I don't quite understand this text about wheather homosexuality in buddism is wrong/right?
He has repeatedly affirmed his Buddhist belief that homosexual behaviour is sexual misconduct. In his view homosexual sex is not acceptable in Buddhism or for Buddhists, and society otherwise should accept the challenge to tolerate gays and lesbians. He explains in his book Beyond Dogma: "homosexuality, whether it is between men or between women, is not improper in itself. What is improper is the use of organs already defined as inappropriate for sexual contact." It has been said that in 1997 he explained that the basis of that teaching was unknown to him and that he at least had some "willingness to consider the possibility that some of the teachings may be specific to a particular cultural and historic context."
I don't understand, its it right on wrong.
PS: I don't want your opinion