WHY YOU Think You Are Gay

For starters, sort out your feelings and desires and decide which is true. I doubt you are gay, at all, if you posted your true feelings. I don’t understand why you think you are gayYou have a girlfriend with whom you can’t connect, but you say this is due to your religion, not your sexual orientation.

That’s certainly possible. What secret? You don’t way if you want to experiment with men. If that is the case, then set aside your religion and discover what/who you are. Then DON’T worry about giving yourself a name. Just make the best of what you find you are, don’t worry about the Bible, be assured, no one can open any Bible and read to you the words of Christ on the subject of homosexuals. Leviticus was done away with at the crucifixion, and all the new testment prohibitions may well have been part inspiration part opinion by cloistered monks who hated the fact they were horny all the time. Robert

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2 thoughts on “WHY YOU Think You Are Gay

  1. You can read gay sex therapist Dr Joe Kort’s books/articles “I think my husband is gay” https://youtu.be/Jlix4FvqGVs is a great resource. Straight men have gay sex and gay men have straight sex. He has a great test. (1) when did you start noticing men? As a child? The beach reflex look test. (2) who do you want to wake up next to (3) fantasy about setting up home. He has more tests and phrases it better than me. But put simply; gay men crave romantic, fulfilling relationships with men or is it a sexual fling of no deep significance, but nice to try. Both are fine, but be clear what you really are, or be hurt. Let’s avoid getting hurt and be open with each other. Men enjoy cock along the way no matter what.

  2. I am a priest (retired) and enjoy the male naked body. There is no shame in it. Sex is God’s gift and meant to be enjoyed. As a priest I have always been supportive of those who suffer guilt through conflict about serving God and sexual desire. If the desire for same-sex contact was ‘ungodly’ surely we would not have the desire – or is this just too simplistic?

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