The 2nd paragraph says it all: "I realized I didn’t even like that behavior." Homosexuals always LIKED that behavior for themselves. Bisexuals like it sometimes and at other times they don't. Heterosexuals never liked that behavior for themselves.
This guy seems to be a bisexual who thinks his behavior - not his thoughts - made him unhappy. His narrative falls apart if looked at:
He says he was GAY, but DISLIKED sex with men.
He says one act - sex - somehow caused ALL the misery in his life placing himself in the psychologically pleasing role of "victim".
No real gay person is a victim of their sexuality - they like it.
No real hetero person is a victim of their sexuality - they like it.
No real gay person can become hetero.
No real hetero person can become gay.
Bisexuals can DECIDE to go either way.
Delaney is a whiny bisexual fraud who enjoys a payoff for being a victim of his so-called gayness. His 'I didn't make my life bad, it was sex, which makes me a victim who triumphed over my victimizer' drama seems to require constant validation from others. He seems to have set up his life to do only one thing: reinforce his dramatic personal narrative.
Real heterosexuals can't turn themselves into real gays and real gays can't turn themselves into real heterosexuals. While it hasn't been 100% proven, scientific indicators point toward sexuality and gender identity being hardwired into our physiology. (BTW the theory of gravity isn't 100% proven.)
Also, I hope people can spot the irrational 'a baseball is round, so is an apple; therefore I can eat a baseball' logic: “Some people are born with a genetic disposition to become alcoholics,” Mr. Delaney said. “Does that give them permission to live that way?” He is literally saying that being gay has a genetic disposition and so does the bad thing called alcoholism; therefore being gay is bad.
People like him seem to use a lot of logical fallacies, fear and shame. "Therapies" that are built upon these things are inherently harmful to people. Telling people that their suffering comes from their sexuality and not their perspectives/narratives/dramas is distilled BS.