I'd say that being gay isn't a choice, but people obviously have a choice over who they date. Attraction isn't a conscious choice if you're straight and it's the same for any other sexuality. (I have lots of complex ideas about sexuality I'm too ill to properly coordinate without looking stupid but that's the essence of it)
I believe that it is a consequence of rejecting God. When someone rejecte God and chooses not to follow him, they fall into a life of sin.
wether they choose or not does it mattter. everyone has a right to love who they want. its no big deal. so what if they choose. should they be banned from choosing.
If it's a choice then why does it crop up over and over again in the most repressive societies throughout history.Why don't you ask the gay man in Nazi Germany in the concentration camp whether it's a choice? This whole it's a choice thing comes from so called Christian morality.Frankly preventing generations of people from expressing love and making them live miserable lives is the very opposite of moral.That is what is truly shameful here.
Yes, they do. I chose to become gay on 5th November 2007. I celebrated by sticking firework up my ass. It felt nice.
I'm not entirely sure why anyone would choose to be gay when you're more likely to be suffer ill-treatment than someone who is straight. Certainly, for example, why would anyone from a religious family actually choose to want to be gay as it could well cause some fairly major issues.
I personally think genetics must play the biggest role but environmental factors could play a part too.
Maybe they're born gay, maybe they're not.
Hypothetically, if the latter were proven true, you'd see a lot of parents trying to discipline their children. The sad truth is, even if homosexuals aren't born that way, they're how they are because of extraneous variables and experiences they probably had as children, so it's not as simple as saying it's a choice. Psychological conditioning can do a lot to a person.