“I’m in my final year of medical school. I love medicine because helping people gives me a lot of energy and science has always interested me. I have a tough time hearing people who say being gay is unnatural. Who says it’s unnatural? Why is it unnatural to love someone, even if it’s someone of the same gender? There are studies that examine brain scans and suggest there are biological components to sexuality. There are even family and twin studies that show evidence for a genetic role of sexual orientation. But does that really matter? How does it harm anyone if I love who I love?”

“Everything changed when I turned 37.”

“I think people would have different attitudes toward gay people if they learned about it from a young age in school.”

“I’m still accepted more than others in my community.”