My Story

I am deeply moved by this blog post. While I wrote about my daughters hypothetically being homosexual, here is a grown man who is struggling with that reality within himself. I’m moved by his honesty. It’s a blessing to come across his blog and read about his journey. I pray that Griffin Whitely will grow in wisdom and use his gifts to counsel others, either directly or indirectly through his writings. God bless him and his family.

Saved: Just As I Am

From as early as I can remember in my childhood, I didn’t feel like a male. Just to clarify, I didn’t feel like a female either; I never felt like I was supposed to be a girl. I just had trouble connecting with other boys and, later, men. I wasn’t interested in the stereotypical “guy stuff,” like sports. Instead, I played piano and loved it (still do). I’ve also always loved to write. Bottom line: It didn’t seem natural to me, nor did I really know how, to act like a boy was “supposed to” act. Eventually, this led to what I would come to know as a sexual addiction, coupled with a very much unwanted same-sex attraction that I didn’t understand.

I didn’t connect well with my dad. He was there, but not there for me emotionally. We did very little together. He didn’t teach me…

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