I know a lot of us have been threw the whole ,"I wish I wasn't gay" route, but I'm curious as too if there was an actual cure to our so called "sickness" how many people would actually go threw with it.
My thoughts on it is like this. A one point in time I would have said yes to answer this, but as I understood more and connected with the real me I wouldn't change for anything in the world because simply put, I love who I am.
Posted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 6:28 pm
Well, if their were a liquid or pill that made us straight, I think it's be a bit 50/50. Has anyone seen x-men 3? Something like that.... without the mutant powers and fighting.
I wouldn't, I'm fine with who I am. Maybe when I was un-sure about me, but now? Never.
Posted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 7:40 pm
I think a lot of people would go for the cure.
Like someone else said, it's a 50/50 thing. There are people out there who live under circumstances that are not conducive to being an outed individual. Family and religious pressures would undoubtedly cause many to flock for the cure and everyone would have their reasons.
Personally, I see nothing wrong with my life; I see nothing to cure.
I think it's less now to the fact of you sexuality as it come down to who you are. Whether we know it or not, our sexuality is apart of us. Our personality in some way is warped by our sexuality. If people saw me and talked to me like normal, they'd think I was an average straight guy. But if they truly got to know me, they'd know me as a kinky gay guy with some crazy fetished lol. But I wouldn't change who I am. I love myself and who I became way too much to become what society wants me to be. I am who I am.
Posted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 8:39 pm
I would. It would just make things much easier.
A Million Skys
Posted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 8:41 pm
So it's kinda half and half, but I think that once you get "the hang of it" and you finally realize that there is not anything wrong with you and hand not been anything wrong, is the point where you really accept who you are as an individual. I did think at one point in my life that I was "sick" or something of the sort, but as I gained more knowledge about my self I started thinking other wise. Looking up what other people went through, how they managed to get through It all, and come out great members of society. This would be an easy thing to answer, after you have really figured your self out lol.
Posted: Thu Dec 27, 2012 10:03 pm
The only cure I need for my transgenderism is becoming a woman.