So the other day I was talking about this with my friend and I'm an advocate of the "homosexuality is bioloigcal" theory, but she told me that she didn't believe that at all.
My perspective was that I knew a while ago, without having any stimulus from a real person. I just knew. It was innate, and I thought it was pretty obvious. I would say it was latent until I started thinking about it, and then there wasn't really a question. I also feel like there have been more gay people in the past couple generations than every before, which, if you know anything about genetics, would be good evidence that it is a biological thing.
She was saying that in response to the genetics piece, that that's not entirely true, that it mainly wasn't accepted socially until recently, which I agree with. But she also said that living at home in New England, that there aren't nearly as many gay people as there are in cities like Washington DC, where we are now, so it can't entirely be biological.
And I figured that you guys would be a good group to ask
So what's your opinion? It is biological or are there other reasons that you can think of?