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Cencorship of my comments simply proves that they are true.
» Posted By Mikael On June 12, 2010 @ 9:28 pm
Danavir Gosvami: you are completely wrong even in your first attempt to criticize homosexual devotees, by claiming:
“The word “gay” is primarily defined as: 1) someone who practices homosexuality; or 2) someone having a sexual attraction to persons of the same sex.”
That is not at all the priamary definition of “gay”. “Gay” is a popular synonym for “homosexual”. The term “homosexual” (or “gay”) doesn´t at all describe any action, opinion or practice. It simply describes the sexual identity or preference in a person. Just as “heterosexual” means someone who can be sexually attracted to a person of the opposite sex. That doesn´t mean that a heterosexual person must have sex with anyone! In the same way, a homosexual person has a sexual preference (which is not a result of choice, just as a heterosexual didn´t choose to become a hetero) but that doesn´t mean he or she must necessarily engage in sexual activities, or become attracted to anyone who happens to be of the same sex!
The conclusion is, that celibacy is possible to the same degree for hetero- and homosexuals. And the possibility of unwanted sex life is also equal.
Your expression “ordinary homosexual behavior” (as opposed to monogamy) is also inadequate. There is no such thing as “ordinary homosexual behaviour”. What you´re implying is of course promiscuity. Promiscuity may well be more common among homosexuals than heterosexuals, for different reasons, but that doesn´t make it any more ordinary. If given free choice, most people would prefer to stick to one partner and be faithful. That is human. Homosexuals are also primarily human beings, just as heterosexuals.
I strongly object to your use of words in the title of your article. You are actually saying that many Krishna devotees are whores. I find this very offensive, on behalf of all gay devotees, and you should really be ashamed of yourself.
» Posted By Mikael On June 10, 2010 @ 2:24 pm
I can not understand what grounds you would have to cencor my response to your comment!
» Posted By Mikael On June 10, 2010 @ 2:06 pm
Madhudvisa: my humble proposal to the swami is to simply wake up! He conveniently “forgets” many facts (or he is simply ignorant) in his attempt to exclude homosexual/bisexual people from Shrila Prabhupada´s mercy and from his house.
Just because Shrila Prabhupada was ill-informed about certain matters, doesn´t mean that his educated disciples must follow in such footsteps. Shrila Prabhupada´s instructions have been broken in so many other instances by the GBC, so why not this one?
In any case, Danavir Goswami makes himself a luaghing-stock by presenting completely non-scientific statements such as “The concept that ‘once a homosexual, always a homosexual” is pure nonsense’”, and stupid remarks like these is the actual reason why people will not take ISKCON seriously.
I would recommend Danavir Goswami, and all serious ISKCON leaders and members in general, to open their eyes to the real problems in ISKCON, such as sannyasis (heterosexual or homosexual) not being able to resist sex temptations (pretending to be saints but having sex when they think no one sees; then having to be removed from their thrones only when they are exposed, or sometimes not even being removed but just relocated and given a new fancy title!) or child-molestation (performed both by heterosexual and homosexual so called devotees “in good standing”).
» Posted By Mikael On June 10, 2010 @ 6:32 am
Excuse me Maharaja, but you obviously haven´t the faintest idea what your´re talking about. Wake up.
» Posted By Mikael On September 23, 2009 @ 4:16 am