LGBT Study at Johns Hopkins University Proves Not 'Born that Way'
Two Johns Hopkins research scientist have released a new study disproving the theory that homosexuals are "born that way."
The report identified that most teens do not identify as transgender or deal with same-sex attraction by adulthood. As many as 80 percent of teenage men who report same-sex attraction no longer do so as adults.
The study revealed less than 1% of the population in the United States as transgender. It concludes there is no evidence to suggest that children should be encouraged to become transgender if they exhibit opposite gender behavior.