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12-28-2010 @ 8:22AM
and I guess Nagaina wants an answer. So here it is. I didn't "choose" to become heterosexual. I grew up with both parents in the home. My mom taught me to be a tender loving person to all people and my dad taught me how to be a man. I saw how they loved each other by him kissing her on the cheek and rubbing his face stubble on her face and how she laughed and told him to quit but the smiles they shared; I wanted that with a woman of my own some day and I do that to my wife and get the same effect.He also taught me how a man acts towards others. With empathy, kindness, and to listen to their viewpoints even if they don't agree with me and to try and understand other views, but to not call them names if they disagree like idiot, bigot, or incoherent. I'm sure your answer was supposed to be some sort of a trap so spring it Nagaina! I will still try to understand your viewpoint even if you lace it with the mildest and nicest name calling you can muster. :)
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