Thursday, February 11, 2010

Proof that homosexuality results from nurture.

Ironically, courtesy of the government schools of San Francisco, which have recently decided (despite a $113 million budget shortfall already) to spend $120,000 on a program for homosexual students.

Now how do we know this demonstrates nurture resulting in homosexuality? Simple; over 11% of San Francisco students identify as homosexual, bisexual, and so on, while only about 1-3% of the population as a whole does. This is a statistically significant anomaly that can only really be explained by the fact that.....

....San Francisco is probably the most friendly city in the nation, if not the world, to these "alternative lifestyles." Thank you, San Francisco, for demonstrating that nurture, not nature, leads to homosexuality.

4 comments:

pentamom said...

Or at least, thinking homosexuality's cool and wanting to answer survey questions that way results from nurture.

And since it's kids, you can't use the argument that they choose to live there because of the environment. Not unless it's directly hereditary, which nobody claims, as far as I know.

W.B. Picklesworth said...

Yeah, and if it's directly hereditary, and you believe in evolution... Well, it gets pretty interesting trying to dig yourself out of that hole.

Bike Bubba said...

Good points, especially as fewer high school students than junior highers answered that way. Hopefully these kids aren't permanently injured by the peer pressure there.

Also of note is that the problem of abuse and harassment appears to be worse there than elsewhere. Puts the lie to the idea that if we only "tolerated" (accepted) the behavior, all would be right with their world.

Marie said...

Amen!