This is an interesting point you make. But at some point we would have to stop calling it rape n just say ole boy having a good ole time. Probably the second time it happened. After all, been told about a prison saying,"only one chance to make a punk," because of course something like this happens to a normal person they will seek protection. Doubtful any straight person would engage in the deviant activity at all, less known for such a period of time. In that scenario there would likely be other issues.<quoted text>He could be raped that way for a decade,but would still be straight. I've read of long time prisoners who had ACTIVE gay sex lives in prison, or some other male only circumstance, and when he gets back to day to day society, he puts away his gay activity like an old set of clothes for he was NOT gay in the first place.
You could hook ME up with the most beautiful girl on the planet and she could lie naked in front of me all night and all I would do is offer her a blankie to cover her body.
You also raise an interesting proposition that a person can simply decide, or "choose," what clothes to wear today, or for a decade. And you are right. It is a choice. This is why that community, although certainly entitled to congregate and explore and support common legitimate interests, cannot possibly have any true "civil rights" concerns. Either black or you're not. Either Jewish or you're not. Of a particular nationality or not. Discrimination based on such intrinsic, non-choice, irreversible factors violates Constitutional civil rights. There, they make a conscious choice. It is engaging in the abhorent, deviant activity that determines whether one is or is not.
That's so sweet, that you would offer a blankie.