I like this piece about choice and what it really means… check it out, peeps!
I have just about had it with all the illogical nonsense about how being gay or lesbian is not a choice. Before we begin, let’s define choice, shall we?
Choice [chois]: 1) n. The act of choosing; selection. 2) n. The power, right, or liberty to choose; option.
And what kind of things do we choose in our lives? What we think. What we say. What we do. These are things we choose. Where we work. Where we live. Where we play. Where we shop. Who we associate with. Who we sleep with. These are choices. Even if genetics predispose a person to make certain choices in their life, to belittle the importance of free-will is nothing short of an attack on individuality. How is it not a choice on whom I invite into my bedroom? How is it not a choice on whom I ask to marry me? How…
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