posted on Apr, 2 2013 @ 03:57 PM
reply to post by ballymoney50
Its not a gene but a development issue in regards to feminization of the brain of males (to my knowledge girls are not affected since they do not Y
chromosome, most of them, there are girls that do have an Y chromosome).
Human sexuality is very complex, most is biological but sociological pressures and culture also have a large impact (see about ancient Greece and
Sparta). Sex is a social glue, family bonds, education, examples are extremely important especially until an individual gets over adolescence, the
tabu about same sex relation is a social issue, look at the Bonobo chimps the higher complexity social setup is the more sex gains importance (we can
see how sex and reproduction is important to any other social animal especially in regards to social order), humans have evolved to use sexuality for
other purposes than reproduction (that is one reason why females do not enter heat, the condition where a mammal is aroused sexually or where it is
especially fertile and therefore eager to mate, even if there are biological clues to the fertility of a female, like the study that shown that during
fertile periods the morphology of the face chances and becomes more symmetrical and appealing to the males), one example of how sexuality also adapted
to human society is how females tend to sync fertile periods, thought to level the plane field in sexual competition and the benefits of having babies
at the same time).
In any case I reiterate that the issue with sexual abnormality (I think is the best description, since it is not the normal, even if clearly some
deviations from the norm are natural) resides in culture and hormonal unbalances caused by pollution and contaminants.
edit on 2-4-2013 by
Panic2k11 because: (no reason given)