The point about “choice” is that each of us is responsible for our actions, and no one is forcing anyone to engage in homosexual sex. Homosexuality may be a temptation for some people, just as alcohol is a particular temptation for some, but each of us still has to answer for our choices to God. Now, one’s relationship to God as well as what one does iin the privacy of one’s home is one’s own business, and no one is trying to interfere with anyone there. But marriage is not a “right,” nor are high school clubs based on sexual preference. As long as homosexuals are not asking the larger society to metaphorically “bless” their choices, then I don’t have any personal problem with homosexuality. But homosexuals will never be satisfied until homosexuality is recognized as the norm and heterosexuals are stigmatized. The list of homosexual demands is ten times longer than it was 20 years ago, and it just gets longer and longer every year. It’s a slippery slope and ends up being a form of reverse discrimination. Homosexuality is essentially oppositional, an adolescent form of rebellion against the larger society; it has no logical stopping point.