Ok. for the survey, and some of this might be long-winded..
. I'm male by the way.. (Keeps you from having to look at my profile.
How old were you?
5? 15? 21? 35?
Here's the story. I couldn't see until I was 4 - 1/2. Went through fourteen surgeries. The person who removed my bandages for the first time,
that I could see anything, was a young red-headed female nurse, who wore, (I found out later Chanle #5). She was the first person I saw, so her sight
and smell, were the first thing I can honestly say were imprinted on my memory. If I weren't hardwired to be straight before then, then I was at
that time. I'd say 4-5.
Have you always just known? As far as I know, and my memory really begins from my sighted life, yes.
Were you born that way? I honestly don't know.
Did you try being gay first? No. It never occurred to me to try.
Did you experiment before making your decision? No. I always gravitated towards females, especially if they wore a certain perfume...
When did you choose to let your subconscious,an uncontrollable part of the brain,think of the opposite sex in physical and emotional ways?
As far as I can remember, I've always enjoyed females physically, and emotionally. I like the way women look, the way they smell, tone of laugh,
and the way they make me feel. I honestly can't imagine myself ever feeling any other way about them.
As far as being gay is concerned, I've got my own rules of conduct.
1. I don't care if you're gay, if you don't care if I'm straight. Your preferences are your business, and my preferences are mine. Don't tell
me I'm living wrong, and I won't tell you you're living wrong.
2. God and religion has nothing to do with that choice. People should be happy, no matter who their choice of partner/lover/spouse is. I guess that
falls back on #1. ).
3. Nobody objected to my marriage. Why the devil should I object to theirs?
[edit on 22-3-2009 by metallion]