Originally Posted by Warren Zevon
I was eating dinner one day, and I thought to myself: "You know what would go really well with this? Heterosexuality!"
I can't tell you when I decided I was heterosexual the same way I can't tell you the first time I saw an automobile or heard a bird chirp. All I know is that it is a conscious decision. Going by what I know of Piaget's work, I'd guess it was somewhere between the ages of 4 and 7, but I couldn't give you a concrete answer.
Piaget's work can somewhat be applied to sexuality, but in the context of gender identity, which in it of itself is socially constructed.
You decided you were exclusively sexually attracted to the opposite sex between the ages of 4 and 7? If you cannot pinpoint when you decided your own sexuality how can you assume that it is something that is an interchangeable choice for others?