posted on Jun, 29 2013 @ 11:05 PM
reply to post by Wonderer2012
Ok so let's look a cause then. I will prefrace my thoughts as just that, my thoughts.
It seems to me that children below the age of adolescence are more concerned about roles than they are about sexuallity. I believe that at this age a
certian amount of imprinting occurs, be it primarily masculine or feminin. I would say this is standard for most children. The issue comes up when
adolescince occurs and insecurity an inferiority take place. It is also a time when identity is established. If insecurity and inferiority are not
resolved, and imprinting is defaulted to feminin to males and masculine with females, it is engrained into the subconscious creating homosexual
ideations. It is the default in which the person felt the most secure during a time of insecurity and inferiority. This then becomes their identity
and their reality. It is this imprinting which could be the subconscious root to homosexuality. Hypothetically, this could be why some teens
experiment and never become homosexual, or become bisexual, and how others never become heterosexual.
Now we see popular culture. Pop culture tends to teetor on the fringe of established society. Its task to slowly edge views away from rigid social
order. Over time, society conforms to pop culture from one generation to the next. Logically, subcultures once shunned by established society become
"hip" or trendy, leading itself into curiosity for adolescince from one generation to the next.
Case in point, homosexuality is not exclusive to westren culture, but it is the most prevailent. In primative cultures this would be viewed as a type
of phenomina as it may not be promoted by said culture. These cultures could see homosexuality as witchcraft, sorcery, or possession of evil spirits.
Why? Because beyond territory and resources, procreation is vital to the survival of the society. This is not the case with western society. I
So, I think the root cause to homosexuality is psycoemotional identity developemental process, reinforced by popular cultural progression from
established social norms; culminating itself into its own distinct subcultural meme. Like I said, these thoughts are just based on my opinion...for
what its worth.