Love Unfiltered

It’s been a few weeks since the Supreme Court issued its vote that made same-sex “marriage” legal in all fifty states. Since that decision, social media has been taken over by a rainbow filter, especially on Facebook as millions of people have adjusted their profile picture to be shown under an assembly of horizontally-striped colors in support of the Supreme Court’s decision.

I am personally troubled by how many of my Christian friends—especially my Christian friends who believe marriage was created by God to be between one man and one woman for life—have adopted this rainbow filter. I’ve seen several reasons tossed around: support for equal rights, support for equal recognition under the law, etc. But every rationalization ultimately can be grouped under the catch-all umbrella phrase: “Separation of Church and State.”

The reasoning, for these Christian friends of mine, is this: There is a separation between Church and State in this great country, so it’s totally acceptable to support same-sex couples being afforded the privilege of legally recognized marriages.

What troubles me about this is that it comes off as celebration. They don’t just appear to be “supporting” something political—they appear to be celebrating something culturally, well, destructive, and objectively sinful.

I would like to suggest this as food for thought: We pride ourselves, as Americans, for the separation of church and state. It is in place for good reason, and the protections it guarantees are important. However, there is another important separation I would like to remind us all of.

When Jesus was praying in the garden before his passion and death, he prayed that we might be “in the world, and not of it.” Jesus was a perfect example of this. He met people where they were, brought them a message of hope and peace, healed their diseases and forgave their sins. He supported all people in every sense of the word, and showed a profound respect for their dignity.

But one thing Jesus never, ever did . . . was celebrate sin.

As a same-sex attracted person (who is not ashamed of my attractions), I would like to offer a challenge to those Christians who think they are loving me by filtering their profile picture through a rainbow flag:

Love those who experience same-sex attraction. Not this hands-off, “you-do-you,” don’t-hurt-feelings inspired false love, but real love.

The love of Jesus wasn’t afraid to get dirty, to get bloody, to die to self. It wasn’t afraid to offend, though offense was never its goal. The love of Jesus is authentic, appreciating persons for who they are (and who we are is not defined by who we are attracted to), and supporting them in a journey of developing an ever-deeper relationship with God, others, and the self.

Jesus would not have had a rainbow-filtered profile picture. That kind of “love” is too cheap and easy for Him. He didn’t avoid hard questions or hard circumstances. He gave hope, joy, peace, healing, and ultimately His life, to show us our worth.

I beg of you, brothers and sisters, to be in the world and not of it. Love more authentically than through a rainbow filter. Let love really win. Bring the Gospel to a dying and hurting world rather than celebrating its spiral into sin. Forget the politics and buzzwords for a few moments, and consider the impact of celebrating persons made in the image of God, and refusing to ever celebrate their stepping aside from that image.

Please don’t celebrate sin. Celebrate love, namely, by showing it, really, for what it really is.


Emily is a 23-year-old Theology student who spends her free time reading, writing, hanging out with friends, and dyeing her hair ridiculous colors. When she isn’t doing homework, she’s assisting with the youth ministry program at her parish.


  1. Awesome Article! keep up the good work sister.

    By norvilia | 6 years ago Reply
  2. I appreciate your teaching young people the benefit of waiting. I think you have decided to judge what is right or wrong in God’s eyes. I have no issue with Gay rights of marriage. Why should you ? It is not allowed in the Catholic Church at this time just like any other civil union. It is more offensive to me to see people preach hate in the name of religion.

    By Colleen pekrul | 6 years ago Reply
    • It will NEVER be allowed in the Catholic Church.

      By Jackie | 6 years ago Reply
    • The righteous man judges all things. 1 Cor. 2:15

      By Daniel | 6 years ago Reply
    • Marriage between a man and a woman is ordained of God. Not agreeing with a lifestyle does in no way mean that you hate the people that are involved with the lifestyle. God also taught not to have any kind of sexual realtionships outside of marriage. There are more heterosexuals living together, so does that mean that now we hate all those heterosexuals who choose to engage in sexual activities outside of marriage? To quote part of an article by Scot and Maurine Proctor, “Biblical morality has always held that unmarried heterosexuals were to be chaste. This idea did not create floods of hate mail, but now sexuality has become charged and politicized. Suggesting that someone who has same-sex attraction should make that same biblical choice not to act on any sexual urge is considered repressive, bigoted, and unkind.”
      We are spiritual beings having a human (born into a body) experience. We are constantly choosing what we want to feel, do, act or re-act to. We choose what or how we want to live. I personally chose not to live a homosexual lifestyle. I later felt that same-sex marriage was saying that, on the one hand, a mother is not necessary, nor important, and that on the other hand, neither is a father important, nor necessary. My life experience taught me otherwise. I believe in ying-yang BALANCE. It brings about empowerment, insight, knowledge, and growth that can not be obtained in any other way. One of God’s greatest gifts is agency and he will never make us follow Him but our spirit selves are amazing and always want to follow God and Christ. To become more like Christ, our spirits have been born into a physical (mortal) body. Rather than beating our bodies (flesh) into submission to our spirits through self-discipline, our journey is about elevating our bodies to become one with our God like spirit selves. “For the natural man (born into flesh) is an enemy of God and has been since the fall of Adam, and will be forever and ever, unless he yields to the enticings of the Holy Spirit and puts off the natural man and becometh a saint throught the atonement of Christ the Lord, and becometh as a child, submissive, meek, humble, patient, full of love, willing to submit to all things which the Lord seeth fit to inflict upon him, even as a child doth submit to his father.” God gives us a physical body (weakness), that we may become humble. ” I give unto men weakness that they may be humble; and my grace is sufficient for all men that humble themselves before me; for if they humble themselves before me, and have faith in me, then will I make weak things become strong unto them.” Our lives are a journey and we are to love and forgive each other regardless of the choices we make, and whether or not we agree with each other. What many do not understand is that you can still love people without agreeing with their lifestyle choices and personal beliefs. It seems that we have “progressed” to the point where it is a crime to have a different opinion. It’s one thing to ask for tolerance and understanding, it’s a whole other thing to force the issues and demand conformity.

      By Heidi | 6 years ago Reply
    • Colleen wrote ” It is not allowed in the Catholic Church at this time just like any other civil union. It is more offensive to me to see people preach hate in the name of religion.”

      I only now came across this article, and so am only now replying to your comment of just shy of a year ago. I do hope you return to read my reply.
      Respectfully, this article was written from a faith perspective. Now with that stated I would like to respond to your point which I consider to be a valid point.

      I will tell you why I have issue with civil rights for Gay “marriage”.

      Because the relationships between gay people are no concern of mine, or yours, or anyone else except who that couple chooses to include.

      It is none of our business, nor should we be forced to have it as our business.

      All male/female intimate unions in society however *are* our business as a society. Why?

      What makes male/female sexual unions unique and different then any other unions?

      Taking religion out of the gay “marriage” issue, and recognizing it as a civil issue, we first need to ask, why has the State involved itself into committed relationships of a personal intimate nature, which is what marriage is? And why have we allowed the State to regulate personal relationships that we identify as marital?

      The State can only do so if it has a vested interest, otherwise it has no foundation sticking it’s nose in our personal relationships, no matter how public they are.

      The vested interest of the State was the inherent procreative nature that is only the male/female union. Without the inherent procreative nature, State involvement in personal relationships is an invasion of privacy, no matter how public the relationship is.

      To deem that we have to have license by the State to marry in the first place, to deem that we need the ‘stamp of approval’ from the State to break of such relationships (divorce), without the inherent nature of procreation, is an invasion of privacy. In order to justify this invasion of privacy, we must first have a vested interest.

      With male/female intimate unions we have a vested interest.
      With male/male and female/female intimate unions, we have no vested interest.
      There is a difference between male/female unions and gay & lesbian unions. The State had no right to disregard the differences and to take the term “Marriage” and alter it to suit a minority who, by their own personal choice, decided marriage did not suit them personally, but still wanted the benefits.

      Colleen, civil marriage was not put in place to suit individual couples, but to benefit society as a whole. This has now been altered to suit a few, at the expense of all of society.

      The reason why the State is allowed to regulate civil marriages and to offer benefits is two fold:
      1) to encourage male/female couplings to be committed since such couplings have the inherent possibility of bringing forth new life. When such couplings are acted upon without a marital commitment, if new life results, the new life, without the committed nature of marriage, suffers (for every child has a fundamental right of being brought up by their biological father and mother in a stable environment and marriage presents this) and the new life has a very high risk of becoming a burden upon society without a commitment between their mother and father. Since study after study after study show that children do best in a childhood lifetime stable environment with their biological mother and father being committed and responsible, and since society has a vested interest in the upcoming generation being contributing members of said society, we allowed the State to regulate and support male/female committed unions (aka marriage).

      2) to encourage couplings to come into being to bring forth new life which all societies need in order to survive.

      Since society has a rightful expectation for adults to care for themselves, the State has no right to have any interest in personal relationships between male/male or female/female unions which by their very design are infertile. Such couplings, by their inherent nature, have no effect on society which supports society requiring State regulation and support.

      In altering the term “marriage” to no longer define the unique union which only male/female intimacy can create, society has rejected the importance of procreation, and has proclaimed that the wants and preferences of adults are more important to society then the needs of children.

      Society has claimed that there is no difference between the male/female and male/male and female/female unions.
      Society has loudly proclaimed that it will no longer support the fundamental rights and best interests of children.

      That is why we all should have an issue with “Gay rights of marriage”. Gay persons had the right to marry just like anyone else. No one is forced into marrying, we all have the right to choose to not marry if marriage is not in our personal best interest. What we do not have a right to do, is expect society to support any relationship outside of marriage which we choose to enter into with marital benefits when we have decided that marriage is not in our personal best interest. This is what has happened.

      And Colleen, this is not a matter of hate.
      It is a matter of recognizing and acknowledging the uniqueness of the male/female union in society, it’s important contribution which society needs to survive and so should support it.

      True equality has never been achieved by denying the uniqueness and importance of others not like yourself. “Gay marriage” has done just that.

      By Paula Haller | 6 years ago Reply
  3. Well Said, Thank you.

    By Ana Padilla | 6 years ago Reply
  4. Powerful words. This message needs to be spread.

    By Kath Garbarz | 6 years ago Reply
  5. Powerful message.

    By Kath Garbarz | 6 years ago Reply
  6. Thank you. This is just what I needed to hear at this moment.

    By Emily | 6 years ago Reply
  7. I agree, there’s not pride in this laws only separation. God love us but hate our sins. Let’s help our brothers and sisters with ssa to know about the Third Way which is the chastity, the true love 😀

    By Ruben | 6 years ago Reply
  8. This is the most eloquent spot-on piece I have read ever since the Supreme Court ruling. Your beautiful words of truth should resonate with all Christians.

    By Catherine | 6 years ago Reply
  9. Thank you so much for your article; I really enjoyed it and agree with your point of view.

    By paula | 6 years ago Reply
  10. I agree with you from point A to Z. God bless your land and your struggle to stand for Him and the Truth,

    By Daniel | 6 years ago Reply
  11. I agree with you from point A to point B. There’s really nothing to celebrate but there’s a lot to pray. We must think and see reality trough the eyes of Jesus, not with our very limited point of view. God bless you always!

    By Daniel | 6 years ago Reply
  12. Amen sister! Jesus didn’t tell Mary Magdalene, “Go…and keep sinning.” People keep conveniently forgetting that part of his ministry. Thank you for sharing this!

    By Michelle Piccolo | 6 years ago Reply
  13. Amen.

    By Marcy Smith | 6 years ago Reply
  14. Our brothers and sisters.. this is a product of the Churches not going out. The church bacame a place instead of a community led by the Holy Spirit..we must get out there and share the healing power of Jesus to ALL we meet. Pray. Pray for peace. And for the Gifts and Fruits of the Holy Spirit be awakened within our church.. to send us forth as Apostles.To Love to heal the Jesus name.
    Thank you Jason and Crystalina.. for doing just that a long time ago..God Bless You!

    By Anita | 6 years ago Reply
  15. Well said. God created man to leave his mother and father, cleave to his wife, and the two transforming into one flesh.

    This analogizes with people who think they practice activism by liking a bunch of Facebook pages and blogs and buying up all the t-shirts and wristbands instead of actually doing something about an injustice.

    By Addie-Eileen Paige | 6 years ago Reply
  16. Wow! Thanks so much for your transparency! We need more voices such as yours. I was in a same sex relationship for years and struggled emotionally. People ned to understand that the desires are normal but you don’t have to give it to them. God said there would be struggles and each of us will struggle with something different. God bless you! Keep up the fight..God is so worth it!

    By MJMcneil | 6 years ago Reply
  17. My objection to your argument is that it focuses on the “sin” of sex without acknowledging that same sex couples want to be a COUPLE. Marriage between men and women is not primarily identified as a sexual relationship, yet same sex couples relationships are pigeon-holed as such. Celebrate all people who want to cleave to one another and make their way through the world with the one person they feel they have been chosen to be with.

    By Mary Duncan | 6 years ago Reply
  18. this makes absolutely zero sense, first you say its culturally destructive (lol) and objectively sinful. THEN you say The love of Jesus is authentic, appreciating persons for who they are (and who we are is not defined by who we are attracted to)” which is LITERALLY PRO GAY like you are actually saying who we love does not define who we are and therefore means we should love based on the self. You also say love those who experience same sex attraction. THEN THE GRAND FINALE, Bring the Gospel to a dying and hurting world rather than celebrating its spiral into sin.” you just said to love these ppl that experience same sex attraction and to love them for themselves…what side are you on ?? LOL

    By Christian | 6 years ago Reply
    • She isn’t on a “side,” and in fact, no one is because there truly aren’t sides to this issue. Both opinions are grounded in some form of love. An easy, “do as you please” love that loves the homosexual behavior of homosexuals, and then the authentic love that loves the homosexual as a person, but doesn’t condone their actions. This writer is promoting the authentic love; the sometimes tough love that is needed to tell someone they are hurting themselves; the love Jesus has shown us. And the love we all can share with everyone of this world, homosexuals or not. Because everyone struggles with something. Everyone needs this authentic love.

      By Connor | 6 years ago Reply
      • Tough love can be understood in the context of a parent to a child, where we know the child comes from a position of relative ignorance.

        To apply the concept to fellow adults is conceited and certainly falls under the banner of judging people.

        By Bryan | 6 years ago Reply
    • Loving people sometimes means confronting the fact that they are doing things which harm their soul. It is not unloving to admit that certain behaviors are contrary to the dignity and call of humanity.

      By Emily | 6 years ago Reply
    • I think your misunderstanding of this article comes from the deceptive black and white goggles which secular society is used to applying. The fact of the matter is that the Church is Pro-Life and Pro-Love. The Church calls for love of all peoples, even if they are in grave sin because of their dignity as a human being. We do truly love those with homosexual attractions, however we do not love the homosexual attractions themselves, as they are sinful. The world has been delicately constructed and is very fragile. When our sexuality (only one man and one woman can use sexuality in such a way that it produces the intended product, that is, a new life, a child) is used in a manner that it was not intended to, i.e. pornography, masturbation, prostitution, homosexuality, the ‘hook-up’ culture, the act is fundamentally sinful.
      The reality of this discussion is that love sometimes hurts. It is because I love homosexuals with the love of Christ because He lives within them, that I challenge them to something greater: to true, authentic, and chaste love. It is because I love them that I believe they can rise above the temptations of the world to simply retain sin and say that it is simply “who they are”.

      Totus Tuus,

      By Matthew | 6 years ago Reply
  19. I agree that some of the pro life Christians are in support of this and yes they use this false interpretation ” separation of church and state ” . But that’s a lie , deception.

    By Frank | 6 years ago Reply
  20. Very good my sister. Same feeling here in Brazil… it is sad to see brothers and sisters supporting it like it was a victory of love… it seems that despite what they claim, they haven’t met Love… they haven’t met God…

    By Luiz | 6 years ago Reply
  21. “Jesus would not have had a rainbow filtered profile picture.” OMG now that is some deep thinking. Thank you for sharing, since you are obviously enlightened and know what Jesus would or would not have done. 😉

    By Melissa Ott | 6 years ago Reply
    • I suppose if I err I would prefer to err on the side of evidence from the Gospels. 🙂

      By Emily | 6 years ago Reply
      • Obviously, there is no evidence to support your claim that Jesus would not have had a rainbow filtered profile picture. To claim you are basing that statement on the gospel is absolutely ludicrous. If you actually think you are justified in that statement, how do you expect anyone to take you seriously?

        By Melissa Ott | 6 years ago Reply
  22. I have to respectfully disagree. It’s east to throw Jesus’ name out there and automatically gain traction in you argument but the truth of it is, we have no idea what Jesus would do. Who are we to claim to know what he would or wouldn’t do? Rainbow filter and all.
    As far as this whole movement goes, religion and state is one of the fundamental aspects of a democracy and if we want to continue to be democratic, we have to uphold that. No one says you have to agree with it or even like it, but as long as we are “in this world” we have to respect others and their decision to live separate lifestyles. That to me is what Jesus’ message was all about: show compassion and love for your neighbors.

    Christianity has existed for thousands of years, it’s not anything new; I highly doubt it’s going anywhere. So the message it preaches on homosexuality is understood by the world, we have heard it for years, we get its not okay and that it’s frowned upon by Christians. All these continued articles and messages trying to justify why Christianity feels the way it does is unnecessary. In fact at this point, it just comes across as hateful and it adds to the negative connotation that Christians are hateful and judgmental, when that isn’t always the case.
    No one is saying you have to celebrate the Supreme Court’s decision, just leave it alone. We know your heart is in the right place.

    Lastly, I just want to leave you by saying that Jesus never ever ever ever ever ever ever forced anyone to believe what he believes. He led by example. If anyone wanted to listen to his Word, they simply needed to come to his gatherings (Mt. Sinai is an example). He never showed up at someone else’s gatherings and intruded and told people they had to listen to him or else they would all go to hell. If people wanted to come to him, they just needed to come.
    If someone is in need of Christ I believe that seeing how you’ve found true happiness in Him would be enough for someone from the outside looking in to say, “Hey she’s always happy, I need that in my life, how can I be like that?” That’s when you share your message. That’s what it means to be a fisherman of men. A fisherman doesn’t force a fish onto his rod, he finds the area where there are fish, sticks his rod out and then WAITS for them to come to him.
    If we are called to be like Christ, shouldn’t we follow how we went about preaching his teachings as opposed to simply just following the teachings themselves?

    By Luis | 6 years ago Reply
    • Well said. I totally agree with you Luis.

      By Lin | 6 years ago Reply
    • Now this is a statement worth reading! Well put!

      By Melissa Ott | 6 years ago Reply
  23. Thank you for this post. I feel your candor & courage go a long way to clarify the issue. Your reflections as someone with same sex attractions carries more influence than mine ever could. God bless you & your ministry

    By Raquel | 6 years ago Reply
  24. Dear Emily: I admire you greatly and share your thoughts wholly. I kept seing the #lovewins hashtag and thinking THIS IS BO VICTORY AT ALL.
    I believe we have a long way to go still as Christ’s church in the way of loving, guiding and acknowledging people with same-sex attraction. Specially where I live. Your articles bring hope to those of us who work spreading TOB and God’s plan for ourselves. I pray for you and applaude your person and your testimony.

    By Claudia Pérez | 6 years ago Reply

      By Claudia Pérez | 6 years ago Reply
  25. You’re upset that people are celebrating marriage equality? Boo hoo. It was a long time in coming and a hard battle fought to bring equal rights, so if course they’re going to celebrate. And not everyone follows your religion, so don’t take what you feel about it and put everyone else to task for not following what you think Jesus would do.

    By Tom | 6 years ago Reply
    • Tom your premise that marriage defined as a man and a woman is exclusive to religion is false and a gross generalization. One could throw that same line right back “not everyone follows your lobby, so don’t take what you feel about gay marriage and put everyone else to task for not following what you think all of society should do”. Zoom out from the myopic language of “equality” and look at the implications on society. This destroys what society is built on and has opened the door for any groups of people to attempt marriage under the name of “love”….pedophiles, three and 4 partners, incest..all right now taking to courts to ask for “equality”.

      By Aaron | 6 years ago Reply
  26. I am so inspired by this article. It is so nice to see that not everyone in the world, especially our age (as I am a twentysomething as well), who is not afraid to post such a powerful message. Thank you so much!!

    By Alesia | 6 years ago Reply
  27. This is the true essence of love. We are very grateful that Chastity Project is there to really fight for something that glorifies God:) Pls keep on! Were praying for you every single day. From the Philippines:)

    By Letty Uy | 6 years ago Reply
  28. Looks more like they are hiding from the Truth!

    By Teresa | 6 years ago Reply
    • where is the evidence of your truth?

      By David | 6 years ago Reply
  29. Genesis: we were created in God’s divine image, man & woman. No in-between. We love all, this includes the sinners like us, but not the sin itself.

    By Arnold ‘ED’ Paalam | 6 years ago Reply
  30. Beautifully put! Thank you so much for writing this!

    By Theresa McG | 6 years ago Reply
  31. Good Job! 🙂

    By Ren oray | 6 years ago Reply
  32. Good Job!

    By Ren oray | 6 years ago Reply
  33. It’s just a filter for crying out loud! I don’t think you can second guess what would Jesus will do. You may have your own set of beliefs but let me remind you that yours is not something that the whole world should also embrace. You just don’t put words into God’s mouth, because that would suit your needs. We are all over reacting to this “marriage” thing of the LGBT. Since this is mandated by the state, consider this as a union just like any other corporation or partnership. Gays wanted equal rights on properties, etc just like everyone else, then so be it. But religion is another topic. If your congregation or church still cannot reconcile the gay love, then so be it! What Obama or other states did was just for some equality. If anyone can create juridical personalities via Corporation or Partnership contract, why gays cannot do the same? I supposed these gays couples are not planning to buy piece of property in heaven or any spiritual properties, are they?

    By Joren Bautista | 6 years ago Reply
    • I supposed these gays couples are not planning to buy piece of property in heaven or any spiritual properties, are they?” I hope so. We all want them to be our neighbors in Heaven (if we do get to be in Heaven) Am I right, everyone?

      By Michelle | 6 years ago Reply
      • Well certain gays, like myself, don’t really care about buying property in heaven if God is how you describe him. I think you’re mistaken if you think that we lesbians and gays really are desperate to “be your neighbor” in heaven for eternity.

        By Anonymous | 6 years ago Reply
  34. God bless you, Emily. Thank you for writing and sharing this article.

    By Leslie | 6 years ago Reply
  35. Thank you Emily for writing this article and sharing it with us. God bless you.

    By Leslie | 6 years ago Reply
  36. Hello…I basically think that eventhough its up to us to decide to support this same sex marriage or not , this type of marriage cannot give life…I still think that a gentleman chasing a lady’s heart is the most exciting and special act to cherish…

    By Tracy | 6 years ago Reply
    • More exciting???? You haven’t heard many same sex love stories. They can be very exciting. Fighting against troubles like laws and homophobes like you to be together. It shows true love and commitment. Something done easily in a heterosexual relationship. But then I guess all love stories are exciting so why seperate them. Why have one type of love equal and the other outlawed?

      By David | 6 years ago Reply
  37. Unfortunately, most of our brothers and sisters in Christ are deceived by this sign. Some of them does not even know what it means. Very sad and scary that people just go with the flow without any knowledge of it. However, this article is very powerful and thank you for sharing.

    By Emma | 6 years ago Reply
    • Most people actually do know what it means. They have decided that the bible’s view of same sex relationships no longer reflects the way our world works.

      By David | 6 years ago Reply
  38. This article is bad and you all need to search your souls and reframe your minds. You are contributing adults to society and you need to let go of this antiquated constructed belief

    By Mo | 6 years ago Reply
    • THANK YOU!

      By David | 6 years ago Reply
  39. God bless you for your commitment to Him and the truth. Thank you for this article.

    By Noah | 6 years ago Reply
  40. Amazing article! I have felt hurt and confused by my Christian friends doing the same! So amazing to hear it from your perspective and that we share the same view of authentic love and false love. Thank you for your bravery to post this.

    By chrissy | 6 years ago Reply
  41. Beautifully expressed. These rainbow filters by my Christian friends has been troublling to me. Love the sinner – hate the sin. God have mercy!.

    By Yvonne Way | 6 years ago Reply
    • Where is the sin in loving some one? And if you want to love the ‘sinner’ you should start by letting the ‘sinners’ have equal rights. That includes the right to marry who they love!

      By David | 6 years ago Reply
  42. I just look at it like the people with the filter are trying to study chemistry. This way’s they’ll always see the pH scale whenever they log into facebook…

    By Steve | 6 years ago Reply
  43. Beautifully written and so deeply true. God Bless you Emily and your message of true love. #truelovewins

    By TG | 6 years ago Reply
    • True love is loving someone no matter what. (That includes being able to love someone of the opposite sex)

      By David | 6 years ago Reply
  44. So, this is a genuine question… If you are a person who is attracted to the same sex, you still don’t believe it’s okay to be with the same sex? How? You are the first person I’ve ever heard (read), this from.

    By Adriana | 6 years ago Reply
    • Some odd people accepting the non proven ‘God’ before their own well being. It doesn’t make much sense does it?

      By David | 6 years ago Reply
  45. What troubles you about two people being in a loving relationship no matter what their gender is? This article only teaches divide and encourages the treatment of LGBTI people as second class citizens.

    By David | 6 years ago Reply

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