Various studies in the last decade by Dr. Ivanka Savic of the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, indicate that people who consider themselves homosexuals actually have the body of one sex and the brain of the other which is the definition of transsexuals. Thus homosexuals have a treatable birth defect.
Changing the body's anatomical sex would put the brain and the body
on the same sexual page and allow individuals to lead a relatively
normal life instead of having to live in a kind of sexual
purgatory. .It may come as a surprise to some Christians
that the Bible approves of sex change operations. Jesus said
Matthew 18: 9 "If thine eye offend thee pluck it
out...." Or in other words if a defect in the body causes
behavior that might be considered sinful the body should be changed
so it won't cause "sin".
The only difference between homosexuals and transsexuals is that
transsexuals are perceptive enough to understand their
situation. Homosexuals apparently don't understand that the
brain, rather than the body, determines human sexuality. The
brain is the most important human sex organ. Male bodies
aren't attracted to female bodies. Male brains are.
Female brains are attracted to male bodies. If the brain
of a person with a male body is attracted to male bodies it's
because the brain is female.
Sexual chemicals called pheromones control the sexual behavior of
other animals. Genetic programming may control how or when an animal
responds sexually. A male dog who smells a female dog in heat
will try to get to her.
Humans respond to visual and audio cues which are compared in the
brain to what the individual considers sexually
attractive. Some humans are primarily interested in
physical characteristics. Others may be more interested in
intelligence or having similar interests in music or food. What is
considered attractive varies from one person to another. For
example, some men like slender women. Other men prefer women who are
extra large and will purchase pornography featuring such
Scientists have known for many years that men's and women's brains
have different structures and deal with some situations
differently. A growing body of research indicates that
homosexuals have a brain of one sex and a body of the other.
Chemicals called pheromones govern the sexual behavior of most
animals. Pheromones may be necessary for some animals to know when
to have sex and which other members of their species are the
opposite sex. The existence of these chemicals in humans has
been a controversial subject for years. Humans don't need
pheromones to activate their sexual programming. Humans can
learn about sex and be sexually aroused by reading books or watching
tv. Even if humans don't need pheromones they can be
affected by them.
that tracked blood flow in the brain indicates that two
suspected human pheromones have a different impact on the brain
activity of men and women and there is a difference between the way
heterosexual and homosexual men respond. Scientists say that
a stimulus "lights up" the area of the brain responds to the
stimulus. The study indicated that an estrogen like chemical from
women's urine lighted up an area of hypothalamus in heterosexual
men, but lighted up the general smell interpreting regions of the
brains of women and homosexual men.
A testosterone derivative from men's sweat had the opposite
effect. It lighted up the hypothalamus in women and homosexual men,
but the smell related region of heterosexual men A subsequentstudy
of homosexual woman indicated their responses measured by PET scans
were similar, but not identical to heterosexual men.
of the structure of brains using PET scans and MRI's indicated
the brains of heterosexual women were the same as those of
homosexual men. The brains of homosexual women and
heterosexual men were the same.
Most of us were told in school that if a baby gets a "Y"
chromosome from its father it will develop as a male. If the
baby gets an "X" chromosome from its father it will develop as a
However, reality isn't that simple. In about 1 in 30,000
births a baby with an "XY" combination of chromosomes will
develop a female anatomy in what is called Swyer
syndrome. Individuals with this condition have external female
genitalia along with a normal uterus and Fallopian tubes, but
lack functional gonads (ovaries or testes). They cannot
produce eggs, but may become pregnant with an implanted
embryo. The development occurs because a defective gene fails
to produce a functioning version of the protein that is needed
for development of male characteristics
In about 1 in 20,000 - 25,000 births a baby with an "XX" combination
will develop a male anatomy. Individuals with this
condition can have normal sexual relations, but do not produce
The genes that control the development of the brain differ from the
genes that control the development of other parts of the body.
It shouldn't be surprising that a defect in one or more
genes that affect development of the brain could cause the brain to
develop according to a different sexual "blueprint" from the
one that controls development of the body.
Scientific research indicates that the sexual differentiation
of the brain
begins before sex hormones play a role in development. A rare
naturally occurring zebra finch is half male and half female.
One side of the body has male plumage, sex organs and brains and the
other has female plumage sex organs and brains. This
dual development cannot be explained by sex hormones.
Doctors don't know how to change the sexual functioning of the
brain, but they can change anatomical sex characteristics.
Currently the operation to transform a man into a woman is more
effective than the operation to change a woman into a man.
Most homosexuals would need some psychological assistance because
they don't understand they are transsexuals.
Psychological treatments alone cannot turn a transsexual/homosexual
into a heterosexual. The body has to be changed.
The fact that sex change operations correct a birth defect means
that such operations are corrective surgery which should possibly be
covered by health insurance particularly in children. It
would seem that both the British and American health insurance
programs should cover this corrective operation. Having
the brain and the body on the same sexual page would seem to have
major mental health benefits.