Do human beings possess a sexual instinct? When one acquaints oneself with the definition of an instinct, it is clear that sex is not an instinctive response in human beings.
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Homosexuailty has shaddowed mankind from the very beginning. We tend to think that heterosexuality is natural (because of the inherent biological compatibility between the sexes), and that homosexuality is unnatural because it lacks a function in evolutionary terms. However, a historical examination of human sexuality, as well as an understanding of the interplay between instinct and intelligence lead to a conclusion that humans lost their sexual instinct in the course of evolution. Human sexuality is therefore 100% a function of individual experience. Childhood sexual exploration behaviors in the absence of any societal, familial, or cultural influences predispose a homosexual orientation development.
It is hard not to let one’s personal views come in the way of objectively accessing someone else’s ideas on a controversial topic, much more so when the reader himself/herself becomes the subject being written about. Such is the case when confronted with the provocative hypotheses in True Nature – A Theory Of Human Sexual […]
Is homosexuality caused by nature, or nurture, or a combination of both? I will show by rational arguments that homosexuality can only be a function of nurture (more specifically, individual experience), and not nature, nor a combination of nature and nurture. Let us first consider the possibility that homosexuality is caused by nature, or genes, […]
Can animals be gay? No! Homosexual behavior has been routinely observed in many animal species, but exclusively homosexual individuals have not been encountered in natural settings. Only human beings can be exclusively homosexual. We are unique in all of nature in this respect.