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  1. lonelyhands

    It's wrong for a women to cut hair hair

    there shouldn't even be a label for "men style haircuts". hair is hair. women are allowed to cut their hair as short as they want -- it's just a matter of hygiene and doing what makes them feel better about themselves. if having their hair short makes them like themselves more, then why should anyone bother to tell them different? women should be allowed to do what they want.
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    Transsexuals are people who identify as the opposite of the gender they were born with. (eg: trans boys were originally born female, but eventually changed their gender identity. Though they were born female, they're to be identified as male and referred to with he/him pronouns. vice versa with trans women.) There has been a long discussion on trans people and their rights -- and saying trans, this includes trans people pre-surgery and pre-testosterone as well. What are your opinions on them?
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    is it wrong for a girl to like girls?

    I worded that phrase wrong. I have and I always will follow God until the end of my life and onwards. But all the backlash towards homosexual relationships has caused me to doubt. I love the Lord, I do, and one saying I've always held onto was, "God loves all". I love Him, I follow Him, I've done everything for Him and for Him only. How would my preference in girls immediately change who I am as a person when I've stayed the same the entire time; when my faith in Him has remained strong; when I'm no different from the person I used to be before I figured out my feelings?
  4. I was twelve when I first realized I was attracted to girls. I didn't want to say or do anything about it--what was there to say? Who could I tell? I thought the feeling would go away eventually; that it was just a phase, like everyone would usually say. It isn't, though. I'm seventeen now and I'm sure about my feelings more than ever. I like girls, and I don't think I've ever liked anyone of my opposite gender. Yes, I've had a few boyfriends every now and then.. and a girlfriend, twice. I'm currently not in a relationship with anyone at the moment but looking back then, my feelings towards the two genders were definitely different and I can't pinpoint what exactly it was in the relationship that made it different, but it just was. I saw something in girls that I've never seen in boys. My feelings felt more concrete, more real. I like girls and I don't like boys, not at all. I feel so much happier, so much lighter, so much more of myself whenever I'm with girls. It's never felt right with a boy. But I don't know if it's a good thing or not. My fear has been eating me up inside and I don't know if it's right. I don't know if it's okay, being Catholic and also being homosexual. I don't know if I'd be accepted the way I want to be accepted, I don't know if I'd be looked at the same way if I ever told anyone. This is who I am, this is who I've always been, and I don't think this is a phase. I don't think it has something to do with "finding the right person". I know I haven't found my true partner yet but I know I won't find it in a man. I like girls, but will I be damned? Will God look down at me, call me a fool? Will He talk to me in a condescending tone for being both a firm believer of His Word and a lover of people of my own gender? Is it wrong?