia, is a Christ figure, he represents Jesus the king of the universes; His mighty power, His sacrifice, and even character of being dangerous, yet good! As we follow Jesus the goal is to walk as Christ walked and often this means we control the power we wield. We too are #dangerousbutgood!
Remember to keep sharp, remain vigilant & stay Dangerous But Good!
A waste of money? What woman would go in this restroom? Who at UVA is responsible for something this silly? Are there that many people that are in need of a restroom that offers no gender?