Re: Question for homosexual males regarding married men
This conversation hits pretty close to home in more ways than one. I think people make mistakes and we have to live up to them, accept them, and deal with them in our own ways, regardless whose fault is whose.
Casting stones and such, glass houses, etc etc, that's pretty much what I think. If one believes in Christianity (not that I do), then all sins are equal. If you don't, well, whatever, I don't want to make this a religious thing but one bad action is equal to all others, but yes, outcomes of each vary obviously.
Far worse things happen in my opinion than infidelity, regardless of gender or sexuality involved.
Que la joie soit écrite sur le monde et le ciel au-dessus.
Originally Posted by Elena Dementieva
At the press conference I was asked a really good question - they asked if I thought Martina Hingis helped me to win this tournament last year by beating Maria Sharapova in the semifinals. I said "Don't you think so?"