The last reference says, in part:
He believes he is homosexual and has found some seasonal peace in being "honest" about who he believes himself to be. The real tragedy of this story, as well as the doctrinal reality in it, is that this young man has been deceived into being honest about a lie.
It sort of makes me tired. Each person being a law unto themselves. That's what personal revelation is about, right? Getting a feeling about something and then believing it at the expense of all else to be true to yourself. Looking for "inner" truth. Oh, wait, is that arrogance and wishful thinking? I'm so confused. Why didn't anyone say, "I am at this very moment living a lie." I guess people are all deceived rather than lying (which implies self-awareness of the deception) and it takes an outsider (or a new improved self) to spot it. Too bad all the outsiders disagree. They probably all think I'm living a lie. And I disagree... but then, I would.