listening to christian music while on my gay site.
can someone please explain to me why the forbidden fruit always seems to be the most delicious? pretty please?
'cause it's getting old really really old.
Because we can't have it makes it that more appealing. And delicious I guess.
It does suck a lot though...
<3 FLAME ON! <3
that in church, back before I knew I was gay, I first discovered my fixation on women's collarbones.
I thought it was just aesthetic appreciation.
what about all the pretty, young married women who were just too sweet and too gorgeous?
and i know what you meant about collarbones.
so for those of you falling in love
keep it kind, keep it good, keep it right
throw yourself in the midst of danger
and keep one eye open at night.
--"Elephants" Rachel Yamagata
She held hands with her husband when they went up for communion. It was adorable.
It sickened me.
for me, there's this weird feeling in the pit of my stomach. like...i would give anything to corrupt you.
and then you hate yourself for thinking it.
I know exactly what you mean.
I think religion isn't good for me. Or maybe for anyone queer. But I can't let it go. Not yet.
Haha that's really ironic. I guess the forbidden fruit is pretty cuz
God put it there intentionally to test Adam&Eve. I like religion in general, the teaching and all, but the different branches of Christianity confuses the hell out of me.
Nothing is good or bad, but thinking makes it so.
you know when someone tells you 'no' you feel more tempted to do something? Well, the bigger the stop sign the more you want what's behind it. So, like, God stamping "Do Not Touch" is almost literal torture because we want it so much, such is as sin leads. It is like a test to prove our faith in God and his word and all that.
Wow...I totally just sounded religious right there or something...I think...
.~All an angel fell from Heaven wants is for someone to be there with arms held out to catch them before they hit the ground~.
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