If You Know Anyone Who Is Afraid Of Gay People, Here’s A Cartoon That Will Ease Them Back To Reality

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This video attempts to explain the scientific reasoning for being gay! This article caught my eye because of the title alone, it is relatable and I love cartoons. Lately there has been a huge awakening to the problems and issued faced by the LBGTQ community and their human rights. I knew that it was only a matter of time before someone tried to answer the question, are people really born gay? In this cartoon, the makers go through a few theories that are related to home life growing up and even identical twin studies. They claim that genes play more of a role in sexual orientation then something like handiness! Women who have multiple sons tend to have a gay son among the younger ones because her female body attacks male fetuses making them more feminine; but does being a feminine male make you gay? This video is a hilarious, truthful and simplistic.

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2 thoughts on “If You Know Anyone Who Is Afraid Of Gay People, Here’s A Cartoon That Will Ease Them Back To Reality

  1. What an awesome cartoon! Thanks for finding this! They really made their point and made it fun. I am surprised that these studies have not been in the public media more. Super interesting.

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  2. That’s pretty great! I wonder, though, if finding a specific genetic source of being gay or realizing that something like testosterone/estrogen therapy for mothers during pregnancy might lead people who are afraid of or prejudice against gay or lesbian individuals to try and prevent the birth of a gay child. It’s amazing the lengths people will go to when they are afraid or ignorant…

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