hippie4lyfe saidbodywork you may become straight or bisexual over time. Sexual Fluidity is real and while most people do retain the same sexual orientation over time there are some people who have legitimate experiences of going from straight to gay or gay to straight and we shouldn't discount their stories.
Oh and I am not reffering to the "ex-gay" crap that is a sham, I am talking about some ppl who do change their orientation not because they wanted to but because it simply just happens.
While my response was more tongue-in-cheek...
I have to say, I have never heard of this "change" as true, outside of simple "deciding" homosexuality is repugnant and therefore I must change/adapt.
I certainly have not researched this "phenomenon but have never heard of anyone's sexuality being 100% straight (unwaveringly so) and then one day was 5-99.99999999% more gay later in life - or vice/versa.
Of course with that, then you are allowing that a person's sexuality can be changed/adjusted either chemically/hormonally/psychologically all one has to do is scientifically tap in and alter the behavior.
Finally, I will agree/argue that sexual orientation has a lot to do with ones mixture off all the above ingredients but that it is more similar to that which defines hair/eye/skin color and is more intrinsic than simplistic.
However, denial is a strong emotion and that is what drove most, who "suddenly" came out - they may intially state it was a "new awakening" to save face for the spouse, but after the divorce most say they struggled with it throughout their life.
Also, you don't hear about it as much, but married women are poppin up as lesbians too. Course there is this whole Lindsey Lohan event too.
Interesting stuff "hip"