Tell if this premise works for a story, or is too cheesy: an Orthodox girl is very close friends with this gay guy in high school, and basically he's drawn toward the Church after talking with her, but he ultimately rejects it because he thinks it's wrong to for God to make some people oriented one way and say that sex for them is okay, but orient others the other way and say they can't have sex because of it. So the girl makes a promise to him that she will never have sex to share his burden, if he will consider getting baptized, which he finally does. And basically, the story is about the two of them growing very close and struggling with that for the rest of their lives.
>Neither same-sex marriages nor civil unions of same-sex couples are allowed in Russia. In July 2013, Patriarch Kirill, the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church, of which approximately 41% of Russians are adherents, said that the idea of same-sex marriage was "a very dangerous sign of the Apocalypse".
This is why Russia will always be looked at as culturally backward. I'm just telling it like it is.
>We don't need Europe, we will go our own way!
>Ukraine I'm serious, don't even think about political autonomy
>P-p-please don't join NATO Montenegro
>Help, the West is oppressing us!
sounds like something depressed nicolas sparks would write
>it's backward to not have gay marriage
What marriage means to them is very different from what marriage means to the West, so it wouldn't make sense for them to have gay marriage.
there three moments in the life of the woman
-the non-virgin and non-menopausal
-the virgin wishes only to lose her virginity, since she knows, form observing other girls, that there will always be one man more devoted, than others, to her.
-the non-virgin and non-menopausal woman loves to spread her legs and understand that most men will forever seek to please her at least sexually. this woman wants also status, so men from whom she does not expect sexual pleasures nor fun will only be allowed to comfort her
-the menopausal attempts to be the free spirit that she was right after loosing her virginity. she clings to her past hedonism, but, of course, far fewer men are willing to provide for her. she tries to spread her legs even wider than her previous state, in order to feel like a woman again, but it does not last long. she becomes more epicurean than hedonistic, but she remains mediocre.
I think that'd given an uncomfortable ex-gay vibe that's unecessary. Unless it were handled well, or the marriage ended disastrously and he realized he couldn't lie to himself or something. I think it might be a more interesting evolution to have a gay character pursue a pious chastity.
So, marriage is a whole different machine back there? Enlighten me on the whole aspect. Does the machine have seven wheels instead of four? No seriously do enlighten me jokes aside.
BTW I never said I'm not getting married to a woman, or or admit being gay at all, not that you know me personally or anything.
Your assumption is inane, and presumptuous , but I get the idea on why you say it, easy to misinterpret.