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Gay Marriage Advocates Lose By Winning

gwlaw Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 1:23 PM
It is curious how conservatives try to diminish gay rights by claiming that being gay is a choice. Soon, conservatives will no longer say this once they figure out that they are revealing too much about their own sexual orientation. Specifically, "heterosexuals" who claim that sexual orientation is a choice apparently assert so from their own personal experience. Apparently, they themselves can choose to be sexually attracted to the same sex (they have a "choice" regarding their sexuality). Interesting, no? Perhaps they think that "heterosexual" means "can be sexually attracted to both men and women."
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Distorting Numbers on Gay Identity

gwlaw Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 1:19 PM
Those "heterosexuals" who claim that sexual orientation is a choice are a curious bunch. If they believe it is a choice, then apparently they themselves can choose to be sexually attracted to the same sex. Interesting, no? Food for thought. Perhaps they think that "heterosexual" means "can be sexually attracted to both men and women."
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Distorting Numbers on Gay Identity

gwlaw Wrote: Feb 20, 2013 1:16 PM
It is misleading in that it presents a number that is actually much smaller than the actual number of gays in the United States. For every out gay, there are many in the closet gays (If I had been asked in this survey several years ago, I would have lied and said I was straight - decreasing the gay sample by one AND improperly increasing the heterosexual sample by one). I would hope that Michael Medved would examine his motivations behind his posting. Why are you so concerned that you want enumeration of gays in the United States is as small as can be? I think I was once where you are and hope to give you one piece of advice. Relief from internal psychological turmoil is achieved through honesty.
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