With homosexuallity being advertized and marketed as much as it has been continuing to be, it makes it easier for our children to choose trying out homosexuallity. It takes the inconvenience of having to learn to deal with the opposite sex out of the equation of choosing how to have sexual relations. Is that really how we should be choosing our mates?
As far as my choosing sexual orientation, as a youth I was just as confused about sexuallity as all young men are. Whether we want to remember having confusing thoughts of sexuallity or not, we all go through the process. I, as most men my age, was fortunate enough to have the guidance from others to stay away from homosexuallity because of the social, theological and physical pitfalls that come with making homosexuallity a life choice.
Through hard work and dedication, I, like most men, learned that sexual relations with the opposite sex is not only natural but very rewarding in ways that homosexual sex can never be.
So yes, homosexuallity is a choice. Granted, some men are raised in an environment that may teach them to lean toward homosexuallity. A boy raised by a dominate mother who has complete disdain for other women and constantly teaches that boy that women are disgusting creatures who will hurt them emotionally and use them financially just may figure that when puberty hits, it's a lot better to have sex with another guy then to try to deal with one of those awful women.
Once again, if homosexuallity is due to some sort of mutated gene, which there is absolutely no medical or scientific evidence of that has any merit with any mainstream acadamia, then that is a condition that we can cure just like any other genetic disorder.
However, I will conclude that since much of the homosexuallity argument is based on theology, I have no right to condemn someone for being a homosexual and I will protect the rights and welfare of someone who is homosexual as much as I will protect my own. To marry is not a right for homosexuals.