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Monday, 7 February 2011

We are the youth

Until I started at Auburn, I went to a private, Evangelical Christian school in Memphis. I realized I was gay in probably the 7th grade. But if I had come out then, I would have been expelled. The general consensus at my school from Romans 1 was that it wasn’t a sin to be attracted to men, but that it was a sin to act on that attraction. And so I always said to myself I’m in the clear as long as I don’t do anything or tell anybody.

This is from We Are the Youth

We Are the Youth is a photographic journalism project chronicling the individual stories of LGBT youth in the United States.
This comes via La Pura Vida

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