Homosexuality

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Homosexuality can be defined as a sexual orientation and a sense of personal and social identity with or without alternative life style. For some western countries homosexual issues are the norms and are accepted in their lives but it is different with countries like Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore and others. The majority of them are from among those who are Muslims. Their views on homosexual issues are different in that they assume homosexual acts are totally wrong because they are strictly forbidden in Islam and are a great sin if it is done. Homosexuality means, the sexual orientation and fantasies, with or without overt sexual behavior with same sex partner. Homosexuality in women is called lesbianism and men are usually referred to as…show more content…
So in this paper, we would like to talk on the problem that lead to homosexuality and the solutions to overcome this problem.
Homosexual lifestyle show countries identity. So here we try to discuss more on the first problem, which is homosexuality are cause from the environmental influences. Environmental factors such as geographic birthplace and family relationships and the probability of marrying a same-sex or opposite-sex partner. Homosexuality may be triggered by environmental factors during childhood after scientists found that genetic changes which happen after birth can determine whether a man is straight or gay. The finding is highly controversial because it suggests that some men are not born gay, but are turned homosexual by their surroundings. It also raises privacy concerns that medical records could reveal sexuality. The massive study also finds that the number of brothers and sisters increases the probability of marrying heterosexually. As being mentioned, geographic birthplace is one of the factor. The researchers found that birth place relates to the sexual orientation of marriage partner. Being born in urban settings increased
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By contrast, in a study doing genetic analysis of 409 pairs of homosexual brothers, including twins, strong evidence was found that some homosexual men are born homosexual. The study, including approximately three times as many people as the previous largest study on this subject, indicates that it is significantly more statistically reliable. It links sexual orientation in men with two regions of the human genome that have been implicated before. Although there is no substantial evidence which suggests parenting or early childhood experiences play a role in sexual orientation, a Cameron 2006 study found that "parents' sexual inclinations influence their children's. A study published in 2010 confirmed this result and stated, "Despite numerous attempts to bias the results in favour, Cameron's (2006) hypothesis that gay and

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