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Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 18 January 2022, 03:24
by JamiePrince16
I’ve been studying health and biology for about 10 years, I was diagnosed with autism as a child and it became an obsession to know what made me the way I was .

I came out of the closet 3 years ago to my family members and close friends. I’ve been studying factors that determine sexual orientation as well.

Along the way I’ve come across some very interesting research. I’m curious of everyone’s opinion.

This is a controversial topic but it deserves inquiry. I don’t mean to offend or upset anyone by posting this.

Exposure to the toxin mercury from environmental pollution is clinically proven to turn heterosexual birds homosexual . It disrupts their endocrine system and causes changes in testosterone and estrogen in their bodies resulting in the change in sexual orientation.

https://www.nature.com/articles/news.2010.641

https://miami.cbslocal.com/2011/03/01/i ... -ibis/?amp

This is the first time in documented history a conclusive environmental cause of homosexuality has been found in any species .

Due to environmental pollution we are all being exposed to this toxin the same way the birds were . Pollution goes up into the air and comes back down with the rain onto our crops, into our soil and into our water. It’s in all of the food we eat, even high levels in all of the baby food …

 https://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/ ... 506277001/

https://www.cnn.com/2021/02/04/health/b ... index.html

There are no studies to date regarding this topic in humans. But it is proven that mercury has the same affects on the hormones and the nervous system that it does on birds.

I’m curious everyone’s opinion on this especially those with a background in biology or science.

I struggle on a daily basis with many symptoms that can be attributed to mercury toxicity like anxiety, irritability, depression , fatigue, hormone problems etc . There have been many links between autism and mercury, I’m wondering if it plays a part in me being gay as well. :confused:

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 05:29
by JamiePrince16
I’d be especially interested in hearing any opinions from those on this board that have a background in biology or endocrine function .

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 05:52
by Derek
I'm just doing it for attention.

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 06:03
by JamiePrince16
Derek wrote:I'm just doing it for attention.


I enjoy a good laugh and having a sense of humor is important but did you actually click the links and read the studies ?

The toxin mercury turns heterosexual birds homosexual by causing major changes in their hormones and disrupting testosterone and estrogen levels in their bodies . These are hormones humans have too.

Hormones have a major impact on a persons overall demeanor and behavior as well as secondary sexual characteristics . Testosterone causes masculine changes , estrogen causes feminine changes .

The studies regarding the birds note that the higher the level of mercury exposure , the more likely the change in sexual orientation. They also note that pregnant female birds exposed to the toxin have a significantly higher rate of having gay offspring .

This is a toxin we are all being exposed to , some more than others . It’s also proven to be bio accumulating in the body and pass on from women to children during pregnancy .

I’ve spent a ton of time researching mercury because of its potential role in autism .

What are your thoughts on this ?

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 06:06
by Marmaduke
Personally, I have no intention to stop ingesting mercury. It’s delicious. If sucking a dick from time to time is the price I have to pay, then pay it I shall. With aplomb, good sir.

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 20:16
by PopTart
Does your homosexuality cause you discomfort, shame or upset?

Generally, people who have accepted themselves for who they are, don't spend a great deal of time, wondering why it is, they are the way they are. The simply accept it.

Maybe, instead of trying to "diagnose" the cause of your homosexuality, you'd do better to reconcile yourself to your desires.

Like Derek, the attention whore or Marmaduke, the glutton for punishment.

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 20:30
by Magic J
I was cursed with the gayness by an evil wizard.

Wizards suck, man.

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 22:03
by pozzie
I'm just worried now that I might ingest something that would turn me hetero

This fear could lead to anorexia or bulimia (though purging is such a turn off that would be hard to imagine)

however, that aside, I admit to being intrinsically interested in anything (genetics, environmental, social, etc) that might influence one's propensity towards or away from something - like sexual orientation, but also concentration, depression, autism, autoimmune disorders, night vision, mental health disturbances, whatever

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 22:23
by Marmaduke
pozzie wrote:I'm just worried now that I might ingest something that would turn me hetero

This fear could lead to anorexia or bulimia (though purging is such a turn off that would be hard to imagine)

however, that aside, I admit to being intrinsically interested in anything (genetics, environmental, social, etc) that might influence one's propensity towards or away from something - like sexual orientation, but also concentration, depression, autism, autoimmune disorders, night vision, mental health disturbances, whatever

Are you sure you’re getting enough mercury in your diet? I can’t see what you’ve got to worry about if you are.

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 23:20
by JamiePrince16
PopTart wrote:Does your homosexuality cause you discomfort, shame or upset?

Generally, people who have accepted themselves for who they are, don't spend a great deal of time, wondering why it is, they are the way they are. The simply accept it.

Maybe, instead of trying to "diagnose" the cause of your homosexuality, you'd do better to reconcile yourself to your desires.

Like Derek, the attention whore or Marmaduke, the glutton for punishment.


That’s a valid opinion.

Hypothetically speaking, let’s talk about the birds in those studies for a second.

These birds are completely healthy and normal and have normal mating rituals.

They are purposely poisoned with a known hormone and nervous system disrupting toxin.

As the result of being poisoned they experienced drastic changes in their behavior, immune function and sexual orientation/mating habits . They become very feminine, their bodies ability to utilize testosterone drops significantly. They experience nervous system problems and display anxiety like behavior etc

Hypothetically speaking, if you could talk to these birds would you explain to them what happened?

Would you try to prevent this from happening to other birds?

How do you think the birds would react? Denial? Anger? Rage?

This wasn’t natural, the birds were not meant to be this way. They were poisoned and being homosexual was the direct result of being poisoned.

I’ll be perfectly honest, this information has been troubling me for quite some time. I have many physical mental health problems as well . The toxin mercury is implicated in many diseases of the mind and body. Everything from autism to diabetes to multiple sclerosis to aids to asthma to various mental health disorders etc etc etc

I think this is a serious topic that needs some inquiry and awareness.

If me being gay is the result of toxicity and being poisoned, I want to know. I want to hold the people that poisoning me accountable as well.

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 23:21
by pozzie
yeah, but if mercury turns you gay then it stands to reason some other substance might have the opposite effect. I'm really weak in the 'hard' sciences, but is there an anti-mercury and how do I know it's not secretly hiding in my pistachios or kale? :runaway:

and do we know that fluoride in water doesn't harm homosexuals?!? Has anyone studied this possibility?

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 23:27
by Marmaduke
I think you’ve spent too long being too concerned over one specific breed of bird in one specific circumstance and it’s led you to the conclusion that all the birds are at risk of extinction when reproduction stops on account of all the mercury fuelled gay bird orgies.

I think you need to chill out about the gay birds. You’re forming an unhealthy obsession that is leading you to imprint humanistic moral hypotheticals onto birds with no concept of self that are just chilling at the lake with their bros, fed up of chasing tail, just wanting to no-homo rub cloacas with the lads.

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 23:35
by JamiePrince16
Marmaduke wrote:I think you’ve spent too long being too concerned over one specific breed of bird in one specific circumstance and it’s led you to the conclusion that all the birds are at risk of extinction when reproduction stops on account of all the mercury fuelled gay bird orgies.

I think you need to chill out about the gay birds. You’re forming an unhealthy obsession that is leading you to imprint humanistic moral hypotheticals onto birds with no concept of self that are just chilling at the lake with their bros, fed up of chasing tail, just wanting to no-homo rub cloacas with the lads.


Hypothetically speaking, if you being gay was a direct result of exposure to the toxin mercury would you want to know ?

Would you want to hold the corrupt government agencies that directly or indirectly poisoned you accountable?

Do you have any underlying mental or physical health issues? Things that some might consider trivial like anxiety, depression, gastrointestinal issues, bouts of fatigue or lethargy, chronic inflammatory problems etc ?

If so, did you ever look into what’s causing these issues?

I have. And it all correlates together with this topic. Whenever there’s hormone problems, there’s nervous system problems. And wherever there’s nervous system and hormone problems, there’s immune system problems resulting in chronic inflammation of the mind and body.

Sorry, I’m having a bad day today but I appreciate your replies. You sound very levelheaded. Thank you for letting me vent

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 23:40
by Marmaduke
Now there’s government corruption to blame for my gayness? A conspiracy? In this day and age?

I’m quite certain, if there was a cabal being spearheaded by Big Mercury, the Q-Anon boys would’ve picked up on it by now. They did such fine investigative reporting with the pizza-paedophile-lizard people exposé, it’s hard to see how this got missed.

Let’s take a breath, and then not have the next breath be about any form of sexuality-skewing heavy metal toxicity, ok?

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 23:48
by JamiePrince16
Marmaduke wrote:Now there’s government corruption to blame for my gayness? A conspiracy? In this day and age?

I’m quite certain, if there was a cabal being spearheaded by Big Mercury, the Q-Anon boys would’ve picked up on it by now. They did such fine investigative reporting with the pizza-paedophile-lizard people exposé, it’s hard to see how this got missed.

Let’s take a breath, and then not have the next breath be about any form of sexuality-skewing heavy metal toxicity, ok?



Read the studies regarding the birds, they were being poisoned from environmental pollution mainly the burning of coal and medical waste .

Every time a person with silver amalgam teeth fillings which contain and leak mercury is cremated, 4 mg + is released into the atmosphere .

These toxins go up into the air and then come back down with the rain onto our crops and into our water. Look at the two articles I posted regarding high levels of mercury being found in all of the baby food in the country.

None of this is conspiracy, these are all facts.

We’re being poisoned with a known endocrine and nervous system disrupting toxin .

There are no studies to date regarding whether or not this toxin has a role in the sexual orientation of humans.

But it is proven to be a potent endocrine and nervous system disruptor, just like in the birds.

No one is talking about this, I think we should be.

You didn’t answer any of my questions either. Do you have any chronic health issues of the mind or body?

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 23:53
by Marmaduke
Have you considered that any underlying mental or physical issues, like anxiety, depression, gastrointestinal issues, bouts of fatigue or lethargy or chronic inflammatory issues that you are experiencing might be a result of the paranoid obsessive fixation you’ve developed? That this whole conspiracy simply serves as a convenient framework upon which you may rationalise away the aspect of yourself you do not like whilst not actually having to deal with the internalised conflict? That you’re just digging yourself further and further into a pit of fear and despair as you tumble towards emotional collapse?

If I was going to tumble into a complete emotional breakdown, I’d try and at least steer myself into having it be based off of something other than heavy metal poisoning. I feel like I’d prefer it to be based on some grand and pervasive existential dread.

Mercury seems a bit…anti-climactic.

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 7 February 2022, 23:55
by poolerboy0077
Ugh. “Science.” :rolleyes: We all know deep down that it’s because G-A-W-D made us this way. Well, that and cuz dick too bomb.

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 8 February 2022, 00:01
by JamiePrince16
Marmaduke wrote:Have you considered that any underlying mental or physical issues, like anxiety, depression, gastrointestinal issues, bouts of fatigue or lethargy or chronic inflammatory issues that you are experiencing might be a result of the paranoid obsessive fixation you’ve developed? That this whole conspiracy simply serves as a convenient framework upon which you may rationalise away the aspect of yourself you do not like whilst not actually having to deal with the internalised conflict? That you’re just digging yourself further and further into a pit of fear and despair as you tumble towards emotional collapse?

If I was going to tumble into a complete emotional breakdown, I’d try and at least steer myself into having it be based off of something other than heavy metal poisoning. I feel like I’d prefer it to be based on some grand and pervasive existential dread.

Mercury seems a bit…anti-climactic.


If you are in fact dealing with chronic physical or mental health issues, try this.

Type what you’re dealing with on Google plus the word mercury and then add in the term PubMed. PubMed is a database and considered the gold standard for peer reviewed medical research.

For Instance , ‘depression mercury PubMed’.

Or ‘diabetes mercury PubMed ‘.

Or IBS mercury PubMed .

Do you see anything that correlates?

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 8 February 2022, 00:06
by Marmaduke
I’m not dealing with any chronic heavy metal poisonings.

My gayness? That may perhaps be explained by Mercury as my mother used to immerse me in it as a baby, like Thetis immersing Achilles in the river Styx, because she thought it would make me like Colossus from the X-Men. And in at least one way, it may have. That aspect of his character has never really been explored. It may also account for my one weak ankle.

I don’t know which government agency to blame for that though. Maybe the Bulgarian Department of Work and Pensions?

Re: Potential causes of homosexuality?

Unread postPosted: 8 February 2022, 00:24
by pozzie
JamiePrince16 wrote:Hypothetically speaking, if you being gay was a direct result of exposure to the toxin mercury would you want to know ?

Would you want to hold the corrupt government agencies that directly or indirectly poisoned you accountable?

Do you have any underlying mental or physical health issues?


Well, this isn't hypothetical for me. As my nick is meant to imply - well, state, flag, whatever - I didn't get HIV from a toilet, a needle, or a transfusion so it's pretty obvious the activity that resulted in my seroconversion. However, I don't know who or exactly when it happened.

And after I was diagnosed with HIV, I was with a guy and a few weeks later got a herpes sore on my mouth. I was convinced that he was the cause. I was also angry because, for example, one of my coworkers asked "Did you just eat a jelly Bismarck? You've got some on the corner or your mouth." I mean, how humiliating is that?!?

But after some time passed, I learned more about the herpes virus and also reflected on the many times in my youth when I had similar sores around my mouth and especially between my nose and upper lip. Don't remember anyone saying the word 'herpes' once and honestly, if that's what it was, and similarity was clearly there, then I most likely got it from my parents as it was long before I had my first sexual encounter. Who would I hold accountable? My dead mother? My distant father? How? What would be the appropriate compensation?

I also have similar digestive problems to my parents and even grandparents. Most likely bad genetics and maybe not the best diet when I was younger has aggravated the matter. If parents know they have genetic problems that could be passed on to their offspring, should they be held accountable? What about the genetic disease my mother and her father had and died from - the former when I was 12, the latter long before I was born? While I found out in my 30s I lacked the genetic marker for the disease, should I not be compensated for distress and suffering of the years prior to that, especially given that those who knew what my mother had lied to her and me about it?

Okay, I've shared briefly my real-life examples that correlate somewhat with the hypothesis that mercury exposure at some point in the first decade or so my life might have changed my sexual orientation. Even if we could prove that 1) mercury exposure in humans causes homosexuality, we'd still have to prove 2) when I was exposed to mercury and 3) the intent behind the exposure (which might include negligence) to be able press the cause for compensation. If we knew it was environmental, the questions as to why it affected me and not my peers would be hard to understand and explain.

Shit happens. I think it's called living. Granted, if Monsanto knowingly used mercury in a pesticide, herbicide, or fertilizer that lingered in produce and eventually accumulated in the creatures that ate that produce, I'd say sure, they need to be held accountable and the practice stopped. Beyond that, I would prefer that we, as a society, just be as supportive of our populace as best as our means allow -- life is simply too complex to be able prove most of these type of claims in any court that I know of. And people have tried. In communities next to chemical plants where there is a higher incidence of a very specific, rare cancer to others where many who share a water source develop illnesses. Even in cases where this all appears to be easy to prove, it generally is not. How long did it take to make the case against the purveyors of cigarettes?

So yes, if at some point someone was able to tell me this is why I'm gay, I'd find that interesting. Do I feel someone should be held or accountable? No. However, I would like to live in a society that didn't stigmatize people for their sexual orientation.