I respect people's choices, but there's always been something wrong with homosexuality. People get offended and feel like I'm attacking them when I say that, but I'm not there to attack them, I'm merely explaining why I don't do it nor do I want them to force it onto others.
If people really feel like it's what they are, then let them be - but don't force that idea on others. Don't try to teach children that it's an option for them. If they really are curious, they'll find it themselves.
I'd be fine if my future-children became gay or lesbian (maybe not bisexual... it feels like bisexuals are just doing it "just because"), but they have to make sure it's what they want.
I don't understand why people defend sexuality so much. It's just SEX. That's all it is. Notice "sex" is in sexuality. It's for choosing a mate. Someone you wish to enact procreating actions with.
You can say there's love in it, you can say it's all about love, but if it really is, you don't need a legal system defending it. Emotions should never be a part of laws, emotions seem to always confuse and corrupt laws.
If you love another man/woman, that's fine. But don't let it be the reason you love them.
Hell, I don't love Abu because she's a woman. I love her because her personality is what it is. ...and anything to do with sexuality between us: IS NONE OF ANYONE'S BUSINESS.
In that same manner, WHY THE HELL would you go out there and be proud of 69ing the same parts you have on your body? WHY THE HELL are you so f***ing proud that you made out with another of your sexuality?
Is it for the sake of trophiness? Is it for the sake of individualism?
If it's for your right to do so, then do so without bothering others about it.
I'm sorry if you were criticized by others and treated like an outcast, I'm NOT sorry if they did such because you were feeling each other up in a public area!
It's about sex. It really f***ing is.
If it's about love, you don't need to defend it. You need to defend each other.
:3 But yeah, in technicalities, homosexuality is wrong in the religious-sense and natural-sense.
Laws were put there for a reason. If you honestly believe you don't agree with those laws, then break them on your own regard: Don't drag other people with you to do it.