Autistic gay dating

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I think you won’t be able to change the fact that he will “date,” unless he wants to commit himself to celibacy.

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I post it below for those who didn't read it when it was available along with my own comments (which I'm sure will upset some readers).

I think it is helpful for us to remember that we, as parents, do not guide our children as ones perfect in the whole area of sex.

We guide them as humbled veterans, if you will, of a war we also haven’t perfectly fought or “won.” But here’s the thing about homosexuality. Like, our consistent disregard for God’s word, which is worse than the sins of “Sodom and Gomorrah,“ as our Lord points out in Matthew 10: 14: “…And if any one will not receive you or listen to your words, shake off the dust from your feet as you leave that house or town.

Just like other parents, of heterosexual children, say, bring that girl (even the one of whom we disapprove) home, so we can meet her, aren’t saying, go ahead and do whatever you want.

But what you are doing is bringing your child’s relationship into the daylight of your home, where your love, values, and mutual commitment, as family, can lend stability and light to your child’s behaviour in his/her relationships. This is the same sort of logic that says we must give our children condoms because "they're going to do it anyway." Dating is a prelude to marriage. What sort of parent doesn't exert their authority on the relationships their child has with other children?

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