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Title: a day as a gay

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Subject: Philosophy
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Date: March 6, 1998
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But when I finally found the Courage site, something clicked for me. The focus wasn't on changing your sexual orientation, but on deepening your faith life and growing in your walk with Christ. On the Courage site, I read that I wasn't "gay," a label I'd never identified with, but that I was a child of God dealing with same-sex attraction...

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AMEN, I thought, this is ME. While there weren't any meetings in my area, I decided to join the e-mail based mailing list, CourageOnline. My first post to the list was the first time I'd admitted my struggles with same-sex attraction to anyone. I was moved by the warm, caring, genuinely Christian responses I received! Suddenly, I wasn't alone, I wasn't evil, I wasn't a "freak...

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