Nessun Dorma by Ronald Genato.
Acceptance by Petersen Vargas.
There’s so much more than just men and parties to being gay. And I really beg to disagree that we are weak, that it’s so much easier so we chose to be gay.
Discriminated. Unaccepted. But at least we are who we are. We accepted to ourselves our truest form. No more hiding, no more pretending. It took so much for most of us to be gay, and that is not weakness or succumbing. It is bravery. Bravery to face what has been trash in the face of the society. Bravery to fight your way out of this demeaning world. Bravery to accept yourself for who you are, who you love, and what you stand up for.
And for me, no religion can limit me. Besides, it’s what I believe in what matters, not the practices I involve myself with.