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I have studied a lot of psychology and read that nearly 1/2 of all women have at least kissed another woman on the lips. I have also read where bisexuality has increased in the past few years, men and women, but mostly women. Some women have been sexual with another woman at some point, maybe just once or twice, but later consider themselves hertrosexual.
You think music plays a part or should something be done?
I remember being a teenage guy, if another dude did that to another dude, they would have got punched in the face. None of us wanted even a hint of ambiguity in our herosexuality. I'm sure today's kids think its not quite as scandalous to be gay/bi, but I still think you might get the same reaction if a guy kisses another guy out of the blue.
People make choices. People are influenced by their environment. The LGBT movement has promoted this idea that everyone has a 'sexual orientation' that they are born with, that can't change, and that it is a part of who they are.IntimateMoment wrote: ↑Fri Jun 30, 2023 4:53 am What is your view of songs like "I kissed a girl and I liked it" which played on all radio and tv for kids to hear. Some surveys say after that the number of girls that have been sexual with another girl which was generally in the low teen percentages increased to nearly half. Of course the stories of girls in dorms or sororities in college have been around for generations. But the influence of pop culture women admitting they are Bi seems to have many more girls "trying" it. Just a right of passage? Or something should be done about this? No song is going to make someone change their orientation?
There are a lot of problems with that. For one thing, there was a body of academic psychological research that showed that a lot of male homosexuals became homosexuals after not bonding with their fathers in their formative years, who then came to eroticize male affection. That doesn't fit the LGBT movement narrative. Regardless of one's upbringing or feelings, choosing to engage in sinful sexual behavior is sinful.
Also, there are a lot of people who experiment with certain sexual experiences as children or teens when someone the same age or older (molester) encourages them in that direction.
And I do think garbage like 'I kissed a girl' probably led more girls into experimenting with sexual perversion. The current trend to accept LGBT, to consider people who 'come out of the closet' to be brave and praise them for it, etc. brainwashes gullible teenagers and some adults to identify as gay, the opposite sex, or whatever else.
There are apparently more kids coming out as gay or trans in states where it is more socially accepted to do so. It's not just a matter of more trans kids being suppressed in the other states.
Transsexual individuals have higher suicide rates, before surgery or after surgery (especially men who go through it.) Encouraging children down a path that will lead to chemical or physical castration, a number of painful surgeries to change secondary sex characteristics, etc. is incredibly evil and immoral. Some of these children and their parents are victims of evil being promoted by counselors who are supposed to have some kind of expertise, who tell them the choice is between suicide and trans surgery.
The 'winner' here is the medical industry. I hear the wealthy individuals behind the propaganda are very invested in the medical industry.