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Re: [ExExGayMinistry] Re: The non-religious dimension of the ex-gay trip: masculinity

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  • MrChuk@aol.com
    .... and besides.. what does it matter about the cause? Even if we knew for sure, we d still be gay or have SSA, wouldn t we? So, it s all about acceptance
    Message 1 of 4 , Nov 11 5:13 PM
      .... and besides.. what does it matter about the cause? Even if we knew for sure, we'd still be gay or have SSA, wouldn't we?
      So, it's all about acceptance [by ourselves and others] isn't it, not etiology?
      Chuk


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      From: AD4071 <ad4071@...>
      To: exexgayministry@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Wed, Nov 11, 2009 3:15 pm
      Subject: Re: [ExExGayMinistry] Re: The non-religious dimension of the ex-gay trip: masculinity






      Sorry guys, but I just have to throw in another two cents worth! LOL

      I think there's a very fine line between being born sensitive/rough and tumble and being born gay/straight. The difference is minor. Both are from birth. I've read so many things from both sides on the origin of homosexuality and personally I think the jury is still out on this one and I don't know if there will ever be a final verdict. Even with the medical/genetic research, the arguments go both ways.

      No matter what you think about the ex-gay movement, at least they don't do as the homophobic religious people do, saying we "chose to be gay." That just isn't so. I can't conceive anyone would ever chose to be discriminated against and/or ridiculed as we often are.

      Alan

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