Making it easier for the chicken hawks by increasing confusion about gender and sexual orientation?

4Before they had gone to bed, all the men from every part of the city of Sodom—both young and old—surrounded the house. 5They called to Lot, “Where are the men who came to you tonight? Bring them out to us so that we can have sex with them.”

……….Genesis 19:4……..

The White House is illuminated in rainbow colors after today's historic Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage in Washington June 26, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

The White House is illuminated in rainbow colors after today’s historic Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage in Washington June 26, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

The morally nihilistic and  sexually anarchist  Obama administration has  appointed  Mr.  Randy  Berry its  LGBT  envoy. According  to  the  administration the  objective of  Mr. Berry’s  appointment  is  to  advance  the  rights  of  LGBT persons  around  the  world.

It is  well  known, however,  that law  affects culture, something  that  the  policy makers  in the  Obama  administration must be  well  aware  of.  

One  interpretation of  the results  of  the  poll  below  is  that modern british  culture , including  its  sex  education curriculum,  may  be  leading  to increased  confusion  over  sexual  identity.

 Could  what  has  been reported  in the poll  results  be  the  real  objective  of the  LGBTTTIQist political  agenda  i.e  to  foster  confusion  about sexual orientation and  gender identity (SOGI)  in  the  young  making  life  easier  for  the  chicken hawks ?

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Chicken+Hawk

Chicken Hawk
A Gay term for an older man that constantly chases after younger men typically in their 20’s.

The heterosexual female equivalent is the Cougar.

  

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The  following  research shows  what  we  already  know intuitively  about  sexual  orientation.  

It does  however  bring  to light  some   interesting  features

1. of   the  nature  of  bisexual  orientation among  approximately 19%  of  the  population ,   

2  of  the  possibility  that  the modern British  society  may  be  nurturing  bisexuals  and  

3. that  there  is  no  smooth  continous  Kinsey  scale  across  the  general  population.

The researchers found  :

Firstly  :   there  are  heterosexuals, bisexuals  and  homosexuals  in the  UK  population.

Secondly :  the  vast  majority  of  the population are  heterosexuals,   (72%)

Thirdly  :  a  small  minority  of  persons  are  homosexuals  ( 4%)

Fourthly : 19%  of  the  population  have bisexual  attraction  

 There  is variation in the  nature  of  the bisexual  attraction in this  19%  of  

the  population  with  the vast majority of  this  group  15%  of  the  19%  

tending to  heterosexuality ,  2%  in the  middle  and  2%  tending  to

homosexuality. It  is  among  bisexuals  that  something  akin to a Kinsey

scale could  be  considered.

Fifthly  :  significant  numbers  of    those  18  to 24 years  old  consider  themselves  to  be bisexual. modern  British  society may  be nurturing bisexuals

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https://yougov.co.uk/news/2015/08/16/half-young-not-heterosexual/?

1 in 2 young people say they are not 100% heterosexual

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Invented by Alfred Kinsey in the 1940s, the Kinsey scale plots individuals on a range of sexual dispositions from exclusively heterosexual at 0 through to exclusively homosexual at 6. Where the original study had a large number of methods for placing people, YouGov simply asked people to place themselves on the sexuality scale.

Taken as a whole, 72% of the British public place themselves at the completely heterosexual end of the scale, while 4% put themselves at the completely homosexual end and 19% say they are somewhere in between – classed as bisexual in varying degrees by Kinsey. Of the people that do place themselves in this 1-5 area, the majority incline away from homosexuality – 15% are closer to the heterosexual end, 2% directly in the middle and 2% are closer to the homosexual end.
With each generation, people see their sexuality as less fixed in stone. The results for 18-24 year-olds are particularly striking, as 43% place themselves in the non-binary area between 1 and 5 and 52% place themselves at one end or the other. Of these, only 46% say they are completely heterosexual and 6% as completely homosexual.
People of all generations now accept the idea that sexual orientation exists along a continuum rather than a binary choice – overall 60% of heterosexuals support this idea, and 73% of homosexuals. 28% of heterosexuals believe that ‘there is no middle ground – you are either heterosexual or you are not’.

But what does it mean to be at 1 on the scale, and what is the difference being here or at 2? According to the research, progressing further away from ‘completely heterosexual’ (0) towards the midpoint (3, or ‘completely bisexual’) increases the chance that you have had a sexual experience with a member of the opposite sex. 23% of those at level 1 have had a sexual encounter with a member of the opposite sex, while 52% of people at level 2 have had such an experience.

Clearly, these figures are not measures of active bisexuality – overall, 89% of the population describes themselves as heterosexual – but putting yourself at level 1 allows for the possibility of homosexual feelings and experiences. More than anything, it indicates an increasingly open minded approach to sexuality. In a further set of questions asking if respondents could conceivably be attracted to, have sex with or have a relationship with someone of the same sex (if the right person came along at the right time), level 1s were at least 35% more likely to say they could than level 0s.

See the full poll results

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