This article states that the bishop in New Hampshire got his royal power stripped from him because he was gay and the current bishops is clearly not, judging by the previous article of his views on homosexuals. This counter argument to the current bishop is great to have because it shows the major conflicting sides of gays and anti gays. http://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?p=HWRC&u=j084910011&id=GALE|A138296071&v=2.1&it=r&sid=HWRC&asid=d01f4d14.%20Accessed%2027%20Apr.%202018
This article is about how the bishop feels about people being gay... "Gay people should "reorientate" themselves by seeking psychiatric help, the Bishop of Chester said yesterday. Reviving the row about attitudes to homosexuality in the Church of England, which reached a climax with this week's consecration of the openly homosexual Gene Robinson as Bishop of New Hampshire, the Right Rev Peter Forster said an interview with the Chester Chronicle: 'Some people who are primarily homosexual can reorientate themselves.y and what can be done to stop people from being gay in the first place." His views can show the side of people that are anti gay and want to change the opposing gays beliefs. http://go.galegroup.com/ps/i.do?p=HWRC&u=j084910011&id=GALE|A109923151&v=2.1&it=r&sid=HWRC&asid=0999247e.%20Accessed%2027%20Apr.%202018.
The article explains why people think that homosexuality is moral wrong and that half of earths population believes that it is not moraly right to be gay. This article shows hundreds of stats and facts on the differences between how many people are for and against all the aspects of being gay such as gay mirage. It even goes into stats about how religious parties look into this topic and how much they are for or against it. http://www.people-press.org/2009/10/09/majority-continues-to-support-civil-unions/
A study has found possible clues about genetic differences between heterosexual and homosexual men, but many scientists are sceptical... "One gene is linked to the development of a brain region which can differ in men depending on their sexual orientation while the other gene is linked to thyroid function, which has previously been linked to male homosexuality, according to the authors. 'It is well established from twin and family studies that sexual orientation is partly heritable – that is, that whether someone is straight or bisexual or gay depends partly on their genetic makeup,' Dr Brendan Zietsch of the University of Queensland told the Australian Science Media Centre." This shows that it's very hard to really know that it is linked to the sexual gene and that many peoples theories could be wrong. https://cosmosmagazine.com/biology/speculative-genetic-link-to-homosexuality-found
This article explains that homosexuality has finally been proven scientifically that it's cause by the "epi-marks — extra layers of information that control how certain genes are expressed. These epi-marks are usually, but not always, "erased" between generations. In homosexuals, these epi-marks aren't erased — they're passed from father-to-daughter or mother-to-son, explains William Rice, an evolutionary biologist at the University of California Santa Barbara and lead author of the study." In making this comment this could be a huge breakthrough of new knowledge of why people are homosexual. This new knowledge could lead to a mutual thought of why people ware really gay. https://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2012/12/11/scientists-may-have-finally-unlocked-puzzle-of-why-people-are-gay
The article states that there is no single theory of why people are gay and that there are hundreds of ways people can explain it. This article states some of the most common reasons or theory's such as childhood trauma and that homosexuality is a learned trait. This article is very informative of some of the aspects of homosexuality being against the law and giving social views of homosexuality. "Homosexuality." Current Issues: Macmillan Social Science Library, Gale, 2010. Opposing Viewpoints In Context, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/PC3021900083/OVIC?u=j084910011&sid=OVIC&xid=ef0262f6. Accessed 6 May 2018.