Your ACTIONS are brought on by your ATTRACTION in 99.9% of sexual encounters.
This may or may not be true, but even assuming it is...
Just because a vast majority of people use the same reason for making the choice doesn't make it any less of a choice in the first place.
You're splitting hairs for the sake of being argumentative.
No, I'm not. I'm merely pointing out that the presence of a choice isn't somehow deleted because a large number of people use the same criteria for making the choice.
And that's a good point, was I neither straight nor gay until I had sex?
No one but you could make a determination until you had romantic and/or sexual encounters with someone else, and the only way you might have known is if you had intentions of having those relationships which were not yet realized. Even then there is nothing to substantiate it.
It's kind of like if you think someone might be a criminal but you don't know until they take a criminal action. They're not somehow arrested because they were thinking about it.
I don't know bis, you seem to think that anyone could just choose to be gay or straight. That probably makes you bi even if you don't want to admit it.
First, yes, anyone could choose to be gay or straight. You choose your romantic and/or sexual partners. No matter who you are attracted to, you could always choose to ignore that and be involved with someone other than your preference, so it is a choice.
Second, you keep insisting that I must be bisexual when I've not only told you otherwise but there is no reason at all for you making this suggestion.
If you want to say I'm bisexual because I think people can choose, then you're also saying that everyone else in the world is bisexual as well - since I'm saying EVERYONE can choose, not just me. So I guess according to YOU, we're all bisexual