Seems like many of us in ECUSA are arguing over the "homosexual question." Arguing over whether those whose sexual orientation is toward a partner of the same sex means they are "fundamentally disordered." Arguing over whether to consecrate gay bishops, or ordain gay priests, or only ordain celibate gay priests, or whether gay people need reparative therapy to change back to "normal," whatever that is.
It's really very simple. We go back to Christ, who said, "Love one another."
We seem to have forgotten that.
To me, healthy, normative relationships aren't defined by genitalia.
They are defined by maturity, mutual respect, equal partnership, care through good times and bad.
I've seen good and bad gay relationships and good and bad straight relationships. Why are we being so childish about all this?
Could it, at its heart, be about fear, or power, or money?