Is homosexuality a genetic factor or its environmentally aquired trait?

By Nic
@academic2 (7010)
Uganda
April 15, 2007 2:36am CST
It looks obviously weird that a man should want to have it with a fellow man or a woman finishing it up with a fellow woman. The craze could even extend to a man wanting to have carnal knowledge of an animal, what we call beastiality! What reality happens to the brains of such people? Is this a pure genetic factor? Is there any treatment for such derangement?
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3 responses
@rubiana6 (270)
• Brazil
15 Apr 07
homosexuality is genetic determined and has nothing to do with environment. Therefore exists no treatment, and it cant be regarded as a derangement like you do. Its not a disease. Either you believe in god, then you have to admit that he is the one who made also homosexual people, or you believe in nature, than its evolution who obviously sees some kind of sense in hoimoesexuality, otherwiese it would not exist anymore and it exists a lot, both in humans and in animal population.
@academic2 (7010)
• Uganda
17 May 08
Good information on homosexuality!
@babostwick (2037)
• United States
9 Jun 07
I always thought it was a mere choice by the person themselves. I never thought of it as something genetic. That's interesting to say the least. Guess the old saying is true, you learn something new everyday.
@academic2 (7010)
• Uganda
17 May 08
That was my idea babostwick, but from posts here I see more and more information may be I will understand homosexuality better!
@jalalnp (403)
• India
15 Apr 07
Yes, I am also thinking this way and it is not good for our community.