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  1. konvictz0007
    28-10-2012
    I told you.

    Homosexuality can either be through choice or not. If we assess both cases we find it is not favourable, that is all I had to prove.
  2. I'll ask again here, since apparently you won't answer in the thread. What evidence do you have to support your theory of homosexuality being a choice?
  3. http://www.lifesitenews.com/news/arc...7/mar/07032003 leader of the human genome project, responsible for leading the mapping of every single gene in the human body, says homosexuality is NOT hard wired. "An area of particularly strong public interest is the genetic basis of homosexuality. Evidence from twin studies does in fact support the conclusion that heritable factors play a role in male homosexuality. However, the likelihood that the identical twin of a homosexual male will also be gay is about 20% (compared with 2-4 percent of males in the general population), indicating that sexual orientation is genetically influenced but not hardwired by DNA, and that whatever genes are involved represent predispositions, not predeterminations [emphasis added]."
  4. http://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar?...n&as_sdt=0%2C5

    http://scholar.google.co.uk/scholar?...n&as_sdt=0%2C5

    This isn't even difficult and is very basic, research. And all the articles are peer reviewed.
  5. Funny how yet again when asked directly you don't respond. :rolleyes:
  6. It would be nice if for once you actually answer the questions asked of you. I'll ask again, care to provide some evidence to support that homosexuality is a choice? You can say that its not genetic, but that does not mean or even imply that it is a choice.

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