Con to the question "Is Sexual Orientation Determined at Birth?"
"Perhaps those who commit adultery, molest children or practice homosexuality are 'born with' unusual biological influences. But there is no hard evidence of this. In fact, it appears that participation in these activities, like drug abuse or any other chosen behavior, is a combination of will and opportunity."
"Born What Way?," www.FamilyResearchInst.org, Feb. 2009
Experts PhD's in psychology, without significant post-doctorate involvement in human sexuality issues, and PhD's in fields other than psychology, and MA's with significant post-graduate involvement in human sexuality issues. [Note: Experts definition varies by site.]
Involvement and Affiliations:
Chairman, Family Research Institute
Publisher, Family Research Report
Chief witness, Virginia Anti-Gay Adoption Bill, 2005
Founder, Institute for the Scientific Investigation of Sexuality, 1980-1987
Professor, University of Nebraska, 1979-1980
Professor, Fuller Graduate School of Psychology, Fuller Theological Seminary, 1976-1979
"Children of Homosexuals and Transsexuals More Apt to be Homosexual," Journal of Biosocial Science, 2006
"Oddities in Kirkpatrick, et al.'s Study of Children of Lesbian Mothers," Psychological Reports, 2005
The Gay 90s: What the Empirical Evidence Reveals About Homosexuality, 1992
Exposing the AIDS Scandal, 1988
Formally disassociated by the Canadian Psychological Association in 1996
Condemned by the American Sociology Association in 1985 as "consistently misinterpreted and misrepresented sociological research on sexuality, homosexuality, and lesbianism."
Expelled as a member of the American Psychological Association (APA) in 1983 due to the APA finding Cameron in "violation of the Preamble to the Ethical Principles of Psychologists"; Cameron states that he had previously resigned from the APA in 1982