I recently read an article in a psychology column somewhere that human beings are born without a sexual preference. We are just attracted to things that look beautiful to us whether it be men or women. However as we slowly grow up, society, family and moral values slowly narrows or dictates our sexual desires to a particular gender. They also say that no one in this world is completely gay or straight that there are always some form of basest desire in you that you may find the same sex attractive. Like sometimes I would be walking down the street and see this guy who is like drop dead gorgeous, and I would think to myself he is pretty handsome, even though I want nothing sexual to do with him. The study says that gays or bisexuals are found much more often in countries who openly accept their lifestyle like England or the Dutch. And those people that are completely gay or straight and could never find the same sex attractive are those that decide to psychologically shut down a part of our brain. People have been known to have lost memories or a certain period in their life, because their brain hides the memory in the person's subconscious. Could we as humans do the same thing for sexual attraction? Or do you think this theory is absurd.