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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.
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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