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jadedctrl wrote

So, here's my world-view right now:

people aren't "born gay, bi, straight, or pan", but are born with a stronger predisposition or inclination toward a certain point on the spectrum (hormone levels in the womb causing this). Sexuality is fluid, but that inclination can be pretty strong for people-- for social and physiological reasons.

It's some weird mixture of a couple different hypotheses on causes of queer sexuality, but it makes sense to me.

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zzuum wrote

I think the study method is suspect. Just looking at whether or not eyes dilate seems susceptible to error--couldn't many things that surprise you make your pupils dilate?

Not that I disagree with the findings, though that could be the issue--presupposing the results.

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DissidentRage wrote

Right. Feeling nauseated by the prospect of having sex with another man is entirely built out of social anxiety, based on something as minimal as eye dilation.