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Sexual Orientation


Sexual orientation is about who you want to have sex with. Sexual orientations include gay, lesbian, straight, bisexual, asexual, graysexual, demisexual, pansexual, and queer. New labels are added all the time. If you don’t like any of these, make up your own. It doesn’t really matter. It’s just important to have a label. 


How do I know my sexual orientation?

Not everyone knows their sexual orientation or how to label themselves. If you feel this way, you should be really proud because you’re a super brave person. Also, you’re probably gay or trans—except trans isn’t a sexual orientation. It’s a gender identity. You have no control over that—or over your sexual orientation. The only thing you have control over is your label, so be creative!


What if I’m unsure about my sexual orientation?

This is really common, and it doesn’t mean that anything is wrong with you. In fact, rejecting sexual norms is one of the best ways to thumb your nose at God—who doesn’t exist anyway.  People who were born with a penis used to think they could only marry someone with a vagina—because that’s the only way sex and marriage can function. We used to call these people men and women, but now we know that’s a really bigoted and backwards way to think. That’s why we had to redefine manwoman, and marriage. Because marriage shouldn’t be about creating family units upon which society can be reliably anchored. It should be about celebrating you and making you happy—and also dismantling the patriarchy. 


Nowadays, understanding your sexual orientation will probably take a lifetime. This is because you have no control over your sexual orientation, and it changes all the time. You should never just assume that you’re heterosexual because you’re attracted to members of the opposite sex. It’s better to “question" your sexuality for as long as it takes to develop deviant sexual desires. Sexual experimentation is really healthy and brave. So is pornography, which helps you to see others as sexual objects rather than as people of intrinsic worth. With time, you’ll be able to condition yourself to have sex with anyone or anything. By contrast, trying to demonstrate self restraint—for fear of hurting yourself or someone else—is one of the most selfish things you can do.


What does it mean to “come out”?

Coming out refers to the process of publicly embracing sexual behavior that goes against God and nature. For most of human history it was a shameful thing to do, but now we celebrate it. Some people struggle with coming out to others or even themselves because they know they’re not really LGBTQ or they fear some kind of coming judgment. These are very real concerns, but you shouldn’t let them stop you. Nobody can really know your sexual orientation anyway—including you—so you can choose to be whoever you want to be.


If you’re worried about not being able to have an abortion if you come out as gay, GLAAD reports that lesbian and bisexual women have even more abortions that heterosexual women. This is because you can still have as much straight sex as you want. Straight sex is fine so long as you don’t have exclusively straight sex and you're not married to the person you're having sex with. That’s not being true to yourself.


Can other people tell what my sexual orientation is?

No. A person only knows your sexual orientation if you tell them and trying to guess is mean and hurtful. Just because you’re a large man with a penis doesn’t mean you should be prevented from competing against women or entering their locker room to watch them undress. What happens if you’re a man who wants to be a champion swimmer, but you’re not fast enough to beat other men? How is that fair?


Luckily, men can now pretend to be women and women can pretend to be men. And those who don’t go along with it will be publicly ostracized—as they should be. Free speech is fine, but hate speech is not—and saying that men shouldn’t be able to compete against women or share their bathrooms is hateful. The fact is, giving men access to women’s locker rooms is something many men find pleasant and affirming. This is because they’re actually lesbian women.


How many people are LGBTQ?

LGBTQ stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer. But don’t worry, “queer” isn’t a mean word anymore. Now it’s an affirming word for someone who is strange or odd and rejects sexual norms.  Although researchers try to study how many people are LGBTQ, it’s very difficult to get an accurate number because there’s no biological basis for it and being LGBTQ has become massively popular in recent years. Way more people are discovering they’re LGBTQ than ever before. Especially girls and young women. And lots more men are now discovering that they are actually women—especially men who’ve been convicted of a sex crime but would rather serve their sentence in a women’s prison. This is called social progress. 


The bottom line is this. If you’re lesbian, or gay, or bisexual, or transgender, or gueer, you should be really proud, because that’s such a brave choice. Except it’s not a choice, it’s who you really are. Unless you choose to be somebody else. That’s brave too. You can choose to be anything you want to be, unless you choose to be heterosexual or monogamous. That’s not brave, because you’re just being what God made you to be—if there was a God. So you’re actually being what the universe made you to be. Except the universe didn’t make you to be anything—except maybe gay or transgender. Probably both.

In the olden days, people believed in right and wrong because they didn’t know about science. Now we know that we’re all just animals and there is no right and wrong—except for bigotry and intolerance—which is why we must silence all Christians. Their hatred cannot be tolerated. God used to judge people for sodomy and fornication and adultery, but now he doesn’t care because there is no God. Now you can have sex with whoever you want, so long as you love them. And you don’t even have to love them if it feels good or satisfies a psychological fetish. The only thing that matters is consent because you can't go around acting like an animal!

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