Re: Homosexuality: male & female
Yousuf Khan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Wed, 18 Sep 1996 03:12:45 GMT
On 15 Sep 1996 15:00:08 -0600, email@example.com (Bryant) wrote:
>Sexuality, on the other hand, seems to come in only three relatively common
>forms: heterosexuality, homosexuality, and bisexuality. Some bisexuals may
>view these labels as unreasonable because exclusivity in preference seems
>unfamiliar to them, but I doubt many homosexuals or heterosexuals
>There are important developmental clues suggesting the distinctness of
>the sexual orientation "types" you object to. Homosexual males, for
>instance, are significantly often of late birth order with skewed sibling
>sex ratios favoring brothers.
This is interesting. The few homosexuals that I know, fit this pattern. But
then I only know a few.
>Hence, it's very likely that homosexual orientations are *not* merely
>"lifestyle choices," as many believe.
That goes without saying, of course.
Yousuf J. Khan
Ottawa, Ont, Canada