Originally posted by zappafan1
It does not usually fall upon the "norm" to explain how those who are different become that way. The Homosexual agenda has done everything to
explain their proposal that homosexuality is something they didn't choose, yet they can't explain their condition. If they can't, how can
Well, you HAVE offered an explanation, Zappafan: you say that homosexuals choose to be gay. Since you make this claim, it is up to you do back it
up. That is, if you want it taken seriously.
The only support you've offered so far is that a genetic cause for homosexuality has not been identified. But even if we stipulate that the cause of
homosexuality is not genetic (which it may not be), that doesn't mean that your explanation is the right one.
Gay people are sexually attracted to their own gender and not to the opposite one. I, being a straight guy, am sexually attracted to women and not to
men. I know for certain that I didn't plan it that way, it just happened.
What you're saying, though, is that it's different for gay people, that their attraction to their own gender isn't something that just happened,
that they planned it that way. Now, on the surface, this is plain nonsense. Can you give us any reason to believe you?
Because there is no gay gene, or any other "forced" provacation to become homosexual, that somehow means there must be "some other explanation or
theory" for their choices? Really? Other than my finding in an earlier post concerning some homosexuals having a brain defect, why is "some other
theory" mandatory or required?
You're not making a lot of sense here. If homosexuality is caused by a brain defect, then it isn't a choice, is it? So which are you saying? That
it's a choice, or that it's a birth defect? Certainly can't be both!
There is much documentation out by those who were "straight", tried being homosexual, then went straight, again.
And there are two possible explanations for this. 1) These people were experimenting in their youth, and discovered that they were not gay. Or, 2)
These people are bisexual, but have chosen to live a straight lifestyle. Actually, I think they have to be somewhat bi even to experiment.
Homosexuality, heterosexuality, and bisexuality are determined by what you feel, not what you do
. A homosexual isn't someone who has sex with
his/her own gender; a homosexual is someone who feels a desire
to have sex with his/her own gender, whether they actually do it or not. And
this desire is not something that a person chooses or controls.
It is possible to have sex with someone to whom you are not attracted. But it is not possible to choose to be attracted to someone to whom you are
not attracted. Yet that's what you're suggesting that homosexuals do. Why should we believe you, when on the face of it what you're suggesting is
[edit on 16-6-2006 by Two Steps Forward]