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Why "cure" when there is nothing wrong?

I am lucky. My parents have always been there for us, have taught us to be ourselves and not follow the crowd. The crowd is usually wrong.

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Great, Greg.


I agree. When I was first "coming out," I probably would have accepted a cure just to be like everything else, especially after seeing how the media picked the more outlandish of the gay community to focus their reports (Dykes on Bikes, men in crotchless leather chaps, drag queens). I was scared. I didn't want to admit to belonging with that crowd. but now, I'm happy with who I am. My family makes no qualms about it, either, and refuses to make a big deal about it. So my answer is a definitive "No."

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