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Filice_A_PSY_Homosexual_5 - Historical and Scientific...

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Historical and Scientific Perspectives on Homosexuality Anthony Filice PSY 265 October 16, 2011 Dr. Jocelyn Enabulele Abstract In the following I will discuss how historical and scientific perspectives on homosexuals shaped the gay community as it is today. I will also analyze in my opinion, how it is to come out for a gay individual, whether it is to their parents, family, friends, or whoever else. I plan to explain these thoughts in my own words and
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2 Historical and Scientific Perspectives on Homosexuality also my opinion, I will also explain how the perspectives on homosexuals have shaped me as an individual and have shaped my sexual orientation. I have also enlisted commentary from some of my gay friends for their opinions on the matter, I will not include quotes or names of these people though.
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3 Historical and Scientific Perspectives on Homosexuality Historical and Scientific Perspectives on Homosexuality I am an openly straight, completely heterosexual individual. I can honestly tell you that I have never had a homosexual or homoerotic experience or thought, but I also believe in the freedom for one to
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course PSY 201 taught by Professor Richardkirkmiller during the Winter '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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