My favorite group of anti-heroes are up to their usual hijinks:
Is My Child Becoming Homosexual?
Before puberty, children aren’t normally heterosexual or homosexual. They’re definitely gender conscious. But young children are not sexual beings yet — unless something sexual in nature has interrupted their developmental phases.
Still, it’s not uncommon for children to experience gender confusion during the elementary school years. Dr. Joseph Nicolosi reports, “In one study of 60 effeminate boys ages 4 to 11, 98 percent of them engaged in cross-dressing, and 83 percent said they wished they had been born a girl.”
Evidences of gender confusion or doubt in boys ages 5 to 11 may include:
1. A strong feeling that they are “different” from other boys.
2. A tendency to cry easily, be less athletic, and dislike the roughhousing that other boys enjoy.
3. A persistent preference to play female roles in make-believe play.
This is my personal favorite:
5. A susceptibility to be bullied by other boys, who may tease them unmercifully and call them “queer,” “fag” and “gay.”
Your son might be gay if other little boys tease him. The guide also has some warning signs for later on in adolescense:
Evidence of gender confusion in boys age 12-20 may include:
1.) A preference for show tunes, foot rubs, and slow nights watching Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.
2.) Ownership of quiche cookbooks.
3.) An appreciation of art.
4.) Good table and phone manners.
5.) Ownership of a ‘gay’ automobile.
Ok. I may have made those up. At any rate, Sadly, No! has the details, and notes that you better pay attention to these signs and act quick “before he buys his first Cher album.”