The discussion was near the beginning of the thread, or maybe 100 pages or so ago.
Much of the remainder of the discussion has been my attempt to educate people on how simple logical reasoning says choices dictate sexuality. It hasn't been well-received because many people don't want to admit choices may dictate sexuality, as doing so compromises their ability to defend their other strongly held opinions.
Specifically, if you admit logical reasoning says sexuality is a choice (and it does, regardless of whether you admit it or not), you cannot then attempt to justify that choice by claiming it it somehow not a choice.
It doesn't need justified to begin with, but it is understandable some people would think it does given how much others have attacked those choices for years now. The defense mechanism chosen ("it's not a choice") just doesn't fit with logical reasoning.
Perhaps we should just drop the pretense on both sides. Admit it IS a choice, but defend it by saying it needs no justification. That wouldn't violate logical reasoning and would actually go a long way toward more universal acceptance, but it's a tough road for a while and many people simply want to live in denial rather than travel down it, and I suppose I can't blame them for wanting to avoid a tough situation. Still, that doesn't mean you get to deny logical reasoning.