A lot of people here demand homosexuals to proof they were born this way, can any of you that are heterosexuals proof how you got to be one? Was there a choice involved, or did your natural instincts kick in? Why is it so dificult to understand that gays instincts kick in just like they do for heteros?
I will use my faith as my arguement. My arguement has been around for more than 2000 years The agenda for forced acceptance by a fraction of the population is an infant incomparison.
Ahh...faith..The basis of which all fruitless arguments are made. Faith is great for some things, but when it comes to denying people their constitutionally protected rights you're going to need something grounded in the rational realm. Got anything tangible?
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I understand the choice/no choice just fine. I understand that there are genuine gays and lesbians.......and then there are the "look at me rebel by saying I am gay and raise as much trouble as possible" gays. My Aunt is gay. Her and her partner live together in Texas and have been together for over 10 yrs. Being gay ia a PART of who she is, not the all consuming center of her life. She doesnt feel the need to shout from roof tops and street corners at people who may disagree with her, but she doesnt hide either. No, as a heterosexual Ido not choose who turns me on. I will take it a step farther and say I even have definite type when it comes to men themselves (big brawny country boys ;) BUT its only a part of me not my all consuming focus in life. I think right now its "cool" to be gay and its those people that are using to rebel that cause most of the problems.
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