posted on Mar, 8 2015 @ 09:45 AM
This was in response to someone who believes they could choose to have sex with men, but don't because they love women and want to continue loving
People who absolutely love pizza, but think they might like burgers as well, don't just ignore trying out a burger. They go out and try a burger.
They want to know if they'll like it, and realize that just because they love burgers, doesn't mean they would have to stop loving pizza.
If you think you may truly enjoy having sex with a man, even though you currently know you love having sex with women, why don't you go out and
explore that thing you may potentially love? Logic says it's because you don't really want to have sex with a man, because you're not attracted to
men. That's why you're so content on just sleeping with women.
You could go out and discover what it's like to have sex with a man, but not because being gay or straight is a choice, but because you have free
will. You not being gay is the reason you don't take advantage of the free will you have to go sleep with a man. Otherwise, the normal response to
the belief you might enjoy having sex with a man, is having sex with a man. Not talking about how you might enjoy having sex with a man, but that you
never will because you totally love women.
That's the way I see it. I've never felt the urge to go have sex with a man. The thought turns me off and doesn't interest or arouse me in the
least. The closest I would ever come to "choosing" to be gay, is if I didn't have to have any physical interaction with the man at all. Which to
me, probably means it's impossible for me to choose to be gay. I'll happily and easily agree or mention that a man is attractive, or that they would
make a good boyfriend to someone. To me, that has nothing to do with your sexual preference, but rather being able to acknowledge whether or not
someone is attractive and has good traits.
The idea that people believe gay or straight is a choice, just baffles me. To me, there are only two logical reasons for that. The first, the people
saying this are bisexual, and they choose not to give into their desires due to it being largely unaccepted, fearful about how they may be thought of,
and/or it's against their religion. The other reason, because they are religious and see being gay as bad, and would never admit (or refuse to
believe) that God would create a man that was attracted to another man.
And both of those answers I cannot accept. For the non-religion excuse, don't be afraid of being who you are, you are only making things worse for
others and for your true self. (I'm going to preface this next part by saying it's not intended to bring about a religious debate, or question any
beliefs. It's meant to show why I cannot accept the reason for why someone would say being gay is a choice. I believe in Christ, myself, but also
believe that everyone is loved, and that there is nothing wrong with homosexuality. Do not attempt to debate whether or not homosexuality is a sin, or
any of my religious beliefs. I know I am ending one sentence with a question mark, but only because it's rhetorical.) For the religious excuse, take
a look at all the "bad" things God does every day, with AIDS, wars, poverty and famine. There's the belief that there's a reason for all of those
bad things. Do you find it so hard to believe that maybe God, for whatever reason it may be, might also create a man than has no say in whether or not
he is attracted to another man?
I really had no intention to make this so long, sorry for anyone reading. The typing just kind of started and wouldn't stop.