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Best Answer Jake Brannen says
Wendy Golden says
Thanks Macteacher. I do understand the 'choice' issue (please see my bio!), I'm merely curious as to how it would change those who think it is a choice opinions if there was a gene identified...and what they think would happen. THanks for you answer
Robert the Bruce says
Thanks Robert. I think if someone befriended a gay person, it would remove the fear of things they don't understand from it all - reducing the hatred out there. I'm curious to see what comes up though with some of the answers
According to Karma's law, every man will have to experience as both genders and every ethnic everything any one has experiences incarnating as them. You may not remember but you have or shall be to experience everything all others have.
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Elijah Alfred says
Interesting The0. However if they found one, would it change how you think of homosexuality?
Wow, NatureBoy...it would really be something if you had solid proof for your theory...but I suspect that you don't...
@ JLPark @ Bruce,
I know the girl who was instrumental in getting the DNA tests which proved "serial killers" has a strand no found in others DNA. You should know b y now that at least 2/3 of real facts are not released by our government.
Thats fine, The0 - but would your PERSONAL opinion change? I'm not looking for 'yes there is" or "no there isn't" - but what would change for you IF there was? If anything. If nothing would change about your opinion on homosexuality - thats fine too.
No, I had a brother, 2 nephews, and several playmates who I treated like another person so long as they didn't attempt to impose themselves on me. I grew up around it and never flinched unless they wanted me, I then let them know I had no interest.
Thanks for the answer The0. Good to know
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