I reread those words over and over. They stung, they hurt, and I felt my heart sink as they began to settle in.
It doesn’t have to be complicated or uncomfortable. It doesn’t require a lot.
I fear that someone’s supposed judgment of my sexuality will have a direct and negative result on my character.
The point is to be confident in who you are. Regardless of sex, gender, nationality, religion, culture, or whatever it may be that makes you, you.
God would never turn a person away due to their hairstyle; the same is true with sexuality.
I wanted God to love me, but I also wanted to be in a relationship where I could be my true self.