A New Theory on the Cause of Homosexuality

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A researcher reveals astonishing findings on gender identity and sexual orientation mechanism

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On the basis of a large scale empirical research, Dr.Chekib Tijani reveals his findings on the real cause of homosexuality in a new book titled 700 millions de gays. Written in French, the book expounds on a thesis which can be a turning point in our interpretations of things. It demonstrates a vital but mostly unsuspected aspect of human nature, namely:
    That the physical body and personality are two components of the human being which may be of opposite genders within the same person. Subjects of this nature are designated here by the term “geis”, from the French: “Genre Endogène Inversé”, meaning persons with gender identity inversion.
    That gender identity inversion is the real source of the homosexual nature.
    That the inversion itself is caused by the familial environment of the child.
    That the “geis” globally represent 10 % of the human population, i.e. approx. 700 million individuals as of the beginning of the XXIst century.
    That this state of identity inversion inflicts a non harmonious life on the individual and should therefore be considered a dysfunction.

About the Author
After a francophone education in his Mediterranean home country, Chekib Tijani continued his studies in Great Britain where he obtained his Master’s Degree and then his Doctorate in Social Sciences. With his natural curiosity for the understanding of societies, he lived and worked all over the world, which made it possible for him to form a cross-cutting view of human nature. His rigorous approach, based on his own research work, and his multicultural experience, prompted the author to present his own vision of things with courage and perspicuity.

700 millions de gays
by Dr. Chebik Tijani
May 2012
Trade Paperback ; £ 9.99 ; 102 pages ;     ISBN 978-1-4691-8514-9
Trade Hardback ; £19.99 ; 102 pages; ISBN 978-1-4691-8515-6
Ebook;    £3.99; ISBN 978-1-4691-8516-3

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