Alpha, since I've known ya, it's all "fcking faggots, my son better not be a faggot, I tell him faggots are fcked, even if his mom tells him to accept them. No accepting men who like the cock..." So, don't pretend that this is only about the rare few who publicly display their sexual preference, or that this is just a charade to antagonize those who support them.
My point is this:
Homosexuality isn't a choice. There exists zero evidence that this is a choice and there exists zero evidence that it's wrong. The bible isn't evidence, the argument from natural reproduction is moot given our population problem, the 'unnatural sex act' argument would lead us into a slippery slope about masturbation, oral sex, and anal sex with women - and I'm not about to take any of those away from our side just to make theirs look bad.
I have at least a dozen gay males as friends, and one as a family member. The struggle they felt was that they were told all their life that they should like women, so, they tried and tried and no matter who they were with, it wasn't their thing. They were attracted to men....and not all men. They are no more attracted to all men than we are to all women.
I don't know why this is so hard to understand, and I certainly don't know where the payoff is. I know a lot of y'all love this whole man card thing, but, as a man, I think it's an insult to our gender, making us look like we're still dragging our knuckles out of the cave in search of some animal to club. We're more evolved than all that bullsht.
I have a strong feminine side. This has made me a very marketable partner. I cut down trees, I build things with my hands, I excel at virtually every sport I ever start, but I can pick paint colors that compliment furniture, spend hours on interior design websites, objectively and openly say if a dude is hot or not - in a room full of gay dudes - and outlast my wife in a womens shoe store. As in touch as I am with my feminine side....nothing even remotely piques my interest in a dude.
Sheit, I can be hit on my a dude and react to it in the same way as if it were a woman I'm not interested in.
My payoff for this is that I enjoy a very rich life, and a life with very little hatred and animosity directed toward anyone. I don't have to bite my tongue when I see a flaming gay dude, flaming away, and I don't have to go vent to my friends afterward. I also have enriched experiences by having them as friends in my life. Gay men....are people, and, once you know them, are just men who like men. They are doctors, lawyers, firemen, businessmen...they like football, MMA, hockey...etc.
I think having this kind of reaction to people who have been born a certain way (black, mexican, red head, bald, short, tall, ugly, etc) is what continues to drag our society in the wrong direction.
Give your top 3 objections to homosexuality:
Then your top 3 lessons to your son on homosexuality:
Then explain what the payoff you enjoy from those 6 things
I'd be interested to hear 'em.