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  1. Homosexual Practices, Bahá'í Teachings on, by Universal House of Justice, in American Bahá'í, 152 (1995). Overview of Baha'i teachings towards homosexual practices, and how the community should approach homosexuals. [about]
  2. Homosexuality, by Bahá'u'lláh and Shoghi Effendi (1993). Extracts from the Writings of Baha'u'llah, letters written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi and letters written by or for the Universal House of Justice emphasize that Baha'is empathize with homosexuals while not viewing homosexuality as natural or permanent [about]
  3. Homosexuality and Civil Rights, by Universal House of Justice (2010). Although sexual relations are to be restricted to marriage between a man and woman and Bahá’ís are not to take a position on issues such as civil marriage, Baha'is can defend homosexuals from discrimination. [about]
  4. Homosexuality and Civil Rights, by National Spiritual Assembly (2011). Brief comments on the apparent contradiction between eliminating all prejudice, including against homosexuals, vs. the Baha'i stance on marriage as being only between a man and a woman. [about]
  5. Homosexuality and the Bahá'í Faith, by Tom Price (2012). Homosexuality and the Baha'i teachings in the light of human rights, prejudice, and science. [about]
  6. Homosexuality in the Baha'i Faith and in World Religions, by Christopher Buck and Nahzy Buck (2004). Slides of two presentations: Christopher Buck's "Homosexuality in World Religions" and Nahzy Buck's "Homosexuality in the Bahá'í Faith." [about]
  7. Homosexuality in the Kitab-i-Aqdas, by Kamran Hakim (1996). Informal notes on the treatment of homosexuality in the Kitab-i Aqdas, and its background. [about]
  8. Homosexuality in Uganda, Non-involvement of Bahá'ís in repression of, by Universal House of Justice (2010). Clarification of mis-reports about Baha'i involvement in Ugandan repression of homosexuals. Also explains that letters sent written on behalf of Shoghi Effendi are all read by him, and have the same authority as letters written by him. [about]
  9. Homosexuality, Advice on, by Universal House of Justice (1994). Clarification to a Baha'i woman in love with another Baha'i woman that the Guardian's interpretations of the Baha'u'llah's teachings on homosexuality are infallible; concedes that homosexuality may have a "natural" genetic cause. [about]
  10. Homosexuality, Bahá'í Writings on, by Bahá'u'lláh and Abdu'l-Bahá (1996). [about]
  11. Homosexuality: Biological, or a Learned Behavior?, by Universal House of Justice (1993). Various topics related to homosexuality, with an especial focus on whether the Baha'i writings teach that homosexuality is biologically based or is a "learned behavior." [about]
  12. Legislating on Morality, by Universal House of Justice (1988). Areas in which the Universal House of Justice is refraining from legislating on, e.g. abortion and homosexuality. [about]
  13. Letter on responding to attitude changes on homosexuality, by Universal House of Justice. Challenges centrality of sexuality to life; confronts dichotomy of condemnatory and accepting attitudes against homosexuality; dissuades Bahá’ís from debating or coercing non-Bahá’ís and mentions occasions for standing up against oppression of homosexuals [about]
  14. Need for sympathy for those with a homosexual orientation and their need for struggle to overcome, by Universal House of Justice (2013). On the need to overcome material nature including homosexuality; Bahá’ís not to judge or impose values and to treat those with a homosexual orientation sympathetically; no possibility for House to change Bahá’í marriage as between man and woman [about]
  15. Quranic Roots of Some Legal and Theological Terms of the Kitáb-i Aqdas Regarding Women and Homosexual Relations, The, by Kamran Ekbal (1995). Interpretations and etymologies of Arabic terms for prostitution, virginity, dowry, menstruation, sodomy, pederasty, uncleanliness, and adultery. [about]
  16. Sex, Drugs, HIV/AIDS and Religion, by Glenn Curran, in The Family: Our Hopes and Challenges (1995). This paper provides a basic presentation of facts about HIV prevalence, transmission principles, prevention strategies and issues. The second part explores the relationship between HIV/AIDS, homosexuality and religion. [about]
  17. Statement on Homosexuality, by National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United Kingdom (1996). Statement written at the request of the NSA of the U.K., which was "concerned at the introduction into schools of material which seemed to approve of, and even promote, homosexuality." [about]
  18. Transsexuality, by Universal House of Justice (2002). Brief overview of the subjects of transsexuality, the acceptability of sex-change surgery, marriage, and the counselling role of Baha'i institutions. [about]
  19. Transsexuality and Sex-Change Operations (2002). Short compilation of extracts from letters written on behalf of the Universal House of Justice in response to questions concerning the subjects of transsexuality and sex-change operations. [about]
  20. Unrestrained as the Wind: A Life Dedicated to Bahá'u'lláh (1985). Compilation of quotations on topics of especial interest to Bahá'í youth. [about]
  21. Религии мира о гомосексуализме: обзор учений Индуизма, Иудаизма, Буддизма, Зороастризма, Сикхизма, Христианства, Ислама, Веры бахаи, by Ильяс Фаткулов (2012). Краткий обзор точек зрения мировых религий на гомосексуальные отношения. [about]
 
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