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    WHAT SCIENCE WON'T TELL YOU ABOUT HOMOSEXUALITY

    WHAT SCIENCE WON'T TELL YOU ABOUT HOMOSEXUALITY

    Within the lesbian community there exists a common perception that lesbians comprise two types, "butch," having more masculine characteristics, and "femme," having more feminine characteristics. The present study investigated the question of whether these perceptions are reflected in different levels of the predominantly male hormone testosterone.

    Testosterone belongs to a class of male hormones called androgens. But women also have testosterone. The ovaries produce both testosterone and estrogen. Relatively small quantities of testosterone are released into your bloodstream by the ovaries and adrenal glands.

    Salivatory testosterone levels and "butch/femme" ratings were obtained from 28 lesbian couples. Individuals within couples tended to be opposite in "butch/femme" ratings. within couples, individuals with higher "butch" ratings had significantly higher testosterone levels ratings.

    The roots of homosexuality are still a mystery but Estrogen, the female hormone, is the default hormone and if testosterone is not present in a developing fetus, it will develop into a girl, whether it actually has the genetics of a female or not. Science doesn't want to be upfront about homosexuality because of its disagreements with religion but let the story be told homosexuality is the results of too much testosterone for women and too much estrogen for men. The most common symptoms of high estrogen in men include these eight:

    Sexual dysfunction (low libido, decreased morning erections, decreased erectile function) Enlarged breasts. ... Increased abdominal fat (can also be a symptom of low estrogen).

    Let's be real homosexuality is not a choice it is all about the male and female hormones.