Paul, one of the commenters there, has the fascinating ability to lump every LGBT person alive into his narrow, angry definitions. He's really an interesting case study in "extreme repentance!" I've known recovering drug addicts and alcoholics who behave similarly - in very black-and-white paradigms.
Comment on the post "Homosexuality is a Sin"
Comment: Oh dear, there is sucker born every minute. The Gay couples who claim to be faithful after 'years together' are either liars or they are so old sexd has ceased to matter. Gay's can be emotionally faithful, ie: they stay together and care deeply for one another but the sex fizzles unless they spice it up with porn, open encounters (secret or agreed), or group stuff together to spice it up (ie: three-somes). Gay men are not monogomous after the 'honeymoon period'.
I can't purport to know what's true for Paul. He obviously feels deeply convicted about his own attraction to men, and I have no interest in judging him. I don't want to condescend him, either. I would imagine that to reject something so internally compelling, it would take a VERY concrete position to combat it.
And it's clear that Paul has been hurt, when he writes:
Comment: Oh yes, I used to want a totally faithful Gay relationship but once the sexual honeymoon period wears off Gay men crave 'outside encounters'. There are loads of liars out there who want you to believe Gays are monogomous after donkey's years of being in a relationship but that is garbage. It may convince a heterosexual but I know otherwise. I have NEVER met a monogomous couple after the 'honeymoon' period. They either have a discrete 'open' relationship, tell lies, use porn together or do group sex (three-somes) to keep the passion alive. Even research by Gay affirming secular sociologists affirmed that five years was the longest ANYONE in the sample group remained faithful and they were the exceptions that prove the rule. I have heard so many commentators state "I know couples who are faithful." Yes, so do I for the first few months or couple of years but it NEVER lasts. However, I don't hear from those themselves who claim to be faithful and who have been in a relationship for many years. Mind you if I did, from what I know by my own experience I would feel sorry for them cos the other partner must be lying if he has said he is faithful. I know Gay couples who are 'emotionally faithful' ie: they don't get emotionally involved with those they have sex with, or only use pornography. But I KNOW from bitter experience Gay men shag around after the 'honeymoon' period.
I truly feel respectful of Paul's opinions on homosexuality. But his statements about "all gays" are statements about some of my best friends. That's not okay with me.