Scottish Gay Christian - yes they do exist haha!

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Joined in 2006
April 19, 2008, 08:57

Yeh its been quite a funny line of posting 😆 yeh i can play the didge (didgeridoo) a bit, i practice on a vacuum cleaner hose 😉

My g/f just told me she learnt the thing you blow is a Yirdiki and the sounds that come out, is what they call a didgeridoo…..amazing!!!

Shantih Shantih Shantih
Joined in 2008
April 19, 2008, 10:06

They do have veggie food and nice stuff too…

Well, at least that’s something. We wern’t sure whether or nor there’d be anything suitable for me on the menu. Everytime I hear ‘Steakhouse’ I’m reminded of that episode from the Simpsons where they go to a restuant where they can choose which cow they want to eat. 🙄

Sydney was good, though – much more interesting than Melbourne. I do maintain, however, that ‘family vacation’ is an oxymoron… 🙄 😆

Joined in 2008
April 19, 2008, 13:43

HA!!!!! LOL!!

I do maintain, however, that ‘family vacation’ is an oxymoron

I know right??? LOL 😆

Joined in 2005
May 23, 2008, 15:48

I have a strong Scottish ancestry. Not that helps much, I guess!

Keep looking after yourself, Justin, and keep having morals. They are important in our wishy washy, anything goes (gay) society.

Joined in 2008
May 28, 2008, 02:44

Hey everyone

I must opent this posting by making a sincere apology for being a social recluse over the last few weeks, Ive been swamped with uni work and finally getting my dissertation of 11,000 words completed! Hurrah! Praise the Lord!

I’ve been continuing with my therapy and “exploring my sexuality” as its something Ive been repressing for decades, but all in all I’m doing okay, not suicidal or anything anymore so that’s always good!

Much Love to You All


Joined in 2006
May 28, 2008, 07:37

Thats great news on your progress in yourself Justin, keep going man! 😀

11,000 words….farrrrrr outtttttt!!!!!!!!!! 😯 I used to pass out at the thought of 3000 🙄 Good luck Justin with all that. xo

Anthony Venn-Brown
Joined in 2005
May 28, 2008, 15:04

hey Justin…..welcome back. We have people come and go here……so we were probably not over worried. Glad to hear that things are going well for you.

Joined in 2008
July 28, 2008, 03:11

Think its time for a wee update on where I am – both the good and the bad

Like I’ve mentioned in other posts my parents are continuing to work through their issues towards my homosexuality. My Dad has read AVB’s book and my mother is in the process of reading it, therefore I think it will be a good starting point for conversation and such like. I have to admit that I am still totally shocked that my parents chose me over God, as I assumed that I would be shunned, so that is truly a blessing. I am about to start my induction year in primary (elementary) teaching this year from Aug 2008 – June 2009 which I am over the moon about – four years of hard work finally coming to fruition.

My therapy has been invaluable to me at the moment and I would definitely advise anyone to find a good respected gay therapist if you feel you need one.

Thats the good stuff.

The thing that is nigling at me at the moment is my relationship status. Single. As always. I am working on being happy being single but I miss the attention and intimacy that being in a relationship can bring. I hate meeting people over the internet as I don’t think internet dating is the best way to meet people but other than that I don’t socialise on the glasgow gay scene due to the fact that it is filled with horny men only wanting one thing

I feel as if I am trapped between a rock and a hard place! I’m so frustrated!

well thats my rant over hahahaha thanks for listening (i.e. reading)

God Bless and Much Love



Anthony Venn-Brown
Joined in 2005
July 29, 2008, 00:34

Hey Justin…..good to hear from you.

I hope you got your folks to read this

before they began to delve into the intimate details of my life.

I may have said this before…..but I thoroughly recommend Brad Gouch’s book, Finding the Boyfriend Within. If you read the reviews on you’ll find half hate it the other half say it saved their lives……mmmmmmm….interesting. I would have to say it is essential reading for every gay man…..along with The Velvet Rage.

Having been single for over 10 years now….I do understand what you are saying. We have needs. Personally….I dont go looking….if a partner comes….they come…….and that would be great… the mean time though I’m dammed if I’m going to miss the opportunity of having a wonderful life.

have you considered doing volunteer work in the community. You do meet nice people that way. The internet can be like trying to find a needle in a haystack……..and of course on some sites….there really is only one agenda.

Joined in 2008
July 29, 2008, 02:21


I will most certainly get them to read that blog thing

I have considered voluntary work in the community but time is always the main issue that deters me as my life is pretty hectic as it is.

My therapy has all been centred around self-empowerment, self-esteem and owning my emotions, so yeah even though I can say with some degree of confidence that i dont NEED a man to complete me, it would still be nice to find someone half-decent hahaha

Did look at the book on Amazon and I think im probably gonna fall into the half that hate it, however as the old adage goes not to judge it by its cover, I may just give it a go one day

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