A Case Of Identity

He was born a “she”.
She was born a “he”.
He said he was born in the wrong body.
She said the same thing.
They both just want to be free
(as humanly possible) to be themselves.

Right or wrong.
Acceptable or not.
Someone’s life is on the line.
They are trapped in confusion.

*Don't get me confused, I didn't write this to support the LGBT community. 
God is the final judgement on mankind and we will ALL be held accountable 
for our actions. Whether we are gay or straight. Whether we've told a lie 
or stolen. We are all sinners and will all have to stand before a righteous 
God and we will be judged. Changing who we are on the outside does not 
change how God made us. There is only male and female, no in-between. 
There was no confusion on His part when He made us. 
This homosexual agenda that is unfolding has got to end.

 

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7 thoughts on “A Case Of Identity

  1. And as long as their decisions do not affect others (which they do not), then why not help them celebrate those tough choices in this cold world. Great poem…a case of freedom as well.

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  2. nice!!!! i am reblogging!
    i am queer and many of my friends are queer both sexually and gender identified or trans or neutral. when i see new voices rising to support our families in their differences it makes me smile! we see much hate and not enough love and your poem is a gift to those of us who know the struggle!

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