This is Corinne. Below is the video she made for The Not All Like That (NALT) Christians Project. In her video, she says this:
To those of you who are gay, I just want to say: Don’t listen to those people. Don’t listen to the people who call you faggot, and who tell you that what you’re doing is a sin, or that it’s a choice, and that you should try going out with some nice girl or guy—that you haven’t found the right person yet. You probably have. And you most definitely know that you can’t change your orientation. … God made me this way. And it may be hard, and my family may not accept it; hey may not think it’s legitimate. And I’m this way. And I’m cool with that, and I’m gonna stay this way. I’m gonna keep my hair blue, and you are going to continue falling in love with whoever you want. And no Christian who thinks that taking the Bible literally means that they can talk crap to you is going to let you believe otherwise.
Currently I’m trying to find people like me, people who are “not all like that:—a.k.a., people who believe that being part of the LGBTQ community at all is wrong. … The main reason why I’m having difficulty with my Christianity right now is because I can’t find other people who believe what I believe.
Either here and/or as a comment to Corrine’s YouTube video, would you guys please let our dear young friend here know that she is anything in this world but alone?
And Corrine, if you read this: there are about 17,000 Unfundamentalist Christians who share your vision for what Christianity is supposed to be. I’m one of them.
You, girl, are what the future of Christianity looks like. And it’s just … fantastic. Thank you for your inspiring video.
Co-founder, The NALT Christians Project