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Whether or not they would have opposite sexual attractions had they never been abused when they were young..... February 19, 2009 PM We generally tend to have conversations about sexuality that are far too simplified and terms like "choice" or "born" or "gay" or "straight" are the only the only ones that are used.
I personally belief that sexuality is more along that line of Kinsey's understanding of it.
Yes, the mainstream Christian church does indeed teach that homosexuality is a spirit, but if one were to go deeper into the truth of the matter, it is very easy to be both a Christian and a proud gay or lesbian person. What we must begin to do is meet people where they are and guide them into a better understanding of who they are. There are some who are comfortable believing certain things about themselves. As important, I believe, is the need to have balance.
We need confident celebrity figures to come out as well who can show another aspect of black homosexuality.
There is more gray area than there is black and white, meaning there are more people who exist in the inbetween area than there are that exist in the strictly straight or gay area.
And of course, we are born with these inclinations but at some point we all choose or refuse to choose how gray we are going to be.
One of my favorites singers Rahsaan Patterson recently sat down with Daily Voice columnist Mark Corece for an exclusive interview prior to a performance at Chicago's Park West Theater.
Patterson is not the first black celebrity to declare the element of choice regarding his sexual orientation.
But when someone implies that a demonic spirit attached itself to their person or they made a choice to be a homosexual(btw who in their right mind would choose to be gay in this society???
) whether due to abuse or free will publicly, then the public will no doubt have a reaction to these kind of statements and that reaction will not always be a positive one. February 19, 2009 PM I find it hard to believe that anyone would "choose" to be gay.
We all have chosen/discovered different ways to cope with and come to terms with who we are as same gender loving individuals—that is the beauty of self-discovery.
As long as he is content and living authentically in his sexuality who are you, or I for that matter to, to judge him for that. I don't think anyone is "lambasting" Rahsaan for his "choice".