Is being gay or straight genetic and fixed, or is sexual orientation fluid, if it is genetic and fixed, then how do you explain Greco-Roman male bisexuality or prison sex, or surveys that show that less than 50 percent of generation z people would consider themselves straight, which seems to be wildly out of proportion with the assumption and only a tiny percentage of the population is inherently LGBT? And how does this square with the seeming epidemic of teen girls in the US claiming to be ftm transsexuals? Do conservatives have a point, considering Greco-Roman sexual culture, that the normalization of homosexuality and bisexuality can cause straight people to become bisexual, and the implications that this can have on things like STDs and AIDs? I remember one of the arguments by the pro gay side during the 90s and early 2000s that there is no way that you can make a straight person gay or bisexual, as an argument against conversion therapy, but then what explains what was going on in the Greco-Roman world, where male bisexuality was universal? And what about the controversy about how a lot of lesbians can not see me to accept mtf transsexuals as being 100 percent truly female, and accuse them of autogynephilia?