A tongue-in-cheek comment a few posts back got some people really worked up over whether or not "homosexuality" is a choice.
This is one of the best examples of how we let liberals define the argument. Most people seem resigned to the "fact" that homosexuality is a trait that you are born with. While this has been clearly proven in such scientific journals like "Will & Grace" and "The NY Times editorial board" I'm not willing to concede this so readily.
First: There is no conclusive scientific proof that homosexuality is genetic in humans. Surveys don't really hold water because if I insist that I'm gay and I've been that way since birth how are you going to prove/disprove that?
Second: Many "gays" insist that it is in fact a lifestyle choice. These "gays" become instant pariahs in the eyes of the gay mafia.
Third: There is a gay agenda. Please stop telling me that there isn't. It's like saying that the Family Research Council doesn't have an agenda. Or I don't have an agenda. I find it humorous that Basic Rights will deny the existance of a "gay agenda" and then have a web page on what their agenda is.
In conclusion: You don't have to accept the line that has been fed to you that homosexuality is genetic or unchangeable. Let's take the debate back to this point so we can stop debating whether or not pre-teens need gay adults to come to the public schools and counsel them on gay sex.