10-15% is a very large percentage, I doubt the rate of homosexuality is that high. Obviously a sexual orientation difference is an obvious dramatic effect, and can lead someone to seriously desire sin, as compared to something like a dominant hand, which changes nothing consequential at all.
and we are talking about motor control vs sexual attraction, probably two very different parts of the brain. motor control probably has nothing to do with emotions. sexual desire probably does have to do with emotional experience, as it seems to be an attempt to reach an emotional high point(pleasure). sexual preference probably has nothing do with the body outside the brain, as your sexual organs obviously do not care who or what they are having sex with. It’s your eyes, and other sensory inputs, that inform your brain whats happening, which then decides if it likes it or not, and decides if your aroused. That’s how I see it.
it depends on the person, because different people have different experiences. And when I say trauma, I don’t mean like an obviously abusive memory, or bad parents. It can be a subtle and probably influenced by personality, as one kind of kid could be more easily be hurt emotionally then another. It can also be related to peers, but that wasn’t really my case much.
Like for me, growing up I’ve always thought my parents were great. They are ok, but I realized my mom is very emotionally needy, and swingy and she was way to tangled up in me emotionally. and my dad, he wasn’t scary, except for a few moments when I was very young I found him intimidating during a few brief moments of anger. But mostly the problem was that besides a couple years as a toddler, he was hardly involved in raising me, He just kinda watched me grow up, and He works alot, so It’s mostly just my mom. From pretty early on, I had some worries about my masculinity, which went away after I got social at school, but It fell apart during middle school to high school, as I went through puberty, and since I got pretty much no sex education from my dad, I got ashamed and insecure through puberty, and pursued that confusion into seeking out male sexual images.
So the trauma was essentially I needed more affection and praise from my dad when I was young, and I didn’t get it. I had little self confidence as a male, except for the confidence I won from my mother when I met her gentlemenly standards. He was mostly uninvolved, except for when he needed to be angry and bossy. I’m sure my personality played a role, but it’s still an emotional wound.