Thursday, October 13, 2016

Scientific Study Proves People Are Not Born Gay

Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" is incorrect
The prestigious Johns Hopkins University has proven what many scientists have firmly believed for years, people are not born gay, it is a choice. Much of what people do in life is a choice, from religion to sexuality. Johns Hopkins University released a 143-page study concluding there is no scientific evidence people are born gay. The report states, "One environmental factor that appears to be correlated with non-heterosexuality is childhood sexual abuse victimization, which may also contribute to the higher rates."

Some non-scientists state people are born gay and you can see it from their childhoods. However, I disagree. It is environmental. It is taught. For example, satanic rocker Marilyn Manson stated his uncle used to dress up in women's lingerie and began dressing him as such when he was a very little boy. Manson became gay due to the environmental conditioning and would later engage in homosexual sex on stage at his concerts.

Another example is Chastity Bono, who at 15-years of age was left under the supervision of a friend of her mother, singer Cher. The friend was a woman in her 40s. The woman had sex with underage Chastity behind her mother's back. Bono revealed it was at that moment she became gay. Chastity became transgender, surgically having her breasts and reproductive organs removed and changed her name to Chaz.

People choose a preference at some point in their lives, having formulated an opinion based on what they desire or under the influence of others. There is no gay gene. There is no gay brain. There are external factors that can influence who each person becomes in life, then choices are made.

This article is not meant to hurt anyone's feelings, but science must remain in its true and accurate form. If the world is to fight disease and understand how the earth truly works, we must not deviate from the truth, but look at things as they factually are, to fully grasp how the human body and nature works.

No Scientific Evidence That People Are Born Gay or Transgender, Johns Hopkins Researchers Say

August 22, 2016|7:30 am - Distinguished scholars at Johns Hopkins University in Maryland released a new 143-page report on Monday that argues that there is not enough definitive scientific evidence available to suggest that gay, lesbian and transgender individuals are born with a certain sexual orientation or gender identity. 

In the three-part report published by The New Atlantis, Lawrence Mayer, a scholar-in-residence at Johns Hopkins University's psychiatry department and a professor of statistics and biostatistics at Arizona State University, and Paul McHugh, a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Johns Hopkins, take on prevailing claims that sexual orientation and gender dysphoria are caused by natural traits. 

Additionally, the scholars challenge the claim that discrimination and social stigma is the sole reason why those with same-sex attractions or transgender identity suffer higher rates of mental health problems. In the first part, the report argues that there is insufficient evidence to claim that heterosexual, homosexual or bisexual attractions are an innate trait that people are born with. 

The report goes into detail about past epidemiological studies that have found a modest association between genetic factors and sexual orientation and behaviors. However, the report states that such studies have not been able to provide significant evidence "pointing to particular genes." The report also looks at other other evidence of hypothesized biological causes, such as prenatal development and hormones but finds that evidence is also limited. 

"Studies of the brains of homosexuals and heterosexuals have found some differences, but have not demonstrated that these differences are inborn rather than the result of environmental factors that influenced both psychological and neurobiological traits," the report reads. "One environmental factor that appears to be correlated with non-heterosexuality is childhood sexual abuse victimization, which may also contribute to the higher rates."...