|1.||Opposite-Sex Social Deficiency|
Also known as OSSD.
When an individual finds it incredibly difficult to converse or interact with a person of the opposite sex.
Also occurs when an individual can interact with a person of the opposite sex, but speaks without thinking, offends them without knowing it, or just doesn't know how to treat them. This can be seen in terrible boyfriends/girlfriends, pimps, annoying nerds, and short white freckled kids who think they're tough.
Justin: *mumbling* umm.. hi... i'm justin.. uh...
Hottest Girl in School: Hey, um, I don't remember ever seeing you before...
Justin: yeah um that's cus i'm always behind you... wait no i mean...
HGiS: Ew! Get away you freak!
*justin runs back to friends*
Friend: Omg man, do you have OSSD or something?!
Justin: What's that?
Friend: Opposite-sex social deficiency. You can figure it out.
Homosexuality is a sexual orientation toward people of the same sex. Homosexuality contrasts with heterosexuality, sexual orientation toward people of the opposite sex. People with a sexual orientation toward members of both sexes are called bisexuals . Female homosexuals are frequently called lesbians. In recent years, the term gay has been applied to both homosexual men and women.more...
Homosexuality appears in virtually all social contexts-within different community settings, socioeconomic levels, and ethnic and religious groups. The number of homosexuals in the population is difficult to determine, and reliable data do not exist. However, current estimates suggest that the term homosexual may apply to 2 to 4 percent of men. Estimates for lesbians are lower. Not all people who engage in homosexual activity necessarily identify themselves as homosexual.
Their attitudes toward homosexual behavior have varied with time and place. In ancient Greece, homosexual relations were acceptable and, in some cases, expected activity in certain segments of society. Later attitudes toward homosexuality in the Western world were determined largely by prevailing Judeo-Christian moral codes, which treat homosexuality as immoral or sinful. But like many other sins, homosexual relations were seen as expressions of the weakness inherent in all human beings, and not as a mental illness or as the behavior of a specific type of person. This latter view, which regarded homosexuality as a pathology, ...