I would argue either answer still suggests that homosexuality is spectrum behavioral trait like skin colour. There are degrees of same-sex attraction.
What do you think?
MuscleLuke saidCan it really be biological if the parents are straight?
Sedative saidMuscleLuke saidCan it really be biological if the parents are straight?
Can you have blue eyes if both your parents have brown?
Yes. The recessive-dominant gene dance is more complex than that in actuality. What genes get passed on and activated on children is not as simple as 'like begets like'. Eye color heredity itself is already very complex and involves several genes. I imagine the homosexual 'genes', if there is one, would have an even more complex system of heredity, on when and how it will get activated.
Plus, being 'biological' does not only mean genetic. It could also be hormonal as posted by kinkyzulu.
They made it SO simple and trashed genetics in only a few words. I was like WTF... now regular joes with no academic background will be convicenced that gays choose to be gay... that there is no gay gene. It was propaganda at best.
RyanReBoRn saidI think "ex-gays" are just men who fall somewhere from 1-4 along the Kinsey scale. They grow up being told they can grow out of it or that they can just pray it away and, when they can't, they just lie about it. Since they can, being attracted to both sexes in the first place.
Guys who fall somewhere in the bisexual spectrum are also probably why the 'homo' gene, if any, is still present in the gene pool. Because the majority of men actually do swing both ways. (blah blah, Kinsey g0y stuff, blah, blah.)
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