In his criticism of the recent report by Mayer and McHugh on the lack of a genetic explanation for homosexual and transgender conduct, Dean Hamer looks into the problem of mental issues, arguing that society is to blame for all personal problems which homosexuals may face. Continue reading Gay-lib reactions to the Mayer and McHugh report, part 2: mental and behavioral problems
Gay-lib magazine The Advocate has released a response by Dean Hamer to the Mayer & McHugh report of August last. The two scientific researchers demonstrated that there is no scientific evidence to substantiate a genetic origin for either sexual feelings or gender identity. Hamer on the other hand was the geneticist who claimed he had identified the “gay gene” in 1998, thereby proving the “born that way” theory. The Advocate writes: “The right wing is pushing a study that isn’t based in sound science, says famed geneticist Dean Hamer.” Who is Dean Hamer, what has been his role in gay-lib, what is he doing now as filmmaker and full-time activist for the radical transgender agenda, and what exactly is his point? Continue reading Gay-lib reactions to the Mayer and McHugh report, part 1: Dean Hamer
In our previous article, we have outlined what the researchers Mayer and McHugh found on the subject of fluidity of gender and orientation. On the website The Daily Signal, researcher Ryan T. Anderson demonstrates what these scientific findings mean for Obama’s executive orders, where this president is bypassing the democratic process in congress. Anderson is a senior research fellow in American Principles and Public Policy at The Heritage Foundation. The impact, so he argues, is huge. Continue reading The policy implications of the new Mayer and McHugh study
In August 2016 a groundbreaking study was published in the New Atlantis journal entitled “Sexuality and Gender: Findings from the biological, psychological and social sciences.” by two researchers Dr. Lawrence Mayer and Dr. Paul McHugh. This study draws from sixty years of research.
The major findings include:
1. “The idea that individuals are “born that way” – that sexual orientation is a biologically fixed, innate human trait is not supported by scientific evidence.”
2. “The idea that an individual could be “a man trapped in a woman’s body or a woman trapped in a man’s body” – in other words, the notion that a gender identity that is independent from or in conflict with biological sex, cannot be supported by scientific evidence.” Continue reading New scientific evidence Mayer and McHugh proves you were not ‘born that way’