Sexual orientation

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  • When one of my older cousins was in preschool he was kind of a bully, in the same way a little kid tries to hock a loogie on another kid, he tried to kiss another boy. This is something I've only ever heard in stories. At the age of 4 it seems unlikely that socialization played a part in this situation, but those are just my beliefs.
  • For many years there has been a debate on whether sexuality was a choice, inborn, etc.
  • I care a lot about others so it's difficult for me to fathom excluding someone based on their sexuality in general, so I've done a brief study on how socialization effects sexuality.
  • In a study done by Morten Frisch, Researchers have found a correlation between same-sex marriage and where someone was born, along with their relationship with their family.
  • The study also refuted the idea that men with more older brothers were more likely to be gay
  • A different study done by Maggie Gallagher has found people to believe sexual identity as merely a social construct. Some people will continue to identify as straight despite attraction, due to social consequence
  • (Other experiments will be added later on) some studies contradict each other in subtle ways. Stereotypes are found to be incorrect etc.
  • I'm Sanders
  • As my experiment, I conducted a survey of people who would talk to me, I also went to the gay-straight alliance and conducted the survey on them.
  • This could help further prove that homosexuality isn't caused socially but rather through human biology, But that's just what i think.
  • My findings, like some of the experiments, weren't the same as the popular stereotypes for non-heterosexuals, such as the idea that most homosexual men grew up without a father.
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