Shame on you for not reading me

. . . says Steve Gershom, in a nice acknowledgement for the interview we did a couple of weeks ago.  Steve expands a little on his favorite parts, and remarks rather poignantly,

As a celibate gay man, I seem to spend half my time telling secular people that I’m just the same as other men, and telling Christians that I’m extremely different from other men. The truth is in the mean, I guess, but sometimes to make the stick straight (heh) you have to bend it too far in the other direction.

If you’re not reading Steve Gershom, you’re missing a lot of candor and insight, plus a good amount of heh.

If you missed our interview about the ex-gay movement and what we are really talking about when we talk about trying to change our orientation, here is part 1 and here is part 2.

  • richard

    I re-read the interview to apprehend better what Steve is trying to get across.

  • Julie

    It really was a great interview. Steve Gershom is welcome reading for someone like me who has gay friends who are married. I don’t know exactly what to do, as a Catholic, but I know I love them, and I know they are trying to do the right thing. It helps so much to read someone who knows my religion is not hostile to gay people from a personal point of view.


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