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In general sense, disorientation is a cognitive disability in which the senses of time, direction, and recognition of items (things), people and places become difficult to distinguish/identify.[1] It can be due to various conditions, e.g. from delirium[2] to intoxication. Typically, disorientation is first in time, then in place and finally in person.[3] Mental disorientation is closely related, and often intermixed with trauma shock, including physical shock. In case of sexual disorientation, the cognitive disability pertains to recognition of own sexual identity, it can also be fueled by delirium[4] and intoxication,[5] and finally ends up in difficulties to properly distinguish/identify a person normal to mate with (i.e. in focusing on individual(s) or object(s) other than person of the opposite sex of legal age instead, See Also: Paraphilia). With respect to sexual disorientation, the trauma shock often comes from child molestation or sexual abuse,[6] respectively. Sexual disorientation can be the aim of pressure groups spreading the homosexual agenda, in order to deliberately augment the misinterpretation of same-sex attractions among children and young people, by misusing the ideomotor effect in form of so-called gender senzitization.

Types of Sexual Disorientation

The result of gender imbalance are both homosexual and transgender sexual disorientation that can be plotted on a scale that measures the degree of this imbalance.

Male Transsexuals: Men Imbalanced to the Feminine Extreme

A male-to-female transsexual (MTS) is characterized by a complete rejection of masculine identity. The identification with the feminine side is so complete that the man will hire a surgeon to remove his penis, replace it with an artificial vagina, and fit him with breast implants. This person, who will always remain genetically male, is at the furthest feminine extreme of the gender imbalance scale. He has completely rejected masculinity and all that it represents.

Female Transsexuals: Women Imbalanced to the Masculine Extreme

A female-to-male transsexual (FTS) is defined by exactly the reverse process to the male transsexual. The woman so completely rejects her feminine nature that she wants to “become a man.” Since this is genetically impossible, she pursues the next best thing: cosmetic surgery to make her body look like that of a man.


A transvestite is a person whose gender imbalance is severe enough to cause him or her to want to be perceived by others as the opposite gender. A Male Transvestite (MTV) will dress as a woman, and a Female Transvestite (FTV) will dress as a man. The imbalance is not so extreme that the person will seek cosmetic surgery, and he or she may actually spend most of their time clothed appropriately for their sex, but their sense of gender identity is disordered and manifests in an attempt to masquerade as the opposite sex on a part-time or full-time basis.

Effeminate Male Homosexuals

Effeminate Male Homosexuality (EMH) is less severe form of gender disorder in men. A man in this category acts much like a woman. He does not dress in women’s clothing or change his body with surgery, but still his sense of gender identity leans strongly to the feminine. This is the “classic” male homosexual type, in many ways a caricature of womanhood; this is the type of homosexual most likely to come to mind when one hears the term “gay man.” Some of this is due to media stereotyping, but it is also self-evident that a homosexual man acting like a woman will stand out more than a homosexual man with more masculine leanings.

Masculine Female Homosexuals

Masculine Female Homosexuality (MFH) is the form of gender disorder in women parallel to EHM. A woman of this type acts like a man. She does not necessarily dress in men’s clothing, although she might. The social taboo regarding women dressing like men is much less pronounced than for men dressing like women, so it is difficult to draw a line between the outward manifestation of female transvestites and lesbians in the same way it can be drawn between that of effeminate homosexual men and male transvestites. In addition, female gender identity disorder is much more based on fear and rejection of one’s own gender than on attraction to and identification with one’s opposite gender. A woman in this category fits most people’s idea of a lesbian, a slightly masculine-acting woman whose gender disorder manifests itself in same-sex attraction but not in a complete rejection of her femininity.


There is apparently a connection between feminism and lesbianism. Both attempt to fight for so-called 'equality' between sexes by going into extremes but ironically the only prevailing result is antagonism. Instead of harmony, the typical behavioral trait of many radical feminists and lesbians is spiteful bitterness.[8]

See Also

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder


  1. Isaac M., Janca A., Sartious N. (1994). ICD-10 Symptom Glossery For Mental Disorders, 10, WHO. 
  2. Delirium. Patient, the independent health platform. Retrieved on 14 Feb 2016.
  3. Berrios G. E. (1982). Disorientation States in Psychiatry., 479–491. 
  4. Drunk Danes - Gay parade (18+; Parental Supervision is Advised) (7 Jan 2008). Retrieved on 14 Feb 2016.
  5. (2011) christopheryuan. WaterBrook Press, 82. ISBN 978-0-307-72935-4. “I felt like we had become one - our souls enmeshed. But in reality, much of the passion between us was fueled by Ecstasy - thus our relationship was fierce and intense, both good and bad.” 
  6. Lenderking WR et al. (12 Apr 1997). "Childhood sexual abuse among homosexual men. Prevalence and association with unsafe sex.". J Gen Intern Med. (4): 250–3. Retrieved 14 Feb 2016. "Of 327 homosexual and bisexual men participating in an ongoing cohort study pertaining to risk factors for HIV infection who completed a survey regarding history of sexual abuse, 116 (35.5%) reported being sexually abused as children. Those abused were more likely to have more lifetime male partners, to report more childhood stress, to have lied in the past in order to have sex, and to have had unprotected receptive anal intercourse in the past 6 months (odds ratio 2.13; 95% confidence interval 1.15-3.95). Sexual abuse remained a significant predictor of unprotected receptive anal intercourse in a logistic model adjusting for potential confounding variables.". 
  7. Scott Lively (2009). Redeeming the Rainbow: A Christian Response to the "Gay" Agenda, 1 (Version 1.1), Veritas Aeterna Press, 50-6. 
  8. Frank LaGard Smith (2004). "7.Lesbické ženy a Playboyové:Sexuální dezorientace", Hnutí Homosexuálů: Boj za lidská práva, nebo propagada? (in Czech). Harvest House Publishing, 66-78. ISBN 978-80239-41227.