Brit_Bloke saidI'm totally gay and could never shag a woman (would just be wrong) but lately, I've been strangely attracted to this girl. She's in the BBC3 show, "Being Human" and mebbe it's cos her character is kinda vulnerable ... I dunno ... I think she's gorgeous.
If what you have said is true, then this seems to uphold the idea that homosexuality is more of a state of mind than any genetical or biological oddity.
When at college between 1968-1971, there was a student who was very attracted to me, and we became firm friends. Years later I made friends with someone from the church who was also gay. One is now married and has two grown up sons, the other a divorced father of one, and I believe, now re-married.
I'm too am married with three daughters, and I should add, the last of the three to find a lifelong partner.
But to be fair, when I was training to be a Lifeguard in 1972, I became friends with a gay Lifeguard who held the Award of Distinction, the highest level one could ever achieve, and very few Lifeguards achieve it. But unlike the rest I met, he was a militant homosexual who never developed any interest in any heterosexual relationships.