Since when did Abby know anything about homosexuality? Please read this bit lousy advice:
DEAR ABBY: I am a 15-year-old girl who is losing the will to live. I am bisexual, but my parents are very anti-gay/lesbian, so I can’t tell them about my sexual orientation. Every day I engage in self-injury using a metal chain, and I think about suicide a lot. Please help me.
– Hurting in Orlando, Fla.
DEAR HURTING: As you already know, your sexual orientation isn’t something you chose. It is something you were born with, and your parents’ disapproval – as intimidating as it may be – isn’t going to change it. What you are experiencing is not uncommon in young people who have discovered they are “different.” But there is help, not only for you but also for your parents. Read the rest here.
Being bisexual or gay or lesbian is chosen, not inborn. This young girl reached out to someone that she thought was an authority figure – and that someone immediately placated her with information that is incorrect and will eventually harm her.
LGBT teens are nine times more likely to attempt suicide than heterosexual kids. Why?
Without God this teenager is doomed into a life of ‘spiritual’ indentured servitude until she comes to know Jesus Christ as her Saviour. This girl is considering suicide because she feels remorse and conviction for doing something against her own body. She’s already outwardly hurting herself as punishment.
But Abby won’t tell her that. Instead, she’ll offer what the world EXPECTS instead of telling her how to get those bondages lifted, wiped clean and washed as white wool.
Romans 1:26 says, ‘For this reason God gave them up to vile passions. For even their women exchanged the natural use for what is against nature’.
You know, the world is a funny place…they say you fit in with all of your indecencies and faults but the truth is that all you are is a token to be looked upon as different, anomalous and diverse. You’re quite the trend…so fashionably abnormal. That’s not a life, that’s an existence.