Environment is a significant factor when determining how a person behaves. It is more commonly the environment that shapes a person’s behavior versus genetics. Whether the experiences are good or bad, it will shape a person in how they behave and think.
Genes have only been proven to be a factor in medical disorders like hyperactivity. Homosexuality is a result of the person’s environment and how they are brought up as a child. Unfortunately some children are more damaged than others growing up from a result of their parents’ lack of parenting skills or lack of nurture. Alternatively, a child may grow up in a perfectly “normal” household but still turn out to be homosexual with no trace of homosexuality in that family tree. Either environment whether good or bad, has shaped that person to turn out a certain way. People have choices and you are who you are by the choices you make and the experiences you have in life.
In a study using identical twins to prove homosexuality is not genetic, Dr. Neil Whitehead states, “The predominant things that create homosexuality in one identical twin and not in the other have to be post-birth factors”. Dr. Whitehead believes same-sex attraction (SSA) is caused by “non-shared factors”, things happening to one twin but not the other, or a personal response to an event by one of the twins and not the other.
Hyperactivity is a disorder caused by genetics and/or environmental factors. If a mother abuses drugs or alcohol when pregnant, the baby will be more likely to be born with certain disorders like hyperactivity. The way a child is nurtured growing up will result in how well they can focus on basic tasks in life and school. Each person’s brain is wired differently, as a result of inherited genes. Researcher, Dr. Kate Langley states, "ADHD is a very complex disorder which will have a number of different causes. A number of different genetic factors will be involved along with other, non-genetic factors". Past...