objective is objective. it may look different then physics and chemestry but that doesn't mean it's less objective. when something is purporting itself to be a scientific marker of the behavier of all human beings, individual, social, and cultural mores need to stay either neutral or be very well acknowledged. they weren't.I strongly believe that the objectivity of the "science" in social and behavioral sciences is different from the hard "science" of physics and chemistry.
in edetion this was a response given to your desire to address this issue it self:
i elected to respond from the prespective of both some one who is gay and impacted by a disorder of this nature, as well as some one who is invested in preserving the scientific process with regards to both elements.I wanted to address the notion that we should dismiss these articles because of its "heteronormativity" / Feel free to respond, but I'm not debating this point any further.
it is not necessery for you to engage in debates that you are uncomfertable with. but you did invite this response (in both instences).