No specific biological or psychosocial factors have been identified that determine why some individuals develop sexual attraction toward members of the same sex.
For decades, researchers have asked the question of whether biological or social factors play the greater role in development of sexual attraction, without reaching a consensus.
Today, most studies regarding the prevalence of homosexuality involve adult subjects (5-10%), but these figures also appear to be consistent with the available data concerning adolescents.
In 1990, Ramafedi et al conducted the Demography of Sexual Orientation in Adolescents study.
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Freud's theory attributes homosexual development in males to a family unit in which the adolescent has a strong relationship with his mother and a conflicted hostile relationship with a domineering father.
According to this theory, the outcome of this classic unit is failure by the adolescent to resolve critical psychosexual issues, leading to the development of homosexual attractions and identity.