Great post, Ron. Some ideas (apologies ahead of time when it comes to length):

Great post, Ron. Some ideas (apologies ahead of time when it comes to length):

1. Does not the means we talk declare that the label “gay” does indeed carry implications for identification? “I’m homosexual” is not the only path of placing it.

There’re more perspicuous claims of identity (“i will be a homosexual”, “Gay–it’s exactly what we am”), which carry particular implications of permanence or immutability (“I became created this way”, “I can’t replace the method personally i think toward other men”, “I’ll often be (a) homosexual”). That isn’t just language befitting acute cases of intercourse addiction or condition (like John Paulk’s). One’s homosexuality is, without doubt, never ever any matter that is small and can constantly influence the length of one’s life. However it is not necessarily the principal element around which anything else revolves. A child might learn their own emotions of attraction to many other men from early age, but we question many individuals would–even retrospectively–describe this given that principal theme of one’s youth. Labels like “gay” are meant to be broad groups, deciding on anyone, at all ages or phase of life, drawn to the sex that is same. (more…)