LGBT+ Jewish people

With growing diversity and changes in societal attitudes, sexual orientation has become a source of differentiation among diverse gender-identities. In most societies, sexual orientation is seen as a binary trait, either being predominantly ‘gay’ or predominantly ‘straight.’ However, the truth is that these two identities are but two extremes of a continuum, where most people fall somewhere in between, somewhere between a ‘homosexual’ and a ‘heterosexual’ identity. People do not necessarily choose to be homosexual or straight, rather than being another gender or sexuality.

Because of societal pressures to identify with a particular sexual orientation, many people do not understand that they do not choose their gender, but rather what label they choose to wear. To understand this dynamic further, we need to define our terms first. Sexual orientation is an internal sense one has towards their internal sexual desires; whereas gender is external – i.e. how one identifies with their external gender. These two terms are not mutually exclusive; rather, they are related in that the desire to identify with one’s internal gender often stems from internalized feelings of gender identity; whereas the desire to identify with the external gender often stems from external pressures and societal expectations.

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Because of these dual factors, the concept of a ‘bisexuality’ becomes relevant. A bisexual identity is an instance where two people have a simultaneous internal and external desire to be of the same sex and/or be of the opposite sex respectively; whereas, on the other hand, a homosexual identity is an instance where two people have a simultaneous internal and external desire to be of the same gender and/or be of the opposite gender. However, when exploring diverse gender-identities, it is important to note that there are instances where the desired genders are not parallel and only parallel to one another. For example, some people might identify as only wanting to be attracted to women, while some might identify as only attracted to men. The examples given above can help us understand that there are diverse gender-identities, and not just two basic categories.

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How then does this complicate our understanding of gender? To start, gender identity is often thought to be an innate physical fact. The belief is that some people are born with a certain ‘gendered’ sexual orientation. This sexual orientation is believed to be fixed and unchangeable at birth. Contrary to this belief, though, many individuals do develop various gender identities throughout their lives. In addition, some people may experience cross-gendered sexual orientations where they feel that they are both male or female, regardless of their actual gender identity.

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Although gender identity is thought to be an innate, unchangeable fact, there is a range of ways by which gender identity can be influenced, or even transformed, through conscious choices. For example, some people may choose to consciously align themselves with the opposite sex, or choose not to identify as male or female based on socially influenced factors such as societal expectations. However, these people may still feel like members of the other sex. When the influence of external factors is removed, it is possible for an individual to develop a neutral, or even same-sex, gender identity.

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Many questions remain regarding the causes and consequences of having diverse gender-identities. However, many in the scientific community believe that our human sexuality is strongly influenced by our genes, hormones, and brain structure. It is also believed that we are biologically and environmentally molded by social experiences and events from our childhoods. Because of this, it is likely that future studies will continue to reveal more diverse gender-identities, perhaps even identifying same-sex sexual orientation as a common trait.