Now here's an interesting question.
We all know that the claim is that people who are "homosexual" and suffer from gender dysphoria are born that way. I mean, the very word "homosexual" these days does not mean "same-sex sexual relations", but an actual nature, an inborn condition. It's not a choice; it's a state of being. Further, this idea is the primary basis for the whole "marriage equality" campaign wrought by the LGBT and their minions. "If we're born this way, you must give us our rights!" So the idea is if people are "born this way", whatever way that is, then we can draw a few conclusions. One is if it's not their choice; it's their nature. Another is that, as it's their nature, "God made me this way." And from that, "If God made me this way, it must be good." From all this, then, it isn't merely wrong to disagree and tolerate. We must embrace all this same-sex and trans-sex stuff as good, from God, part of their natures. "And God said it was good."
All that to get to my question. If "born this way" means "everyone must embrace those who are born a particular way", what about the rest of us? What about the kid that seems to be born mean? His brothers and sisters aren't doing it. His parents aren't doing it. He just appears to be born with this inate enjoyment of torturing small animals. And that grows. Shouldn't we embrace that? No, of course not. So what about the typical male? If we're born this way, why does our society spend so much time decrying our testosterone and our rough play and our maleness? I've seen boys, lacking toy guns because their parents were opposed to violence, pick up sticks to mimic guns to play with. They were being taught to be more feminine, more girlish, more "user friendly". They acted like little boys ... apparently from their nature. Why does our society not have to embrace that? Why is it that we need to embrace the aberrations, the outliers, the oddities, but we are hard at work at changing the normal? We never urge girls to "get in touch with your masculine side". Why do we urge boys to do the opposite? Why is it that men, "born this way", are the "enemy"?
Is this not a serious inconsistency in our society with its "born this way" line of thinking?