The attraction itself is not a sin, but acting on it is.
Even though individuals do not choose to have such attractions, they do choose how to respond to them. Our views on the importance of gender and the divinely appointed institution of marriage between a man and a woman are also affirmed in the LDS Proclamation on the Family.
Also like twins, the one precedes the other, but most of the same characteristics are there.
The same passions are aroused and, with but slight difference, similar body contacts are made.
He knows that all have a limit to their resistance....
Almost like twins, "petting"-and especially "heavy petting"-and fornication are alike.
Its bigger sister is called "petting." When the intimacies have reached this stage, they are surely the sins condemned by the Savior.
In fact, as the old saying goes, "Actions speak louder than words." With that idea in mind, let's ask some questions. Some will say, "I don't know about that; I don't think kisses mean I love you." Perfect. Maybe kisses mean something different to you than they do to me, or to him, or her.And from it are likely to come the same frustrations, sorrows, anguish, and remorse.The experience of same-sex attraction is a complex reality for many people. But if you're talking about kissing people you date, be cautious in how you use this form of affection.Don't throw kisses around - treat them as something valuable to be used with discretion. Under a second or two could be a useful rule, I suppose.