Who (or what) you are sexually attracted to is not a choice. Acting (or not acting) upon your attractions is a choice.
Exactly - and it's NOT the attraction but the choice that defines your sexual preference (or orientation if you want to use that word).
The only reason people want to view it as the attraction making the determination is because it justifies the choice to live a homosexual lifestyle, which is something that doesn't need justification in the first place as it is not illegal.
So what you're saying is that not just that gay people can't marry, but that you think it's reasonable to suggest that they could easily just be unhappy if they want to be married so badly and marry someone they have no attraction to.
I'm not sure what the point is here. I'm not suggesting anyone get married in order to be unhappy, which is absurd on the face of it. I'm merely saying everyone has the same right to marry right now, so suggesting there is some "inequality" isn't true.
It's a choice, yes. Just like I have to choice to hit myself in the head with a hammer or not do that. It's obvious what choice I'll make. So in that sense, it's only a choice in the most literal sense.
Sure, you could choose to hit yourself in the head with a hammer, but that's not a smart choice, so you probably won't. Some choices aren't smart ones for various reasons. That doesn't mean they aren't choices - it just means a wise person probably wouldn't make them.
Yet this has nothing to do with choosing a romantic or sexual partner. There are choices which aren't smart in these cases, too, but you can choose anyone you'd like provided they agree to choose you as well.
You are not a master debater when your arguments are vague, yet somehow also wordy, and usually lacking much evidence of anything when pressed.
Except that this is never the case.
My arguments are logical and deliberate, and I systematically address and debunk the challenges to them.
The logic has already beaten you and you just won't admit it, so claim there isn't enough evidence or whatever else you want to make yourself feel better about it. When you're that stubborn you'll find any excuse not to admit defeat.