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Timothy Jones wrote:

Hi, guys —

I'm playing a game called Choices, which basically has various romance stories with interactive choices causing the player(s) to experiment with a wide variety of sexual partners.

In almost all these stories, the main character is a woman, and I choose her to be a lesbian, because as a man, I don't like the character I'm playing: romancing a guy.

  • Is it sinful to choose a character for a video game who is a lesbian?
  • Should I stop playing games like this?


  { Is it OK to play a game called, Choices, which causes players to experiment with sexual partners? }

Bob replied:


I wouldn't play this game. It is undoubtedly a great offense to our Lord who wishes us to use prayer for those who struggle with sexual sin and same-sex attraction.

Pray for those who have this confusion and struggle, and don’t patronize the game makers who seek to normalize this choice.


Bob Kirby

Timothy replied:


Thank you for your answer.

I'll be praying for Grace and strength against sexual sins. I already uninstalled the game.

Thank-you for your answer,

God Bless,


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