Choice Or Genetics-The Human Condition
By Deborah Sexton
This subject has been discussed numerous times, with people split in their opinion of the human condition as being in our DNA or being a choice?
I am speaking of those who are transgender, and those who are gay.
“Some people feel it is a choice which can be changed with the right attitude…and prayer. It’s something that has a hold on people, like an addiction to drugs, but after some struggle, they can begin to think and feel like the gender they were born, not the one they identify with. They feel that gay people can and must begin seeing the opposite sex as desirable”
Those Who Are Pro-Choice
While being heterosexual, is viewed as normal, gay people are seen by those who are anti-gay, as abnormal, and feel they have no right to pursue a normal life with all of the same rights, and happiness as anyone else. This is not my viewpoint
Anti-gay people say, being gay is a choice, and therefore, can change.
Because of their ability to change, they shouldn’t receive the same rights.
Those against, also think (for some reason) it is their job to tell those who are gay, and transgender, that they are sinning, and going to hell, and some have been brutal
I Am Pro Genetics, What About You?
The other side feels people are born gay, and couldn’t change regardless of how hard they try. I tend to agree. Simply put, they are born gay, so it is out of their control.
Because they are human, they deserve every right given to others, and by others.
There is another set of people who should have all the same rights as everyone else.
I am speaking of those who are transgender, and also of those who have gender dysphoria
Let’s discuss the meaning of these two conditions
Transgenders and gay people
Transgender relates to a person whose self identity does not conform unambiguously to conventional notions of male or female gender
Gender dysphoria is the condition of feeling one’s emotional and psychological identity as male or female to be opposite to one’s biological sex.
These are factual medical diagnoses
2014 ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code F64.1 Gender identity disorder in adolescence and adulthood.
For gender identity disorder in childhood the ICD-9-CM Diagnosis Code is F64.2.
There are very young children with this diagnosis.
What’s To Come-The Chimera Could Be The Answer
It doesn’t come up much in the medical field, but I have a feeling, it’s going to rise to the top..soon.
The thing I am speaking of is the *Chimera
in Greek mythology Chimera is a fire-breathing female monster with a lion’s head, a goat’s body, and a serpent’s tail.
The Chimera is known as a monster because he is a mythical animal with parts taken from various animals.
So, you’re probably wondering what a Chimera has to do with the subject of
genetics or choices
But Chimeras are more real than you might think, no longer just a fantasy
In Biology a Chimera is an organism containing a mixture of genetically different tissues, formed by processes such as fusion of early embryos, grafting, or mutation
It is also a DNA molecule with sequences derived from two or more different organisms, formed by laboratory manipulation.
Thanks To Lydia, this condition was found, and could change laws governing many mis-judged people.
How can a person be a Chimera?
“It all started around the time, when a Washington state woman applied for government assistance, her world was shattered by an incredible revelation – one that led to criminal accusations and the prospect of losing her children to the state. She found out that pregnancy was not enough to prove motherhood. DNA testing indicated that she was, in fact, not the mother of her own children – so who was? During the course of a desperate battle to retain custody of her three children, it was discovered that her twin was the real biological parent. What? The 26-year-old woman, was her own twin.” By Graham Noble
Identical twins occur when a single fertilized ova divides, and becomes two embryos. They are mirror images and they share the same DNA.
When two separate fertilized ovum come together and fuse, a Chimera is created. Only Fraternal twins are Chimeras. It has to be two separate eggs. They do not share DNA
Identical twins are ova which separate and can’t be Chimeras, Chimeras are already separate, and fuse together
How Does Someone Become Their Own Twin?
When two separate ova are fertilized, on rare occasions, they can move and fuse together as one egg and develop into an embryo, containing all of each other.
These are Fraternal twins, and therefore, can be male and female. Identical twins develop from one egg that splits. Identical twins are always the same sex.
Finding the fraternal twin’s DNA isn’t always easy. It may take going into internal organs to find it, and could be costly
Some Possible Answers
If male and female ova fuse, the person’s body may be male, but their mind and emotions may be that of their twin sister they were fused with.
This can be true in transsexuals, transgenders, homosexuals, and people with gender dysphoria .
Hermaphrodites are born with two sexual organs and are known to have Chirmerism
The skin is darker on one side of the body, than the other, and there is a visible line down the middle of the person.
Non-gay people have proven to be a Chimera too, only the twin they fused with, is the same sex
This should prove even more, that being straight or gay is not a choice.
Chimera is pronounced Ki mi ra (The KI is like the KI in KITE)
Start reading and studying, and stop judging these people.
No other person born with a genetic problem would be judged as sinful.
We have to love, accept, and help people, and when we do, we will receive the same treatment
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