Last month there was a pride. A celebration of the diversity of love relationships and freedom of expression.
I grew up in a culture where this is not just reprehensible (until now), but still forbidden. I know for a fact that 100% of all men I know from my culture and the vast majority of girls are disgusted with same-sex relationships.
Even here in Northern Ireland, I’ve met people who disagree that people of the same sex can be together. Since Ireland is a very religious country, the local people argued their position by the fact that “it does not please God.
I totally disagree with it. What I can’t understand:
-How can adults, independent, self-sufficient, healthy people limit the choice of partners only to people of the opposite sex
-Isn’t it clear that it is much better to live in a world of happy people who give their love to the one they want.
-I don’t believe that God could be against same-sex love. As the Bible says, “God is love; and he that dwelleth in love dwelleth in God, and God in him”. And this means that feelings are more important than the gender.
I am very glad that I am in a country of such freedoms. Where love is not forbidden and it does not need to be hidden. For some reason, it was clear to me since childhood, even despite the atmosphere in which I lived. Love is for everyone. And I’m the biggest supporter of it.
But what is your opinion?