1. Landerson Landerson United States says:

    The person quoted in this article, Petter Brockman, is a former zoologist who builds exhibits and does school tours at the Natural History Museum in Oslo. Hardly an expert. It's irresponsible to believe something just because it's posted on the internet. Don't be ignorant, people. There is NOTHING that fully explains homosexuality in humans. There are studies that explain homosexuality in some of the gay community (abuse, hormone imbalance, etc.) but nothing definitive that explains 100% of homosexuality, unlike heterosexuality. Check it out for yourself.

    • -_- -_- United States says:

      OK, so three years later and the ignorance has gotten even worse. Why doesn't that surprise me.

      And what's ironic is the huge debate going on now over people's sexual orientation. What I don't understand is the fact that people are ACTUALLY DEBATING over CIVIL RIGHTS! This study clearly shows homosexuality occurs in other animals. What could possibly be a more scientifically proven study? If you find one, I'll give you a cookie.

      And if this outrageous bill gets passed, people might as well take the next step and make sure that two male/female animals don't accidentally fall in love with each other. We wouldn't want that to happen now, would we? That would just end the would, because the opinions MUST be true. Silly people thinking those "studies" and "facts" will explain things better than people's opinions! Seriously? It's like you're saying the sky is orange while you're staring at it.

      And who is to say that homosexuality isn't the "true" sexual orientation? How about this, let's all just move on with our lives instead of dwelling on something so irrelevant. Don't you people have better things to do anyways, like go to church, get friends, ANYTHING!

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