Tuesday, December 7, 2010 6:51:18 PM
I decided I was bisexual upon finding out that you COULD be. I had never considered it! I was introduced to it, and after a while I saw a certain girl I found attractive and knew it was okay to like her, so I did. Not as sexually at first, but it grew. I now identify as pansexual, and started identifying as such upon hearing about it, and realizing it described my sexual interests more specifically. (Look it up, if you must...). Now, I don't know where all this fits into the born/choice argument, but it`s what happened. Make of it what you will!
"...criminals BECOME criminals because of abuse or neglect during their childhood."
"Gay people ARE born that way. I'm bisexual and I`ll never be able to change that. Even if I always have relationships with guys I`ll still be attracted to girls"
Dear, I`m sure there was something in your childhood/teenage past that "assisted" you in becoming one of these self-proclaimed bi-curious folk. It could have been a number of things: media, molestation, abuse, a friend of the same gender who helped you to overcome some struggle, whatever.
Saying that you can be born gay but not born a criminal is ridiculous. They are both manifestations of something bigger. Kind of like when a man/woman cheats on their spouse. It`s all because of a bigger problem.
Friday, December 18, 2009 4:53:41 PM
Why is it that all the arguments for gay marriage are presented in a seemingly logical way while all the arguments against it are illogical to the point of lunacy? Methinks the one behind this chart has an agenda.
So like I said being born gay is crap and if you wanna say its possible to be born a certain way, be prepared to be open to all possibilities its like believing in God, but pretending the devil doesn't exist