People In LGBT Are Not Born Gay: Study [VIDEO]
A recent study emerged that questioned the validity of the third sex. Two researchers pointed out that humans, in general, are not born gay.
Two researchers from Johns Hopkins University published a study where it was mentioned that the LGBT community's claims that they were born gay lacked scientific data. The researchers made it a point, however, that they are aware of the possible consequences that their publication might cause, according to ANONHQ.
Though the research gathered endless backlash among both anti and pro-LGBT communities, it was mentioned that they based their claims on science. The researchers elaborated that ongoing debate in regards to an individual's sexual orientations remains unanswered and more evidence needs to be acquired.
Dr. Lawrence Mayer, who is one of the researchers and his co-author Dr. Paul McHugh, pointed out the flaws of the said innate gender claims of the LGBT community. The study, which was divided into three sections, explained the correlation between the person's mental health and sexuality. The researchers also pointed out the correlation of the individual's sexual orientation and gender identity.
"There is little scientific evidence for the therapeutic value of interventions that delay puberty or modify the secondary sex characteristics of adolescents, although some children may have improved psychological well-being if they are encouraged and supported in their cross-gender identification," the researchers stated. "There is no evidence that all children who express gender-atypical thoughts or behavior should be encouraged to become transgender."
Their ongoing debate in regards to the innate and transgender conditioning still remains unanswered as both claims need additional scientific basis. The Breitbart previously mentioned that the College of Pediatricians considers "transgender conditioning" as a form of child abuse. What sparked their claims is the fact that most children, who said they are transgenders, are given drugs to block puberty and alter their biological development.