Whom You Love
the biology of sexual orientation
The brief discription of the project is listed as such:
Reviewing scientific evidence that processes at work before birth
influence sexual orientation.
Nature has a say in whom you love.
I don’t need to write much more than that. The creators of this project are hoping to create a documentary (or a series of docs if the money is there) on the subject and, perhaps most tantalizing, if at all possible air it on a major network.
Anyone who has an interest in the area of sexual orientation knows that scientists have been studying it for over half a century. This has included geneticists, biologists, sociologists and any number of fields. Unfortunately, the findings of these fields are often kept at arm’s reach from each other and are only discussed together when they seemingly discredit one another. Here is a chance to unite all the different research under one roof and finally craft a conscious scientific opinion.
If you have any investment in this topic, either because you are fascinated by human biology or are a member or ally of the LGBT community, I highly recommend that you get behind this project.
I know there are people out there for whom science will always be an enemy and no amount of evidence will ever change their minds.
But for many, many people sitting on the fence, their barrier to acceptance is small and something like this could be their Berlin Wall moment.
A documentary like this could help break down some of the roadblocks to gay marriage.
It could be the difference between a parents rejection or acceptance of their child.
It could be a bridge along the pathway to true and lasting equality.
Get involved, throw in your support and let’s make a change.