Category: Sexuality Fluidity

Debunking the Myths

Christian Concern have produced a video with highlights of yesterday’s conference.

Has Helmer got a point?

Did you read this in the Daily Mail (yes, I know) today? Helmer says the NHS should be allowed to spend money on helping homosexuals become straight. He says it is no different to NHS sex-change operations and, bizarrely, compares

Royal College of Psychiatrists Backtrack on Sexuality Causation

Well now, this is really interesting. The Royal College of Psychiatrists considers that sexual orientation is determined by a combination of biological and postnatal environmental factors. There is no evidence to go beyond this and impute any kind of choice into the origins

Lisa Diamond – Male Sexuality More Fluid Than We Thought

Fascinating research from the University of Utah academic. Karen Booth has more. Is homosexuality unchangeable? Are gays and lesbians exclusively attracted to their own genders? Does a person who experiences same-sex attraction always proceed developmentally to the acceptance of a

Come Out, Come Out, Wherever You Are

The “Cure Me, I’m Gay” documentary earlier this week has got me thinking. One thing that I have noticed amongst men who seek to change their homosexuality is that often they feel that the church will see them as somehow

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Cure Me, I’m Gay

You know, it is possible to make a great documentary that is lousy science. In Cure Me, I’m Gay, TV doctor Christian Jessen made a tour around various therapies and approaches to reduce homosexuality (the eponimous host of Embarrassing Bodies

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