Wednesday, December 30, 2015

My thoughts about homosexuality

Let's talk about sexual perversion/7th commandment, more specifically about homosexuality. It is Leviticus 18:22 and Leviticus 20:13.

Homosexual behavior is a conscientious CHOICE by those who engage in it. Please note that homosexual orientation is not a matter of choice (although no one knows yet), only the homosexual behavior. So it is the behavior that is the problem - not sexual orientation. I do not see a problem with engaging in homosexual fantasies. Torah is only against homosexuals who go from fantasy to reality and start to engage in such behavior.


For example, I can't find myself a wife. I am straight. It is in my nature. I want to be with a woman. REALLY! But I do not go out and rape anyone or pay for sex, I patiently wait until God would send me someone. I suffer much in the process. Yet for some reason we allow homosexuals to engage in homosexual behavior which is wrong and criminal. Why am I supposed to suffer and they can get away with a crime?

There is a tiny percentage of "natural-born" (those who have gene defect) homosexuals, but even they are perfectly capable of controlling their urges and resisting the need to engage in homosexual behavior. So I do not understand how some people justify their evil and criminal choice?

When I was little, I used to sleep in one bed with my male cousin sometimes, even hug him. It does not mean there was any homosexual subtext to this. Torah is pretty clear that it is only against "lying with a man as with a woman" for sexual purposes. Torah is not against things like children of the same sex may do when they are little.

Women have anuses too, you know. Do you know how many masculine lonely women there are? I am not talking about tomboys. I am talking about women who feel like men. They would make any gay guy happy, as he would them. Unfortunately, in the US we seem to encourage gays to engage in perverted sexual acts that never truly make them happy and just lie to them about how they are merely "born that way." This is just horrible IMHO.

Each commandment in the Written Torah is eternal and never will change. This is one of the most fundamental principles described in the Torah many times over. A homosexual act is indeed an abomination, a word reserved explicitly for sexual crimes and idolatry (these 2 of 10 commandments are related for a reason). We are made in the image of God(Gen 1:26-27), we are the chosen people of God (Deut 7:6) and we are promised to become priests onto the nations (Ex 19:5-6), so we must set an example and lead most moral lifestyle possible even if other people may find it too conservative. Our God is the Creator of the universe, and we must obey His will which is outlined for us in the Written Torah.

God did say that it is not good for a human to be alone (Gen 2:18), but He indeed meant a heterosexual relationship, otherwise, he would've created a boyfriend for Adam as well. Science is also unequivocal that homosexuality has tremendous adverse social and economic impact. I am yet to see a concise and unbiased study that proves that homosexuality is harmless. All I see is propaganda that any reasonably educated person should reject. Also, I do not see where in the Written Torah it says anything about sex? It says "lie", which may include other acts besides intercourse that is done for sexual pleasure. They are also explicitly forbidden by the Torah.

There is absolutely NO WAY to interpret the Written Torah any other way than how we know it. There is nothing in the Torah to support homosexual behavior. On the contrary, the text is super clear on this. So this is the main argument, I guess, against it.

Other arguments against homosexuality are children. Homosexuals do not produce children, which is the most precious commodity that we have. Why would one want to support and encourage dysfunction? Who is going to support homosexuals when they are old? My kids?

Please note that when 2 homosexual men engage in homosexual behavior, 4 (FOUR) children are not being born! When heterosexuals do not produce children, we only losing 2 children.

And I do not think adoption can fix this problem because I do not think that the fact that we have orphans for them is healthy. I think dysfunctional families are just as bad as homosexual behavior and must be dealt with differently. What is being done is just child abuse. You do not want to know what it feels like not to have a mom or a dad. It is very confusing. You do not have anyone to learn from. Where will adopted children of homosexuals learn how to be heterosexuals? Should they learn it on the streets? From dumb friends at school? Where? Or perhaps, they should be homosexuals too?

Another argument is why only homosexual behavior? Why not legalize pedophilia, zoophilia, necrophilia e.t.c... There is absolutely no difference between them. Its all forms of sexual dysfunction and choice (in most cases) so why not be tolerant of it as well? Where do we draw the line? And please spare me BS about consent, because rape or children, animals and corpses (is this one even possible?) is an infrequent occurrence. In most cases, there is some form of mutual consent.

One may try to use the argument that Written Torah is outdated, but then our claim for Canaan and the chosen people claim is also obsolete. One can't pick and choose! Not to mention that Written Torah is absolute logical truth and can't be really argued against by rational people. Written Torah is also eternal and never changing, so there is just no way to justify sexual perversion by the text.

However, gay people should know that they were made in the image of God, so by engaging in homosexual behavior, they are offending His holy image. They are basically saying that creator of the universe likes to take it up the hoo-hoo once in a while ;) Normal rational people understand that this is wrong without all these explanations.

There are countless more reasons why homosexual behavior is wrong, and no legitimate arguments for it. So it is very strange to me that many people are having difficulty accepting these passages in the Written Torah.

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