But once you throw in sex, people go to what they know in viewing what they don't understand.
Not all straight guys are alike. Some guys are going to be traditional. Some aren't. I've been all over the map as to the type of partner I turn out to be: I've been the June Cleaver, and I've been the tomboy and everywhere in between. I don't dominate.
I think that for some people, it is a totally nature thing to be gay. One of the younger guys who used to work at my office has known he was gay since he was 10 or so. His parents didn't encourage it, he wasn't abused as a kid, and that is just who he is. My BIL's sister has been pretty sure she was gay since she was pretty young.
Where I question the nature aspect is when that person was sexually abused as a child. I'm not saying that sexually abusing children makes them gay as adults, but to deny that it could be a factor in determining a client's sexual orientation is providing them with politically correct counseling that may not meet their overall needs.
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