Re: Homosexuality: male & female

Yousuf Khan (
Wed, 18 Sep 1996 03:12:49 GMT

On Tue, 17 Sep 1996 02:06:11 GMT, (Mike/Damon or Peni
R. Griffin) wrote:

>Okay, Bryant, so there are physical correlations to sexual
>preferences, but so what? If you have to define a word every time
>you use it, it's not useful -- and everyone here is having to define
>these terms in every post. And the definition of each term affects
>the outcomes of the statistical studies for physical correlations.

>Historically, there have been plenty of men who married, successfully
>fathered children, and then discovered the wide world of men and never
>had sexual congress with women again.

You know that that's not true. Those that have gone that route were well
aware of their preferences long before they got married, they just were in
denial. They wanted to make a go of a "normal" life, and were hoping they
were just passing through a temporary phase in their life.

They are bisexual, because it takes a certain amount of interest in the
other sex to father children, but people who are fully homosexual cannot
even manage that.

Yousuf Khan

Yousuf J. Khan
Ottawa, Ont, Canada
Nation's capital