Common Questions About Sexual Orientation and Homosexuality
Many people believe things about homosexuality that aren't true. Here are some questions people sometimes have.
Question: Can gays and lesbians change their sexual orientation if they really want to? Can't they get some kind of treatment?
Question: Can child abuse cause homosexuality?
Question: I have an uncle who is gay. Should I worry about letting my children stay with him? Aren't gay people more likely to be child molesters?
Question: My lesbian daughter and her partner are adopting a little girl. I wonder if they can be good parents or if my new granddaughter will grow up to be gay?
Question: I've heard that people who are bisexual change partners a lot. Is it true?
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Last Revised: October 25, 2012
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