W hat makes us lesbian or gay? I don't know about you but I was born a baby, not a lesbian. At least I don't remember fancying the midwife. But scientists I have interviewed for my forthcoming book tell me that the brains of gay people look different from those of heterosexuals.
Birth Order Traits: Your Guide to Sibling Personality Differences
Is Homosexuality a Choice? - Scientific American Blog Network
By Andy Coghlan. Anthony Bogaert at Brock University, Canada, and his team think that some women who are pregnant with boys develop antibodies that target a protein made by the Y chromosome. Our immune systems make antibodies to recognise foreign molecules, which have the potential to be from dangerous bacteria. But pregnant women sometimes also produce antibodies against fetal molecules — for example, if their fetus has a different blood group.
“Born That Way” No More: The New Science of Sexual Orientation
Gay rights advocates used it to make the case for legal equality. Allies declared it when standing in solidarity. But many members of the LGBTQ community reject this narrative, saying it only benefits people who feel their sexuality and gender are fixed rather than fluid, and questioning why the dignity of gay people should rest on the notion that they were gay from their very first breath.
The most powerful weapon in the homosexual special rights arsenal is the victim status. Whatever the outcome of scientific studies, the most important point that we can make is that the question over the genetic nature of homosexuality is completely irrelevant to the debate. Nobody is perfect. God created all of us with physical, mental, emotional and spiritual defects that take many different forms.