The movie industry is tied with the LGBT community. That is a fact. But oddly enough, they said something in Terminator 2 that defies the maxim of the LGBT community, that one is born this way. “There is no fate, but what we make.”
For years as I fought myself and my desires, and then gave in to them, I believed the lies of the LGBT community, that because I found the same sex attractive, I had to just accept it and live the gay life. I now view this as fatalistic. “There is no fate, but what we make.”
Who says that I have to live the gay life? Who says that just because I find the same sex appealing that I have to give in? Who wrote the rules; some cabal in San Francisco? Wasn’t San Francisco where Jim Jones based his cult?
“There is no fate, but what we make.”
I can be who I want. The same goes for those jerks who expect me to be masculine or athletic, or the ultra religious who expect me to never have a homosexual thought. Who wrote the rules on who I should be? Where are they written down and what is their scriptural basis?
There is freedom in Christ! I am not bound by any rules, whether they be of religion or the LGBT community. “There is no fate, but what we make.“