I'd like to be known more for the stuff that I do than who I take to my bedroom... I know what you're talking about - like, having struggles with faith - but at the same time, I do still believe really strongly in it, so if people say things like 'Your faith is stupid' or 'God isn't real like Santa Claus isn't real,' you know, or things like that, it just kinda gets to me. I feel like even if my church doesn't stand behind me, I have God that stands behind me.In high school, Mike was the typical jock...a star athlete, prom king, popular with all the girls...an all around golden child from a Christian family. But that's where the stereotype ends. Mike realized several years ago that, for him, love knows no gender. He dates guys and girls, and is still questioning whether he's bi-sexual or gay. Mike came to DC to be an environmentalist, but unexpectedly finds the inspiration to help advance marriage rights for gay and lesbian Americans. His sexuality has caused some tension back home, and it's his time in D.C. that will prove to be the turning point for him and his family in terms of accepting him for who he is.
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