Okay, we discussed the issue of gay marriage in the controversial issue section. But what about the premises undelying them? The common perception on the parameters of discussion of sexual and gender orientation originated sometime in the 19th century. I'm talking about the "straight" "gay" "bisexual" and "asexual" tags, among others. It's commonly used, commonly abused, and now, I'm calling it into question on this forum. The questions are: How do you define the commonly used terms that define sexual orientation? What are your views on the parameters of sexual orientation itself, such as choice, predisposition etc. differentiating between attribute and behavior? How do you think the matter of orientation relates to its moral ramifications? Are the common questions and arenas of discussion today even relevant or applicable? If you were asked to adjust the labels or the conceptual framework, would you? If so, how, if not, why not? If you don't understand why I laid the questions like that, just discuss! And prepare to get grilled- I don't study medicine for nothing!