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Why are people gay? Is there a chemical imbalance?
8 doctors weighed in

Dr. Gaston Moran Celayes
Internal Medicine
4 doctors agree
In brief: No
According to the american psychiatric association there is nothing wrong with gay people.
Is just a preference. Some people doesn't like fish, others doesn't like the purple color. Their sexual preference goes to people of the same sex.

In brief: No
According to the american psychiatric association there is nothing wrong with gay people.
Is just a preference. Some people doesn't like fish, others doesn't like the purple color. Their sexual preference goes to people of the same sex.
Dr. Gaston Moran Celayes
Dr. Gaston Moran Celayes
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Dr. Ana Adelstein
Clinical Psychology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Hmm...
U could ask why some people have green eyes, why some are double-jointed, why some have red hair, why some don't like asparagus, why some like ice curling.
.. The world is filled w/ people of all shapes, colors & sizes, & they like (& dislike) all sorts of things. I'd be dubious of any scientist who said sexual orientation - gay, straight, bisexual, etc. - is a result of any balance of chemicals.

In brief: Hmm...
U could ask why some people have green eyes, why some are double-jointed, why some have red hair, why some don't like asparagus, why some like ice curling.
.. The world is filled w/ people of all shapes, colors & sizes, & they like (& dislike) all sorts of things. I'd be dubious of any scientist who said sexual orientation - gay, straight, bisexual, etc. - is a result of any balance of chemicals.
Dr. Ana Adelstein
Dr. Ana Adelstein
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Dr. Mark Fisher
Neurology
2 doctors agree
In brief: It's genetic
Although there would seem to be no evolutionary advantage to homosexuality, heterosexual parents in all places and all races continue to have homosexual children at about the same incidence generation after generation; so it seems to be part of the human condition.
In view of this modern knowledge, judgments about the "abnormality" of homosexuality tend to lose force.

In brief: It's genetic
Although there would seem to be no evolutionary advantage to homosexuality, heterosexual parents in all places and all races continue to have homosexual children at about the same incidence generation after generation; so it seems to be part of the human condition.
In view of this modern knowledge, judgments about the "abnormality" of homosexuality tend to lose force.
Dr. Mark Fisher
Dr. Mark Fisher
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Dr. Edwin Schuller
Family Medicine
2 doctors agree
In brief: No
People are what they are.

In brief: No
People are what they are.
Dr. Edwin Schuller
Dr. Edwin Schuller
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