• @hetieshou @llwy12 Thanks for the news updates as I don’t read anything else besides JayneStars.
  • @peachyogurt @llwy12 Thanks for the news updates as I don't read anything else besides JayneStars.
  • @peachyogurt Actually there was another video that was released where the voices were not edited out. The rapists were revealed as being Eric Tsang and Alan Tang who has passed away. But sadly Yammie had mental issues so some did not believe her. I think it is a bit far fetched to think Eric murdered her. I do not think Yammie was a big threat to him as she did not have any money or power. Plus, she had mental problems and physical health problems too which all together may have caused her death. I doubt she was murdered by anyone as they said she had no physical injuries to her body. Plus, if there was foul play, after they do an autopsy, they would know her cause of death and would investigate. As of now, no one except maybe her sister may know her cause of death if she requested an autopsy.
  • @peachyogurt yes, there are many reason why one would be gay, which is true, genetic or environmental (mostly from abusive cases) rather than having bonding time with certain sex. If you just stop at many causes for gay, all good. Just don’t include the bonding time with their daddy lol. Don’t mistake daddy issue with being gay lol. N don’t mistake the result for causation
  • "With Life on the Line, it really represents Hong Kong and its roots in terms of its realism, which fits the audience that they are striving for." Yes, audience like to watch dramas that they can relate to and have an emotional connection with. Real life issues, friendship/family/coworker relationships, growing up in poverty and working hard to reach success, and family comedy without all the sexy scenes or sex jokes.
  • @evelynn8126 Yes, I'm still not sure if Eric Tsang raped Yammie or not, since a previous article said that the voices in the video were edited. However, if Eric is the one who raped Yammie, I really am suspicious of him. Eric Tsang faced rape allegations in early 2018. Not that I am a criminal expert or anything, but if I were him, I would be worried, I would want her dead to keep her mouth shut, lest the world know what I did. That's why I suspect that the one of the two rapists who are alive may have murdered her. Of course, this is just a guess and not a fact. She may have died due to some physical condition that we are not aware of, and they are not sharing it with us.
  • Hopefully this movie will highlight the trauma that it leaves victims, educate girls/women on how to prevent being date/drug raped, and how the police should have investigated more when the first woman reported the rape incident, which could have prevented more victims. And not to use nudity to glorify/encourage rape/sexual assault or attract viewers because sex is involved because it is forced/unwanted sex.
  • @ltbl Hi Itbl, I respect all the studies on genetic factors you have found and for sharing them. I wanted to note that I believe that during the time of war, fathers were absent in their children's lives, so boys were not able to bond with their fathers. Or when the father returned, they had PTSD and suffered abuse from their father. Men who are gay are usually searching for what they are missing, acceptance/connection/bonding with the male. Again, I am not opposed to genetic factors, just that I do not totally rule out other possible environmental/developmental factors.
  • @potatochip Yes, I agree with you that any kind of discrimination is wrong. I believe first generation homosexuals are influenced by developmental/environmental factors, which in turned later created a genetic disposition for second, third, fourth, etc. generations. It would be interesting to learn about the history of the very first person in the ancestral lineage of your family who became homosexual. I believe it is harder for the generations after the first to change their attraction to the same-sex. Even though they cannot change their same-sex attraction, they can always choose whether to engage in homosexual behavior. It is always a choice, and no one is forcing to fix them.
  • @littlefish Yes, I believe some may have a genetic disposition to be gay, but I do not believe that genetics is the only cause for all cases of homosexuality, or exclude the possibility that some people are influenced by other developmental/environmental factors.
  • @peachyogurt what you are saying is the violent cases of abuses where one turns away from their natural sexuality, so those gay cases as a matter of fact should be excluded. Whereas if we keep all things equal, no abuse, normal bonding from both set of parents, people still turn out gay, aka they are born with it.
  • @peachyogurt Erh, I completely disagree with this. If your argument is boy who doesn’t spend time with their dad, make them gay, then girl who doesn’t spend time with their mum make them lesbian? (Pretty sure the girl case is highly incorrect). Not only that, spending time with say the dad more than the mom is rather a result of what he/she was born with. Instead of it’s being the cause of their sexuality. So if a child was born with the genetic that leaning toward being gay, he would like to play with doll more, and hang out with his mum more. Not because not hanging out with his dad cause him to be gay.
  • @peachyogurt I honestly think is biological. I believe that what you are talking about is considered an outdated view. I understand what you are saying because they used to think that years ago when I was growing up but more and more research is leading to an view of a genetic marker and or hormonal fluctuations in the womb.
  • @peachyogurt Perhaps there may be some environmental factors in a few cases, but the significant majority is not. I have many close friends, family members, and patients who are gay. None would agree with you that environmental factors caused them to be gay. They knew early in childhood that they were primarily attracted to the same sex. They would be insulted by the insinuation of "fixing" the environmental factors would fix them. No. Being gay is not a defect. They don't need to control it. Society needs to control its discrimination and let people live their lives.
  • @potatochip The lack of bonding as I mentioned in my previous posts is only one factor. There are many other environmental factors and sometimes it's a combination of multiple factors before it can lead to homosexuality. This lack of bonding is mainly for male homosexuality, I have not been able to study female homosexuality yet, but sometimes it has to do with being abused/sexually assaulted by men, and they feel safer with women. Again, this is only one factor, and there are many factors involved that is not based on the home environment, but outside environment. It's easier for people to believe that its a genetic/biological issue, because they can claim that it's something they cannot control, than to confront a traumatic issue or problem in their past. And yes, some may have a genetic disposition if multiple family members are gay. But I don't believe all gay people have a genetic expression to be gay.
  • @peachyogurt I understand what you are saying, but I disagree that lack of bonding with a male figure or having trauma contributes to being gay. We have single mothers with no male figures in their lives, raise children without them being gay. This lack of bonding with the opposite sex would not explain why there are lesbians, either. Being gay is on a spectrum with the expression likely due to genetic factors. That's why humans are not the only beings with homosexuality. We see families with multiple gay members. Those that do not have gay members are not looking closely enough, have been in suppression, or may be the initial case. You can be raised in a loving home with both parents with no trauma and still be gay. That is why it isn't an illness, it isn't caused by anything external, it is a genetic expression.
  • @peachyogurt i mean, sure. environmental & childhood developmental factors can contribute to sexual orientation in people. it's a possibility. sexuality in general is a fluid concept. none of us are 100% heterosexual after all. we can't be. without some degree of attraction towards our own gender, how can we get along with each other? it sounds to me like we're biologically designed that way so we don't all kill each other lol. so it's not surprising when people can move in this spectrum of sexuality due to biological, environmental & developmental factors.
  • @sugarcane @hetieshou @peachyogurt scholarly articles & links here: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11534970?dopt=Abstract https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00224490009552059 http://www.pnas.org/content/115/2/234 https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/c152/d0fe2389ffe480e5fc80c178ec0fbef719a1.pdf Something that's a little easier to read: https://abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=2120218&page=1 https://io9.gizmodo.com/how-your-birth-order-can-influence-who-you-are-1136567036 I would like to add, orientation changes for the younger male sibling only holds true if they also have older male siblings.
  • @sabrina Good questions. The environmental/developmental factor that I discussed is a bonding issue with a male adult, and not because the parent is gay and the child will follow the homosexual behavior of the parent. So even if a boy who is being raised by a male parent who is gay, the boy can still develop a bond with a male adult. It does not matter what religion or beliefs a person has, if the bonding with the father did not develop or there can be other factors involved. And like I said in my previous post, bonding issue is only one factor. There are many other factors, such as being bullied and rejected by boys in school or being sexually assaulted by a male adult. I was only listing bonding as one example.
  • @peachyogurt I agree with @hetieshou . There are gay fathers out there, but how come their sons grew up to be straight men? If factors in the environment can influence one's sexual orientation, shouldn't sons who were raised or adopted by gay fathers have higher chance of being gay? There are Christian men whose's families are strong believers, and so anti gay. But these men turned out to be gays. And "the boy has to develop a bonding relationship with the father between the ages of 3 to 6", how deep is the bonding? Many boys had deep bonding with their fathers or fathers that weren't absent to their lives, but they still grew up to be gay. (I'm not trying to attack you, just asking.)
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