If you don't see any evidence here that shows sexual orientation and basic preferences are different, you may want to open a few history books. Where homosexuality was in vogue, fashionable, and popular, it ran rampant, as in Greece. Then, there was a renaissance sort of time, and women were seen as creatures of beauty instead. Homosexuality was no longer as abundant. Did that society just happen to have quite a bit of people who just happened, coincidentally, to be born gay? And then a few decades later, the opposite coincidentally happened? In the 80s when big hair was in style and everyone had it, did those people prefer it beause they were born to do it, or because it was the fashion? And if they were born to prefer it why do most of them now thing the whole big hair fad was ridiculous? That would mean their preference changed. And I don't mean their preference to wear it, but for those who did. Nearly all the rock stars had big hair, and face it, women thought they were hot with their big hair. Sexuality and our preferences are partly genetic, but there are other factors involved. And they are definitely two completely different things as they are two different areas of life.
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1/18/07 at 2:31pm