I picked maybe. The reason is because I have gay friends who have never felt sexually attracted to the opposite sex (which leads me to believe it is not always a choice). But I also know people who have considered themselves gay/lesbian at one point but 'switched back' later on. Even then, I wouldn't say it is 100% 'choice'. For example, one friend of mine was a lesbian from elementary school through most of high school. As a child she was molested by a male adult. This led her to distrust all men and become attracted only to females. When it comes to homosexuality, I don't think it's as black-and-white as either side makes it out to be. I believe some are born gay, and I believe some 'choose' to be gay based upon environment and past experiences.
"Men did not make the earth ... it is the value of the improvement only, and not the earth itself, that is individual property... Every proprietor owes to the community a ground rent for the land which he holds." -- Thomas Paine, Agrarian Justice
Of course its a choice, like any other human behavior
to believe otherwise shrinks a basic grasp of reality?
I can't be held responsible for my actions
I was born this way
society is to blame
I had a bad home life
Now I will say that I've known a very few homosexuals over the decades that were definitely 'born that way'
but at the end of the day any non-deranged human being is in control of and responsible for their actions.
the poll question was: " Is Homosexuality A Choice"
hmm no wait a minute, if you are hetero and choose to be celibate does that mean what?