I told you that no one would ever choose homosexuality given the violent and hate-filled environment in which the vast majority of gay kids, teens, and adults live.<quoted text>
Early on you told me no one would ever choose homosexuality.
Now you choose it?
Do you speak for all homosexuals?
What if some want children? A real marriage and family?
Once again, your denial leads you way down the stupidity dead-end.
Many of us have grown to live our lives openly IN SPITE OF the negative environment in which some of us live. In many cases, we have had to move to urban locations where we are more accepted, where there is strength in numbers.
Gays can have children. Many adopt. Many use medical means to have a child of their own. And many gays in various states can have a "real" marriage.
Your unwillingness to accept that gays are not defective, that gays should have the same rights as everyone else, and that it's simply NONE OF YOUR BUSINESS as to how we live our lives, is what continues to plague you. It's what gnaws at you. It's what drives you to this forum many times a day.
You have claimed in the past that you are not gay--not bisexual. But I'll say it again... I've NEVER seen a straight man so "well informed" about gay male sex and homosexuality in general. Your hard drive must be filled with past links to homosexual sites.
Hell hath no fury like a closeted homosexual. They are the most duplicitous kind of homosexual. Men who have been closeted for decades will admit this when they finally come clean and own up to their own real attractions.
I don't bring this up to insult or "slander" (LOL) you. I bring it up because I've never fully understood your obvious bitterness towards gays.
I have a reason to be here. Namely, I want to see that rights and protections are afforded to the LGBT community.
I still don't understand why you are here. You've got a family. You've had children. You've lived the life you want. Homosexuality hasn't impacted you in the least.
And yet you come back, day after day, week after week, year after year.
You focus on a cause and a cure. Is that a cure for yourself? Is it a cure for someone close to you?