think differently about what I have I have written? Would you loose respect for me? Would you loose interest in me?
You can relax: I am not gay. I will expose my true self by confessing that I am a woman. You made assumptions about my gender based on my fake name and silly avatar. The joke has gone on long enough - you can still call me Steve. Do you feel differently about what I have written? Did you loose respect for me? Did you loose interest?
Homosexual people often disguise themselves so that they are not judged by people (by Christians!). They know that your opinion of everything about them will change as soon as you know their sexuality - something you have no business knowing. Why do you need to know if I am a man or woman? Why do you need to know if I am gay or straight? I would suggest that every one of you know more gay people than you
know that you know. Many prefer to keep that information private, for fear of how people would use it against them.
This is the fault of Christian and intolerant society thinking. Gay people have created societies of their own where it is not in their best interest to hide their sexuality. Their lifestyles are honest ones - much more honest
than trying to live a lie in mainstream society. I admire those people who are publicly gay since I know that they had to believe in themselves to be able to expose themselves. For every gay exposed, there are at least 2 hidden. They are hiding from YOU.
Do you know gay people? What is your message to them? How do you interpret God's message to them? What do you suggest they do about being gay? What actions are you taking to promote or
prevent gay marriage? Who do you consider to be a gay person - not specifically (no names!) but what are the requirements to be considered a
gay person? Can the Bible be interpreted in ANY way that suggests gay people can be accepted by God in into Heaven? How can there be gay churches?
Tell me why you think gay people should not be allowed to marry then I will explain to you how I think you are wrong.
Here is a scene from an old movie that gives insight to how it FEELS to be gay. It has the F-bomb though, so if you can't handle it, don't click.
I suggest that gays are misunderstood and judged harshly. Perhaps if you understood them better, you could learn to accept them as they are.