Thanks for the post.
One of the major "gene" arguments is that it isn't a choice -- it couldn't be a choice! -- because no one would choose to live such a difficult, troublesome life as target of so much societal hatred!
Well, if change is possible, then I guess they will all line up and seek the cure, right? No? Ohhhh. Well, maybe the perverted lifestyle that they live is exactly the lifestyle that they want. I guess they chose it out of some mental illness.
I can pity the mentally ill, but I don't have to treat them like normal people.
Hate speech! Hate speech! Hang the witches!
The APA report came out over a month ago. Still waiting to see it in the MSM.
Somewhere along the line, we are imprinted with what we find sexually erotic.
Growing up in a loving family with a loving father and mother, we will see them interact and we will see the joys of a normal heterosexual relationship.
If one is, say, molested at an early age, or one has a sexual experience with the same sex, we will get a different erotic imprint.
Pornography can vastly influence this imprint as we permanently scar our memories with these images.
Once “imprinted,” it can take a lifetime to undo the damage, especially if it's not a healthy imprint.