Christian BoyLove Forum #65416
I also don't look at BL as being a disability, although I think that people do experience psychological effects from being a BL and that's because those who realize they are BLs usually know that they are often looked at as being societal pariahs. The mindset that I use to help cope with this: it's the world, not me. I've never told anyone IRL about my true feelings about BL because they are better off not knowing, and I'm better of by them not knowing.
I cannot refute your religious beliefs regarding BL because I don't think much about religion when it comes to any aspect of my life. What I mean by that- there's a lot about religious scripture and history that I don't know. My idea of God was shaped from my religious education as a child and everyday experiences (work and leisure). I don't know if God has a plan. I don't know if there's a heaven or hell. I don't know if I want to know if God has a plan or if there's a heaven or hell. I don't plan on searching for an answer either, not yet at least.
Blackstone like you I believe that my point of view is also evolving, and since recently discovering this site, so is my faith and understanding of myself and other BLs.
Thanks for your response.