In the Closet of the Vatican, by French open homosexual, F. Martel. Fits nicely in with the hypotheses I acknowledge in the memoirs. In particular, those reflective of modern genomics and the usual multi gene locus sources for behavioral preferences, modified by experience. On the behavioral spectrum, we are learning how some strong behaviors tend to sort with others, although most of this is at the stage of hard to test hypotheses. Methinks the treetop wanton choices of anonymous, repeated, unprotected sex that helped spread HIV AIDS, may well be linked to the choice of homosexuality, however influenced by the genome initially. At least for males, sure, we know of heterosexuals who may have a few conquests on the rare weekend. Don Juans. And more clinically, for the weaker sex, Nymphomaniacs. But nothing can come close to the behaviors in the baths, waysides or public restrooms. The multi dozen weekends. And so it is with many homosexual men in the R Catholic Church. This brave author, a reporter by calling, spent years interviewing functionaries of the Vatican, and claims a large proportion are admitted active homosexuals. When the officers act together, oh ye astute peebles, no surprise that the troops follow suit. And remain protected. And are in denial. And blame their victims. And may self select into the craft, in the first place. I suspect much of these things are communicated, wink and nod, during seminary days. Clericalism. And so on. Celibacy doctrine is rare, in most western religious traditions, and wasn't part of the Church for centuries. Perhaps till the faggots took over. Lots more. All sort of fits together, no? Including the frantic PC push to have these choices seen on a normalcy par with heterosexual s*xuality.