"I have my beliefs and my faith, and I think that’s completely separate than people’s sexual orientation, and attractions are naturally, who they are inside," Boyle says. "I think one thing doesn’t have to do with the other. That’s the argument that I hear a lot. It’s not up to me to decide for them. If they want to believe in something, and I’m talking — I’m Catholic, and there’s certain views that the church has on these things. It’s not up to me to agree or disagree with that. If you’re in love with someone and you have a certain sexual orientation, it doesn’t mean you’re not a good Catholic, in my opinion. That goes right down the line to anything. It’s completely separate from anything else. You should be able to do what you want to do, to pursue what you want to pursue, and you’re not hurting anybody doing it. I think that goes for all areas of life."
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