I avoided your question because it was dumb. But if you really want me to kick this dead horse, I will.
I wasn’t born gay. I wasn’t born straight. When I was born, like all other people who have ever been born, I was just a baby. Babies have no sexual orientation or gender identity. They are gooey mounds of cartilage, soft bone, flesh, poop, and noise. Babies don’t have personality or interests or sexuality. I was gay when I started recognizing my own sex, just as you (I assume) were straight when you started noticing the opposite sex. Before that, you and I were just children without developed personalities or interests.
That said, I believe (and the preponderance of biological and psychological evidence agrees) that I was born with a genetic predisposition to become a gay man. My genes determined that the hormones and other various chemicals involved with sexual and romantic attraction would be activated by men. (That’s a gross oversimplification, but I’m not a scientist or psychologist.)
So, no, I was not born a gay man. I was born a baby. I grew up to be a gay man, and I didn’t have another option. My body and brain decided for me what my sexuality would be, and even though I tried to fight it I am what I became and I became what my genes said I should become. This happened without my input or guidance: just as you never willed yourself to become straight, I never willed myself to become gay. I’m just gay. That’s all there is to it.