i ain’t say it.
I am living proof that gays are not born. As a child I had a healthy interest in boys. I had no interest in girls, which resulted in some awkward situations for me when I rejected them. I had no clue what homosexuality was. So, in my mind, their sexual advances were linked with aggression, which further alienated me and them.
Shortly after I moved to Miami when I was 12, I was relentlessly pursued and harassed for sex by female teachers at the schools I attended. One female substitute teacher slow chased me in her car, from the middle school, through the streets, all the way home. To say I was frightened out of my skull is an understatement.
I thought I was a track star, because I got so good at running from pedophiles who were entrusted with the responsibility to educate students.
I finally stopped running at age 15, when I became involved in an emotionally dysfunctional, 2-year relationship with the 31-year-old female assistant principal of my high school in Miami. It was my first lesbian relationship.
I told you my personal story because it’s important for you parents to understand what’s occurring in your child’s schools. Workshops like the Red Hook presentation are designed to break down the defenses in children who are still in their formative years.
My story proves that a heterosexual child’s psychosexual development can be altered by her environment.
TMZ: “Do you believe homosexuality is a choice?”
Dodson: “I feel like homosexuality is put on people at early ages the things we see and hear and what’s exposed to us.”
TMZ: “How do you feel about sex with women?”
Dodson: “Sex with women is not new to me. It was fun. I did get enjoyment out of it. I was hurt by a woman as a teen.”
TMZ: “Do you think homosexuality can be ‘cured?'”
Dodson: “I believe when you get to a certain age, you feel different about things and things change, you begin to want more.”
was it with a transexual?
ugh inside voice.
well i know being gay wasn’t something i concocted.
i wasn’t molested either.
my parents did not like the gay lifestyle.
i’m sure if they were alive,
i would have to have twenty passwords on my laptop.
i have messed with vixens,
but i always had a “feeling” about wolves.
especially in gym class.
thats when it started my love for athletes.
being gay is not the “easiest” lifestyle.
all the torment and loneliness.
it also isn’t guaranteed success either.
why would anyone just up and “choose” to be gay?
just randomly they woke up and said:
“ya know what?
it’s 80 degrees.
sun is shining and i just got paid.
i feel like being gay today!”
there are so many wolves,
and hybrids killing themselves over not accepting being gay.
so many people who are fighting their demons by being homophobic.
maybe i’m wrong,
but i do believe people are born gay.
lowkey: can someone explain how someone getting turned out makes them gay?
i always wondered that.