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What people do in their own homes is their business, and you can choose to love whoever you love.
In itself, homosexuality is as limiting as heterosexuality: the ideal should be to be capable of loving a woman or a man; either, a human being, without feeling fear, restraint, or obligation.
Marriage should be between a spouse and a spouse, not a gender and a gender.
Understand that sexuality is as wide as the sea. Understand that your morality is not law. Understand that we are you. Understand that if we decide to have sex whether safe, safer, or unsafe, it is our decision and you have no rights in our lovemaking.
Openness may not completely disarm prejudice, but it’s a good place to start.
Never be bullied into silence.
The pressures on gay teens can be overwhelming–to keep secrets, tell lies, deny who you are, and try to be who you’re not. Remember: you are special and worth being cared about, loved, and accepted just as you are. Never, ever let anyone convince you otherwise.
We’re sick of hearing people say, “That band is so gay,” or “Those guys are fags.” Gay is not a synonym for shitty. If you wanna say something’s shitty, say it’s shitty. Stop being such homophobic assholes.
When you finally embrace the gift of your sexual orientation it IS the end; the end of shame, fear and oppression. You leave the darkness of the closet and begin a life of honesty, authenticity and freedom.
The important thing is not the object of love, but the emotion itself.
Why is it that, as a culture, we are more comfortable seeing two men holding guns than holding hands?
It always seemed to me a bit pointless to disapprove of homosexuality. It’s like disapproving of rain.
Love goes very far beyond the physical person of the beloved. It finds its deepest meaning in his spiritual being, his inner self.