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Honestly, until I see proof of the existence of any God, I will remain with my opinion that there is no God. This doesn't mean that God can't exist to me, it's just that I won't believe any God exists until I see it with my own two eyes, or see some pretty damning evidence that disproves the more factual and evident theory of Evolution.
According to the Bible, Homosexuality is a sin. However, I suppose it would have to depend on who you ask also. Most Homosexual people claim that they were born so, and that it isn't necessarily a choice. If this is the case, and there really is no choice, then I can't see why "God" would consider it to be wrong.
Now even if it were a choice, why should that matter either? I'm not a religious person, but I think that if there were a God, and he apparently gave people the ability to have free will and their own opinions about things, why shouldn't they be able to exercise said free will?
People have the right (at least in America) to make their own decisions, why should the view/opinion/moral belief of one person interfere with the opinion or personal preference of another.
I am probably a good person but I haven't taken the time to fill out my profile, so you'll never know!