With all due respect, FashionSense, that
People certainly do not choose their desires.
A baby does not choose to desire food, or warmth,
or the touch of her mother.
And no human being "chooses" sexual desire.
It comes whether one desires it or not.
We do most certainly endeavor to choose how we respond
to our desires, but to say we choose them is ridiculous.
I cannot choose to be hungry or not to be hungry.
If I ignore my hunger, I will starve to death.
It is patently obvious that desire varies from person to person,
with men often having a much stronger sexual desire than some women.
There is no equality in the world when it comes to desire.
God has never given any one an equal footing when it comes to desire.
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