What would you do if your son came out as gay?

Lucas Hall
Lucas Hall

(part 3 confirmed)

So the toll is that the person is so hurt that the person can't connect anymore. At least is quite heavy afraid about to connect with other same-age males.

But the inner craving for to want to connect is still there. But the person rejected most males entirely. And we really can't blame this person. Or can we? I don't think so. So this person's psyche and consciouness/sub-consciousness already is searching for a workaround to that problem. Seeking male approval and male friendship while not having to endure the terror of trying to get contact with those images perceived of normal same-age same-sex peers. And that is where the gay community comes into play. They are meeting other males in a sense of "as if".

And when you first look at it, the first tries of these persons, it is not degenracy at all. If we assume both are having their first meetings. (Not talking about gay bars right now where youngsters and noobs are considered "fresh meat"). But let's assume two homosexual males being right at the beginning of their homosexual career: There is no degenarcy at first. They are genuinely happy to meet each other and have contact. They sit and talk and so on.

That is the tragic part: Now they have connected male contact. Even if both don't consider themselves "male" or even rejected masculinity entirely and developed feminine behaviours. But still we have two males here having established a connection. Tragic is they don't know consciously that all they ever wanted was male contact.

The destructive part of homosexuality starts with sex. That is where this at first little weird, little too intimate male contact, but still healthy male contact breaks apart. But again it is not so much degeneracy of those persons. Their cravings for masculinity are that strong that they are trying to soak it up from the other male.

Daniel Reyes
Daniel Reyes

Greece dude is back

Brody Lee
Brody Lee

Romans 1:26-32 also faggot

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James Richardson
James Richardson

Just move on with my life. If I raised him right and he still turned out to be a faggot, that's none of my fault.

Xavier Nguyen
Xavier Nguyen

What would you do if your son came out as gay?
Are you winning son?

Ayden Brown
Ayden Brown

(part No. 4) Their cravings for masculinity are that strong that they are trying to soak it up from the other male.

And that again is the next tragic part where homosexual friendship turns into just (mis-)using the other person. Because that is what homosexual sex only is capable of. Sure most heterosexual sex nowadays does this, but heterosexual sex is capable of FAR more. And not talking about the biological aspects here or children. Heterosexual sex is capable of giving *and* receiving. Again not bioligally and also not in terms of anatomy! Homosexual sex is only about receiving.

Mostly the homosexual person just needs to feel this masculinity and they think they reached their goal, their craving for it, with gay sex. Most of the time also something is going on about the gay person dreaming to be the other person.

Gays want to feel masculine. But at the same reject it. But they want it. That alone explains this whole fetish / stereotype / trope of gays about e.g. police men, men in uniform or athletes. Sure many of them can be are attractive and also a heterosexual person can admit that. With non gay-males that is only a aesthically comparison, and turned into (most of the time) healthy competition on the market. When a non-homosexual male starts going to the gym because he found it to be attractive on someone else, that is because he wants to stay competetive. Maybe he just likes to have this appeal, too. He is able to adopt characteristics of maleness of other males into his own masculinity. If he wants. WHILE not giving up his own identiy. Basically we could call this inspiration. Healthy inspiration and competition.

While in the homosexual world this turns into trying to replace their identity entirely. Inspiration stops right there were it becomes imitations. Also it happens often in a form of becoming really self-loathing.

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