I take this issue very seriously. I have a few good friends who are openly gay. So sensitivity is a must.
But in my opinion, what should be left closed tight in the closet, should be left closed tight in the closet. Nothing in any Holy Books allows the act of same sex preferences. So, for me, what goes on behind those closed doors, is between you and GOD. And to remind those who are involved, this is an ISLAMIC country. If you don’t respect your religion, try to respect others. If you disagree, I suggest you move to a place where this is acceptable. Brazil is a nice place to live. 😉
Again, I write this with the utmost sensitivity towards the subject. Eventhough I disagree, I disagree in silence because I respect my loved ones decisions. Even if they choose to be gay, they are a few of the most nicest people I have ever encountered. The key word here is ‘RESPECT’. We respect your preferences, you respect the religion’s view on this. So word of advise, have your party inside those closets.