No, early on I grew up around an inter-sex person and when a JW first tried to tell me homosexuality was a choice I already knew that things can misfire before birth and so I asked them ,
"Can a person be born with a cleft palate or are there Siamese twins born?"
"Then you can be born with your gender I.D. mixed up." A lot of JWs didn't like the idea that some people have that problem. It kind of cuts to the core of a lot of things. It might even make you sympathetic to a gay person!
--I don't say some do not choose. And early sexual abuse can disorient some I have known. But it seems to me that most don't choose.
Someone I know well is in a same sex relationship. I think it would have made me uncomfortable if I had known ahead of time because I felt so self-conscious about every move I made--not ina healthy way either. But recently she asked, "What did you think of me while you were a JW?" I said I relied on the Bible and the teachings of Jesus to guide me even then.
It is important for me to be free to talk about Jesus not lifestyle. What a person does regarding Jesus is up to them. If we come to follow Jesus we all end up looking at ourselvef --and asking questions of our God and of ourself.
I will treat people as Jesus showed me to treat them.