Sunday, 16 October 2016

'I lied to my ex-wife about my sexuality' – Nigeria’s gay pastor Jide Macaulay says

Nigerian gay pastor, theologian and Founder/Project Director of House of Rainbow, Rev. Gay Macaulay has said that he lied to his wife about his sexuality. In a post that he shared on his page, Macaulay said he told a lot of lies because his sexuality and pretending to be what he is not. See his post below;

To be a homosexual is honourable, a gift from God. It is who I am. God makes no mistakes. Knowing the truth as a gay christian is liberating and gives me the most joy of my freedom.
I have paid the price for lying to be heterosexual. Pretending to be who you are will only harm you. EVERYONE was hurt, my father, mother, wife, son, my siblings, in-laws, friends and relatives etc.
I was FORCED to lie. I justified these lies with religion, culture, tradition and law.

I lied to myself for all of my adolescence, I lied to my family and friends. Because I didn't know any better.

I lied to my ex-wife because I was afraid of telling the truth.

I lied in my prayers asking God to cure me of homosexuality instead of helping me to come to terms.
My religious belief and dogma nearly killed me. I wrongly married a woman and badly hurt everyone.
I suffered emotional and psychological breakdown and through it all I survived. - Reverend Jide Macaulay

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