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Guest Opinion: An Open Letter to 'Gay' Teens Comments

Yes, you may be physically attracted to people of the same sex, but how you act on those attractions is entirely your choice. Who you are - your identity - is not defined by your sexual feelings, temptations or behaviors. The difference between who you are and what you feel or do is as the difference between night and day. Here is who you are: You are a wonderful, beautiful, precious human being created in the image and likeness of the one ... Continue Reading

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  1. Ziomara Foster
    1 year ago

    A compassionate and loving "letter".

  2. rafaelmarie
    1 year ago

    "Homosexual behavior is always wrong - demonstrably and absolutely wrong. Period."

    True.

    But I have news for you, not only is homosexual behavior wrong, so is willingly thinking (fantasizing) about it also.

    As Jesus said himself, if you lust in your heart, you have committed adultery, so it is with the perversion of homosexuality, but worse, since homosexual behavior is an abomination.

    CONSIDER YOURSELVES WARNED!!!

  3. JonnyVan
    1 year ago

    Interesting how the group Courage/Encourage isn't promoted enough. If I were talking to gay teens, I'd be understanding and commpassionate to their frustration of having an orientation they never wanted but I'd remind them they don't have to live a lifestyle of sin to feel like they belong. They don't have to eat up the liberal BS that sex is everything.

  4. Jade Riani
    1 year ago

    It's nice you quoted articles that pertain to gay males but women are more likely to engage in same-sex attraction and act on it. I would encourage you to include women in your future articles and be equally prepared to talk to your daughters about this since it is more likely to affect them. Check out Extent, Nature, and Consequences of Intimate Partner Violence: Findings From the National Violence Against Women Survey from the National Institute of Justice to see that cohabiting women are more likely to experience domestic violence than any other group.

  5. Rose
    1 year ago

    Excellent article, Matt, thank you!


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