Quote: Originally Posted by Serryah
Gay is genetic.
Also, for trans people, it's not necessarily born in the wrong body, but rather the genetics got fked up so that things switched on, or off, that should/shouldn't have. Whether it was in the physical body, or the brain, it's not sure yet.
So you're right, no one is born in the wrong body.
This is why Trans people should stop getting treated like they are.
Absolutely not. There is no "gay gene".
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