What I don't understand is straight people who claim to know better than gay people what makes them gay, and who furthermore can't choose to be gay themselves. That is truly the height of cluelessness.<quoted text>are some people born gay? I believe medically that yes some people are. Maybe some are confused and don't know what they are but then the point is: Even if you consider it a sin, how do you treat gay people?
As for how homophobic Christians treat gay people, they adopt the hypocritical and disingenuous "love the sinner, hate the sin" stance. When they can't even rationalize why being gay would be a sin in the first place.
Since the homophobic Christians are on the same wrong side of history as the Christians who defended slavery and opposed interracial marriage and women's suffrage, I leave it to the more enlightened Christians who see the writing on the wall to explain to those who cling to the past why it's fine to be gay from both a Biblical and secular perspective.