Homosexuality ≠ AIDS

Homosexuality ≠ AIDS

Generally speaking, most homosexuals start to notice their distinctive sexual orientation in their teens, but because the entire social environment is dominated by heterosexuality.
Coupled with homosexuals, many of them have been inculcated with negative concepts of being dirty, immoral, etc., so that many homosexuals often have anxiety reactions that are unacceptable to their sexuality, and that suppress or reject them.
Therefore, to understand the self and to identify with it is the first test that homosexuals must face.
  After self-understanding and self-identification, another difficult issue facing homosexuals is whether to expose themselves as homosexuals; and the objects include parents, relatives, and friends.
Because often after the disclosure, the interpersonal relationships of many homosexuals will change greatly, and the risks and unpredictability they bring are quite high.
This is why most homosexuals take a more reserved attitude when looking at this subject. After all, everyone wants a less stressful living environment.
Imagine that if you are a homosexual who is “disgusted” by the general public, as you grow older, you will come from the Quartet and hope that you will find the other half of the future as soon as the pressure increases. How will you inspire your parents and familyMouth, tell them that this immutable essence is also the pain and annoyance that ordinary heterosexuals can hardly realize.
  Since the American Psychiatric Association officially removed homosexuality from mental illness in 1973, various psychological and biological researches on homosexuality have continued, and it is generally estimated that homosexuals account for about 4% of the total population.
In common terms, Gay refers to gay men, Lesbian refers to lesbians, Bisexual refers to bisexuals, and Straight refers to heterosexuals.
In a recent scientific research report, it was found that the genes affecting homosexuality appear to be on the human X chromosome, which is strongly related to maternal inheritance.
  The so-called homophobia is the fact that fear of homosexuality results in many abnormal behaviors.
Such as attacking homosexuals, barriers to contact with friends of the same sex, etc.
The emergence of homophobia can be roughly divided into two situations: (1) Being homosexual but unable to accept the fact that they are homosexual, even suppressing and starting to fear homosexuals.
  (2) He is heterosexual, but because of his prejudice and misunderstanding about homosexuality, he is afraid that the existence of homosexuality will undermine the stability of the traditional patriarchal system, which will cause a strong sense of rejection.
  (3) Because I don’t know about AIDS, I am afraid of being infected by homosexuality.
  We must reiterate here and again: homosexuality ≠ AIDS. AIDS is an infectious disease that everyone can be infected with. In recent years, the number of heterosexual people infected with AIDS has already surpassed homosexuality.
The only difference between homosexuals and ordinary people is that they like to fall in love with people of the same sex as themselves.