Even though being homosexual doesn’t fully define a person as a human being, coming to terms with the fact that they are perceived as “different” or “not normal” can bring up many confusing and isolating feelings towards the homosexual person and homosexuality concepts. This descriptive correlational queer study analyzed the significant relationship between personality domains and concepts of homosexuality. The results undertaken hoped to contribute in the future revisions of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health and Psychiatric Disorders. The subjects of the study consisted of fifty self- acclaimed homosexual college students from two state universities in the Philippines. An instrument was designed for the purpose of analyzing the significant relationship of personality domains and concepts of homosexuality. The researchers used the psychometric tool adapted from Google internet site to give instant percentile interpretation of the personality domains. Computation of mean and standard deviation, Chi- square, Pearson Product Moment of Correlation Coefficient and t- test were utilized to give statistical interpretation of the data. The findings of the study revealed that there is no significant difference between person related factors and personality domains as perceived by the homosexual respondents. It was also revealed that there is no significant difference between person related factors and concepts of homosexuality as perceived by the respondents. However, it is found out that there is a significant relationship between personality domains and the concepts of homosexuality.