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I was talking about heterosexual monogamy being best, what studies of 
homosexual monogamy and parenting are you familiar with? 

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On Apr 9, 2013, at 13:30, Don Calkins <> wrote:

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> Serious researchers agree.  The best evidence is actually the original 
> identical twin study.  In spite of what gay activists claim, it proves that 
> being homosexual is not primarily genetically determined.  
> #1 - the participants were not found via some kind of random process, but 
> were actively recruited thru' ads in gay interest magazines/newspaper at the 
> time.  Further, both siblings had to agree to the tests/questionaires.  This 
> means that they were more open to the idea of homosexual acceptability than 
> the general public.
> #2 - in spite of this, only half of the identical twins who were homosexual 
> had siblings who were also homosexual.  If homosexuality was indeed primarily 
> genetically determined, then the correlation would have been on the order or 
> 95%, not 52%.  
> Does this study prove there is a genetic element?  The methodology is too 
> flawed to be definitive.  But it proves that there are other factors 
> involved.  
> If genetics is not, then, the determining element, then psycho-sociological 
> factors must be.   And in fact we do not know in how many of the cases of 
> positive correlation genetics was in fact the determining element.  
> Numerous studies over the last 50 years have shown that homosexual activity 
> is far higher than had been previously tho't.  What these studies show more 
> conclusively is that most humans are biologically bisexual in their interests 
> and that the expression of this interest is determined by social mores.  
> There also appears to be a very small percentage of people who are 
> exclusively heterosexual or homosexual, who are incapable of orgasm in any 
> other way.  My personal guess is that each of these two categories prob 
> constitute on the order of 1:1000.
> Don C
> On Apr 9, 2013, at 10:31 04AM, Stephen Kent Gray wrote:
>> Don C, social conservatives say that all the time despite evidence 
>> contradicting that. Any scientific evidence behind your theories?
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