only the black ones.
you know, not long out the trees.
Essen- you are hilarious
well my dad likes steam trains. i'm not a fan at all.....
... i don't think it is
see. we're all individuals.. was my point anyways.. unless it was pushed on them from an early age like... religion and political views ;) muwahah
That's not what I heard :)
oO who told you i liked steam trains?
I'm liberal- my boy rebelled and is Republican. I'd rather he were gay
lol not true in my case, my boy is 20 and is as hetero as they come. As is my daughter too.
anyways. What about the black ones ?
Personally, I believe people are born with their sexual preferences. So just because your parents are gay doesn't mean you'll be gay. Plenty of gay people have straight parents.
I have a cousin who is a gay, finally and publicly admitted that he is, though his parents are both straight.<br />
I have lesbian aunt, same way, both parents strongly say they're straight. So it may be not visible to one generation, it doesn't mean it stops there. It evolves from ones' genes to another.
No, I do not believe that being homosexual is a choice for most people. I believe that they may be open to experimentation to evaluate their ideas but they are more than likely born with the desire to be heterosexual or homosexual. This is a question of nature vs nurture, as long as the individuals are loved as such they will be who they were born to be. IMHO.
Thoes are things we never really know till it happends.
No, that doesnt always happen!
I don't think so. Each person's journey to discovering his/her own sexuality is so very personal that I couldn't imagine that being raised by a (or a set of) gay/lesbian parent(s) would do much to 'encourage' homosexuality beyond giving him/her exposure to the concept of it earlier than a household headed by two heterosexual parents without any openly gay or lesbian individuals in their social circles. <br />
As an example: My mother is probably the most outgoing (on the surface) person I met. Anytime she sees another human, she *must* interact with them. The saying "never met a stranger" applies quite well to her, and crowds are just the most awesome thing in the world because that means more people to talk to! I grew up in the house that people stopped by any night of the week and the kitchen table was usually full. Me? I prefer a quiet house, a small gathering with a few friends and lots of alone time.
I would venture to guess that they're more open to the alternate lifestyle. Guaranteed homosexuality? No.
(however,they 'may' be more open to the idea; they wouldn't be homophobic.)
Probably as thats the family structure they are used to and find normal.
Nope. <br />
Think about it. Do straight people always raise straight people?
perhaps, maybe probably - it's complicated though because homosexuality is a counter-current, determined by its deviation from the standard sexual configuration and as such dependent, if not defined by, its relationship to hegemonic sexual stereotyping
Turtle-Jung more like
Not at all!