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The notion that gender and sexuality reside in the mind, or can be chosen at will, is opposed to human flourishing and the true nature of man.The Church wisely gives us the antidote to this view through the virtue of chastity.If people called her a 'good boy' she would correct them, saying she was a good girl.Her parents first decided to seek advice from a pediatrician when she was two years old, after she asked: 'Mommy, when's the good fairy going to come with her magic wand and change, you know, my genitalia?They are not perceived as impositions that deny us pleasure, but as safeguards against harming ourselves and others. Despite what most people might think, the virtue of chastity, like all other virtues, isn’t so much concerned with what we do or don’t do.Rather, chastity is the virtue that helps us see things truly and objectively—things as they —within the realm of sexuality.The harmony of the couple and of society depends in part on the way in which the complementarity, needs, and mutual support between the sexes are lived out.” Accepting myself as I truly am requires that I reject a belief that I have a sexual identity other than being a man made for women.
But if any of the boys decline me because of my situation then I just know they’re not right for me at all.'Jazz, who has a sister and two brothers, said as a toddler she knew she wanted to be a girl and would unsnap her onsies to make it look like a dress.Of late, much attention has been given in both the secular media and Christian media to those who call themselves “gay celibate Christians.” As a man attracted to men yet committed to traditional Catholic teaching on human sexuality, I find the notion both of being “gay” or “celibate” strange.Indeed, in the context of what the virtue of chastity is all about, neither of them make sense.This calls to mind words of Pope Benedict XVI speaking to the German Bundestag in 2006, when he said: Man is not merely self-creating freedom. He is intellect and will, but he is also nature, and his will is rightly ordered if he respects his nature, listens to it and accepts himself for who he is, as one who did not create himself.In this way, and in no other, is true human freedom fulfilled.