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The theory of homosexuality by Cultural learning allows you to make predictions about the evolution and progress of countries from heterosexual societies to homosexual societies. In what follows we shall present, not only the predictions arising from the application of this theory, but the form in which you can generate statistics allowing to confirm or discard this theory.

 

 

PREDICTION, RANGE OF CLASSIFICATION AND MEASUREMENT

 

The countries of the world that are in a process of accelerated transition from heterosexual societies to homosexual societies are mostly Western

http://homosexualcountries.com/Data/Sites/1/PagPictures/Obama4.jpgTopping the list of countries in clearly transition towards homosexuality  is:
 
The United States
 
Close behind are:
 
Argentina, Spain, Uruguay and France
 
 
The transition is so fast that within a period of 4 to 5 generations, in other words, within 80 to 100 years most countries in the world will be homosexual societies. Headlining these countries will be the United States.
 
This means that, for the year 2112 a large portion of Americans will be homosexual, with over 30% of its population practicing homosexuality.http://homosexualcountries.com/Data/Sites/1/PagPictures/cristina1.jpg
 
 
This is so unexpected phenomenon in the history of mankind that no one seems to notice, not only of its occurrence, but his rapid progress. So much so, that in contemporary sociological theory there are no words to describe the phenomenon. For example, there is no definition of what a homosexual society or country would be. There is not even a definition of what would be a heterosexual society. That is, what percent of the population of a country has to practice homosexuality for the country as a country can be considered heterosexual? Or the reverse what percent of the population of a country has to practice homosexuality for the country as a country can be considered homosexual? Would it be 10% or 20% or 30%?
 
The fact that there is no criteria to determine when a country is gay and when is not, is indicative of a problem. The society is unaware of the existence of the phenomenon. It is assumed that homosexual behavior is a biological phenomenon and therefore natural and unchanging over time. Consequently, no one thinks to try to monitor and study their evolution.
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Thus we see that the first difficulty for that society becomes aware of the existence of the phenomenon of the globally growth of homosexuality is the absence of criteria defining the stages of society transition from heterosexual to homosexual society.

 
In view of the need to establish criteria for determining when a country is homosexual, we will establish here arbitrarily the first criteria that are known for that purpose.
 

 
 

Direct Criteria to Determine at What Stage of the Transition Toward Homosexuality is a Country


Homosexuality is a behavior. Consequently, determining when a society or country is gay is the same as determining what percentage or proportion of the population has to practice such behavior to be considered a homosexual society or country.
 
 

Percent of Homosexuality in the Country

 
We say that a country is heterosexual when less than 5% of the population practice homosexuality. We say that a country is in the initial transition towards homosexuality when between 5 to 10% of the population practice homosexuality. We say that a country is in an intermediate transition toward homosexuality when between 10 to 20% of the population practice homosexuality. We say that a country is in advanced transition towards homosexuality when between 20 to 30% of its population practice homosexuality. Finally, we say that a country is gay when more than 30% of the population practices homosexuality.
 
Once determined or defined the percentage of the population that has to practice homosexual behavior in order to society or country be considered homosexual, the next step is to take measurements of that variable over time.
 
The previous criterion, even though it is a direct way to measure the progress of a country towards homosexuality, is difficult to implement given the time in number of years required (4 to 5 generations, 100 years or more) for results.  For this reason we have to introduce other indirect criteria to measure the progress of homosexuality

 

Indirect Criteria to Determine the Strength With Which the Society or Country is Induced Toward Homosexuality


Another dimension of the growing phenomenon of homosexuality that can be studied is the force with which society is induced, pushed, or driven to homosexual conduct by state agencies and groups in favor of homosexuality.
 
In line with the above objective we propose the measurement of three variables:
 
1.  The Index of Persuasion or Suggestibility in the Country in Favor of Homosexuality

 

What proportion of the 15 most prominent public figures expressed in favor of the acceptance of homosexual behavior?

 

That is, we propose as the first indirect criteria to measure the progress of countries toward homosexuality the degree in which the population is attracted (persuaded, influenced or indicated) by prominent figures, or of high prestige in the country to assume an attitude of acceptance and tolerance of homosexual conduct. This index would be given by the percentage of prominent or significant figures for the population that have been expressed in favor of the struggle of homosexuals.

 

We say that a country is at an initial level of persuasion or suggestibility in favour of homosexuality when between 5% to 20% of its most prominent public figures are expressed in favour of the acceptance of homosexual conduct as proper conduct that should not be rejected by society. Therefore, express themselves in favor of homosexual groups claims so that they does not be rejected (discriminate). We say that a country is at an intermediate level of persuasion or suggestibility in favour of homosexuality when between 21% to 40% of their most prominent public figures are expressed in favour of the acceptance of homosexual conduct as proper conduct that should not be rejected by society. We say that a country is at an advanced level of persuasion or suggestibility in favor of homosexuality when more than the 40% of its most prominent public figures are expressed in favour of the acceptance of homosexual conduct as proper conduct that should not be rejected by society.

 

 

2. The Index of Officialization or Institutionalization of Repression or Persecution Against Heterosexuals that Express his Opinion in Against of Homosexuality

 

What proportion of 14 State institutions have established regulations and measures making mandatory the non discrimination, the non rejection, or the non speak out against homosexual behavior?

 

That is, the second indirect criterion that can be used to measure the progress of countries toward homosexuality is as follows: the proportion of the State institutions that have established laws to repress or punish people who express themselves against homosexuality. In other words, the proportion of the State institutions that have established laws, ordinances, regulations, etc. in the country or in provincial governments or State agencies or Government ministries in the country where it is prohibited, penalize or bait to people expressing their opinion against homosexuality.

 

We say that a country is on at initial level of officialization or institutionalization of repression or persecution in the country against heterosexuals when between 5% to 20% of its institutions have created regulations prohibiting expressions against homosexuality as an incorrect behavior that should be rejected by society. We say that a country is at an intermediate level of officialization or institutionalization of repression or persecution in the country against heterosexuals when between 21% to 40% of their institutions have created regulations prohibiting expressions against homosexuality as an incorrect behavior that should be rejected by society. We say that a country is at an advanced level of officialization or institutionalization of repression or persecution in the country against heterosexuals when more than the 40% of its institutions have established regulations prohibiting expressions against homosexuality as an incorrect behavior that should be rejected by society.

 

 

3. The Index of Repression or Persecution Against Heterosexuals that Express his Opinion in Against of Homosexuality

 

What proportion of prominent public figures have been persecuted, forced to apologize publicly, forced to resign from their jobs, etc. for have been expressed or issued his opinion against homosexual behavior?

 

That is, a third indirect approach that can be used to measure the progress of countries toward homosexuality is as follows: what proportion of the people who express their opinion against homosexuality are attacked, persecuted or punished, either through rejection or application of laws, ordinances or regulations that have been established in the country, so they have had to apologize or retract or no continuing to hold his opinion?

 

We say that a country is at an initial level of repression or persecution against heterosexuals when between 5% to 20% of individuals who have expressed their views against homosexuality are attacked, persecuted or punished. We say that a country is at an intermediate level of repression or persecution against heterosexuals when between 21% to 40% of individuals who have expressed their views against homosexuality are attacked, persecuted or punished. We say that a country is at an advanced level of repression against heterosexuals when more than the 40% of individuals who have expressed their views against homosexuality are attacked, persecuted or punished.

 

Once established the criteria to be used to measure the degree in which a country is induced to change its values of a heterosexual society to a homosexual society, and thus to change its culture, it is up to the Government and private institutions in each country, as well as sociologists and individual researchers from each country, make measurements using the criteria we have established in this paper.

 

Statistical records that are obtained in different countries are perfectly comparable among themselves for the purpose of analysis and studies. So, provided that the countries concerned maintain the same measurement criteria we have established here. If each country begins to establish its own criteria, the data between countries will not be comparable, so it is ruining the possibility of making comparative studies to measure the progress of homosexual conduct between the countries of the world.

 

The detailed discussion of these four criteria are provided in the Chapter 12  menu "Surveys: Criteria to Measure the Transition to Homosexuality."
 

 

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