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Is being Gay normal? Or it is a kind of mind miscue? Is this trait related to person’s last life or his childhood memorabilia & parents or others behaviors in those ages? Please answer me, I really need your answer.

Answer: “Yes, being gay is normal. Homosexuality has been a part of human society throughout the ages and in every culture. It is not a mental miscue.

Sexual orientation is part of the package that the soul comes into this life with. It is not something that one adopts through circumstances during childhood. ” ~ Deepak Chopra.

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Jason Collins & Lance Bass -

Jason Collins made the incredibly brave, difficult decision to come out as a gay, male athlete yesterday. Understandably, he sought advice before going public. Strangely, he asked Lance Bass for advice, yesterday. This is not a joke — Jason Collins asked Lance Bass, ex-pop-star of *NSYNC, about coming out publicly. Bass is gay.

This sounds like some sort of strange joke, but there is an explanation, we swear.

Via an email from SiriusXM:

On Monday night (April 29) on his SiriusXM show “Dirty Pop with Lance Bass,” Lance Bass revealed that he talked to Jason Collins earlier in the day—who called Bass at the urging of their mutual friend actress JoAnna Garcia Swisher—and gave him advice on how to deal with coming out to the public.

So, Collins didn’t randomly call Bass, or call him because he’s a huge *NSYNC fan; there was a logical explanation. SiruisXM interviewed Bass about the encounter.

“He’s been trying to plan this for a very long time, contemplating if he wanted to do this. In fact, he said he was going to call me months ago but was too scared, because he wanted to tell me.

I don’t [know him personally]—we have mutual friends.

Bass coming out as a gay member of a boy band wasn’t exactly the same as Collins coming out as a gay NBAer, as Bass knows.

“…my number one fear of coming out—[was that] I was scared that people were going to make fun of me so much that it would set the community back and scare people into the closet more. Because I thought being a boy bander [in *NSYNC], people were going to take that and…[say]…‘Of course!’ and make fun of me so much—I was so scared that it was going to hurt the community, but it didn’t. It totally went the other route.”

Source: Jason Collins Asked Ex-*NSYNC Pop Star Lance Bass For Advice On Coming Out. No, Really, This Happened