bcsapper Posted July 5, 2020 Report Share Posted July 5, 2020 55 minutes ago, Argus said: 1) Not necessarily. Tons of psychological literature backs up that people are far more into what might be called 'traditional' male and female roles than modern political correctness would like. That extends to what types of jobs they want to do, too. Women want to work with people, while men prefer to work with things (statistically speaking). 2) Again, not necessarily. The jury is still out on nature vs nurture. Douglas Murray, who is a guy I have a lot of respect for (and is gay) believes it's probably a combination of nature and nurture. 1) Yeah, I'm not saying it should be 50/50, but I'm sure nurture vs nature plays a huge part in setting those roles. I'd love to see what happened in a couple of generations without the nurture part. 2) I think the jury is more in than out. I'm sure Mr. Murray is a wonderful fellow, but nurturing someone into sexual acts is a lot different than nurturing someone into wearing frills or playing with trucks. Some people are bisexual, sure, and they might be pushed in one direction or the other, but I would have to have more nurturing than this planet could offer to try against my natural preference. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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