Gay bishop urges exploration of "other sexualities"

More vomit spewed out of the mouth of the gay christian movement’s hero.

The Episcopal Church’s first homosexual bishop believes its time for everyone to begin accepting different sexual expressions beside just the regular run of the mill “gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender” ones we’ve become accustomed to.  The statement made by Vickie Gene Robinson is outrageous in its concept, but thus far his church has been silent. No surprises there but at least the slippery slope they claim does not exist, now has a face.

Robinson made his remarks as he is preparing to enter a more politically charged arena

The Center for American Progress (CAP) said in an announcement that Robinson will focus on issues related to economic justice, immigration, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) rights, health care, and the environment, among others.

“I think Gene’s qualifications for this role probably approximate his qualifications for the role of prophet, which he has assumed in the Episcopal Church,” said William Murchison, a member of the denomination and author of Mortal Follies: Episcopalians and the Crisis of Mainline Christianity.

“Everything Gene does tends to be conditioned upon his absolute faith that he knows what he is talking about,” Murchison said. “He’s a man of some charm, but if you get beyond these somewhat basic and superficial credentials, I don’t believe there’s a whole lot of ‘there’ there.”

Robinson most recently drew attention from comments made last week at the Spring meeting of the Episcopal Church House of Bishops. Expressing dissatisfaction with two policy papers presented for and against same-sex marriage, Robinson said it was time to move beyond speaking of “GLBT” orientations.

“There are so many other letters in the alphabet,” Robinson said. “There are so many other sexualities to be explored.”

The Bishop did not elaborate as to what other sexualities might be, and to their corresponding letters of the alphabet.

Robinson knows full well what he means by “other sexualities”.  A few of them immediately come to mind: pedophilia, beastiality and the deadly sexual practice called erotic asphyxiation, a component of the S&M world. And those are some of the more tamer practices Bishop Robinson is encouraging people to “explore” and experience.

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28 thoughts on “Gay bishop urges exploration of "other sexualities"

  1. He is pushing for an exploration of sexuality that’s for sure.

    Lets look at some REAL statistics

    1 in every 4 teenagers in America has an STD.

    1 in every 2 black teens in America has genital herpes, of which there is no cure.

    Another alarming but not quite confirmed yet is…..

    There is some evidence to note that the DC area has a higher infection rate of AIDS than in some hot spots in Africa.

    NAMBLA hides within the gay community and why not Harry Hay (Founder of Gay Rights movement in America) was a strong supporter of Child molestation.

  2. @ Angela, see what I’m saying?

    People keep saying you have to “love and accept” everyone. So, this is what we get in return for blind love, acceptance and equality?

  3. Wow, this guy is a progressive sinner, many people in American dont even accept LGBT’s but he wants to go beyond it. What a demonically influenced reprobate.

    Yep, when you tell people who want to force sin that it will open up doors to even worse, they call you a hater and say nothing is wrong with my lifestyle and “justify” it with scripture. WELL, this is where we are now, people will soon be marrying chimps and dogs. Scientists will try to find a way to make them reproduce, I am sure they are doing that already.

    Its called SIN!!!

  4. @ Gcmwatch, I see exactly what you’re saying. That’s why when you asked us (readers) what we thought of using a “comma” after God’s Word, I responded by saying it’s dangerous. Anytime you add a comma where God has inserted His period, you’re asking for trouble. Commas permit you to say more and when you give yourself that allowance, you speak your truth rather than God’s. That’s dangerous. And these heterics are doing just that, much to the tickling of people who wish to justify & rationalize their lusts. There is no end to their gratification because it’s a bottomless pit.

  5. Angela, the bible does say that the heart of man is desperately wicked, doesnt it?

    LORD HAVE MERCY!!!

  6. Paul, it sure does! The ESV puts it this way: “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately sick; who can understand it?”

    Sickness begets sickness. Unless the heart is cleansed with the Word of God, everything that comes out of it is sick, no matter how well-intentioned.
    This movement is decorated as freedom and liberation.
    It’s a lie. This way seems right to them, but its end is the way to death and the enemy is leading them face-first into it.
    But I suppose they’re enjoying the ride.

  7. Thats whats so BIZARRE about this. This man is an “honored” leader in the church and now being “elevated” to a political-social position. His sickness will eventually make its way into public policy. Watch and see.
    Not being political, but its a prime example as to why we shouldnt cast a vote for someone who approves of a man like this.

  8. I was thinking the same thing, a supposed Church leader is the one bringing this to the forefront. I would more so expect lady gaga or madonna to come out with a statement like that.

    This is soooo sick, its almost unbelievable!

  9. “…made last week at the Spring meeting of the Episcopal Church House of Bishops.”

    And look where he made the comments. Right in front of the other so-called bishops.

    When people pressed him on what he meant, he played the silent game.

    Its quite clear he has a filthy interior, that’s why stuff like this comes out of his mouth.

    And they should have at the very least disciplined him, but when you lay down with spiritual whores, you get the same disease[s] they have.

    Jesus said:
    “What comes out of a man is what makes him ‘unclean.’ 21For from within, out of men’s hearts, come evil thoughts, sexual immorality, theft, murder, adultery, 22greed, malice, deceit, lewdness, envy, slander, arrogance and folly. 23All these evils come from inside and make a man ‘unclean.’” Mark 7

  10. With all the publicity this site has received in the past 3 weeks I wonder why homosexuals who lay it on thick with defense of Vicki are not commenting yet? I mean heck if you think this “guy” is getting into “heaven” there should be posters here foaming at the mouth with comments…..

  11. Like almost everything else, this man is being promoted by a small, wealthy/stealthy faction in the Episcopal Church. There are many reasons why there is silence within the Church; many are afraid, many are aware of the history of race within the Church and erroneously equate race/same sex, many only care about their parish — very big thing in the Episcopal Church. This weakness of insularity has been deftly exploited by the wealthy/stealthy faction. I say to all denominations, get involved on a national level, go to conventions, etc. Faith doesn’t stop at the church doors. This man was recruited, let’s not forget he was raised Disciples of Christ. This movement within is also bringing in twice-divorced, ex-Roman Catholic, gay ex-Gov. of NJ McGreevy who is presently studying for the preisthood. He hates women and is a political snake. With a recruitment pool like this, the recruiters must be demonic.

  12. You know, I read a story in GQ about a month ago talking about that stupid “erotic asphyxiation” in that it was describing how more and more people are dying while practicing this form of perversion. As a matter of fact, Michael Hutchence…the guy from the 80’s band “INXS,” that was his fate as shown by circumstantial evidence. It is also said that David Carradine died in the same manner.

    Slippery slope indeed is the result when allowing for any and all forms of sexual expression to flourish. Mr. Robinson’s evil heart will not allow him to see this….and quite frankly I don’t think he wants to acknowledge this truth.

  13. VGR is an example of what can happen when we let secularism creep into the Church. The Episcopal Church has been repeatedly defiant of the pleas of the primates of the Anglican Communion to repent of their embrace of heterodoxy and deviant sexuality. So far, TEC’s response has been to throw money at weak bishops, depose any opposition, sue breakaway orthodox congregations, and consecrate a practising lesbian to the episcopate. VGR’s statement only reflects the depths of his depravity and willingness to grab media coverage for it.

  14. to be honest..although I’m a fierce advocate for Same-Gender issues and a Gay Christian..I am a little confused as to what the Bishop believes is “other sexualities”…I would need more….I am concern though as a gay christian that the larger Gay Christian Movement..i.e..MCC, UCC, Unity, The Fellowship Movement…etc,,,,it appears to me that the teachings are coming quite radical…Jesus Christ is not being preached..it appears to be more and more related to the teachings now of Bishop Pearson…this whole unity thing.questioning the authencity of Jesus..etc..it became too much for me…i had to end my fellowship with many Gay Churches..but not for the reasons mentioned on this site…

    just my 0.02…umm..now i wonder if it would get posted…

  15. Welcome back Min Williams lol.
    I would really really be nice if someone in the gcm would denounce this far out grossness. But that wouldnt be “love and acceptance” though would it?
    The slippery slope to hell is paved with good intentions.

  16. LOL @ Pastor Foster..

    Yup…I already have..i’ve sent letters and I’ve spoken to leaders of the The Fellowship Church and Unity Churches as it relates to my concerns regarding the lack of teaching on Jesus Christ and winning souls. The focus seems to be more social than spiritual..more political than about a person’s soul and more about spreading unity among all religions rather than taking a bold stance for Christ..its easier to accept everyone and everything…at a conference at the Fellowship Church…an African Priestess danced to her god or whatever..and at a memorial service of those that have died from HIV related illness..a Pastor in the Fellowship of Churches began call on dead people/ancestors to come and guide them..protect them…then this Pastor began pouring what looked liked blood..but was “red wine or something” into a bowl each time she called upon these dead folk….where is this in the Bible?..Since when can my dead ancestors protect me? or guide me? or offer me comfort?..sounds like some kind of demonic work to me…i dare not disturb the rest of my ancestors…they have entered into an eternal rest..let them rest in peace..I will call upon the Holy Spirit to comfort me, guide me..protect me…

    So, yes…I’m scared and concerned about the state of the Black Gay Christian community..I’m scared that this Gospel of Inclusion is nothing more than a hot bed of religious orgies…where everyone belief, god, thought comes together under the banner of “inclusion”….sorry….there shall be no other God’s before him…there is one LORD, one Baptism..one Faith…and we should all unite behind him!

  17. Maybe your letter worked. They are supposed to be doing a “revival” type service when they congregate here in the summer. Maybe the Lord will truly convict somebody’s heart and they will leave homosexuality and serve him in spirit and truth.

  18. I agree they need a “revival”..a renewal of their faith in Jesus Christ. And yes, if someone is convicted by the Holy Spirit to be their natural born selves rather than their choice for themselves…not everyone engaged in same sex affairs are same gender loving by nature, some have learned the behavior and enjoy the “social gay club/status” that one can get..especially if the heterosexual community see you as “not apart of the click”….so to speak…I do sense we are in a day when people are trying any and everything to be “love” and “accepted”..apart of the “click”…sex is just another way for some people to feel they belong….true acceptance in Jesus Christ….knowing that you belong in him…and he belongs in you….when one accepts Christ..one is on a path to discover who one is and why…

    There are alot of men and women living heterosexual lives who are not heterosexual by nature…and the true is the same on the other side….

    I know we disagree on this…and as you would say..”So does God”….

    Be blessed

  19. IF this is a Christian bishop, I’d sure hate to meet a Satanist or Baalist. What is it going to take for people to realize the just because someone carries the title “Bishop”, “Reverend”, “Elder” or whatever doesn’t mean that they deserve to do so. My God, this should be obvious to anyone with even half a brain that this is no “Christian”. He’s a pagan!!

  20. Obviously this Bishop’s lifestyle is not in line with the Word of God, but I can’t help but wonder if the meaning of his words are not being taken out of the context here. It sounds to me as if he is saying (and truthfully) that being gay is not the only sexual sin. If you’re gonna judge, judge righteously. Call out the adulterers, fornicators, pedophiles, porn addicts, and other sinners, too. Sometimes the devil tells on himself. Just a thought.

  21. Cynda, my question is when he was asked to explain or elaborate on his statement, why did he refuse? If it was what you suggested, it would have been easy for him to say, well, here’s what I mean by that. But he didnt. So there’s no out of context here unless he provided the context in the first place. Given this man’s previous outrageous statements, comments and beliefs —not to mention lifestyle—, its well within our interpretation that he didnt mean what if may have sounded like to you. We’ve documented quite a bit of it on this site. Check it out using the site search.

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