I believe in God, not in a God that condemns people and sends them for eternal suffering, not in a God that doesn’t love his sons because of who they love. God created each individual different, made us all alike in the core but different in the soul, so we could see difference and accept it as equality. He taught us to love eachother and to respect, to treat one another as we liked to be treated. He wants us to love, not the gender the other person has, but their personality and their beauty inside, he wants us to pursuit happiness and love, to be true to ourselfs and to the world, and to make the most of life. I don’t believe he died for our sins, no. He died for our love, he died so we could realise what it is to grief and ache for a lost loved one, so we could understand how powerful love is, he died because he loved us so much he could die for us. That’s his lesson for us, to find a love so strong that you are capable to die for it, not mattering who you love, but that you love nonetheless. God loves us all independently of our preferences, our colour, our traces, our beliefs, because in the end, you don’t choose who you love upon this things, you just happen to love them.