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Leader of Brazil's Homosexual Movement Admits Existence of Ex-Gays
Says, "we need you heterosexuals, we love you so that you may reproduce children to become homosexuals"
BRAZIL, May 12, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Luiz Mott, the undisputed leader of Brazil's homosexual movement, has admitted on national television that no one is born homosexual, and that people can change their sexual orientations.
In a recent appearance on the highly popular late night talk show "Programa do Jô" aired on Brazil's Globo network, Mott told the host that he is a "former heterosexual."
"I am an ex-heterosexual in the same way that there are ex-gays, people that were not 100% homosexual," said Mott. "They had some experiences, did not like them and then joined the other side."
Although Mott attributed change to people who were "not 100% homosexual," he made it clear to host Jô Soares that he believes that "all human beings have, as Freud said it, a bisexual desire," and that sexual preference is something fluid and changeable.
"Fortunately human sexuality is cultural and constructed and can change. I think I am not going to change anymore because I am very much accustomed and happy," he told Soares.
Read more: Life Site News
Originally posted by MrVertigo
It's actually kind of cute how this is touted as being an "admission" and "truth comes out of the closet"
I thought it was pretty well known that sexuality is a spectrum. No one is 100% one or the other. Everyone is bisexual to a greater or smaller extent.
And the gradual orientation of a given individual can change over time.
And of course social and cultural circumstances are contributing factors.