Any reaction for being a gay...

@Jenith (1382)
Philippines
October 15, 2011 8:08am CST
How would you react if you found out that one of your family members is a gay? Would you go against it or just accept of who he was.
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11 responses
@aerous (13475)
• Philippines
15 Oct 11
Well, nothing bad being a gay. It make being bad in peoples mind and the actions made those gays in the society. The bad in a gay thing is to commit sodomy. Because it will be against the law of God. But being gay I am not against to them even if they are my family. They are acting like that so they will...but to commit sodomy I am against it
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
17 Oct 11
I see that too. Some of them were so flirty. Keep on shouting in a flirty way specially if there's a handsome guy around. Not all of them but mostly they acted differently and that's not make them good. Right, sodomy is really ewww or maybe I'm just conservative but as what you said it's against the law of God.
@aerous (13475)
• Philippines
19 Oct 11
Yup! If you read the bible, friend. When God create the universe. He created human as man and woman. There is no gay or lesbian...they are being that way because of sin or the love of oneself.
20 Oct 11
aerous.. god created man and woman. yes. BUT god created man and woman in HIS OWN IMAGE. so if god created us, in his image, and he created us gay, thats gods doing!
@lampar (7597)
• United States
15 Oct 11
No reaction from me, he is still my family member and deserve my support and caring. He just want to LOVE a man, like a woman; not going out to kill a women or rape a girl. Nothing to react at all.
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
17 Oct 11
Yeah as long as they're doing good then there's nothing to worry. In fact, most of them excel in something they love to do and be the breadwinner to their family.
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
18 Oct 11
Right it's because of religion. I think God made them for a reason that only Him knows. Religion is against them 'cause it says in the bible that God made only man and woman.
@lampar (7597)
• United States
18 Oct 11
I think those who propagate hatre on homosexual know nothing about Bible/Koran. They just use these holy books to create a scene and justify their deep rooted hate message. They know nothing about God, except devil.
20 Oct 11
i'm gay so if i were to turn my back on a family member for being gay.. then i would be a hypocrit.
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
31 Oct 11
There's nothing wrong to be true to yourself. It's harder if we keep hiding on something. Have confidence and show to everyone of who we really are. Only God can judge in the end. Have a great day!
1 Nov 11
and god made us all in his image! so if god made me, in his image, then he made me this way. so tehrefore there is nothing wrong with it.
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
3 Nov 11
If we can just have this power to choose our gender, that would be a better idea but I know GOD has plan to each one of us. Don't bother yourself thinking bad about it Chicks, definitely there's nothing wrong with it as long as you're doing good and not making harm to our fellowmen.
@Timeout (419)
17 Oct 11
Almost all my friends are homosexual, and they are my friends no matter what. So I will always support them. I would stop friendship if they made something bad to me, or be dishonest, but I don't really care what do they put between their blankets as long as it is not against the law lol.
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
18 Oct 11
Right. Same with me here I always accept people who wants to be my friends but if they are bad at me then that's gonna be another story. I don' tolerate bad friends no matter how close we are.
@syoti20 (5296)
• Philippines
16 Oct 11
Nothing. I will accept my brother even he is gay or not. Whatever makes him happy that fine with me as long as he never stepped to anybody.
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
17 Oct 11
Right as long as they're doing great then there's no problem with it.
@saphrina (31740)
• South Africa
16 Oct 11
No reaction from me sweetie. I accept people for who they are, not what they are. Family or not, we may not judge others.
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
17 Oct 11
I am not judging them. It's just that I was so affected to my friend who happens to be a gay and hiding himself, scared that if any of his family members may know they will react negatively.
@waflay (2729)
• Nairobi, Kenya
15 Oct 11
It is someone else life, not mine. I won't go meddling in someone's life, and for what? I have no problem with gay community.
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
17 Oct 11
It's a family member and still part of your life. Same with me, I have no problem with them it's just that some people can't accept them of who they are.
@sid556 (31018)
• United States
15 Oct 11
I can't imagine going against someone that I love for something like that. I might initially be a bit surprised but I'd accept it. It's not such a big deal or at least it shouldn't be. Child molesters and rapists...NOW there's a problem but gay people?? I really don't care who loves who as long as it is two consenting adults. I fail to see why so many actually do care or feel it is even their business but obviously they do.
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
17 Oct 11
Me too I didn't understand why most family members having a hard time accepting it. Maybe they have a great ambition for them, only to find out that he's a gay. Still, it's not fair to the person who turns to be a gay.
• United States
15 Oct 11
I don't think I would have any type of reaction because it is their life and I would not love them any less. I actually would be proud that they are not hiding and not worried what others think. I would not go against it as it is their life and I don't think it would be my place to make any judgement on them. Since we speak of someone I care for this would not make a difference to me.
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
17 Oct 11
Yeah you are right, it's better to show the real you than hiding something but I observed that most family members nowadays still can't accept for them. Normally, they this violent reaction if they know that their brother is a gay. They are ashame of it.
@enelym001 (8333)
• Philippines
15 Oct 11
I don't mind at all. This is what and who they are truly - we can;t even change them. As a matter of fact. I have a family member and some relatives and friends that are gay.
@Jenith (1382)
• Philippines
16 Oct 11
I have nothing against them in fact I love them, the way they handle themselves specially the professional gays. I'd really admire them for being so creative and artistic in any ways.
@marguicha (80117)
• Chile
2 Nov 11
That question is not even a question for me. I donĀ“t have to "accept" him more for being gay as I would for being heterosexual. I do feel that if a family member is rude or hurts my feelings I would have to think whether I accept or reject his way of being.