Skip to comments.Planned Parenthood: ‘Sometimes a Person’s Sexual Orientation Changes Over Time’
Posted on 03/14/2015 12:26:28 AM PDT by Olog-hai
Planned Parenthood Federation of America tells teens on its website that it can take a long time to determine ones sexual orientation or gender identity.
Sexual orientation describes which gender(s) youre attracted to, sexually and/or romantically, says Planned Parenthoods All About LGBTQ at a Glance webpage. Sometimes a persons sexual orientation changes over time, but people cant choose or decide to change who theyre attracted to.
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If they (PP ) don’t kill you before you’re born that is....
It gets to being easier when you go to prison. Then after you leave prison....you change again.
My sexual orientation has changed over time, also. I started out preferring blondes, then it was brunettes, and now it’s redheads.
They must have asked Bruce Jenner about this.
You can choose the gender with which you sexually interact with and thereby reinforce the attraction.
I thought they were born with it or does change too?
In other words, sometimes people go mental and sometimes they get well.
That’s what I was thinking. How could one of PPs ‘patients/victims’ ever get the stage of questioning his/her sexual identity - they ended them.
Sometimes a persons sexual orientation changes over time, but people cant choose or decide to change who theyre attracted to.
Sorry, but someone else beat them to it, by days or by years, depending which source. But still, since PP is not a political candidate or a conservative organization, no one will bat an eye.
Since they’re not conservatives saying this, that makes it OK.
I went from lean and tall FEMALES to medium high and a little bit chunky FEMALES. So much for research! Can I say I evolved?
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