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Don't you mean biopsychosocial? Biology, psychology, and sociology are 
intertwined in various disciplines.

Don C, social conservatives say that all the time despite evidence 
contradicting that. Any scientific evidence behind your theories?

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On Apr 6, 2013, at 0:37, Don Calkins <> wrote:

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> While there are physiological aspects to homosexuality in humans, the issue 
> is primarily a psycho-sociological one,  one which we only partially 
> appreciate because of all the other problems we are facing.
> There is a common belief that since men and women are the same in essence, 
> there is no need for there to be both in a properly functioning family.  As I 
> understand it, this is not true.  While they are the same in essence, they 
> are very different in expression, a difference that is essential to the 
> proper development of the individual.
> While sexual activity is routinely trivialized in modern society, it is the 
> strongest bonding mechanism that exists btwn two people, involving them 
> simultaneously on all levels - mental, physical and spiritual.   It is this 
> bond which is necessary to the rearing of the human young.  Humans spend 
> nearly 20% of their life developing to the point they can effectively 
> function on their own, 15 years or more, far more than any animal.  That 
> requires a strong committed nuclear family which in turn is best served by 
> heterosexual monogamy.  
> Don C
> On Apr 5, 2013, at 10:26 55PM, David Regal wrote:
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>> If humans are supposed to be heterosexual, as the Baha'i Writings say, why 
>> are so many animals homosexual?  Did God intend many animals to be so?  If 
>> He did then God is okay with homosexual animals but not humans, which I'd 
>> like an explanation for.  Here is the Wikipedia article on homosexuality in 
>> animals
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