Corresponding Author: Marilyn J. Counseling Psychologist. Finally, participants reported meeting strangers who openly voiced antigay views either to the youth themselves, or to their parents or friends. Today, however, we know much more about the brain than we did when homosexuality was considered a disease that required treatment, and the amount of knowledge that we have about the brain is increasing.
The majority of focus groups were conducted in midsized cities and smaller towns outside the urban core of LGBT community programs in Seattle. The government did not make the changes at first and more people started to campaign for the rights of gay people.
For people who are queer and want to connect, fear not. And logically, a straight person could become gay too.