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Homosexuality: Not sex, but survival


Dabeagle

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Question is when does sexuality manifests?

 

Most kids don't have sexual preference or orientation immediately until puberty.

 

I look at it as an innate trait, like people might be blond in their youth and maroon in their 30's.

 

Using the hair color example, some people will try to mask their maroon hair with hair coloring products to stay blond just like gay guys might try maintaining a heterosexual relationship in order to avoid the "gay" label for their reasons, but you are who you are and that's the innate reality of you.

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On 2/17/2019 at 7:02 AM, Denise Herold said:

I think people are boen gay too.  There is no such thing as "was gay"all because a celebrity marries a women doesn't mean they turn straight

There are numerous examples of that phenomenon right here on GA. There are all sorts of reasons why an LGBTQ might marry someone of the opposite sex. Cultural stigma and familial pressure is common all over the world. Just because we don't want to admit it still happens even in the so-called Advanced Countries doesn't mean that there aren't valid reasons why people make that choice. We are not privy to the thought process and agony that person has gone through to reach that decision. It could very well be a life or death situation for one or both of the people involved.

 

And just because someone has had same-sex experiences doesn't automatically make them Gay! There's a whole category called 'bisexual' that many people want to ignore or dismiss. Not everybody is like me and knows that they are LGBTQ when they are 12. There are people who only discover their true sexual orientation late in life.

 

From early on we are all taught what society thinks we should be like with certain colors and clothing assigned by gender and certain toys designated for one gender or the other. Some classes and profession are unofficially designated by gender. Those who break the barriers face stiff opposition or fierce suspicion and scrutiny.

 

People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

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17 hours ago, droughtquake said:

From early on we are all taught what society thinks we should be like with certain colors and clothing assigned by gender and certain toys designated for one gender or the other. Some classes and profession are unofficially designated by gender. Those who break the barriers face stiff opposition or fierce suspicion and scrutiny.

 

People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones.

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