Not every deep, loving relationship between people of the same sex is “gay.”
Last week, in an essay for The Federalist, D.C. McAllister offered this valuable and timely reminder to a society that has largely forgotten what true friendship looks like. Drawing heavily on C.S. Lewis’ The Four Loves, McAllister references the traditional Greek distinction between eros and philia. Eros refers to the more passionate, exclusive form of love that occasionally manifests itself in sexual activity, whereas philia refers to intimacy (which can also be passionate) proper to friendship.
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