Huge amounts of impartial scientific evidence now make it abundantly clear that homosexuality is not biologically hard-wired and that change is possible. The burden of proof now lies on those who advocate homosexuality is biologically imprinted.
Sexuality is fluid. The brain is plastic. There are now more people alive today who used to be gay than there are practising gay people.
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My Genes Made me do It! was first published in 2000 in the USA. It has been kept up to date and the years since have only strengthened the book's conclusions. Over 10,000 scientific papers and publications were consulted in the writing. It is accessible to the average reader.
It is possibly the most comprehensive treatment of science and homosexuality you will find anywhere. The book has now been translated into six other languages, including Mandarin.
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Politically, transsexuality is now where homosexual activism was in the 1980s and 1990s.There is nothing biologically fixed or determined about homosexuality or transsexuality, but transsexual activists are using the same arguments gay rights campaigners have been using for decades, viz.,transsexuals are a minority that needs protections on the basis of an intrinsic and unchangeable condition - like skin colour. Transsexual activists are attempting to attribute their gender dysphoria to innate differences stemming from brain microstructure, hormones, genes and other biological factors. They want the state to pay for sex reassigment surgery on these grounds. As gay activism has successfully done, they may also pressure the American Psychological Association and sympathetic politicians to ban therapy on grounds it will be harmful.
The same arguments against the biologically instrinsic nature of homosexuality that appear in My Genes Made Me Do It, and on this website, also apply to transsexuality. Though it is not the brief of this site to discuss transsexuality, it is a very safe assumption that the material here will be helpful to open-minded students of the subject. Hit the button below for transsexuality papers on this site.