all people have the capacity to have pleasant erotic experiences with
either same-sex or opposite-sex partners. An idea promoted by George
Weinberg [Society and the Healthy Homosexual. NY: St. Martin's Press
1972] who called it "polymorphous" sexuality. A concept of the
inherent pre-socialized sexual condition , widely adopted by others.
an interesting Queer Lib perspective on the "born that way" versus
"negotiable preference" issue, and how it ties in with violence
against gay males.