The Straight Christian Boy

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  1. ospice05

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    A few months ago, I started messaging a friend from high school who was in choir with my best friend. This guy was on the football team, an avid Christian boy, and all around morally good guy. The next thing I know, I'm making a joke about my penis size. A few messages later, and I'm sending him pictures. Then, we jack off on the phone together. Then....I let him view my webcam while I jack off. I would have never imagined in my wildest dreams that he would do something like that. In exchange, he would tell me penis sizes of other football players. Even though I did this, I realized some guys just like to see big penis's. He's a really nice guy, and I didn't really think he was gay, just curious. Then, when he found out I was dating someone, he asks when he gets to see pics of us together. I don't know if he's gay or bi-curious....but thank god for the curious straight men. haha
     
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    Be careful with this, unless you're under 18 TOO. If you're over and he's under 18 you could get yourself in deep shit, pornography with a MINOR. Are you positive that he's over 18???????
     
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    Uhm... did you not notice the word WAS all over the place?

    I don't get the impression anyone is still in high school here.
     
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    As a straight Christian myself, I can understand he would go as far as mutual masterbating, but if he goes any farther, I wouldn't say he is a Christian or strong in his faith. As long as he dosn't have sex with you, then he is straight. You may have found a good friend, as long as he's a minor like you. Becareful, he might not be honest about his faith.
     
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    I'm going to go out on a limb here and say, that not all people raised strong Christian, will stay that way, he may be hasn't come out yet, and by the sounds of it.... him being Christian isnt stopping him...
     
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    Newsflash. It is possible to be gay and Christian.:rolleyes:


    What's this obsession with the OP being a minor?:confused:
     
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    What a revelation this was sir narnian::smile:

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    We wouldn't want to be caught now would we. If you were caught would you lose your Christian title? I image that would be quite scandalous.:cool:
     
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    I am born again and gay.
     
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    soundz like dat dude is gay
     
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    I tried that. It doesn't work.

    I think gay, Mormon, big dick, and high libido is a cruel curse by God. (No, I am not Mormon. For those aforementioned reasons listed.)
     
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    I wonder if mutual masturbation is mutual when you are unaware and asleep. Seems like rape.

    I once saw a guy on X-Tube drug a football player and had his way with him. Now, that is creepy. Not only that, that's fucked up.
     
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    In my case I was blessed to have known Christians who were gay and one that was also Mormon. The Mormon one was married and especially friendly. He seemed attracted to me. I'm sorry that I turned him down a number of times when he suggested going out with me. I'm too much of a homebody I suppose. I did have lunch with him once though. We were in the same church social group that met a few times a year for bible study/discussions/meals too - usually at a member's residence. At one of our meetings,the only one that was held in a room at the church, we were the only ones who showed up. His wife was elsewhere in a different study group that night. We were seated at a table in the room and as he saw no one else was coming he decided to get started. I was stunned when he got up and locked the door to the room. And then...
    See the video:

    YouTube - Remington Steele He Touched Me


    It seems that he did see his libido as a curse, but a curse that he could live with and try to understand.:wink:
     
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    Ok.... it sure doesn't say "the lord doth hate gay people. I wish people would wake up and realize its the people in church who are driving people out of their church and persecuting others that are committing the sins...


    Proverbs 6:16-19 (King James Version)



    16 These six things doth the LORD hate: yea, seven are an abomination unto him:
    17 A proud look, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood,
    18 An heart that deviseth wicked imaginations, feet that be swift in running to mischief, 19 A false witness that speaketh lies, and he that soweth discord among brethren.


    I think so many people judge nowadays.... and hold the bible up as their weapon... have they not opened up their own book to read when they preach their hate?
    John 13:34-35 (King James Version)



    34 A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. 35 By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.


    Maybe if more "Christians" would remember the 11th commandment that Jesus gave to all of us, people might actually think its possible to be gay and Christian.

    (Granted there is so much more to go along with this, but i just saw some people in this thread who needed a little enlightenment onto their own religion.)

    Ok, sorry if this post was out of place.
     
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    I'm just curious on how a gay would want to be christian. Christianity has its own rules and they will not change. I don't think a gay can be a christian truthfully speaking. The bible has references of homosexuality as evil and something that god hates. I think some where in corithians it says they, along with drunkards and those who do sexually immoral things will not be welcomed in heaven. Why would a gay want a religion like that? How can you reconcile with an ideology like that? From what I gather, christians want people to change from being "sinful" to being "holy," whatever that means. So why would a gay want to follow that? It is beyond me.
     
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    Darlin'--

    If your Mormon friend looked like Pierce Brosnan--where do I go so he can touch me? Hehehe. The Elders here look like they just got out of high school...and they look like they want more than touching...I'm afraid. Man, I need a glass of water...:smile:

    Barbra Streisand is a great singer. Or was that Linda Eder? They sound alike somewhat.
     
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    Of course it is possible to be gay and Christian; there are many Protestant denominations that are somewhere on the continuum between tolerant to accepting and affirming. Check out the United Church of Christ and the Unitarian Universalists, for sure. Also, congregations individually vote on whether they want to welcome GLBT people in the following denominations:
    Presbyterian Church USA, United Methodist Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, Community of Christ, Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), and the American Baptist Churches. Well over 1,000 congregations including more than a million members of these denominations have voted to welcome openly GLBT persons to their churches. Don't let right-wing Christians let you think that they are the only Christians or even the only "real" or "true" Christians.
     
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    I think that it is possible to be gay and Christian but I think that you are right about that. Christians are supposed to be on the straight and narrow path.
     
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    Only if you have one, very particular, and narrow interpretation of Christianity with, as I always say, a lot more emphasis on the Old Testament than the New.
     
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    One in three people in the WORLD are Christians. Don't lump them all together though. Lot's of them are gay. Many believe it is morally acceptable to be both. There is a long history of same sex relationships in Christianity, going back to ancient times - not all of it undercover at all.
    Now whether that is right or wrong is not for me to say.

    One poster remarked that, Christianity has it's own set of rules, that don't change. I'm not sure what is meant by that. I can tell you , that the Bible doesn't change, that is true. The Bible is a great deal more than a set of Christian rules though. One take, take on it I find interesting is the Lutheran view which sees the Bible as divided between Law and Gospel. So I guess only half of it is rules....? In any case the idea though is, the the law - the rules - is what people can never, never live up to completely. Its purpose is to point them to the Gospel, which they need. That offers them freedom and hope, from which point they are able to start on the path to to a better life -not out of fear, but joy and thanks.
    Something else to consider is that, while the text of the Bible changes very, very little - much less than any contemporary documents of its periods, attitudes toward it do change. Not in major things, no, and only very gradually. Still, certain aspects are emphasized in different periods of history, while others take a background position. For example, in the 20th century, men where ministers and priests. The interpretation of certain parts of the Bible during that era, and tradition mandated it. In the 21st century, nearly all protestant churches ordain women as priests and ministers. In America , more women study theology than men. What Corinthians - to go back to the book the poster mentions - said about women needing to keep silent in the assembly, is considered by most people today to be something to be understood within the context of the period, and which doesn't necesarily apply to our time. Even conservative traditional denominations, like Moravians, Presbyterians, Anglicans, Reformed and even most Lutherans resloved the debate 30 and more years ago. While the Catholic Church doesn't ordain women, today women are encouraged to participate in the Mass, and may even read the lessons to the congregation. So, the Bible doesn't change, but life does, just once in a while.

    Why would gays want to be part of a faith like that? Why would women have wanted to be part of a faith like that? I don't know, personal beliefs - a persons concept of his maker, is not always quantifiable. "This is what a Christian is", "These are the rules", "this person can, or cannot be one": are ideas that don't always apply. A person simply feels lead to express and live his faith. For my part, this is something to be honored and celebrated.
     
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    Yes. That was Barbra.:wink:




    Here is a thread dealing with homosexuality and the bible:

    Misinterpretation: The Bible and Homosexuality
     
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