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4 comments | Tuesday, August 07, 2007




Hi everyone ! I'm in New York City and D.C. on business until the end of the week so postings are going to be on the light side...sorry. However, I did want to share with you a new video from my latest internet addiction, the lovely B. Scott. I introduced B's videos on my site for the first time last week. If you haven't seen his work then I urge you to check out his site.

In this video he takes on the topic of "reformed homosexuals". This is something that I've written about here many times and ironically we both agree that sexual orientation is innate and cannot be changed. I know there's an Exodus movement in this country that's determined to provide electro shock therapy, extensive prayer, counseling, brainwashing and whatever else they can in an attempt to change something that is fixed and given by God, but it's clearly a waste of time.

B. Scott's commentary is dead on and provides inspiration to those who are struggling with their sexuality as only he can. Enjoy!

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<$BlogCommentAuthor$> said...

Hmmm... A reformed homosexual. I do believe that it is possible. I do not believe that all who say they are reformed are reformed! Living in the year 2007, I have seen and heard many true proclamations and I have no choice to believe that it is Possible. If one is to testify in church that is the perfect forum to do so in. By listening to his testimony someone else might be compelled to try the same thing (Rev 12:11). I credit him for having boldness and courage facing B. Scott and everyone Else's persecution that he may of encountered.

I feel as though that homosexuals should not knock those down who believe what they believe. They are 100% entitled to do so! Why is there so much hate that is rendered? Its a shame that Homos have to deal with being different from heteros but now you have hate coming from homos targeting other homos who want to be heteros. I pose the idea of handle your business and your personal matters and stay out of other people's business and let them be whatever they want to be!

August 08, 2007 10:59 AM

 
<$BlogCommentAuthor$> said...

Let me ask the question, what do B. Scott mean by "reformed"? That is where we need to begin because if something is reformed, then errors can be left behind.

Further, God has the power to do miracles according to His will. There are many who have left this sick lifestyle and lived productive, heterosexual life in Christ and never returned to the sinful nature of homosexuality. I can provide many resources.

Lastly, psychologists only work in the realm of theory, not evidence. No therapy can "cure" homosexuality because the premise of "therapy" is working on educated hypothesis without full supported premises. This has been a long debate between sociologists and psychologist. I can say that psychologists are way off key with this issue.

August 08, 2007 9:01 PM

 
<$BlogCommentAuthor$> said...

I'm sorry but it's the year 2007, and just because you say the name God does NOT mean you change a sexual orientation.

There is NO hate here for those who want to PLAY hetero to the day they DIE! But some realize the lie their life is before it's too late.

I don't have a problem with people being who they are, but people get the WRONG thoughts on sexual orientation.

@Captain: You need to really stop with your ignornace. If God hasn't woken you up with a juicy pussy on your mind[as clay cane would say] by now. Then forget it. God hears our prayers, but sometimes God says NO! God does miracles when their needed, NOT because petty humans want people to be something their NOT! You have NO evidence of so-called change. If so, why are you here? A hetero man does NOT spend time on gay blogs. Christ never said he changes people's sexual orientation.

sociologists and psychologists can agrue all they want, they know so-called change is a ex-gay myth! Alan Chambers is holy now, married, and still has same-sex desires, but he said he's straight. Charlene Cothran thinks she's attracted to spirits and ghosts.

Pa-leeze! Reformed homosexuals are a myth. Sexual orientation is innate! It is what it is!

August 09, 2007 5:30 AM

 
<$BlogCommentAuthor$> said...

Tmg said...
I don't completely agree with B. Scott. I'd taken a sexual behavior class at my university and at one time, the Kinsey's scale was explained. With the scale, it starts with zero and ends with six; zero represents complete homosexual and six is completely heterosexual. The numbers in between represents either a heterosexual or homosexual with slight/strong feelings for the opposite gender; the center (I think it is either 3 or 4) is feelings for both genders equally. So what I am trying to say is I think both sexual orientations can go back and forth but it depends on the individual and their feelings. However, I do agree with someone's comment that stated a person may not act on their feelings.

August 10, 2007 1:16 AM

 

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