Gay spiritual dating
Neil Clark Warren feels my pain and he’s ready to cough up big bucks to ease it. Finance, the 78-year-old Christian co-founder and CEO of the online dating site e Harmony, said being gay or lesbian “has been a painful way for a lot of people to have to live.” But, he’s ready to pony up million “and ask other companies to put up money and do a really first-class job of figuring out homosexuality.” I’m so glad that Warren is so concerned with my “pain” and is ready to start “figuring out” homosexuality.Never mind that science has been trying to “figure out” not just homosexuality, but sexuality in general for many, many years. Even the experts, like Eric Vilain, a pediatric geneticist at UCLA, says “humans do not appear to be born with particular arousal patterns—babies aren’t gay or straight.” He suggested we think about the question a different way: Do we see evidence that, from a very early age, children exhibit behavior patterns that appear highly predictive of future sexual orientation?If same-sex marriage is enacted into law what will happen to the teacher who wants to tell pupils that marriage can only mean – and has only ever meant – the union of a man and a woman?Will that teacher’s right to hold and teach this view be respected or will it be removed? But for those interested in gay dating, meeting like-minded men seeking men can be a little tricky; with many guys finding that their social circles have become stagnant or that they're tired of going to gay bars waiting to bump into Mr Right.
For Those Dating, Married Or Even In A Long Distance Relationship!Gooch continues to ask gay men to look inside themselves in order to seek out what they truly desire and avoid following a self-destructive path.Inspired by Greek mythology, this book isn't about dating "gods" per se--those Adonises that seem out of reach for just about everyone.Rather, Gooch (Finding the Boyfriend Within) holds that self-examination and study of Greek wisdom can have an effect on the whole self-and that a better social life is a happy by-product.After an introduction that attempts to explain the relationship between the Greek gods and gay dating, the book launches into seven chapters; six examine the traits and lessons of particular gods-Apollo, Dionysus, Hermes, Hephaestus, Eros and Zeus-and one looks at the wisdom of Socrates.