Change in sexual orientation

chapter1Huge amounts of impartial scientific evidence now make it clear that homosexuality is not biologically hard-wired and that change is possible. In New Zealand dr Neil E. Whitehead, PhD, looked for more than twenty years into 10.000 scientific papers and publications on homosexuality. His book “My Genes Made Me Do It!” (2013) takes a position based on objective and thorough research. He has worked as a scientist for the New Zealand government and the United Nations.

His book is used by people wanting to change their orientation because they show that homosexual orientation is not biologically imprinted or fixed.

Here is a summary of the first chapter of the book. We end this blog with a url-link to his original detailed scientific findings and links to the original papers he investigated for the first chapter (23 pages):

Change in sexual orientation

The huge amount of change in sexual orientation is one of the clearest evidences that homosexuality is not hard-wired by genes or anything in the biological environment.

Large studies now show that:

For adults:

About half of those with exclusive Same-Sex Attractions, or SSA’s, move towards heterosexuality over a lifetime. Put another way, 3% of the practicing heterosexual population (both men and women) claim to have once been either bisexual or homosexual.

– These changes are not therapeutically induced, but happen “naturally” in life, some very quickly.

– Most changes in sexual orientation are towards exclusive heterosexuality.

-Numbers of people who have changed towards exclusive opposite sex-attractions, or OSA’s, are greater than current numbers of bisexuals and exclusive SSA people combined. In other words, “Ex-gays outnumber actual gays.”

Exclusive OSA is 17 times as stable as exclusive SSA for men, and 30 times as stable as exclusive SSA for women. (Women move about more in their sexual orientation than men.) People move far more stable to opposite sex-attractions as they do to same-sex attractions. Same-sex attractions are more fleeting than opposite-sex attractions, according to science.

For adolescents:

– Most teenagers will change from SSA. In fact, in the 16 to 17 year age group, 98% will move from homosexuality and bisexuality towards heterosexuality.

-16 year olds saying they are SSA or Bi-attracted are 25 times more likely to say they are opposite sex attracted at the age of 17 than those with a heterosexual orientation are likely to identify themselves as bi-sexual or homosexual.

-16-year olds who claim they are opposite sex attracted will overwhelmingly remain that way.

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