First Point: I am neither for it or against it. Just let them be. Now I know in the bible specifically states that man should not sleep with man or his brothers wife or his sister etc. But do the Sikh Sciptures actually state anything of the kind? If so can someone please reference it. The only reason I bring this up is because I as a Sikh would not be against homosexuality as every one is one and created by one so it does not make them bad people. Sikhism has a history of upholding human rights, it also has a reputation of evolving and being sensible. So it should not really be an issue, but on the net I saw a lot of sikh anti gay-ness (if thats even a word!). If for exampe a Gay Sikh is Amritdhari surely he is closer to the path and doing a better job of it than I am? Are people just interpretating the five vices to keep away from, for there own gains? As if it is to keep away from Lust the same can be said for hetrosexuals. Is it like the whole meat issue? i.e. a lot of Sikhs think we shouldn't eat meat at all when we can as long as it is Chatka meat (don't comment on this bit - this is what I believe and you ain't gonna change that) So in conclusion, All I want to know is - where is the reference in the scriptures to Sikhism being Anti Gay?