Ok, so to explain. My character, Alex, grows up in a fairly traditional town. There weren't any homosexual couples, and sure, he's heard the occasional story via word of mouth about someone's friend being gay... And that's as far as his encounters go with homosexuality. Basically, he's never met a homosexual, never seen acts of homosexuality (like kissing). He doesn't avoid them, there's just never been an instance to see. As for his nature, he's open minded and understanding to a point, and even when he can't fully grasp the concept, he'll tolerate it. He's fifteen when he meets friends who are bi/homosexual. He lives and let live. But he still thinks being homosexual is strange and abnormal and to put it plainly weird. He can roll with it but he's not completely totally okay with it. So, my question is: would a character like him ever be okay with it? Like I'm forming this guy out of my own personal experience, because I had a similar upbringing. And now, I'm basically okay with homosexuality and on the reverse side, I find it weird that I ever thought otherwise. Except I don't know if my acceptance of it, with a sheltered upbringing, is universal since I'm me and my character is my character. And if he did eventually become okay with it, is that a believable change of thought?