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#248 - strictlycommenting (08/06/2013) [-]
Homosexuals who claim that "it's not their choice" are setting themselves up for rejection. If they say that it wasn't their choice/fault, others will believe they are just excusing themselves and will lose whatever respect they have for them.
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The only way to effectively come out of the closet and stand your ground is to be firm about it, and claim that it IS your choice, that others don't have a say about the way you live your life. After all, if you don't have the courage to stand up for yourself, others will stomp on you.
User avatar #257 to #248 - BerwindTwentyFour (08/06/2013) [-]
Well, it isn't their choice to be attracted to the same sex and not the opposite.
However, it is their choice to live an open homosexual life or to live a straight one.
Whether or not they have the ability to choose depends on what is meant in the situation.
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User avatar #256 to #251 - strictlycommenting (08/06/2013) [-]
Treating a person like it's not their choice is like claiming they have a disease, it's completely dismissing their perspective or opinions. If things affect what you choose, it's still your choice at the end. Homosexuality is not a disease nor a mutation, and shouldn't be treated as such.
You're right, you don't choose one day that you like dicks in your ass. You progressively change, aware of what you're doing.
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User avatar #265 to #262 - strictlycommenting (08/06/2013) [-]
You say it like it's wrong to be gay. As if nobody would choose that path if they could. That's what I mean about dismissing other people's opinions.
There will always be discrimination agaisn't new ideals, like how the Pope hanged Galileo for saying Earth wasn't flat.
Like I said, it's not a disease, it's not a mutation, it's not a wound. The person isn't crazy or genetically wrong. It's just a person.
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User avatar #271 to #267 - strictlycommenting (08/06/2013) [-]
I don't know, ask them :l
I'm saying that for discrimination to stop, first they have to be accepted as people, that they are perfectly fine in their heads and can do as they please with their life. The first step is always acceptance.
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