Well, I think one has to be ceratin what it means to be gay. Many people think being 'gay' is about a same-sex sexual preference. In my opinion it is not that, being gay is the natural feeling of being attracted to someone of the same sex, not just sexually but more so into a possible reltionship. So, yes, I think it is possible to condtion straight people to believe that they can have sex with someone the same gender as them, but as for a life or relational commitment, I dont think it is possible. Never have i once step in a classroom for sexual conversions and if a class, let me know so i may sit in on it and laugh hystarically.
Gay people only: Be totally honest.
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Up until recently, homosexuality has been considered quite taboo. In the past, those who were attracted to and engaged in intimate relationships with members of the same sex were forced to lead secret lives. Homosexuals were relentlessly persecuted and many had their lives and careers completely destroyed when their secrets were revealed as homosexuality was seen as dirty, sinful, and immoral. Homosexuals were treated as sub-humans. Sadly, these attitudes persist today in many parts of the world and will likely persist into the future.
The 'Gay Gene' Is A Myth But Being Gay Is 'Natural,' Say Scientists
Not so very long ago, a lifetime ago, those words took Americans somewhere wicked. He was tanned, with shining teeth, if no leading man. He was in his 40s but looked older, and he had a whinnying snigger. The audience would roar approval at his bawdy jokes, and Lynde would flash his Cheshire-cat grin.
The news this week that the largest study of its kind failed to confirm the existence of a "gay gene" is not so much a disappointment for those looking to understand the LGBTQ community, as it is an acknowledgement that science does not need to tell us what should be plainly obvious: gays, lesbians, bisexuals and pansexuals are who they are. What does he mean by "environmental"? This new research also reconfirms the long established understanding that there is no conclusive degree to which nature or nurture influence how a gay or lesbian person behaves.