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Brad wrote at 2012-11-26 18:49:51
Honestly, if I were you, I would just leave. If she's really that desperate for a woman, she's going to leave you. That's what happened to me. I lost my girlfriend of three years because she just randomly decided to become a lesbian. You think it's easy? No. I thought we would last, too, especially because she claimed she was a Christian and the Bible flat out says that homosexuals are going to hell (1 Corinthians 6:9-10). So just dumb her, man. You've got no business with her. You've got to grow a pair and take control of your life.  

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I was raised in a conservative Christian church, and still am a Christian. From my earliest memories, I always had "crushes" on girls/women, but because of my background and training, believed homosexuality was a "sin" and that I was an abomination. I believed it was a "choice" and was determined to choose heterosexuality. I married a man (claimed to be a Christian, ended up being abusive), had three kids, and was married for 20 years. I attended a Christian college (had devastating crushes there) and at the age of 26 started writing and speaking for Christian groups across the United States and Canada. After fifteen years of teaching others to "remove the masks" I finally peeled away my last mask. I lost my church, my oldest friend, my career, and quite a few people I trusted and loved--but I gained my soul. You can't fool God. I used my experience and twenty-five years of biblical studies to understand how scriptures have been misused. I am now married to a woman (seven years) and active in the gay/lesbian community. I have made myself an expert on same gender marriage issues and legal cases. I am very active in local, state, and national politics

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