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We're a group of Christians who experience same-sex attraction, and we want to share our stories, answer your questions, and recommend resources about Christianity and same-sex attraction.

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"God's teaching about sex is marvellous and challenging for everyone"

Sean and Gaby

"There has definitely been some change in my attractions and feelings.”


"I lived within the gay community for over 20 years, fully identifying myself as a gay individual."


“I can live without sex because sex isn’t the only way for deep and meaningful relationships with other people.”


"The One who made me and knows me better than I know myself is going to know what's good for me."


Reflecting on Evangelical Responses to Human Sexuality
Reflecting on Evangelical Responses to Human Sexuality

Professor Steve Holmes sketches out an evangelical theology of human sexuality, wisely drawing out some implications for pastoral practice.

How should I respond if my child comes out to me?
How should I respond if my child comes out to me?

Sean Doherty gives some pointers on how to ensure your child feels loved and supported, and some tips on what NOT to do!

Answering tough questions about same-sex marriage
Answering tough questions about same-sex marriage

Sam Allberry looks at four of the toughest questions that are commonly raised about the issue of same-sex marriage and relationships (from the 2014 ERLC national conference "Homosexuality and the Future of Marriage").

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Introducing Ourselves

We experience same-sex attraction and yet are committed to what the Bible clearly says, and what the church has always taught, about marriage and sex.

With friends, we’ve set up this website to articulate a perspective that is not often heard – that of men and women who are honest and open about their same-sex attraction, but who have discovered that obedience to Jesus in this area of life is fulfilling, healthy and authentic. We want people who experience same-sex attraction, those who self-identify as LGBT or who are just questioning, their family and friends, their churches and pastors, and those investigating Christianity, to find here a plausible way of living out what Christians have consistently believed about marriage and sex. Find out more.