I want to start this off by saying that I know people will disagree with what I have to say. I am in no way trying to be offensive, though I don’t really care if I offend anyone ever. Ok, now on with the show!
People get mad when someone says “Oh when he decided he was gay” but I don’t know if I see anything wrong with that. Well, saying that they “Decided” anyway. Here is how I think of it. I don’t really think you are born straight or gay. I think at some point in your life, you decide if you are attracted to male or female. I think everyone goes through that phase where they are dating the opposite sex and then are just like “hey, you know, this isn’t working, because I am much more attracted to the same sex” It’s not a decision as to being like ” Well, I think I’m going to be gay” No, not like that. I think it’s more of a realization as to what someone really wants and finds attractive. I myself find women attractive. Most my gay friends have told me that it wasn’t something they ever really knew either. They just figured it out one day and decided, you know, I really like this guy over here and don’t really find woman attractive in a sexual way. Again, I know people are going to want to flame me for this. But hey, I can have an opinion. And a side note, I have a shit load of gay friends and they will kick your ass!
Ok, next topic. I see all these people that say “If my child is gay, I will fully support them” I don’t say that is a lie, but I think they are lying to themselves if they don’t think they will be a little disappointed. I know I would probably feel a little disappointed if I had a son or daughter that said they were gay. I wouldn’t hate them, and I would support them, but I think initially I would feel a little sad. I would be sad that maybe my child will be treated differently, and that it’s going to be a different kind of family. But I would still love and support their lifestyle. I would also love their partner/lover as if they were my child and support them. Well, unless they got with some jackass and was using my kid, then I would kick their ass.
And with all that said, I would also teach my children if they are gay, not to be offended by words. Words are words, if you are offended by them, then you are a sad person. I have always said that the act of being offended is a wasted emotion, and I will raise my children to believe that.