Writing about homosexuality is a very delicate matter for I address it not as a gender problem but a human rights issue. Gays are people with emotions and rights not different from normal beings. More often than not, they are truer than self-professed straight people. They do not hide skeletons in their closet.
My favorite cousin was gay but he took care of me when he was alive. He was my nanny and my secretary at the same time. He was very creative and effective with whatever task he had in his hands then. NO, he did not dress like a woman for he was decent and respectful. He need not become a transvestite just to be true to himself.
It is hard to argue with people whose narrow minds are focused on their machismo thinking that gays are not human like them and they opt to be treated like garbage. The one who thinks lowly of gays are the ones who need our apathy. Their stereotyped minds are blocking their better judgment making them prisoners of their own myopia.
Hayy..one's life is not according to other people's standards.Who are we to prescribe what is to be conceived as a moral standard yet even those who vowed to serve the church have their own share of sins too?
Do not be misled by thinking that we should excuse immorality, for homosexuality is not immoral if the premise to be adjudged is human emotions. Love is not gender focus. It is freedom. Any individual must be respected for his rights regardless of his gender.