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Paul Varnell: Homotextual

Filed By Ed Team | January 19, 2008 7:29 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: gay men, origins of homosexuality

"Clever studies that manage to change an insect’s or animal’s overall behavior from male typical to female typical are not about homosexuality at all. Male homosexual behavior has no particular connection to acting like a female. It is not thinking or feeling or acting like a woman. It is about a man (whether top or bottom) being attracted as a man to other men."

-- Paul Varnell in an op ed in the Washington Blade

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