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Monday, December 14, 2009

How Do You View Homosexuality And Lesbianism?

How do you view homosexuality and lesbianism? Are you tolerant of their gender choice and pronouncements or do you condemn them? Please explain your answer.

Tags: Homosexuality, Lesbianism, Homosexuals, Lesbians, Gay, Gender Choice, Freedom, Equality, Rights, Closet, Understanding, Morality

Posted by: Mel Avila Alarilla


Pia said...

i'm annoyed with their twisted belief and at the same time i feel sorry for them because they are so blinded. i couldn't explain how i feel inside when they start talking about how close they are with God and how religious they are. sometimes i just have to keep quiet than open my mouth because i might say things i might regret in the end.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi sis Pia,
Yes, that should be our attitude towards them. Whatever we feel inside, we should just keep it to ourselves. The good book says, "judge not that you may not be judged." Let the judgment come from God. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you always.

shydub said...

I ahve nothing against homo Sir mel, but sana lang huwag lumagpas sa limitation ang pagka liberated nila to the point of nakakadiri heheh. Huwag magagalit mga sisters heheh. Thanks for the post Sir mel, have a great Day.

bingkee said...

For me, I accept them because I am not God to judge them. Condemnation is not our task in this world. Remember Jesus came not to condemn but to save. He mingled with sinners and saints alike. If their attitude, and relations with people are moral with others, then I accept them. Homosexuality is hard to comprehend even to experts who study it.There are Christians whose lives are "more sinful" than the homos. Therefore, I don't judge.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Shy,
Yes, we should respect their being but that does not mean we tolerate any misbehavior on their part. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Bingkee,
That's a very liberal attitude. As the good book says, judge not that you may not be judged. Judgment is with the Lord. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you always.

Amrita said...

Ditto what Pia said.

God have mercy on them.
I don 't hate them and would like them to see the light and turn to Christ.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Amrita,
Yes, that's what should be the attitude of Christians. We should never be judgmental of people but must pray for them . Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you always. Merry Christmas to you all.

joops said...

The only problem I have with the homosexual community is their liberal way of trying to force everybody to take their side and to accept them. If they acted like normal people, they probably wouldn't have the acceptance issues that they have today. Instead, their absurd actions bring discredit upon them which results in rejection. If they truly want to be taken seriously, they need to stop dressing like clowns and address the issues in a mature manner. It doesn't bother me in the least bit that someone is gay and I have no problem working or associating with them, but I don't like being told that I have to accept something if I don't feel it is right.
Science has proven that when populations of animals become too great to sustain, homosexuality starts to take root, this helps to stop population growth and even reduce numbers. I feel this is probably the same with humans. Look at how immense populations are throughout the world. Once these numbers decrease, through disease and war, homosexuality will fade as well.
The gay community wants everyone to accept their beliefs and ways but they refuse to accept the beliefs and ways of others. If you don't agree with a liberal, you're wrong or you're uneducated, or you're not sympathetic. Just live your life the way you choose to live it and stop trying to make everyone accept your choice. You have the right to be gay but others have the right to not accept it. It works both ways.
I feel that marriage is more a religious thing than a legal one, therefore, gay marriage should not be legalized. I don't think love is an issue in gay relationships either. I believe that being gay is based more on sex and sexual desire than love. You can love someone of the same gender but it doesn't become a gay relationship until sex is involved. Besides, most gay couples that I know want to marry so they can receive the benefits of marriage such as health insurance coverage and such. If this is the case, just give them the benefits then they won't have to make a spectacle of marriage.
I try never to judge people, but when they shove it in front of me and ask to be judged, they will be judged.

kathy said...

I agree with joops kuya Mel with regards to gay marriage.. I have gay friends and I respect their choices but when they fight to get married and adopt a child, that's crossing the line.


Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi John,
I never realized you are such a bright person with great and no nonsense opinions regarding this subject matter. What can I say. I agree with you 100%. The reason why some homos and lesbians are shunned by some members of society is because of their loud and lurid behaviors. Their gender preference is not the issue why some people reject them. It is their way of shoving their lifestyle in front of everybody and expect everybody to accept them as they are. If they just keep quiet and mind their own business, probably others will not give a hoot as to what they do with their own private lives. I believe in the saying, live and let live. Thanks for your visit and enlightened comments. God bless you all always.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi Kathy,
Amen to that. We can accept them as they are except for the loud display of their stand in public. Thanks for your visit and comments. God bless you all always.

www.PinayMommyOnline.com said...

I don't have anything against gays or lesbos. It's there choice and I respect that. But, just like what everyone is saying here, I don't want to be forced in accepting them and their cry for legal marriage. I believe that marriage was meant for one boy and one girl.

Mel Avila Alarilla said...

Hi PinayMoneyOnline,
Yes, I think everybody agreed on that point. Thanks for your visit and viewpoint. Merry Christmas to you all. God bless you all always.