Stephanie Fairyinton gay activist believes that being gay is not a biological defect but, it is the way that one is born. For many years the act of being gay has been argued whether or not it is a psychological effect or a way of life. Many believe that this is a problem and it can be solved. Some say it is an act of sinning. I believe that being homosexual is a way life and no matter the argument against homosexuality, there’s no going back from their belief in life.
She says in her argument that “Until homosexuality is cast and understood as a valid choice, rather than a biological affliction, we will never rise above our current status. We will remain Mother Nature’s mistake…” In this statement she refers to how the world see’s gays. Many believe that this is Mother Nature’s fault and some as a human decision. Homosexuals should not be treated as if they do not exist or belong. Although this behavior seems to be a choice, it is also looked at as being “Born this way”. In her argument she shows how being gay shouldn’t affect one’s human rights as if it were a religious belief or emotional attachment.…show more content… Reparative therapy, is a range of dangerous and discredited practices that falsely claim to change a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity or expression (Human Rights Campaign). These practices have been banned by many mental health doctors and practitioners. This particular therapy is mainly used on the youth of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender