I pointed out the dress argument to prove that many gays DO have a axe to grind on the nurture argument. If my young son wanted to wear a dress I would have to point out to him that he was misrepresenting himself and why. A parent has a duty to raise their kid in the real world. "You realise if you wear that dress the other kids will make your life a living hell right?"
Keep in mind that other parents judge you. If I knew a gay couple with kids I would suggest they raise their kids in a very conservative way and tell the children why they are doing so. I think they do most of the time anyway. CPS can make a good parents life a living hell.
My parenting style is very truth based.
Ernest Hemingway was forced to wear a dress as a child and he was pretty straight. That is proof enough that a dress wouldn't make someone gay. He was all sorts of messed up though. More sad proof from the Canadian David Reimer phtt://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Reimer
. Trying to force someone to be what they are not is definitely bad.
I fact initiation of force always is.