Originally Posted by justp1ayin
Do you remember those kids from elementary school that acted a bit 'gay'...? They are most likely gay now. They didn't have to go through a traumatic experience, they didn't eat a bad batch of ice cream that made them gay, they dont do it because its the new cool thing. People are born gay, people are born straight.
I don't like fish... Now maybe God put fish here for a reason, so I could eat it, but I just don't like it, so if someone has a preference towards the opposite sex, why does it have to be an identity issue?
The rebuttal I once heard to that claim that people are born gay is, "You think babies come are born wanting a [penis] in their [butt]? WTF is wrong with people?
As a teenager someone told me that you chose to be gay. I asked him if he choose to be straight. He quickly said "of course not!" and yet he still was assured that anyone who is gay must have chosen it. I can't even being to understand the depths of such ignorance and fear. Seriously, WTF is wrong with people?
PS: It's funny that in TV shows and movies that if an actor plays a doctor, a pilot, a terrorist, serial killer, whatever
we never once consider if they are really those things but as soon as they play a gay character we assume they are gay. I am guilty of doing this. It's funny, if a gay actor plays a straight one, like Neil Patrick Harris on How I Met Your Mother,
, we aren't likely thinking, "He must really be straight if he's playing a straight guy."Edited by SolipsismX - 2/27/14 at 10:22am