To move the needle on gay rights in a conservative town, we interviewed people about whether they thought gay people were born gay or if they chose to be gay. People who said they chose to be that way were hit with a second question: when did you choose to be straight? Almost five million people have watched us prove that the right question is more powerful than anything you you can tell someone.
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