Originally Posted by NathanATX
What do you all think would be the most loving and powerful way to respond to this situation?Nathan
I wonder if there is a way to reach out to him and let him know how common it is for gay men who live in the closet, feel shame about their sexual orientation and try to repress their sexuality to then "act out" their sexual life in a distorted / "in the shadows" / unhealthy way? At least that is how it was for me. However, individuals who are able to be open about their sexual/romantic feelings, accept who they are and express their sexuality in a committed relationship have what might be termed a "healthy/whole/holy" sex life. We could express our concern for him and his family and our hope that he would be able to come to a place of acceptance and inner peace regarding who he is sexually. Of course, this is assuming that he actually did what he was accused of.