I'm a little apprehensive about posting this thread as it is a very touchy issue for some, so here we go. Today I received my final paper topic for psyc 1 by email. I don't like the topic but I have about a 5% chance of getting a new one, so I'm going to stick with it. I have - like the majority of you - come to understand that you don't turn homosexual, but are born homosexual. However, I'm assuming that the topic wants me to dive a lot farther than just saying your born that way, and move research the way of birth order, sibling ratio, the way the person was raised, and childhood experiences. I have already found several articles on the topic, but It always helps if I have some input from a large pool of people. So I'm extending my topic question onto you guys, What makes a homosexual, homosexual?