Does This Look Like The Face Of A Gay Author, Who Found God And Became An Anti-Gay Author, But Then Just Got Caught On Grinder?

(MSN) — Grindr, the social networking app that helps gay guys meet one another, has a surprising new user: Matt Moore, the notably tortured “ex-gay” who’s written at length for The Christian Post on his efforts to eschew the “homosexual lifestyle.” Moore’s Grindr profile was noted by a reader of Zinnia Jones’ Freethought Blogs. Perhaps surprisingly, it was confirmed by Moore himself, saying that he had committed “major disobedience on my part” — a “disobedience to Christ.” Moore says he won’t be back on Grindr. Moore said, “Creating a grindr profile and talking to guys on it was major disobedience on my part….disobedience to Christ. Disobedience to a loving and gracious God. Thankfully, I believe that He forgives me for this disobedience. I believe the blood of Christ covers this disobedience. And I won’t be on grindr again….ever.”

Really nothing sadder than a relapse. Whether it be cancer, alcoholism or just being a total fruit loop, it’s never fun to hear about the guy who had overcome the odds only to have his terrible debilitation rear its ugly head and fuck him in the ass. Sucks. But at the same time you can’t really blame Matt Moore. Have you heard of Grinder? It’s Tinder for gay people only with less people saying “how many pushups can you do” and more saying “let me swallow your kids.” Kinda hard not to expect a relapse there. Just too close to the fire. If you put a chemo patient on the product tester line at the mircrowave factory he’ll prob relapse, if you make an alcoholic a bartender he’ll prob relapse, and if you create an app that let’s a gay dude turn the entire world into a rest stop bathroom then he’ll cruise right past the 12th step and onto the 13th, which if nosediving off a cliff right back into some dude’s asshole.

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