Jul 26, 2011 11:50 PM GMT
I was talking to a guy the other day who told me that he chose to be gay. I've never heard any of any gay person saying this, but that wasn't the only part that shocked me, he told me that he thinks being gay is not inherent, and every homosexual has decided to be gay. He told me the reason why he is gay is because girls suck at sex... I know that he is entitled to his opinion and everything, but I couldn't help but be a little pissed off. Here is this gay guy, going around telling every homophobe, and all the people just coming around to accepting homosexuals, who ask about his sexuality that being gay is a choice, making the situation worse for those of us who can't help it. I never chose to be gay, it just was. I didn't have a day where I decided, "hey, I want to be ostracized by society because I think men are better in bed." Maybe it is true that he chose to be gay and other people have chosen it, but it seems naive and almost like betrayal to go around telling everyone that gay people decided to be that way. So my question is, did you or anyone you know choose to be gay? What's the reasoning behind it?