I'm sorry, but you're in no position to judge giftedness. Anyone can be a technician, like yourself. The less actual talent, the greater the delusions of entitlement. This is to fill the gap between what really is, and what others believe.
I'll tell you who to avoid, both male and female: Those who are not gifted. Those who are gifted are normal. They have self respect, and their life and relations flow from that. Those who are not gifted have no self respect, just manufactured ego borne of insecurity. Their relationship with themselves is abnormal, deformed, and all else flows from that.
Since only a rare minority are gifted, the rest spend their pathetic existences hanging shit on others, often from the comfort zone of a gang. Individuality is (eventually insane) narcissism, and connected to objects and status, since they have no perceived internal wealth. Morality is a luxury they cannot afford, since life is grim competition at every turn. They will lie, cheat, plagiarise, steal and misrepresent as a way of life, since they have nothing to offer.
If you are able to associate with gifted people, you will find them honest, real and often selfless, since they have no false ego to protect.
A lot of males are "turned" by older men, or their peers. They are told that women are rubbish (much the same brainwashing that goes on here night and day) that men are superior, and that homosexuality is an elite club which open doors, including professionally - which is actually true, since homosexuals have usurped many traditional female roles such as cooking, interior design, fashion, hairdressing etc.
But it has many ancient historical roots to do with social and reproductive control of both men and women. This is just the latest rise of a control mechanism preying on male sexuality, which just needs to get off. It presents homosexuality as easy, guilt-free and hip.
It's much more sinister, and degrades and undermines the very fabric of society, which is its intent.
Forces of nature were seen as personal attributes of various Gods, around which were woven a complex cultural labyrinth of tales and myths; many were converted into poetry, songs and art - and formed a colourful, dynamic center of everyday life and rituals.
Society must have been a lot more interesting, certainly culturally richer, pre-Christianity, when the pantheon of Greco-Roman gods formed the daily background of worship and belief. Aesthetically pleasing and narratively interesting, they beat a tortured man on a cross any day, in terms of explanation, inspiration and personal identification.
I can only presume the reason the crucified Christ became so prevalent as an icon was as a warning that "this is what happens to those who buck the system", ie. promulgated by Christianty's enemies.
It's about the Punjabis. Check out their antecedents: Ancient Regime core location, religions & peoples.
"Punjab was part of the great ancient empires including the Gandhara Mahajanapadas, Achaemenids, Macedonians, Mauryas, Kushans, Guptas and Hindu Shahi. Agriculture flourished and trading cities (such as Multan and Lahore) grew in wealth.
"Due to its location, the Punjab region came under constant attack and influence from the west. Invaded by the Persians, Greeks, Kushans, Scythians, Turks, and Afghans, Punjab witnessed centuries of bitter bloodshed. Its legacy is a unique culture that combines Zorastrian, Hindu, Buddhist, Persian, Central Asian, Islamic, Afghan, Sikh, and British elements. The city of Taxila, founded by son of Taksh the son Bharat who was the brother of Ram. It was reputed to house the oldest university in the world, Takshashila University, one of the teachers was the great Vedic thinker and politician Chanakya. Taxila was a great centre of learning and intellectual discussion during the Maurya Empire. It is a UN World Heritage site, valued for its archaeological and religious history."
"Starting in the 1980s, large numbers of Punjabis migrated to the Middle East, Britain, Spain, Canada and the United States for economic opportunities, forming the large Punjabi diaspora. Business and cultural ties between the United States and Punjab are growing."