I’ve known several “homosexuals” as well as some variants.
The two young lesbians that I new were very troubled, chasing straight girls, going through depression, one had been molested the other wanted to have sex reassignment surgery but was actively pretending to be a guy.
The men I’ve known fall into two categories. One was molested by his uncle who was also a town arsonist and also gay. The other had a learning disability and could not read or write. I know that isn’t the general case but it was pretty clear that his situation was incidental.
A girl friend of mine had a sister who was bisexual. I had no idea nor cared. I didn’t know the other lady she was living with was sleeping with her. It was a case of incidental lesbianism though, the parents had left the older sister with the kids while she was still in high school and she needed someone to help her.
The one thing that I’ve seen is that homosexuality is not a clear cut thing as gay activists wish it to be and even if it were it would not make it correct. What is unfortunate is that there are many cases of molestation and abuse where it plays a key factor in the development of homosexual desires. These people will never receive the care they need if the activists have their way.
And I can almost guarantee that even in the anecdotes you provided, there are probably more incidents of abuse than what you know about. You are correct, the DESIRE is not clear cut, but EVERYONE has a choice about BEHAVIOR. Life is not about sex, no matter how much deviants try to make it out to be.
I agree 100%.
I told the story of only one woman, only as an example that rape isn't going to make a woman like men, but it might make them dislike men.
But, I've known and worked with many other people who identified as homosexual. As a teen, a close friend's mother was a lesbian. She'd been married to a very handsome man who turned out to be a monster. Everyone believed that's what changed her.
In other cases I know about, including some distant relatives, where a person seemed to exhibit early signs as a child, something had happened early on - such as an absent father. I'll always believe a confusing upbringing or an experience or abuse (or even a conscious choice) is what leads people to become confused and/or attracted to the same sex. No other theory makes sense so far.
What people did with their own personal lives never concerned me much... until activists started pushing an agenda on school students and started making ridiculous demands, such as changing the definition of marriage.