Here are two stories written by people with personal homosexual experience. One is a Christian and one is not (as far as I can tell). One speaks of accepting homosexuality in themselves and the other of rejecting it. The stories are just the two most recent that I have seen, not chosen for any other reason.
During my late teens I came to the conclusion that I am a lesbian. I realized that this discovery would not be acceptable to my family or church and so I concealed it. I tried to fit in by being in heterosexual relationships, appearing to be normal and acceptable to the community . . .
(HT: Gus (in the comments))
Twenty years after he came out, Patrick Muirhead, 41, explains why he is suddenly feeling the appeal of the opposite sex.
A minor incident in a barber’s shop last week has helped me to realise that I may no longer be gay. Not a fully fledged homo, anyway; . . .
(HT: Contact Online)