One Christian gay guy’s thoughts and experiences along this whirlwind journey called life.
I'll just add another little comment of my own. This guy is great. You can't help but like him. Watch some of his other videos. Some of them are hilarious.
I suspect most straight people would indeed find these questions ridiculous. Unfortunately, I'm not sure all or even many of them would make the connection to how equally ridiculous they are when asked of gay people.I suppose I could be wrong, though.-- Jarred.
great! I might have to share that!
Jarred,Yeah, you're probably right.
Interesting. Definitely love the accent.
I did, too.
I'm as straight as a meandering river, but I'm married. hahahahah! :)
Very funny, GP! :)
Some of the questions are rediculious to ask it's very personal to ask a person about their sexuality regardless if the person is gay or straight. Some questions are completely legitimate to ask. Since I do believe that what's best for a child is to have a mom and dad. I would ask some of these questions. Should gays and lesbians be allowed to adopt? Should you allow for gays to get married? Since I do believe that marriage is a privilege not a right. It's not about human rights but rather about moral issues. That said, be does bring a valid point to some of the questions and comments given. If the table was turned around... But I've also had a gay friend ask me? How do you know you're attracted to the same-sex when you've never had "made out" with another woman? How do you know you're a "lesbian" if you've never been in a lesbian relationship. But we are also talking about personal experience and what is happening for that person. How do I know that healing is possible? Because I'm beginning to experience healing in ways I never thought possible. And I do credit this to my faith and relationship with Jesus Christ.
Those are some good points. I think for me it's just that there's such an attitude with most people that being gay is shocking or should mean that the person experiencing that must be treated different. And there's also all these stereotypes people bring up all the time. The thing I come away with from this video is that we're really not so different as to merit all of these questions. Some probably could be valid, but, well, I hope you get my meaning. It's just that these questions and comments annoy the heck out of me sometimes.
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