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    I see what they did there then...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
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    Hmmm, I wonder if that would qualify as a "terrorist attack" nowadays.
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    Hey, that makes me remember that I read once that some people believed muslims were preparing some kind of biological attack (antrax-like) that would make people gay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kora View Post
    Hey, that makes me remember that I read once that some people believed muslims were preparing some kind of biological attack (antrax-like) that would make people gay.
    Lol, you're right, I had totally forgotten about that!

    Quote Originally Posted by ENTJ Extraordinaire View Post
    however, i do find it a difficult concept to grasp, the idea of Genetic Sexuality...*sigh* it doesn't seem like a predetermined thing to me, but something you develop...i guess...BAH I DON'T KNOW! such a hard topic to decide on! it guess it has to be a genetic thing, coz for the most part, it seems predetermined!
    As far as having homosexual feelings goes, that is definitely not a choice. (The social stigma is so enormous, still, in many ways that the feelings need to be intense to run counter to social norms or to leave one feeling so miserable when one does not express them.)

    With issues like this, there is no yet proven genetic pathway, and it's probably a combination of genetics working together that then leave one open to some environment influences as well. Many people share the same social/family experiences homosexuals do growing up, but never end up experiencing a gay sexual preference.

    Even with the "ex-gays," from the surveys done later with them, the preferences still exist; usually what they learn to do is control the behavior and expression of the preferences, but the preferences don't really seem to disappear or completely flip over. Some become celibate, which to me also shows the preferences have not changed but only the behavior. it's also hard to determine whether someone is "gay" or just "bi," in a situation where they seem to adjust well to a "straight" life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kora View Post
    Hey, that makes me remember that I read once that some people believed muslims were preparing some kind of biological attack (antrax-like) that would make people gay.
    They already have that, it's called a Barbara Streisand record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    ha ha, you mean, no "double buddy system" just to avoid the insinuation?
    What about two buddies putting an empty seat between them at the cinema? How pathetic is that? As if the rest of us cinema-goers even care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anii View Post
    What about two buddies putting an empty seat between them at the cinema? How pathetic is that? As if the rest of us cinema-goers even care.
    You should study instinctive male urinal etiquette, it's definitely along the same lines.
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    i have a childhood friend who i found out was gay about a year ago... it was interesting because he always had a lot of female friends, but it never seemed like he had a physical attraction to men. considering that, ive wondered if the only reason he decided to identify himself as gay was because his interaction with the females around him was never sexual in nature. apparently he has a boyfriend but i always wondered if that was how it started.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grayscale View Post
    i have a childhood friend who i found out was gay about a year ago... it was interesting because he always had a lot of female friends, but it never seemed like he had a physical attraction to men. considering that, ive wondered if the only reason he decided to identify himself as gay was because his interaction with the females around him was never sexual in nature. apparently he has a boyfriend but i always wondered if that was how it started.
    How would you tell if he had a physical attraction to men? With me it's kinda obvious in the way I smile at them, but it might not be so with some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldanen View Post
    How would you tell if he had a physical attraction to men? With me it's kinda obvious in the way I smile at them, but it might not be so with some.
    when we were growing up there was never any sort of awkwardness between him and any of his other male friends and myself. it was so long ago its hard to say for sure, but i remember him expressing physical attraction towards women on a few occasions... he was always a little fruity but if anything i considered him a lucky guy to have so many female friends. i just wondered if he had really been hiding a physical attraction towards men or if he psychologically created that due to his relation to females.

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