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A Queer Need for Rejection

IsraelFirsterSecond Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 12:02 PM
Yes. You've given yourself over to lust. Try to grow up.
DCM in FL Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 12:20 PM
"The question is, do heterosexual men have homosexual urges, but resist acting on them?"

No, people who have not acquired same-sex attractions do not have to resist acting on them. But they may have other urges that they have to resist.

There are forces "beyond their control," so to speak, but these are not inborn programming, and they can be overcome. And the lives of untold numbers of "gays" vs. "ex-gays" show the need for them to be overcome.
mulbery Wrote: Dec 05, 2012 12:13 PM
None of you quite get it. The question is, do heterosexual men have homosexual urges, but resist acting on them? Since the answer to that one is probably now, then you're all agreeing that homosexuals are not regular guys who can't resist regular urges, but actually are differnet - and programmed that way by some force beyond their control. To tell us that we can't live the way we were born, when it doesn't hurt you or anyone else, is downright un-american, and unconstitutional.

Whenever I write about the issue of First Amendment Freedom of Association, I defend the right of campus groups, not government administrators, to control their own belief structure and membership requirements. This often involves discussing real life cases with real life tension between religious groups and homosexual activists. This results in a slew of emails asking why a homosexual student would ever want to join a fundamentalist religious group. The short answer to the question is that homosexual activists don't really want to join these organizations. Some want to use them for political gain before shutting them down altogether.