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27

Jul

Gay by social pressure

Gay by social pressure

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16

Jul

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07

Jul

okiesmen:


Paul Abbott,

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06

Jul

Para ti.

Para ti.

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01

Jul

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28

Jun

queergraffiti:

found in Cluj-Napoca, Romania

queergraffiti:

found in Cluj-Napoca, Romania

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23

Jun

glitcheporn:

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11

Jun

morphodite:

no, never underestimate it…

morphodite:

no, never underestimate it…

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08

Jun

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03

Jun

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02

Jun

We can't make up our minds on the origins of homosexuality, study shows

fuckyeahsodomites:

gaywrites:

Study after study shows that Americans are becoming more accepting of homosexuality. Hooray! One thing that still confuses us, however, is what makes people gay - the classic nature vs. nurture debate. 

A recent Gallup poll shows that we’re pretty divided when it comes to our views on the origins of homosexuality. More than a third (37%) of survey respondents think it’s because of upbringing and environment, while 42% think we’re born this way. Oddly, this number is lower than in 2013, when 47% of people thought being gay happened at birth. 

Gallup’s overview on what this means for the scientific study of homosexuality:

The contention on this question of a person’s sexual orientation possibly reflects a lack of input from the scientific community, which historically has not shied away from offering its opinion on lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) issues and questions. The American Psychiatric Association removed homosexuality from its manual of mental disorders in 1973, giving credence to the nascent gay rights movement at the time.

U.S. public opinion about gays has changed drastically in recent decades on the issues of marriage equality and LGBT acceptance as a whole, possibly related to the fact that three in four Americans say they have a friend, relative, or coworker who has told them that he or she is gay. Though being gay as the result of genetics or other factors before birth has become a considerably more mainstream belief and is now mentioned by a plurality of Americans, it is still one held by slightly less than half of the U.S. population. This disagreement seems likely to continue as long as the scientific community remains agnostic about the question.

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31

May

ebith1969:

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ebith1969:

夕飯時になんですが、ズボッと参上!ズボッと快ケツ!

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27

May

jockohomoremix:

Larry Kramer as Prophet - “Larry Kramer’s central point - that gay men need to love more and fuck less, that we need more of the hearth and less of the hunt - is still, like most prophesy, undigested and unaccepted by the very people who need it most. We tend to find him and his message tedious, audacious, overstated, bullying, moralistic, sometimes even hysterical, always uncomfortable. Just like Jeremiah. And so, while the gay world has yet to produce a genuine leader, in Larry Kramer we seem to have produced a genuine prophet. Troubled. Resented. Mostly correct. And tragically, still mostly unheeded.” * (An essay from the book “We Must Love One Another Or Die,” edited by Lawrence D. Mass)

jockohomoremix:

Larry Kramer as Prophet - “Larry Kramer’s central point - that gay men need to love more and fuck less, that we need more of the hearth and less of the hunt - is still, like most prophesy, undigested and unaccepted by the very people who need it most. We tend to find him and his message tedious, audacious, overstated, bullying, moralistic, sometimes even hysterical, always uncomfortable. Just like Jeremiah. And so, while the gay world has yet to produce a genuine leader, in Larry Kramer we seem to have produced a genuine prophet. Troubled. Resented. Mostly correct. And tragically, still mostly unheeded.” * (An essay from the book “We Must Love One Another Or Die,” edited by Lawrence D. Mass)

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26

May

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