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They believe God made them gay so they want to be known as gay and they want the Church to accept them on those terms.
And they believe being gay is part of God’s plan and vocation for them.
This is why married men and priests who form intimate friendships with women often lose their way and ruin their vocations.
Experts at lay celibacy include the Numeraries of Opus Dei.
At Yale she came into contact with what’s called the Party of the Right, a part of the Yale Political Union, and the birthing place of many noted conservatives.
They oppose a redefinition of marriage to include anyone else.
Gay exceptionalism and charism are a regular theme for the New Homophiles.
Gabriel Blanchard who calls himself “a gay, anarchist Christian” used to believe that celibacy was a kind of second prize, behind marriage and the priesthood.
Tushnet says she is in love with the Church, its “beauty and sensual glamour.” She loves the Church’s “insistence that seemingly irreconcilable needs could both be met in God’s overwhelming love: justice and mercy, reason and mystery, a savior who is fully God and also fully human.” Tushnet is a true believer but she also speaks fondly in remembrance of her own lesbian experiences.
All this is enough to give faithful Catholics vertigo.