[This person is asking me about my uncle and what the factors were of his becoming gay.]
“He was the youngest of his three siblings, and his dad (my grandpa) left the family in my uncle’s formative years to go off and be an alcoholic. My uncle’s mom (my grandma) coddled him and was over-protective and over-indulged him and spoiled him.”
No, gayness is an attraction to the same sex. It just so happens that that’s not enough for gays, and they insist on pretending they are someone they are not, namely, the opposite sex. The gay men who pretend they are women should not only be insulting to women, but it’s annoying as all hell. The normal gays—well, to the extent that unnatural attraction is normal—are the ones I have no problem with. The non-“fags,” if you will. The non-“marys.” For example: Neil Patrick Harris is gay, but I have no problem with him since he acts like a man and doesn’t delude himself into thinking he’s a woman. Perez Hilton and Chris Colfer (“Glee”) are fags and delusional and therefore annoying.
Yes, I said “fags.” Gay people say it, so I can say it.
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