Video Review About Gender Ang Sexual Orientation "When Did You Choose"
This is an argument that requires assuming someone would choose a lifestyle that has historically doomed an individual to hostility, alienation, legal discrimination and violence.
Normal. No need to question something that’s “just there.” But heterosexuality has not always “just been there.” And there’s no reason to imagine it will always be.
Not all men who have sex with men will identify as gay.Similarly, people who have sex with both men and women might not identify as bisexual.Indeed, research has shown the prevalence of same-sex attraction to be higher than same-sexbehaviour, while those who develop gay, lesbian or bisexual identities, and find community,comprise the smallest subset (Laumann et al 1994).However, from the review of surveys that have collected data on sexual orientation/identity,both in the UK and internationally (Betts 2008; Taylor 2008b), it was apparent that little or nopre-testing of questions had been carried out.
Forcing homosexuals into heterosexual behavior doesn’t fit and only helps pass the traits along. The irony is if the evangelicals simply ignored homosexuality that fewer homosexuals would procreate, diminishing the “problem” on their collective eyes.
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