My thoughts as a straight Christian

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Jul 30, 2022
The LGBTQ+ are alright people and any Christians who dislike/hate LGBTQ+ aren't real Christians and it also says in the bible that (sorry for the long verse) "Bible Gateway Matthew 7 :: NIV. "Do not judge, or you too will be judged. For in the same way you judge others, you will be judged, and with the measure you use, it will be measured to you. "Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother's eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye?" also the verse about "Man shall not love man" was a translation error that was supposed to say "Man shall not love boy" so go have fun with your significant other whether Man/Woman/Shemale/Pan just make sure your pans/people were made near the same time you were made!

Your Friend in Peace/Love, TexasMcNexus
PS: All of my family are Christians and they all support the LGBTQ+ as my Uncle Robin took us all in when I was young and let us live in his house when he was still a her. If your "family" doesn't support you remember "Family isn't always blood, it's the people in your life who want you in theirs: the ones who accept you for who you are, the ones who would do anything to see you smile and who love you no matter what.” Maya Angelou.
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The term "shemale" can be a little offensive, so if you can instead say somebody who is transgender instead, I think it would sit well with your intent and the rest of the post.
The statement "any Christians who dislike/hate LGBTQ+ aren't real Christians" is wrong. One's Christianity could not be judged by whether or not they dislike queers, but only by their relationship with God through Christ. Also, whatever do you mean by "go have fun with your significant other"? Are you encouraging lust?

I believe Christianity is not about anything like this at all, but, again, about one's relationship with God through Christ. God's only concern is one's relationship with Him.

A queer can go to heaven had they accepted Christ as their saviour. A regular church-goer can go to hell had they not actually accepted Christ. See, there really is no reason for Christianity— or any religion, really—to be involved in this issue.