RESPECT: LGBT Community daniella mae santiago

You have one life to lead. Denying yourself the chance of having close and intimate relationships with people because of religion is your choice, but you are missing out on something that's quite good fun (sex) and which can lead to great feelings of happiness and fulfilment (romantic relationships).

I can understand why people would do it. But celibacy and self-denial isn't for me. You have one shot at life. It isn't a dress rehearsal; it's the one and only life you've got. Better to live with a few regrets from excess than a lot more regrets from self-denial.

PROUD TO BE BISEXUAL

It is their business, and unless they specifically tell me why, I won't know the reason to make any judgement on it.

If it appears that it's genuinely a free choice - that sex and relationships just aren't very important to them, or they're taking a timeout to concentrate on something more important - that's entirely up to them.

PROUD TO BE LGBT COMMUNITY

It is their business, and unless they specifically tell me why, I won't know the reason to make any judgement on it.

We all have rights, all institutions have rights. All people have rights. So we have to find the middle ground… If you’re looking for legal unity, I think that’s an ideal we can look into. But marriage is a very sensitive topic, because it has always been part of religion, the marriage between man and woman.

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