Any sane person would choose heterosexuality (not so. And when homophobic people come to the opposite conclusion—that homosexual desire is something we can choose—then they want to help us make the right choice, the heterosexual choice.And they are willing to offer this help in the form of violent shock therapy and other “conversion” techniques.
And what about native cultures in which all boys engage in homosexual rites of passage?
Do we imagine that we could identify some genetic evidence of propensity to ingest sperm as part of a cultural initiation into manhood?
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If homosexual desire is hardwired, then we cannot change it; we must live with this condition, and it would be unfair to judge us for that which we cannot change.
By implication, if we could choose, of course we would choose to be heterosexual.And many very feminine lesbians would like us to know this too.The bottom line is that ideas about sexual desire are so bound up with misconceptions about gender and with the presumption that heterosexuality is nature’s default, that science has yet to approach this subject in an objective way.In Ancient Greece, sex between elite men and adolescent boys was a common and normative cultural practice.According to historians Michel Foucault and Jonathan Ned Katz, these relationships were considered the most praise-worthy, substantive and Godly forms of love (whereas sex between a man and a woman was, for all intents and purposes, sex between a man and his slave).…Every religious right hatemonger is now going to quote this woman every single time they want to deny us our civil rights.” Under considerable pressure from lesbian and gay advocacy groups, Nixon recanted her statement a few weeks later, stating instead that she must have been born with bisexual potential.