posted on Jun, 29 2009 @ 08:12 PM
Reading all of the posts previous to this one, I saw a large number of people speaking of male (father) and female (mother) being crucial to a
I agree completely! Though these roles aren't gender specific. These are emotional roles. Nature and nurture have been defined as being gender
specific, but most homosexuals I know (and I know quite a few) tend to lean towards having one personality or another.
Another person brought up the "Butch and the...more effeminate of the two", and I can agree to that to an extent. Though, I think with most
homosexuals, they tend to encompass a little of both. Regardless, this does satisfy both emotional roles being practiced and both parts leading to a
Me personally, I have quite a few masculine traits and quite a few effeminate traits. I think it would do a child quite well to see that one gender
has no absolute role while the other gender picks up with the first lacks. It's called being well rounded...a crucial aspect in ANY childhood!
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