Biological or Socio-Cultural Homosexuality

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chris

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Jan 3, 2013
 
To all Greeks, Turks, and Greek speaking/Turkish speaking Cypriots:
I am taking it upon myself to carry out some research concerning homosexuality, and peoples perception of the phenomenon especially within Socio-cultural Cyprus. My posting and so the results I will gain from this forum are merely 2% of what I will collate for my work (due to me actually carrying out participant observational techniques in regard to my fieldwork, and there being no credible evidence the people on this forum are a)Cypriot b)genuine C)the sex they claim to be d)one person using various names – however this can also be to my advantage in collating another dimension to my research, namely exuding total anonymity and so possibly a more thorough and genuine response from forum users (not worrying about repercussions from their isolated Cypriot community).(NOTE THAT I AM CONCENTRATING MORE SO ON MALE HOMOSEXUALITY, YET FEMALE USERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO COMMENT NEVERTHELESS).
I am interested if individuals believe homosexuality is driven through biological factors, social constructive ones or even a collaboration of both. There have been various studies supporting the notion that homosexuality is swayed by the early uterine environment of the foetus, although a genetic predisposition to this influence is also necessary. If you consider yourself to be gay/straight/bisexual please also state this if you have no reservations, due to this portraying the perspective from whence you derive your answers. I am interested whether those that are considered straight can get sexually aroused (hence in the male form an erection) for others of the same sex, yet still refrain from using the identity “Homosexual”, and continue to be thought of as heterosexual. Additionally from a socio-cultural perspective I am interested to hear how those of you currently living in Cyprus believe the stigma of homosexuality has changed if at all. All contributions are welcome, and please be thoughtful in your answers.(Note that I am an University Anthropology student and in all the forums concerning credible results for Cypriot nationals, this forum seems the most credible, and for this reason I am posting here).
Themistocles

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Jan 3, 2013
 
chris wrote:
To all Greeks, Turks, and Greek speaking/Turkish speaking Cypriots:
I am taking it upon myself to carry out some research concerning homosexuality, and peoples perception of the phenomenon especially within Socio-cultural Cyprus. My posting and so the results I will gain from this forum are merely 2% of what I will collate for my work (due to me actually carrying out participant observational techniques in regard to my fieldwork, and there being no credible evidence the people on this forum are a)Cypriot b)genuine C)the sex they claim to be d)one person using various names – however this can also be to my advantage in collating another dimension to my research, namely exuding total anonymity and so possibly a more thorough and genuine response from forum users (not worrying about repercussions from their isolated Cypriot community).(NOTE THAT I AM CONCENTRATING MORE SO ON MALE HOMOSEXUALITY, YET FEMALE USERS ARE ENCOURAGED TO COMMENT NEVERTHELESS).
I am interested if individuals believe homosexuality is driven through biological factors, social constructive ones or even a collaboration of both. There have been various studies supporting the notion that homosexuality is swayed by the early uterine environment of the foetus, although a genetic predisposition to this influence is also necessary. If you consider yourself to be gay/straight/bisexual please also state this if you have no reservations, due to this portraying the perspective from whence you derive your answers. I am interested whether those that are considered straight can get sexually aroused (hence in the male form an erection) for others of the same sex, yet still refrain from using the identity “Homosexual”, and continue to be thought of as heterosexual. Additionally from a socio-cultural perspective I am interested to hear how those of you currently living in Cyprus believe the stigma of homosexuality has changed if at all. All contributions are welcome, and please be thoughtful in your answers.(Note that I am an University Anthropology student and in all the forums concerning credible results for Cypriot nationals, this forum seems the most credible, and for this reason I am posting here).
You're a liar, you just want stimulation from other peoples attention, and you're probably a 19 year old fggaot on a hair-dressing apprenticeship and still living with your parents.
chris

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Jan 3, 2013
 
No i am not a liar, i am a genuine anthropology student, and this is a module of interest to me. Also you are a disgrace for using the term faggot (please learn how to spell), and i seriously doubt a hairdressing apprentice could employ language as eloquent this level.

I will start then, I am 23 years old and of Greek and Greek Cypriot descent. I am homosexual yet no one would think I am, I act like a normal masculine man, I go gym and am muscular. I have never ever gotten sexually aroused by a women (in the male case erect), yet I can still appreciate if a girl is physically attractive. I exclusively am attracted to men (in the male case erect), and regard the male physical form as one of perfection. I am not religious and so have no problems in this regard, yet am not adverse to the notion of a higher being (due to one arguing Natural selection, evolution, the selfish gene, the big bang, virtual particles coming from nothing as it were (even though a fluctuating mass is evident) can all be explained through the workings and pre-programmed design of a higher power such as God -yet equally can all be explained through no higher power and so no God would need to be in existence). Please comment your own experiences below….
Themistocles

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Jan 3, 2013
 
chris wrote:
No i am not a liar, i am a genuine anthropology student, and this is a module of interest to me. Also you are a disgrace for using the term faggot (please learn how to spell), and i seriously doubt a hairdressing apprentice could employ language as eloquent this level.
I will start then, I am 23 years old and of Greek and Greek Cypriot descent. I am homosexual yet no one would think I am, I act like a normal masculine man, I go gym and am muscular. I have never ever gotten sexually aroused by a women (in the male case erect), yet I can still appreciate if a girl is physically attractive. I exclusively am attracted to men (in the male case erect), and regard the male physical form as one of perfection. I am not religious and so have no problems in this regard, yet am not adverse to the notion of a higher being (due to one arguing Natural selection, evolution, the selfish gene, the big bang, virtual particles coming from nothing as it were (even though a fluctuating mass is evident) can all be explained through the workings and pre-programmed design of a higher power such as God -yet equally can all be explained through no higher power and so no God would need to be in existence). Please comment your own experiences below….
Firstly you try typing in the word f......t and see what happens, it's inappropriate and rejected by the mediator. Secondly you're lying again
chris

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Jan 3, 2013
 
Mate not only are you starting to piss me off, you are sounding quite paranoid. Also look up there - ah yes i wrote faggot, and it did not get taken down. I bet you are some old sad biggoted man, leave this forum please to those of a genuine position. There is no reason for me to lie. Also get educated please
Themistocles

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Jan 3, 2013
 
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Mate not only are you starting to piss me off, you are sounding quite paranoid. Also look up there - ah yes i wrote faggot, and it did not get taken down. I bet you are some old sad biggoted man, leave this forum please to those of a genuine position. There is no reason for me to lie. Also get educated please
You don't have to be a bitch mate, i really couldn't give a fcuk about you or your life
John

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#7
Jan 3, 2013
 
10 per cent of Greek males are gay Chris but you are not one of them .You are a TURK!!!
Every gay man knows it is biological, so you are not gay!!! You are a sneaky STRAIGHT TURK!!!
GO HOME MUSLIM IMMIGRANT!!!

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