I watched the videos, and I agree
I didn't watch the videos, and I agree
I watched the videos, and I disagree
I didn't watch the videos, and I disagree
I still don't know
Don't know, and further don't care
Other (there's always one ....)
"you're better off on Stormfront discussing how evil brown men are taking innocent white flowers." Infinite Chaos
I'm not saying sexual orientation is a "choice"; clearly it's not. Nobody's is.
I'm just pointing out that even if it were, there is precedent for protecting people from being discriminated against for the choices they make... such as which religious denomination they choose to belong to.
You clearly define sexual different than I do.Now you are bringing up labels that people use to self-identity. I wasn't talking about that at all. All I'm saying is that children demonstrate undeveloped sexual behaviors, including attraction, at an early age. It's innocent and they don't think anything of it, but it definitely happens.
Innate behavior that isn't sexual.That's partly true, but there is also innate behavior at work.
I guess it depends on what you consider sexuality.I've already said that childhood sexuality is nothing like adulthood sexuality because it is highly undeveloped, but it exists nonetheless. Saying that children have no sexuality is wrong.
It's just a comparison that came to mind. I'm comparing a females chest to sexuality. You can choose to see the comparison or not to see it. Whether you agree or not is another story.This has nothing to do with what we're talking about.
We are. I could say the same about you. We clearly don't agree on what sexuality is.We're not. You just don't seem to want to accept what I'm saying.
This is not, to my knowledge, refuted in medical, psychiatric, or academic circles.
Sexuality is an innate component of the human makeup.
Children masturbate; children engage in secretive sex play with other children.
These behaviors are normal for children, despite the fact that adults discourage them, or at least don't actively condone them.
It's not what "I think" sexuality is, it is what it is. Do some research and enlighten yourself. These aren't recently established facts. Childhood sexuality has been a topic of academic discussion for a long time now.
You may want to start with this very easy-to-google link:
Child sexuality - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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According to the article you posted. I was correct when i said childhood masturbation and sexual play are not normal.You are just ignorant and that is not your fault, but if you don't research and increase your knowledge, that is your fault.