homosexuality is part of who a person really is
from the moment of conception.
Is homosexuality a mental disorder?

"Psychologists, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals agree that homosexuality is not an illness, mental disorder or an emotional problem.

Interview with:
Maximilian Fuentes Fuhrmann, Ph.D.
Clinical Psychology/Gerontology
Homosexuality is inherent.

Homosexuality seems to be simply an inherent aspect of human nature. There have always been homosexuals in human society.

Interview with:
Gabrielle J. Forman
Psychotherapist
More than ever before, heated public policy debates over sexual orientation point to a serious need for a better understanding of LGBT community.  Young adolescents who are facing the problem of coming out would benefit from these interviews.

Anyone interested in seeking a deeper level of understanding into the complexities and subtleties of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community will also find these interviews an invaluable resource.
Are you born gay?
What causes people to be gay?

If I Chose to Be Gay, When Did You Choose to Be Straight?  There are no simple answers to the questions.

Interview with: GARY J. GATES
Williams Distinguished Scholar
The Williams Institute, UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles
Research shows that homosexuals could indeed be well adjusted functioning people.

"[Homosexuality] is nothing to be ashamed of, no vice, no degradation, it cannot be
classified as an illness." Sigmund Freud

Interview with: Vernon Rosario, MD
Assistant Clinical Professor, UCLA
Department of Psychiatry
Sexual orientation is built into the DNA.

How the The Kinsey Scale and Science changed the perception of  homosexuality in the last few decades.

Interview with: Rabbi, Elliot Dorff,  Ph.D.
Rector and Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
American Jewish University
THE STRAIGHT TRUTH
to STOP all forms of bigotry and hatred based on fear and misinformation.
Biological factors do play a role in one's sexual orientation.

What causes a person to have a particular sexual orientation?

Eric Vilain, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor of Human Genetics, Pediatrics and Urology
Director, Center for Gender-Based Biology
Chief, Medical Genetics, Department of Pediatrics
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA