Okay, after church today my family went to Applebee's to eat. Well we had a homosexual waiter which then erupted into our conversation. My dad is a homophobe, me I don't really care. My dad doesn't exactly hate gay people, he just doesn't agree with their way of life if you will. He is still nice to them and things like that. But he said "they think they were born that way and that is just not how it is, they made that decision," these were his exact words. He is from the South, born in the church, and is really conservative. I can understand why he is like he is. He thinks gay people made a life choice to be like that, and I can see both sides of the argument. Can anyone help me out here. I am just trying to figure out how you came to be a homosexual. Did you just wake up one morning and say "hey, I want to be gay" or what? Like what happened to make you choose the life you chose, or, do you think you have always been gay? How did you know you were always gay? I remember reading something along these lines in another thread but could not find it again so I decided to make a new thread.