Not at all. Being gay is not a choice anyone has made. People are just people. Please, if you are feeling confused upset or sad about reactions of others talk to a therapist, connect to your community, talk to a listener here you feel connected to. I am here for you friend, feel free to reach out and find support where you can, know that you have it here.
No it is not wrong to be gay. It is perfectly normal, just like it is to have any other sexual orientation. If you are gay then that is totally fine, it is you and nobody should say that being who you are is wrong.
No, what's wrong is to judge and butt into other people's sexuality. Being gay does not define you, and it never will. Don't worry so much about what other people will think of you, go kiss that person you been into. Go be proud of who you love and send off rainbows and happiness! Acceptance and understanding is key.
It's not wrong to be gay. Just like there isn't anything wrong with being straight. You are who you are and you like what you like. Sometimes we as people can't help who/what we fall for. We are all only human at the end of the day. Don't be hard on yourself just because you are different/ Being different is what makes you unique.
Of course not! Being homosexual is never wrong, you just have a different interest than the majority. It's never wrong to have any belief or way of living! As long as you don't do anything harmful to others, no one should discriminate against you.
Of course it is not wrong to be gay. Many people think it is or that being queer is a "weird" thing. They think it's not normal. But the reason most people think this way is because some people (mostly older people) were raised to believe it is weird and abnormal. Sadly, that's just the way people thought back then but like most things in life, times change and we as people need to adapt. While I definitely cannot say that the LGBTQ+ community is completely 100% supported, I do feel that the support has improved in general. Plus people generally don't have any choice over their sexual attraction, the same way you can't force a straight person to have feelings towards their gender. It's something you are born with and it is in most cases genetic. So, to reiterate, no, there is nothing wrong with being gay. Just be you and then everything else will come naturally. And if people don't accept you, just remember this quote: "Those who mind don't matter, and those who matter, don't mind."
Simple answer: No
Complicated answer: To some perspectives, it might be. However, it's proven to be a natural part of you. It's not something you can change, and people may say some cruel things, but my love: You are never alone. Toxic people will always be around, but the best you can do it to cut them out of your life. Even if it's hard, it's okay. There will always be people who love you, and care for you. Because you are amazing
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August 10th, 2016 7:46pm
Of course not! Don't ever think that something is wrong with you just because you are gay, No not everybody is going to be on board and happy with some of the choices you make in life however, It is your life and you are what you make of it. Love is Love and that's just how it is. We can't control who we love or who we fall in love with. Be happy with yourself and understand that no matter what anybody says or tells you about how wrong it is or any rude opinion they may have that it doesn't change anything. You are who you are, You have to love yourself for others to accept you. Don't ever be ashamed of who you love because none of us can control who we truly love.
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November 8th, 2016 3:39pm
No of course not! Everyone can love who they love and be who they want to be, being gay isnt wrong, being gay is being something else that straight tho.
Of course not! Homosexuality has been scientifically proved to be a normal and innate identity. It doesn't make you better or worse than anyone else, you're still you, you just love people of the same gender. But how can something be wrong, if it doesn't hurt anyone and it allows you to experience the beauty of love, even if in a different way than others?