PSY 265

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How do you think historical and scientific perspectives on homosexuality may have shaped the way gay individuals perceive themselves?

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    The historic perspective of homosexuality is that it is evil, a sin that is chosen by the individual. The scientific perspective is that homosexuality is inborn and not a chosen way of life. The question asks how these persepectives may affect how homosexuals see themselves.

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