Why is it ok to tell lonely straight people who struggle romantically to become gay, but not tell a gay person to become straight?

stevemeh
As I'm sure a lot of you will start blaring that rainbow colored horn at my direction just think for a moment about the hypocrisy of telling a straight person to be gay and not the gay person to be straight.

Let's put this in a relatable scenerio on both sides and examine both sides at some uncomfortable angles.

Scenerio 1: A straight man who is a virgin and has gone through life wondering why no woman has wanted him and when he pours his heart out, most of the time he is told to go gay and anytime he says he isn't gay and refuses to be gay he will be lectured on topics such as having the prostates In the anus or other, ridiculed in a number of ways, shouted down for being homophobic, etc,
Scenerio 2: A gay virgin man lost in a sea of heterosexuality. Anytime he pours his heart out he gains some sympathy and coddling but also ridicule and even death threats from others.

Both men have done nothing wrong yet there is a glaring difference. Why is the straight man told go gay and the gay man to not to go straight?

No cowards allowed, I switched off the anon option off.
If you insist on using your victim status as an excuse to not answer or not show any relevancy then leave.
Why is it ok to tell lonely straight people who struggle romantically to become gay, but not tell a gay person to become straight?
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