"Nature v. Nurture" arguments kinda take a backseat in our faith, which calls us to be more than we are, right? After all, we were born in iniquity, but we would prefer not to die in it. Why this all goes out the window when it comes to certain lifestyles is beyond me.
I know I've written something like this before on this forum concerning this topic, but this whole idea that something is "natural" or "inborn" and therefore of no consequence for the person is ridiculous to me. Not only are we called to be more than we are, but "being yourself" is kind of a nonsense idea...yourself as opposed to what? Anything you do, good bad or otherwise, you're doing it. So I don't know why it's a matter of being content with "being yourself" and having everybody go along with such a low goal (or be told that they're hateful bigots, and often being treated as pariahs), rather than being elevated above your own (supposedly) "natural" limitations, which after all is the whole point of Orthodox Christianity (i.e., Theosis).