Oh, yes, I believe some people WERE born gay. They are attracted to and want to have sex with people of their own sex and not the opposite sex: for them, homosexuality is natural and heterosexuality is unnatural.
Anthropologists and sociologists have studied this phenomena and found that in human populations, about 10% of the men and about 3% of the women are homosexual. Though it fluctuates a little depending on social conditioning, war and famine, the percentages seem to be pretty consistent as far as they can tell going back to Ancient Greece and Rome, throughout recorded history.
Homosexuality does occur in animal populations on occasion. There is a great variety in nature of sexual and reproductive adaptations, including unisexual generation, trans-gender generation, and hermaphroditic generation, as well as heterosexual generation. The adaptation bests suits the environment and the level of complexity of the creature.
We are all as we were Created, and the Creator loves us all, I'm sure.
I know some very well-meaning Christian people are horrified by homosexuality and to them it seems very perverted and wrong. But I have read the Bible all the way through and it really doesn't specify what the "unnatural acts" of the people of Sodom and Gommorrah WERE. It isn't all that specific in the Old Testament about what the "abominations" consisted of. I think it might have been a reversion to paganism, I just got that feeling from reading it, rather than blatant homosexuality.
The New Testament really doesn't mention too much about the topic of sex at all, other than the woman being stoned (again, her crime was unspecified, though there is a little suggestion it may have been sexual), and Christ saying, "Let the man who has not sinned cast the first stone."