Letter: We all remember choosing our orientation

Editor: Re: Being LGBTQ is a choice, say Langley parents. Ah, yes. I remember well being in middle school and debating with my friends which lifestyle I was going to choose. In the locker room after gym, there was spirited debate about the merits of “going hetero” as opposed to “going homo.”

After school, I remember talking to my dad and my uncles about how they went about deciding which “lifestyle” they chose, and why they picked heterosexuality.

Doesn’t everybody else remember this? Surely you must. After all, if homosexuality is “a lifestyle choice,” then logically, so is heterosexuality. Right?

Karl Moser,

New Westminster

(Langley resident from 1992-2015)

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