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What is Homosexuality?

Homosexuality is a sexual orientation, not an action. Sexual activity and sexual orientation are not the same. Just as there are straight virgins, there are gay virgins. Because sexual orientation is not the same as sexual experience, being gay cannot be considered to be a sin, just as being straight cannot be considered to be a sin.

Homosexuals feel long-term and fairly consistent sexual and emotional attraction to other people of the same sex or gender, and do not feel consistent sexual and emotional attraction toward people of the opposite sex or gender.

For more information about homosexuality and sexual orientation, one may wish to refer to the following links:

American Psychological Association Answers about homosexuality and sexual orientation.

American Psychological Association Facts about sexual orientation for teachers, principals and school officials.

What is Bisexuality?

Bisexuality is a genuine sexual orientation. While some gay men and lesbians first come out as bisexual, there are people who are bisexual. Just like homosexuality, bisexuality is an identification, not an action. We cannot stress enough that sexual activity and sexual orientation are not the same. Just as there are straight virgins, there are bisexual virgins. Because sexual orientation is not the same as sexual experience, being bisexual cannot be considered to be a sin, just as being straight cannot be considered to be a sin.

Bisexuals feel long-term and fairly consistent sexual and emotional attraction to both men and women. The attraction felt for men and women can vary and is not likely to be 50/50, with some bisexual people feeling a little more attraction to one gender.












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