not even once? for a milliesecond? And wait till you see me from the front before you decide if it's hot or not :P ;)
haha.. never have I been attracted to another guy.. Perhaps I've noticed if a dude was really ripped, and been like damn, I wish I looked like that... nothing sexual, though.
Okay, here is where I can prove that homosexuality is a decision... first of all - when my gay friend tells me that he chose to be gay. And second - when homosexuality is considered "abnormal" and "unnatural" because it causes the inability to reproduce in the human race. Homosexuality is a lifestyle, not based on genetics. Even science does not support the claim that homosexuality is genetic... and you can find evidence everywhere. Scientists have actually discovered that most of the reason why people are homosexual is due to environmental factors that can elicit some behavior. And if anyone has noticed, homosexuality/bisexuality has become more and more prominent... why? Because society has let it become an "okay" lifestyle.
Okay, here is where your theory is incorrect. Your gay friend does not represent the entire gay community.. Perhaps there are some people who choose to be gay, and others who do not. Homosexuality is by no means genetic.. but so? That doesn't have anything to do with homosexuality as a choice. Perhaps it is some kind of birth defect.. Many things can go wrong in the process of meiosis, and pregnancy. People have been born with webbed feet, and an extraordinary array of other adaptations.. why not be born gay? It is scientifically feasible... and since most gay people claim that it is not a choice, then I'd say it probably is not a choice. As I said earlier, my guess is some kind of problem that occurs at birth.. in which proteins are not synthesized correctly, or some other biological mishap. Also, environmental factors may play a part too.
And why in the world aren't gay couples or lesbian couples able to reproduce? Because it's unnatural. Don't you think if it was indeed natural or normal, they would have the ability to bear children?
Throughout human history, well actually not only humanity.. evolution and adaptations have created beings that would also be considered 'unnatural' and which would not be able to reproduce.