Mom, I'm gay.
I want to open up this controversial topic for discussion but let's all keep in mind that everyone has a right to their opinion and feelings even if you disagree with their stance.
Let's say your son(s) or daughter(s) came to you and said "Mom, I am gay/bisexual." What would your feelings be on the matter?
I have personal experience in this matter with Mini (bisexual), and honestly it's not an issue to me. Realistically though, I was worried for her that she might run into bullying or harassment. She's a pretty tough chick, however she is still young and has to navigate dealing with peers.
How do you think you would feel if your child came out to you?
Do you think being gay/bisexual is a choice?
Again, remember to respect opinions and maintain the site guidelines.
That's just what I think...
In my adult years I work with someone who has struggled with their sexuality and tried many times to be straight but it just doesn't work for them. She's a lovely person and I know it's not a choice but just the way she is.
That said, it can be confusing to society to see a person experiment and decide that being gay is not for them. That doesn't make them a faker, or that they used a certain amount of free will to not live that "lifestyle". There is a great sociological study that was done about the sexuality continuum called the Kinsey scale.
Here's a link, it's very interesting.