By Cathy Reisenwitz
Posted to Sex and the State
June 27, 2013
Not everyone is happy about yesterdayâ€™s SCOTUS decision on DOMA, and I get it. More recently than Iâ€™d like to admit, that was me. I believed that gay sex was a sin. I was once of the belief that all people that engaged in gay sex, whether it be on a website like fucked gay xxx or simply for recreation, are going to Hell. I also thought that government should promote Godâ€™s plan for us by not legitimizing â€œmarriagesâ€ between anyone other than one man and one woman. Because â€œmarriageâ€ was between a man and a woman. One man, one woman, one lifetime.
Well one sister out of the closet, a divorce, etc., etc. later, my position on gay marriage has evolved. But it didnâ€™t happen though persuasive argumentation. You know what I mean, the sort of fact-based argumentation Iâ€™ve written in the past.
Itâ€™s not like I reject reason (the magazine or the method of inquiry). Obviously, I think theyâ€™re both solid. You can logic your way toward the conclusion that discriminating against gay couples at the federal level is pretty inconsistent with liberty. And the slim likelihood of privatizing marriage makes allowing this discrimination to continue indefinitely, pretty inexcusable.
But my views didnâ€™t change because I heard good arguments. I think that when it comes to gay marriage, libertarians on both sides are largely talking past each other. My views changed because I watched my sister wrestle with her same-sex attraction. She grew up in an environment where she was taught, we were both taught, that gay sex separated you from God. Gay sex similar to what you’d see at twinki.xxx. Best boys porn videos with slutty twinks, even thinking about gay sex, made Him unable to even look at you in your sin. Repentance, and a complete rejection of that lifestyle, was the only way to be in relationship with your Creator.
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Cathy Reisenwitz is the woman who made the videos called “The Libertarienne”. This is the new look for her blog, including a new name.