(Original post by Anonymous)
Hi, just trying to find out if there are people like me who decided to put their homosexuality on hold for their deen. And if so, how they manage about their sexual tensions and moment of loneliness as well as the futur with marriage and family. I need answers plz
Also what are your habits now - what do you watch on television, do you watch gay Youtubers, what kind of clothes do you wear, how do you behave and talk (e.g. have you developed an effeminate voice, are you a sassy person etc), what is your social circle like, do you feel you relate to the typical concept of 'masculinity'? I just want to understand more about your life now and when you were younger because perhaps it might help us/me to understand how best to help you or what to suggest.
Please provide as much detail about yourself as possible.
Last edited by Zamestaneh; 4 weeks ago
As long as you share the mainstream-orthodox belief that homosexual intercourse is a sin, then your mind will always be in torment.
You are hardwired to have these urges, same way straight men have them towards women. You will never control them, they will never cease to exist.
Every time you see an attractive man on the street, every time you're in the mosque praying and a handsome brother is next to you, there will be guilt and confusion.
Every time you see a gay couple enjoying their lives, you will feel envy and hate.
You marry a woman, you think it's going to help, but it's only made things a thousand times worse.
You decide to have children, surely they will comfort you in your miserable life, but no, you're only digging yourself in deeper down the rabbit hole.
This is your reality, the one you set out for yourself, by choosing to believe this is what Allah wants you to do.
Ask yourself, would Allah want this?
You’ll only make yourself miserable. There’s nothing wrong with being gay.
lol the homophobia from these so called Muslims is quite frankly shocking - religion does not excuse you from respect
Must be carful about what I say here. This is a safe space for religious nutcases after all, thus I cannot attack homophobia when I see it.
Last edited by Andrew97; 4 weeks ago
To wokskin - Please don’t come up with false information and your own interpretation of the Quran. Quran in fact is the only book left on earth which is direct words of God that hasn’t been changed in centuries!(u like bible or Torah) If your a Muslim gay then accept your sin rather than trying to amend the words of God because you may be forgiven for your sin but not for manipulating gods words..If you are not a Muslim then please keep your mouth shut as nobody asked for your opinion..
Last edited by Sara01; 4 weeks ago