I have someone trying to convince me in another forum that during teen years, hormones are out of balance, which I agree. However I do not agree with the idea that one day a teen has too much testosterone, and the next one they do have a lot of estrogen, thus one day they are straight and the next one they are gay. Then those changes supposedly keep happening and this particular teen goes back to being straight, then he might go back to being gay, and so on until his sexuality settles. Then, to top it off, he mentions the Kinsey scale in all this issue. He isn't aware that I'm gay and I've been in thousands of discussions like this one, and I do not plan to announce it. I do not know about you, but I found that idea quite ridiculous. My point was that teens are driven by a lot of sexual desire, not changing sexual orientations. Furthermore, I do not think hormones determinate sexuality. Too much testosterone is supposed to make you manly, be hairy and like women? He's the one claiming sexuality is not black and white, but then suggests that. Hairy gay guys exist, femenine lesbians do, too. I'm just wondering if I'm right or wrong in YOUR opinion?