Choice made by the individual is the essence of being a gay. Choice provides the ability of the individual to describe a natural longing essential to describing their abstract character. This represents a person existing in thought or as an idea based on conceptual notions.
Purveyors propagandize the abstract conceptual character theatrically to depict their lack of self-control under natural conveyance.
This permits the infusion of confusion into society as an essence bracket.
For one, saying "a gay" is actually homophobic in nature because you're treating gay people with the same grammatical address as you would an inanimate object.
To answer your question, the only difference between gay and straight people is the gender preference.
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