APA says Sexual Orientation Change Efforts Don't Work!

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    APA Press Release: Insufficient Evidence that Sexual Orientation Change Efforts Work, Says APA

    'Bout fucking time.
     
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    When will society realize that this is what people are, and they can't change them. Sigh...
     
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    :rofl:

    I think touch therapy is genius. He satiates his desires and gets paid for it, it's almost as if he's a whore.:tongue:

    Mother and I also need to have a conversation.:rolleyes:
     
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    A Daddy whore. :tongue:

    Once again, the APA is showing much progress in it's awareness of homosexuality since it's 1973 decision to remove homosexuality from it's manual. I believe that it represents psychiatry's attempt to adopt a new "adaptational" perspective of normality.
     
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    Years ago I saw a tv program based on the book BrainSex:The Biological Differences Between Men and Women, by Anne Moir (sp?). In the show it stated that 3/4 of all "sissyboys" grow up to be gay or bisexual men. Gee think it might be biological and not something that is learned or decided on?
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