Should Christians Celebrate Homosexual Marriage?

Should Christians Celebrate Homosexual Marriage?

“So Hannah, what do we do for the Israeli youth? How do we help them?”

I was a little taken aback when an Israeli friend, a Jewish believer, asked this question up out of the blue. It wasn’t that I thought the Israeli believing youth didn’t need help … on the contrary; my general observation of the young people in the Messianic congregations is that there is an exceptional amount of worldly influence in their lives – much like the youth in the States. But I wasn’t sure the best way to verbalize the solution in a few sentences simply because … it’s much more complicated than that!  Where do you start? There is no quick and easy fix.

However as I collected my thoughts, I realized that the solution is in fact quite simple and my answer to my friend was, in a nutshell, “they need to learn the Scriptures.”

How many young people are advised to thoroughly study the Bible to learn what they should do (or not do) in their lives? I don’t mean reading a few verses for devotions every day, or listening to a sermon once a week. I’m talking about digging deep and studying the Bible as the manual for our lives.

Isn’t that what it is?

These thoughts came back to my mind in light of the Supreme Court decision a few days ago regarding homosexual marriages. You probably discovered, as I did, that if you don’t want to think about it, don’t look at your Facebook newsfeed! On the other hand, you probably discovered that the newsfeed on Friday revealed the opinions of other people – opinions that you may not have been aware of.

Everyone and their brother have expressed their opinions and not everyone has been very pleasant about it. You can rant and rave about what a tragic thing this is (and I agree, it is) … that our country is going downhill (of course it is, it has been heading that direction for awhile) … that the Supreme Court didn’t define marriage so therefore it has no authority to redefine it (which is also correct) … that this will pave the way for the legalization of other types of sexual immorality (very well may happen) … that this same act will provide the right for gun owners to conceal carry without a permit in all the States (I don’t mind that one!) … the arguments can go on and on.

On a personal note, my heart seemed to sink further each time I saw another profile photo covered with a rainbow filter. And then I saw the counterstatement … the cross filter. It was on the profile photo of a young couple that bought a puppy from me last year. I didn’t know where they stood on the issue but my heart leapt all the way back up when I saw that photo! By now I have seen it on a few more profiles but I will always recall the inner feeling of relief when I first saw it on their picture.

Which brings me to the main point of this post – over the past few days I have watched as people who call themselves Christians have celebrated this decision. I even read somewhere that a pastor told his congregation “we are supposed to rejoice with those who rejoice, so we need to rejoice with the gays”.

Let me make something very clear: I don’t hate people who live a homosexual lifestyle, or those who support them. They are lost people who need the Savior just like any other sinners. I have done business with them and received very positive reviews after the fact – they obviously didn’t feel that we hated them, or even condemned or discriminated against them.

The newsfeed revealed no surprises when it showed that homosexuals and/or unbelievers were celebrating. In my opinion, who can blame them? And on that note, who can be surprised at the Supreme Court? After all, they did legalize the murder of innocent children over forty years ago. If someone does not believe in the God of the Bible, then who can complain if he/she is excited about the legalization of sin. We may not agree, but at least it makes sense!

Should Christians Celebrate Homosexual Marriage?

What does not make sense is when people who profess to be Christians express their support for this decision.

The Scriptures make it very clear that homosexuals will not inherit the kingdom of God (1 Corinthians 6:9-10). Neither will murderers, for that matter. Can you imagine if the Supreme Court were to legalize wholesale murder … if you just couldn’t stand someone and you really felt like killing him/her, you had the right to do it. Because our rights are based on the way we feel, correct? If you love a person of the same sex, you should have the right to marry … who is going to advocate that if you hate a person, you should have the right to get rid of them? Could we get Christians to support and celebrate this?

The meaning of the word “Christian” is “follower of Christ”. Personally, I prefer not to use the term because it is not well defined and can mean a variety of different things to different people. But for those who call themselves Christians, I challenge you to consider if you are really following Christ. Do you really know what His Word says?

Honestly, this is pretty simple: if you call yourself a Christian, then you are claiming to follow Christ. In that case, you will learn what the Bible says and do it – that is how you follow Him. If you aren’t willing to follow the Bible, then don’t call yourself His follower. Be honest!

The purpose of this post is not to say: you’re in sin if you’re celebrating the Supreme Court decision.

The purpose of this post is to say: if you’re going to celebrate it, don’t call yourself a Christian or claim to be a follower of the God of the Bible.

Because the Bible says that this is an abomination and those who practice it will not inherit the kingdom of heaven. That should concern us, especially those of us who have homosexual people in our lives whom we care for.

The phrase “we need to get back to the Bible” sounds a little corny but it is the absolute truth. If people are not grounded in the Word, they will be tossed to and fro. 2 Timothy 3:16 tells us “All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness.”

I challenge each and every one reading this to really consider the importance of studying the Scripture. And again, I’m not talking about skimming a few verses or even a few chapters. I’m talking about reading it like it’s our life manual, studying what it means, learning how to apply it to our daily situations and using it as a gauge to determine right and wrong. These are the days that are spoken of in Isaiah 5:20 – “Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness”. If we do not have Biblical discernment, we will be swept along with the flow and will not be that chosen generation, royal priesthood and holy nation that we are called to be.

There is a terrifying passage in Matthew 7 where the Messiah says, “Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.”

The word iniquity means “unrighteousness” and “transgressing the law”. This means that there were professing believers … who had even done signs and wonders … and yet they were guilty of working unrighteousness. This is very serious to realize how people can be deceived … and on such an important issue as entering the kingdom of heaven.

May we all be convicted of any areas in our lives from which we need to purge sin and unrighteousness and may we draw closer to the Heavenly Father and learn better every day how to follow in the steps of our Savior.

48 thoughts on “Should Christians Celebrate Homosexual Marriage?

  1. shalom and amen to every word! so glad to “see” you all here! miss you and bless you all. leaving facebook in the next week or so. makes me angry and nauseous! please keep in touch when you have a minute and i would love to receive your articles! blessings and big hugs around! <3

    1. We miss you too Hava! It was so good to see you for a few minutes at Shavuot … maybe we can visit more on our next trip, this one was such a blur! Lots of love and hugs to all y’all 😉

  2. I appreciate how clearly you have expressed truths from the Bible. Yes, the Bible is our manual for living. I pray that the court’s decision will be a wake-up call as the consequences begin to take place. I pray that many will be called to repentance. Blessings!

  3. I must complement you on your post. You are a very smart young lady to put this all together.
    I sometimes call the Bible ” our big life instruction book.” We must always check our words and actions with the Bible.

    1. Thank you for the compliment Linda but I would be remiss to not acknowledge the blessing of the Heavenly Father in placing me in a family where we desire to live by His Word. As they say, but for the grace of God, there go I. I am a very blessed young lady to be sure!

  4. You are so right, Hannah! And you express Abba’s truth so perfectly. If people who call themselves “Christians” would simply read Elohim’s written Word and follow His Word that became flesh, Yahshua, what a different world this would be. But sadly, all the depravity we see happening in the world was foretold and must come to pass. I long for the day when Yahshua steps onto the Mt. of Olives and it splits in two. And for the time He will rule this world with a rod of iron and restore all things. And then…eternity! Baruch haba bashem Yahovah! Blessed is He Who comes in the Name of Yahovah! Even so, come quickly…Amein!

    1. Amen and amen! But I agree that this is all foretold and things will only get worse. I believe as this happens, it will become more and more clear who the true believers are. Many will fall away and yet those who stand firm will shine brighter and brighter 🙂

  5. I agree with you on the same sex marriage stance, In the beginning he made them male and female…… I am confused as to why there is any surprise what “Christians” believe. Religion is a institution created by the government to control the masses and pit people against each other or in other words Satan created these institutions to once again try to elevate himself above Yahweh and his truth and cause division and confusion. “United we stand and divided we fall”. Abraham did not go to a church building to talk to Yahweh and he did not ask a priest or pastor or fellow believer for his opinion on worship. He talked to the source and Yahweh delivered him from Babylon where he lived when searching for the one true Elohim while those around him were worshiping idols and other gods.
    The temples were only 450 square foot and only the Levite priests were able to go in them. If we look at 1 Kings and 2 Kings we can see that the Jezebel spirit controls the church buildings. As also noted in Revelation 2. The government will merge with these buildings and set up its one world religion…….
    When Yahshua came he was a witness to the truth he did not go about visiting buildings every sabbath and the times he did was so he could correct the Pharisees on their hypocrisy. Also if you study how the sabbath was kept it gives us instructions on how to do so but never mentions visiting a building on the sabbath (Exodus 20) Furthermore he is our priest and King (from the Levite and Judah Tribe) so if he went in these buildings he had the authority to do so. He did not come to make a religion he came to show religion what it really was, exposing it and came to reestablish a relationship with us as our king and priest. Isaiah 53 is a great description of his purpose on earth. He was not a Christian and did not call him self one, this is a term that people came up with on their own with the voice of Satan just like he told Eve that is was all right for her to eat the forbidden fruit. Church buildings have become peoples god because you will listen to everyone except Yahweh himself and his voice of truth. He wants to tabernacle with your family and guide you on you and your family’s divine purpose for the coming kingdom.As soon as you step foot into a building you are under the people who run the buildings authority not Yahweh’s. Especially in these times these buildings were not built under his authority like the temples were.

    1. I appreciate you sharing your thoughts, Amber. Perhaps I should clarify that my surprise isn’t with “organized religion” accepting this, but with the individuals – those who choose to refer to themselves as followers of Christ. And unfortunately there isn’t a lot of surprise there either, as many Christians have been taught a warped version of the faith and what it means to be a Christian (by definition).

      I agree that there are problems with Christianity as the religious institution that it is recognized to be today. And I can relate to your concerns about church buildings and how they have come to be treated. But this article is specifically directed to individuals – those who choose to identify themselves as Christians. We know the Messiah didn’t call himself a Christian and there are different viewpoints as to whether it is right or wrong to use the term, but that isn’t the point … the point is: if one calls himself a Christian and does not follow what the Messiah said or did, he is a living oxymoron!

      I think most would agree that there are problems with the church as an institution, and Christianity as a religion. But I believe the only way to solve these problems is for individuals to take responsibility – which gave me the inspiration for this post to begin with. People need to read the Word and do it, allowing it to affect the way they live their lives, as opposed to letting popular opinion and worldly influences guide us.

      And in regards to your other comment, it is a blessing to see how the Father gives us fellowship and divine appointments. My father, brother and I just had an experience in Israel where we were walking along in Jerusalem (a different route than what we normally would have walked) and met a brother in the faith from a different country. We were able to meet again and fellowship with him and be a mutual encouragement for each other. This would not have happened if we had walked the street that we normally took! So we must always be open to the guidance of the Holy Spirit and keep our eyes open for these special appointments. Thanks for sharing!

      1. I do agree with you there are true believers that are still asleep! Thanks for the clarification, you are caling those to choose this day whom they will serve 🙂 Well done! I pray they wake up in Yahweh’s time! And I do agree with you. I am very happy Yahweh was calling me out for years and I was finally able to get out about 2 years ago and walk in the path he layed down for me and my family. He was caling my husband as well! Sister, I keep on seeing the same people in town by divine appointment. Friends from my childhood and one friend that was my neighbor used to work with my husband before I started dating him. Yahweh is good all the time even in times of trouble and uncertiantiy. The surpreme court cannot undo what he has put together. Keep on spreading the truth of Yahweh!

  6. To summarize we are to fellowship but Yahweh gives us those to fellowship with in his perfect way and timing. We went to a open house last Shabbat and my cousin happened to be there by divine appointment of Yahweh! Everyday he puts together great divine appointments when we go out and about. I did not expect a family member to be there as it was friends of my husband and I. Yahweh gives us the fellowship he wants us to have 🙂 Praise his holiness, his mercy, grace and might and praise his son, Yahshua! our high priest and king! I just thought Yahweh would want me to share this! Shalom to you all!!!

  7. I agree with 99% of your post! I am in fact guilty of not getting into the word more. We certainly should get “back to the Bible”. The only critique I have is the part where you say this:

    “The purpose of this post is not to say: you’re in sin if you’re celebrating the Supreme Court decision.

    The purpose of this post is to say: if you’re going to celebrate it, don’t call yourself a Christian or claim to be a follower of the God of the Bible.”

    Your two “purposes” are six of one and half-dozen of the other. That is to say – they mean the same thing. I think you may be trying to avoid calling those who are supporting the decision or even rejoicing in it “sinners” but that is, in fact, what they are. However God loves them just the same, the same as He loves a sinner like me, and so should we. The predicament I am in is how do we express love without showing support? How do we express disagreement without sowing hate?

    Visiting from Shine Blog Hop

    1. Hi Amanda, thanks for sharing your thoughts. I can agree with your six of one, half-dozen of another expression … anyone who takes their Bible seriously knows that it is sin to be celebrating this situation. And if you knew me well, you would know that I have often been accused of being too harsh or outspoken in situations like this :p So for me, it isn’t a matter of avoidance but rather trying to get people to think – which unfortunately people don’t seem to do very often!

      It’s one thing to say – “you’re in sin because you have done ABC”. It’s another thing to say – “the ideology/faith/doctrine/whatever-word-you-want-use that you follow says that ABC is sin, so how should you look at it?” In other words, allowing people to self-examine and critique their actions, rather than me making the judgement. Not that I think it’s wrong to make a righteous Bible-based judgement, but I also think people need to think and reason (according to Scripture) for themselves. Hope that makes sense!

      And yes, I can totally relate to your predicament. I think it really comes down to loving the sinner, hating the sin. Not being afraid to speak the truth – and maybe even be outspoken at times – but not doing it just to pick a fight or win an argument.

  8. Very well said Hannah It’s time for the true believers to take a stand. 2Tim2:15 tells us to study Gods word. Romans12:2 Paul says be not conformed to this world: but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Joshua 1:8 tells us to meditate day and night on Gods statues and laws.and by studying the word John8:32 says you shall no the truth and the truth shall make you free.

  9. I came upon your post from the Mom 2 Mom link up. 🙂 I just wanted to say that out of the many posts I read about the Supreme Court’s decision, I think this was very well said. You put forth the truth but not in a mean spirited manner (which, sadly, I’ve seen from many Christians.) I agree with you, and I appreciate your being willing to say what you did.

  10. Dearest Hannah, I truly appreciate your willingness to speak the Truth and I am thankful for your words being written in love. I am often reminded of how God loves me, a wretched sinner, and because of the shed blood of Jesus Christ and my faith in Him He can look upon me. Oh, may I love others through the love of our God….may I stand boldly upon the Word and be a light to this dark world.

    Thank you so much for sharing this post with Roses of Inspiration. May you have a blessed day!

  11. “Honestly, this is pretty simple”…well, actually it’s not. I am a Christian who calls Jesus my savior, but I also believe in human rights. The Bible is a holy book that was written by man yet inspired by the word of God. When looking at the Bible, we must take history, faith, cultural context, and personal relationships into account. The Bible only mentions same sex relations 6 times, and only 2 or 3 times in the New Testament. It is never in the context of a loving, committed, monogamous relationship, but either having to do with rape or adults having inappropriate relations with children.The word “homosexual” wasn’t actually a word until the 1800s, yet it appears in the Bible. This means that the Greek word was translated, and we can’t be sure that the translation was correct. Additionally, the Bible is open to interpretation. This is demonstrated by the several Christian denominations that exist today, all claiming to know how best to follow God.

    1. Hi Laura, thank you for sharing your thoughts but unfortunately some of your statements not factual. The Scripture does say very clearly “Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination” (Leviticus 18:22) or “If a man also lie with mankind, as he lieth with a woman, both of them have committed an abomination: they shall surely be put to death; their blood shall be upon them” (Leviticus 20:13). This has nothing to do with rape or child molestation.

      And these verses precede ones like “Neither shalt thou lie with any beast to defile thyself therewith: neither shall any woman stand before a beast to lie down thereto: it is confusion” (Leviticus 18:21) or “And if a man lie with a beast, he shall surely be put to death: and ye shall slay the beast” (Leviticus 20:15).

      It appears that you believe that same sex relationships are okay as long as they’re “loving, committed and monogamous” … in order to be consistent, you must believe that bestiality is acceptable too, as long as it’s loving, committed and monogamous.

      You say you believe in human rights, so let’s go back to the example that I gave in the article. Why can it not be a human right that if you really don’t like someone and want to get rid of them, you can kill them? Human rights must be defined by the Bible and when they’re not (as we see today) we become a very immoral society. Homosexuality has nothing to do with human rights and everything to do with sin and perversion of of the Creator’s law and order. It would be just like someone saying that rape is their “human right” because it makes them feel good or happy or fulfilled. This type of mindset is sick and wicked.

      Just because a denomination calls itself Christian, it does not necessarily mean that they are truly following Christ. Most of the church today follows doctrine and practices that very clearly contradict the Bible. And while the Bible is open to interpretation to a certain extent, there are some issues that are simply non-negotiable. The fact that people calling themselves Christians interpret them incorrectly does not mean that this is acceptable or something that we should go along with!

      1. Hi Hannah. I appreciate the discussion, I really do. It is clear that you and I will never agree on this issue, and that is ok. I would like to end, though, with saying that using Leviticus to prove that homosexuality is a sin is a poor argument. That is because we do not follow a lot of Old Testament law today. Thoughts on eating pork and shellfish, wearing jewelry and clothes of mixed materials, having sex with women when they are on their periods, slavery, and the subordination of women have all moved away from the laws in the Old Testament.

        1. As a matter of fact … you’re using the wrong argument on the wrong person 😉 I believe the whole Bible is applicable to our lives, including the Torah – often referred to as the Old Testament. We believe in obeying the commandments of the Heavenly Father, to the best of our ability. There are obviously some things that we cannot do today (like the ceremonial and sacrificial laws) but I believe all followers of the Messiah should following in His footsteps – and He obeyed His Father’s commandments. Unfortunately most of the Christian world today believes certain of the commandments are done away with, but this is not Biblical and there is nowhere in Scripture where we are given the license to no longer observe the Torah.

          1. And I should also add that if the Old Testament commandments are no longer applicable, you might as well start advocating sexual relations with animals, especially since that one is not prohibited in the New Testament.

            1. Hannah … you should have qualified that statement about having relations with animals. According to Laura, it would be acceptable if they are in a “loving, committed, monogamous relationship”.

              1. This is absolutely ridiculous and I will not engage in this conversation. I absolutely do not believe that it’s ok for people to have sex with animals.

              2. But why not? It is only prohibited in the Old Testament and you said in an earlier comment that we don’t follow the Old Testament law today. So why is it wrong? It should be a human right, shouldn’t it? Your logic would be amusing if it weren’t so heartbreaking!

  12. I am so thankful that I found your post. It is filled with wisdom. The only wisdom that God giveth. Thanks so much for allowing God to use you.

  13. This is beautifully written, well done! I’ve been wondering if I should share something similar from my own point of view, but have been waiting to hear from the Holy Spirit.
    I have to agree that my heart sank as well, when my Facebook seemed to fill with those rainbow filtered pictures. In all honestly, it broke my heart. Not when I saw the filer over the pictures of those I knew were lost, but when I saw them cover the faces of those who claimed to live a “christian” life. Revelation 3: 15-16 says, “‘I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot; I wish that you were cold or hot. ‘So because you are lukewarm, and neither hot nor cold, I will spit you out of My mouth.” This, I feel, is the perfect definition of these “believers”. They are Lukewarm. How sad, if they don’t see the light and accept it.

    I saw a question in your comments, “How do we show love, without showing approval/acceptance?” I would say that emulating Christ is the answer (to everything lol). Using Facebook as an example, I have several homosexuals on my friendslist, and I treat them as I treat ANYONE, with love, compassion and warmth. But I stand firm in my faith and the opinions formed by it. I never shy away from sharing a word from God with someone.
    Ephesians 4:15 tells us to “Speak the TRUTH in Love.” My homosexual friends know that I care about them, and in doing so- that I care about their souls. That I disapprove of their lifestyles and will not engage in conversation about it, or show any kind of approval for it. It’s no different than someone you know who lies, cheats, steals, cheats, etc. (All sin is equal.)

    I also wanted to quickly address another commenters comment (lol) who talked about the word “homosexual” not being a correct translation, and that being some kind of loophole. You answered beautifully but I thought I would add, that the bible references sexual immorality several times. And upon further study of the word, we find this means any sexual encounter that lies outside of a biblical marriage, and wasn’t it Jesus who said, “Have you not read that He who created them from the beginning made them male and female,’ and said, ‘for this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife and the two shall become one flesh…” (Mat 19)

    Enough of me, thanks so much for sharing! So glad I came upon your post at “HomeMakingLinkUp”

      1. Thank you very much for sharing! I enjoy novels 😉

        And that’s an excellent point about the sexual immorality and the Matthew 19 passage … that came to my mind as well. The Heavenly Father’s intention for marriage was that it be between one man and one woman and that it be an earthly representation of the Messiah and His bride (the body of Believers). When this happens, the relationship is beautiful, holy and it touches the world – in a good way!

  14. Hannah , some people will never want to understand .for to be carnally minded is death but to be spiritually minded is life and peace.Romans 8. Laura stated by using Leviticus to prove that homosexual is a sin is a poor argument. Believers don’t argue Gods statues. She goes on to say that we don’t follow the old testament laws so here’s one that’s in the new testament 1Cor6:9 the unrighteous shall not inherit the kingdom of God . Be not deceived nor fornicators nor idolater nor adulterers,nor effeminate this word means homosexual. We refer back to Leviticus because the Father says mankind should not lie with mankind or womankind it is in abomination of Gods law. most laws of the time of Moses we no longer have because Jesus made new laws Matt 5: 17-18 Jesus says I have not come to abolish the Law or the Prophets; I have come to fulfill them . New testament also Romans1:26-27 Jude1:7 READ them. Laura unequivocally homosexuality, according to the Bible old and new books is a sin.

    1. Denise, the Bible is always interpreted. Your pastor, minister, or priest interprets the Bible every single Sunday. We must look at scripture within the context of culture, history, and human relationship. It was a very different time when the Bible was written, Additionally, the Bible was written by man. Yes, it is inspired by God…but still written by man. I am not trying to convince you to have my same views, but you do need to realize that there are Christians who do not believe that same sex relations within the context of a committed, monogamous relationship is sinful.

  15. Another blogger after my own heart. I absolutely love reading your wisdom. It’s obvious you are into the Word. Thanks for the great post.

  16. Hello, Hannah! I’m pleased to stop by here today from last week’s Grace and Truth link-up. I appreciate your strong and scriptural stance here, and even the way in which you have handled some of the comments. 🙂
    Jen @ Being Confident of This

  17. Hannah,

    Your article and responses to the comments are so refreshing to read! I love it when I see young women standing firm on the word of God, and living their lives accordingly. So many twist the Scriptures, trying to make them conform to their lives in the current culture, rather than conforming their lives to what God has said is right. In essence, they are trying to make God in their image. You are correct, God’s word is perfectly clear on this subject. His views on sin have not changed, no matter what the current culture says.

    1. Thank you so much, Chris! Your comment surprised me since I didn’t realize this post was still being linked to anywhere … then my sister told me she had put it and a bunch of others in your party since you hadn’t hosted one in awhile. I’m glad you’re back and we will be sure to share more this week – as soon as my sister stops sewing and gets to a laptop 🙂 Have a great evening!

  18. The church is right to take a stand concerning this Supreme Court ruling. But, I wish they would stop pointing fingers at the unbelievers and their behaviors and start removing the beams in the eyes of their own congregants.

    Yes, homosexuals will not enter the kingdom of heaven. Now, church, read the rest of the passage. Neither will fornicators, adulterers, whoremongers…other sexual sins very much prominent in the church.

    How many spouses refuse each other or are selfish in the bedroom?

    How many unmarried people are engaging in sexual activities?

    The statistics for porn use among professing Christians almost matches that of the world!

    How many Christians watch Game of Thrones or other vile programming? How many Christian women read 50 Shades of Gray (I know of several)?

    I am rather sick of pulpits being beaten concerning homosexuality among unbelievers (that’s like complaining that children prefer ice cream over a salad), but the sexual sins within the church are ignored, glossed over, or just blamed on the girls not being modest enough.

    The reason our church witness has pretty much failed in this nation is because of this. How many men complain about gay marriage wrecking the country, but just last week they watched two fully naked women simulating lesbian acts on a popular HBO series. (I know several).

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