Many people don't know the true meaning of a friend. There are those people who act like their your best friend, but once they find out something they don't like about you they run off and pretend they never knew you... Well a TRUE friend would stick around and let it blow back past them..
Friends are the most important thing in our lives, they will always be there for us even in the toughest of times. We can love and care for each other and just accept each other for who we are and who we have chosen to be.
Being gay is not something we chose, we can not control who we are sexually attracted to just the same as any straight guy. The way guys find girls "hot" we find other guys, and view them as "hot." Many of us try our best to find a girl to be attracted to but just don't find what we are looking for in the opposite sex. It ends up being in the same sex.
Most people don't understand what homosexuals go through when "coming out". It is not something we desire to do, until we are 100% ready. No matter how gays and the people around them act upon the situation, they all react the same in a way. It is a extremely emotional state in their lives when a homosexual has to confront family, friends, or loved ones about this topic. It can cause people to change in many ways, and although they know deep down they are what they are and they can't do anything about it. We all seem to go through the confusion phase. For example, I have always known who and what I was, but was it that easy for me to except it?
- I have always been attracted to "males" since as far back as I can remember. A few years back I was acting in a musical in downtown phoenix and I met this guy. He was extremely sweet and of course he was gay. I started talking to him and he was the first one to actually know the truth about me. After a while, we started dating and a few weeks in I decided to panic because a few others in the cast had heard about it. From there on I decided that I had to be straight. Not because I wanted to be, but because I HAD to be. Although, no one in my cast would have cared, it was more about my family finding out. I worked at being straight for a few months, and decided to tell some friends that I was bisexual. This in my eyes, was more acceptable but all that really matters is how you feel on the inside and not what other people think.
A definition is only a formal statement to briefly describe something, it is how you interoperate the definition to get the real meaning. Everyone knows that homosexuals are "gays" but what comes to your mind when you hear the word "gay"?
Basically the TRUE meaning of this is being attracted to the same sex.
Is it wrong to be "gay"?
Being gay simply means you feel comfortable loving the same sex. Life isn't about sticking to religious or family morals it is about loving and caring for your family, friends and loved ones. Who is to say who you can and can't love? In nearly every case homosexuals are born the way they are and can NOT change who they are. A basic understanding analogy is straight men love straight women, and are not attracted to men in any way. The same goes for homosexuals, they are attracted to their same sex and nothing else. It is no ones fault and there is no one to blame, because being gay is not a fault.