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TO RECOGNIZE SOME ANIMALS AND PLANTS AS BISEXUALS MEANS IT IS A NATURAL BEHAVIOR FOR SOME HUMANS

TO RECOGNIZE SOME ANIMALS AND PLANTS AS BISEXUALS MEANS IT IS A NATURAL BEHAVIOR FOR SOME HUMANS

Life has shown animals can be bisexual. Something not taught to them but a natural instinct for some. Research shows that homosexual behavior, not necessarily sex, has been documented in about 500 species as of 1999, ranging from primates to gut worms.

Even plants can be bisexual. Poison oak is essentially dioecious, (of a plant or invertebrate animal) having the male and female reproductive organs in separate individuals.

but it may also be polygamous with Bisexual and unisexual flowers on the same individual.

People want to believe that homosexuality is a learned behavior a process by which an individual acquires knowledge, attitudes and skills. Where the behaviour of an individual is thus changed through experiences. This change in behaviour brought about by experiences is commonly known as learning. So, if that be the case who did a three year old child learn homosexuality from if their father was a NBA all-time great basketball player. And if it is learned who did animals learn from.

If homosexuality is therefore learning then there had to be a change in behaviour from man to woman or Visa vie, or influenced by a dominate behaviour.

Meaning that male behavior going with that male body was aggressively taken over by only seeing the female behavior. Behavior only occurs because of practice or experience. What practice or experience does a three years old have with sexuality whom just recently weaning themselves from a bottle. Besides 90% of a child's brain development happens before age 5 the time you can see a homosexual child in the developing phase.