Aj267 saidI believe someone would choose to be gay your not born that way cause if you were then wouldnt you be kissing guys and doing
stuff at the age of 1-5? I just want some opinions
I wasn't aware straight guys were kissing girls and doing stuff at the age of 1-5.
Most children don't develop and express their sexuality until they become pubescent, as their hormones come into play, and other developmental changes take place in their brains. They are truly innocent, and any apparent gender roles they play are largely acquired socially, by copying the adult world they observe around them. That's part of the normal childhood learning & growth process. So that I don't think your logic is valid.
Now my own husband claims he "knew" he was gay at 5, and was acting on it. I doubt that very much. Children that age simply don't understand sexuality, and have virtually no sense of their own. Any memories of his gay feelings & behavior have most likely been retroactively generated & applied, as "acquired" memories.
Your flat statement that a person is not born gay is incorrect. Sexual orientation is already determined at birth. Sexuality may take time to emerge, part of the normal maturation process, but the determinants are already present, and are not subject to free conscious choice.
External factors, primarily societal, may influence the timing and acceptance of that process. But it is no choice. You appear to be struggling with this issue, and perhaps are the victim of a lot of bad information.