First of all, I'd like to say I hope Albor comes back. Starship has gotten far too agreeable for my tastes
Still, there's stuff I can work with here...
I'm talking about the facts stating that things happen in the womb that affect orientation. (Actually the studies suggest it, but to my reading, the suggestion is srong enough to be a fact for the purposes of this discussion). People then say, "....and therefore it can't be controlled."
And I'm like "Yeah, are we so sure?"
Okay, so what do you mean by "can't be controlled" Starship? Do you mean they have no physical control over whom they have sex with? Cause I don't know of any studies that suggest that. Do you mean: Have no control over whom they are attracted to? Cause I have some strong anecdotal and observed evidence that I have absolutely zero control over to whom I'm attracted, and neither do most people.
If you do mean the former (as I suspect you must), then we can agree with that and ask if the latter is true. Then the question becomes: Is it healthy to deny your sex drive and try to quash it?
Did you just call me Seven of Nine???
Sorry buddy, I don't care who you are (unless you're secretly a woman), Seven of Nine is hotter than you.
edited 2nd Feb '13 10:37:23 AM by Vericrat
Much to my BFF's wife's chagrin, No Pants 2013 became No Pants 2010's at his house.