As far as I know Zen doesn't promote homosexuality but nor 
discriminate either.  In any case my question to you is; Why 
homosexuals wouldn't have a chance to practice zen as everyone 
else?.  Why they should be denied the right of spirituality in 
whatever form or tradition this appeal to them?.  What is exactly 
your complain about?.

I have no idea of the way homosexuals feel or think.  It's a 
territory completely unknown to me.  Therefore, I try no to make 
judgements about something I don't know what is about except that 
people from the same sex are atracted to each others and that they 
are not attracted to people from the same sex. 

Keep open mind

--- In, "Camila Diehl" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 
> I have been visiting some Zen websites and I see that there are 
some women Roshis and they appear to be lesbians. I wonder how Zen 
can promote homosexuals when there is a concept of moral living which 
underlies the basic concepts of Zen.
> I do not think that this kind of thing is common in Japan or China, 
and I wonder if it is another example of the West perverting a pure 
philosophy by the sheer force of money and power having an influence 
on the main roots of Zen in Japan, Korea, and China?


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