Is LGBT a neurological misunderstanding ?

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  1. Mark Turner Banned Banned

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    Neurological control and the ability to choose the correct neurological binary decision is neurological absolute and objectivity .

    An incorrect choice of neurological binary choice can be considered neurologically subjective .

    Is LGBT a neurological misunderstanding by lack of education on the neurological process ?

    Thanks in advance .
     
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  5. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Who decides what is an "incorrect choice"?

    No.
     
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    Nobody decides what's an incorrect choice , objectivity defines the correct choice .
    We are born with a blank canvas , a simple neurological design that can store information in the way of memory . If we take away our memory we revert back to neurological emptiness , an empty space that contains 0 information .
    Free information is gained by our senses from birth , after that we develop our own thinking on what fits our own choice of lifestyle and neurological needs .
    An ability to understand the neurological
    process is an important aspect we need to educate ourselves with for the future .
     
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    Adding the word "objectively" doesn't help your case.

    If there is a "correct" choice then someone has decided what "correct" means, and to which "choice" it applies.

    So who decides what is "objectively" a "correct choice". God presumably?

    OK, but then you say this:

    OK, so we each individually decide what the choice is for ourselves.

    That is neither objective (it's subjective) nor correct (it's neither correct nor incorrect, merely a preference),
     
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    Nope. For sexual orientation/identity there is no "correct choice."
    No, we're not. That's a common misconception. We are born with a lot of behaviors, drives and preferences built in. Those can be modified, of course - but we do not start out as a 'blank slate.'
    No such thing in humans.
    Indeed.
     
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    An objective choice is not decided by anybody , it is decided by considering all the facts and logic that is involved in making any neurological binary choice.
    In example , if a women was experiencing neurological erotica and was aroused whilst in a room occupied by nothing but other women , does this mean she is a lesbian ?
    Of course not , no more than waking up alone with an erection means you fancy yourself .
    My point being that neurological confusion of sexuality etc is a lack of education in the neurological processes .
    In a persons years of puberty when emotions are running high , hormones can kick in anytime and neurological confusion can occur from this .
     
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    Sexual orientation is not "confusion." It is sexual orientation.
     
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    We are born with survival instincts that are in a sense behaviours , however that does not mean our neurological process contains any information . We gain neurological information by our senses and experiences , often a contributing factor in the developing of neurological maturity .
     
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    Not objectively , it is a lack of understanding of the neurological process . A person can be subjectively mislead by their own neurological process .
     
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    Can you provide an example of what you mean?
     
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    Of course , let's consider transgender , a person observes themselves in a mirror , objectively they see their own gender but their own neurological process is subjectively tricking them into thinking otherwise .
     
  17. wegs She knew how to fly all along... Valued Senior Member

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    So, you're suggesting that the person who is identifying as LBGTQ, is experiencing a neurological ''misunderstanding?''
     
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  18. Mark Turner Banned Banned

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    Yes that is correct!
     
  19. DaveC426913 Valued Senior Member

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    Indeed. And he doesn't stop there.
    He goes on to suggest that LBGTQs should be re-educated, and that will fix them.
     
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    I did not suggest that present lgbtqs needs reeducating but perhaps we could introduce neurological awareness into the education system , such as primary schools.
     
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    Yea

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    This has the makings of a creepy sci-fi novella. lol
     
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    Strong neurological influence starts to have effect on humans from about the age of 13. It is important if we are going to evolve to stage 3 of neurological process to become much more objective applying scientific vigour .
    The problem with neurological weakness , I.e giving in to subjectivity , is people have weak neurological immunity , you know , people can be easily offended by words etc .
    The subject is vast , a set with many multiple components that make the point .
     
  23. wegs She knew how to fly all along... Valued Senior Member

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    I try to give people the benefit of the doubt, but not sure if you realize how offensive this comes across. :/

    Do you personally know anyone within the LGBTQ community?
     
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