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How to stop homosexual activities ?

hi i am an 19 years male, when i was studying 8th one of the person (male) near my home made me do sex with him but at time i did t know any thing but as years passed i slowly ended up as a gay. Nowadays i am doing homesex two to three times a month, i want to stop this habit and lead my life as a normal male. what can i do to stop such habit and thinkings? is der be any possibilities for me to get infected from any diseases?please help me
Asked On : Wed, 20 Apr 2011
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Hi there
Homosexuality is a life style choice.It is not a disease that can be cured.It is something you need to choose to do or not do.If you are confused whether you are attracted towards men or women,then you need to talk to a counsellor about your feelings and what you want.No one can force you to do anything.If you dont want to,then you will stop by yourself.
As for infections,yes,there is always a chance to get sexually transmitted diseases esp HIV so need to avail protection.Get tested on a regular basis.
Answered: Thu, 21 Apr 2011
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