In this lesson, Dr Laura Haynes will give evidence that same-sex attraction (SSA) and gender dysphoria (GD) can decrease, giving testimony to the fluidity of sexuality. She also explains why SSA and GD are not predetermined by genes, and takes into account the overwhelming number of environmental factors which can contribute to these issues.
Proposed Learning Objectives
- 1. State any genetic or hormonal factors which may contribute to same-sex attraction or gender dysphoria
- 2. State any other psychological relations to the genetic/hormonal/behavioural factors in question
- 3. State some factors assisting change in same-sex desires