Reply Link Allison Robbins May 6, , 5: Not being involved in their lives must be a huge source of suffering and given the chance to see them sometimes would rekindle that loving relationship and give you a source of joy as well. Also what field do you work in? Reply Link Mya Jones April 24, , 2: The most hurtful part to me is that he thought no one cared about him but yet had so much love. Please, please, please search for your purpose of being on this Earth.
Why would people 'choose' to be gay?
BBC - Future - ‘I am gay – but I wasn’t born this way’
Said May in a statement: This summer thousands of people will be celebrating Pride at more than 80 events taking place across the country — from Manchester to London, Brighton to Aberdeen. Last year we launched the first national LGBT survey which attracted more than , responses, making it the largest survey of its kind anywhere in the world. Some of the findings make for difficult reading. I was shocked to learn that two-thirds of people avoid holding hands in public with same-sex partners for fear of a negative reaction. That so many people fear the consequences of this simple gesture shows that a society in which we are all treated equally and fairly is still some way off. Two in five of the people surveyed had experienced verbal harassment or physical violence simply because of their sexuality.
Why do people choose to be gay
I did not have any close relationships with gay people nor had I ever studied the issue in the Bible. I did not even know one gay Christian, that I knew of. It was from this paradigm that I formulated my opinions about the lives of gay people and made assumptions about their status with God. All that changed when I met Netto on a hiking trail. It is now ten years later and I offer ten things that I wish straight people, especially Christians, knew about gay people.
Definitional issues[ edit ] Rights are widely regarded as the basis of law, but what if laws are bad? Some theorists suggest civil disobedience is, itself, a right, and it was advocated by thinkers such as Henry David Thoreau , Martin Luther King Jr. There is considerable disagreement about what is meant precisely by the term rights. It has been used by different groups and thinkers for different purposes, with different and sometimes opposing definitions, and the precise definition of this principle, beyond having something to do with normative rules of some sort or another, is controversial.