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Homosexuality is not a disease. What determines homosexuality

Homosexuality is not a disease. What determines homosexuality Recently, microblog publicity will carry out a clean-up campaign to focus on the topics related to yellow, violence and homosexuality. However, this has also rooted the hearts of many homosexuals. Because homosexuality is not a disease, why can't microblog let it go? Let's take a look at the details.

On April 13, Weibo said it would carry out a three-month centralized cleaning up operation, including 'yellow related, promoting bloody violence, gay themed graphics and text and short video content', which included 'gay themed' that hit many people's hearts. In the past few days, it caused a strong emotional backlash among netizens, many people wrote articles, and the most popular one was "Hello slag wave, I'm gay". This article In the WeChat public number, it was repeatedly deleted and repeatedly sent out. There were many hints of supporting homosexuality in protest. Today, the people's daily also published a critical article on this issue, saying that homosexuals are minorities in sexual orientation, and protecting the rights of minorities is also the necessity of social equity and justice.

When it comes to 'sex', many people find it hard to talk about it. However, children always like to ask 'where do I come from', many parents have to choose to prevaricate. However, for some time, a set of teaching materials called "cherish life - Primary School Students' sexual health education book" has eliminated the embarrassment of parents and teachers in explaining sex to children. This set of sex education books compiled according to the UNESCO technical guidelines for international sex education have become more and more popular since they were initially regarded as "large scale". The reason behind this is that the netizens put it in a word - "Three Outlooks".

What determines sexual orientation?

Is sexual orientation natural or acquired? Is it immutable or optional? Some people think that homosexuality is a learning behavior, but others think that if homosexuality is a learning behavior, homosexuals should be able to change their homosexual orientation by learning heterosexual sexual arousal, sexual stimulation and sexual behavior, but this is actually very difficult.

By dissecting the brains of homosexuals, scientists found that the brains of gay men are similar to those of heterosexual women, but different from those of heterosexual men. Other findings include that the finger prints of gay men are similar to those of heterosexual women, such as a fetal finger print formed at 16 weeks. This suggests that homosexuality may be genetically determined.

Studies of identical twins have shown that if one of the twins is gay, the other is a 50% increase in homosexuality. Scientific research on homosexuality is still very preliminary, and every new discovery changes the way of scientific observation of homosexuality.

Sexual orientation refers to a person's emotional, romantic and sexual attraction to men and women. In recent decades, research has shown that sexual orientation is a continuous concept, such as skin color, which is gradually progressive. Everyone's sexual orientation is somewhere between 'only interested in heterosexuality' and 'only interested in homosexuality'.

There are many theories about sexual orientation. Nowadays, most scientists agree that sexual orientation is likely a combination of environmental, cognitive and biological factors. In conclusion, it is important to recognize that sexual orientation can be caused by many factors and varies from person to person.

Sexual orientation is a complex problem, which is affected by many factors. Psychoanalytic theory holds that unsolved Oedipus or Oedipus complex is an important factor in determining sexual orientation. They imagine that boys who are too intimate with their mothers, alienated or hostile to their fathers will have fear of their heterosexual sexual impulse, which will lead their sexual orientation to the same sex.

According to the theory of sexual learning, homosexual experiences or fantasies in early childhood were not suppressed, but strengthened through sexual behavior and masturbation, which promoted the sexual orientation of the same sex. However, genetic research failed to find the gene marker of decisive orientation.

Psychologists from UCLA collected 792 subjects, 198 of whom were gay, lesbian, heterosexual and heterosexual. Participants were asked if they had participated in 58 games or sports as children. The results showed that lesbians and gays were more likely to play non gender specific activities.

Researchers surveyed 878 adult men in Brazil, Turkey and Thailand with questionnaires and interviews, 177 of whom were gay, 157 bisexual and 544 heterosexual. Generally speaking, gay men are less interested in sports in childhood, play more with girls, and have less aggressive personality.

Psychologist Richard Middleton green recruited 66 boys with feminized behaviors in the late 1960s, and another 56 boys as the control group. When they reached puberty or adulthood, 35 of the control group were heterosexual; 33 of the 44 experimental group were gay or bisexual, and 11 were heterosexual.

As for the influence of hormones on sexual orientation, scientists mostly focus on the study of prenatal hormones. Many scientists think hormone is one of the factors. From the animal experiments, we know that the hormone concentration before birth will affect the sexual orientation of the mice.

Women with congenital adrenal hyperplasia (excessive testosterone during embryonic development) have a higher rate of homosexuality than their female relatives who do not. Some non gender specific traits (including favorite games, aggression, index finger to ring finger length ratio) are affected by prenatal hormone concentrations.

From the psychological point of view, it comes from the lack of male role in the family or family, the boy grows up in the female circle such as his mother, sister, aunt, or the male temperament is frustrated (frustration refers to that the male temperament of the father's generation is weakened by the traumatic event and loses the positive influence on the boy).

In childhood, gender identity encounters confusion, for example, family members raise girls as boys, boys as girls, or overemphasize that boys are like girls. Their three fathers lack maternal love, and they are taken care of by same-sex older brothers or sisters, resulting in strong attachment and hazy love.

From the influence of environment, media and social culture, for example, adolescence children are at the peak of role confusion and self exploration. They often imitate their idols in dress, behavior language and even soul to get self role satisfaction, and they can get more attention from the opposite sex or peers.

Bisexual people can obtain sexual and emotional satisfaction from any one of the two sexes. Real bisexual people do not have to have sexual relations with both sexes at the same time. Most bisexual people can establish a stable one-to-one relationship with the opposite sex or the same sex at any stage of life.

In the past, there were many different views on the decision of sexual orientation. For example, in one case, a person is considered gay only if they have homosexual sex; but sometimes a person can have homosexual sex occasionally, but is still considered heterosexual in orientation.

Generally speaking, sexual orientation is not quantifiable from a large point of view, so the degree of attraction to each gender is no longer regarded as one of the criteria for judging bisexual orientation