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About a month and a half ago I told my mom I was gay The reaction I received from a catholic Mexican most stubborn and ignorant woman fell none too short from what I expected Her world her view of her son was crumbled She held in her tears showing her inner strength As she calmed down she asked Why do you want to be like this I explained as best I could to a stubborn person that being gay was an innate quality of my psychological biological and genetic makeup I said It is not my choice Who in their right mind choose to be gay with all the prejudices fears and violent acts directed toward gays by society Therefore ones gayness is not a choice I am gay and so are a lot of others As the world sees it in some way or another that I have yet to understand our sexual lifestyles not only determine what we are but who we are as well My mom and society see gay men and women as people who have same sex relationships Society has decided that being gay is a sexual preference ones sexual orientation that he or she is a homosexual Yet society does not apply the same logic for straight men and women They do not consider themselves to have a sexual preference but they do consider themselves to be heterosexuals This type of logic is sure to promote a misunderstanding of the gay population I for one do not prefer male to female girls are not even an option to me so my preference of males is inevitable If it were a choice that would mean sometime ago gays made the choice If that were the case why do we not remember I remember when a reporter asked Dan Quayle whether he believed that a gay persons homosexual ity was a matter of his or her psychological makeup or whether
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