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Homosexuality: It's about survival – not sex | James O'Keefe | TEDxTallaght

By heheals

October 9, 2020




This passionate talk from Dr. James O’Keefe MD gives us a deeply personal and fascinating insight into why homosexuality is indeed a necessary and extraordinarily useful cog in nature’s wheel of perfection.

James H O’Keefe MD, is a Board Certified Cardiologist and Director of both the Charles & Barbara Duboc Cardio Health & Wellness Center and the Preventive Cardiology service at Saint Luke’s Mid America Heart Institute. He is also Professor of Medicine at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. His postgraduate training included a cardiology fellowship at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota. Dr O’Keefe is board-certified in Cardiology, Internal Medicine, Nuclear Cardiology, and Cardiac CT Imaging. He is consistently ranked among the ‘Top Doctor’ lists regionally and nationally as one of America’s Top Rated Physicians in Cardiology. He has been named as one of USA Today’s Most Influential Doctors. Dr O’Keefe has contributed more than 300 articles to the medical literature and has authored best-selling cardiovascular books for health professionals including: The Complete Guide to ECGs (which is used for Cardiology Board Certification), Dyslipidemia Essentials, and Diabetes Essential.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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  1. This new to many especially growing up in the Christian community where homosexuality is looked down on. But I do see them has unique with special talent. I guess there is a variety of people. We were always taught they are wrong I never really wanted to go there so I usually left the arguments alone.

  2. Fascinating. It totally makes sense. Thank you for this enlightening talk which helps to spread not only acceptance of the lgbq community but appreciation and understanding.

  3. I so miss my Darling Kevin.
    He visits me now, in the shape of a Monarch butterfly (as he was born in the Year of the Tiger…hence the royalty and matching colours!…lol)..
    He has touched many lives, and changed the minds of so many people, with his gorgeous Spirit.
    Although he left way too early…his impact was enormous…our World was so much richer..for having had him in it.

    He was a Blessing, to all who met him.

    When I first met him…he was reading a book called 'The Inner Eye of Love'…..he must have studied it well.
    I feel his presence around me a lot…"Hey Kev….miss seeing and hugging you, so very much"

  4. Im a straight man but I dont understand homophobes. Its none of their business who others want to date, love and attracted to. It isn't harming them. So I dont understand homophobia or transphobia. Let people be themselves

  5. Yeah, my family disowned me. I'm a huge help to them, they didn't even want me. They just shattered my self-confidence. I can't have friends anymore because I'm afraid that they'll hate me. I have trouble submitting applications to jobs because I think they'll hate me. I don't expect acceptance from anyone.

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