Homosexuality - A Choice?

United States
January 19, 2007 10:22am CST
Do you believe that homosexuality is something that one chooses to "partake in", something predetermined at birth, or some sort of combination? A classic debate...
7 responses
@Eboue54 (58)
• United States
20 Jan 07
If homosexuality is a choice, then heterosexuality must is a choice as well. How and when did you choose to be a heterosexual?
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• United States
29 Jan 07
I'm not one, but I figured it would be a good topic ;)
@artguy (1476)
• United States
20 Jan 07
I think homosexuals are born that way. Think about it did any of us choose our sexuality. With all the differences between man and women wouldn't you choose to be with someone that would understand exactly where you're coming from. and wouldn't another man be able to do that. But you we don't choose our sexuality.
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@lauriefnp (5112)
• United States
19 Jan 07
I don't think it matters. Who really cares, anyways? It's like arguing about which came first, the chicken or the egg... I personally believe that people who are gay are just that way. Period. No choice. Just as I don't have a choice in being heterosexual; it's just the way that I am. Just let people be people, and worry about what really matters in life is what I say.
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@charlesming (1866)
• Singapore
31 Jan 07
I very much feel that it has everything to do except choice. I do not feel it is a choice. But science cannot prove anything beyond a shadow of a doubt. From lifestyles to genetics. It is an orientation, an inclination. Something beyond control. That is how I feel.
@UmmZahid (324)
• United States
30 Jan 07
it is not possible for one to be born with a homosexual trait, no where at all this is something that occurs later on in life with in the person him or her self!!
@fabwisp (1328)
29 Jan 07
I think true homosexuality is determined at conception. But there are always people who choose to partake in encounters outside their normal sexuality choices.
@Brentsky (164)
• United States
19 Jan 07
Personally I do not think it matters. It is like trying to find out if you are born right handed, decide to become right handed, or whatever. To me it doesn't matter at all.