I'm a homosexual. I'm interested in reading the various opionions of this board on homosexuality. Some say homosexuals are born, not made, and this attitude generally engenders tolerance. Others say it's a choice. For me, and I personally believe for everybody, it's a choice. I choose to like men. I have consciously rebelled against nature's ordination of what I SHOULD be. I'm just not comfortable being what I SHOULD be. Maybe it is something psychological, something in me reacting to specific experiences, but I haven't pinpointed any. When I express this to other gay men they tell me that I'm in denial, that I'm trying to play both sides of the fence. But I'm not! I know I'm gay - but I also happen to know, to be able to admit, it's not natural. At the same time I know I'm not some sort of aberration of nature, I just think differently. And I'm honest about it. Other gay men say they were born this way, and it always turns into a friendly argument. What do you think - Choice or Nature? PS. Before you call me a "bitch" or anything else, check yourself. Better believe that one of my freewheeling blowjobs would turn you into a sugar daddy.