**This post contains references to sexual intercourse**
2. I think homosexuality exists on a spectrum of sin, all of which is deviance (contrary to God's will or our true nature). That is, homosexuality is not special, except that it is, like all sin, iconoclastic. The biblical distinction regarding homosexuality, among other "abominations" is, I think, because the icon being destroyed is oneself. All sin carries this aspect, but some more clearly than others.
3. Marriage, as John Piper describes it, is momentary. I don't think that anyone is "homosexual" in some inexorable state of being, but neither am I heterosexual. I can say that God calls us to abstain from homosexual sex just as I believe that one day he will call us to abstain from heterosexual sex as well. I am completely open to some form of supersex in Christ's kingdom, although to speak of it in such terms conjures too many images of orgies and not enough images of communion feasts.
4. I am convinced that heterosexual culture calls upon homosexual cultures as its rivals, just as Batman needs the Joker. Every time I see a pastor on twitter talking about his "hawt wifey", I think another gay teenager gets his/her wings. I think that many heterosexuals make a mockery of true marriage through objectification and lust. Men drive muscle cars and women find yet another accidental way to show cleavage. I'm guilty of such silliness too, but I can see how many others who are sensitive to the nature of such gross manipulation would seek to escape it through rebellion, taking the form of homosexuality. Thus, we heterosexuals become party to their blasphemy. Many heterosexuals are just patently pathetic, and there is a refreshing tone of honestly among many of the homosexuals I know. It's not that they know something we hetero's don't, but only that they're not playing the same stupid game. (I'm sure they have their own stupid games as well.)
5. I can't see how homosexuality is much more unnatural than onanism. Yet, as a guy, I have doubts that I've ever met a man who hasn't, you know… But seriously, when Christians try to simplify the nature of sex through hand motions, saying "It goes like this, not like this" or "It's Adam and Eve, not Adam and Steve", there should also be a reference to it not being "Adam and Palmela Handerson" either. In my opinion, the problem with homosexuality on a theological level is that God desires us to learn to commune with the Other, in the earthly realm being women (or men, respectively). This connects to my supersex idea in which we will all, after the fulfillment of all things, experience communion as God experiences it. This communion is consummated on earth in a fragmented way, through meals, through worship, through marriage, and in heaven these fragments will be unified and magnified. This is the problem, in my mind, with homosexuality. It is a closed circuit. There is nothing elevated about it; it doesn't call me to anything but my own desires, my own fulfillment, my own image, my own way. In this sense, masturbation, there I said it, is perhaps the most homosexual act there is. Autosexuality is the nature of all homosexuality.
6. The only reason people like me mock the pleasure of homosexual intercourse is because we're afraid of it, never experienced it, and are culturally conditioned to disavow it. Perhaps some people are not attracted to the opposite sex as a generality. I tend not to believe self-reports about who one does and does not find attractive. First, I believe that there are few areas with which we've been more programmed through propaganda (advertising) than on what is the ideal body image of a man and a woman. Our tastes are helplessly skewed, such that I'm surprised we find any normal humans attractive at all, of either sex. Second, I think that the attraction of one's personality is much more important to sexual attraction than looks. My impression is that standards for physical appearance are enforced mainly for social status and reproductive reasons. Although many may have a promiscuous phase where looks are all that matters, just wait and see who they marry. Personality is much more important when it matters. When a typical heterosexual male puts on an act about getting nauseated about the thought of homosexuality, I think this is almost always for show. It was for me.