Exactly. Their militant efforts to present their lifestyle as "normal" and "acceptable" and their bullying of anyone who thinks otherwise -- that's what turns people against these perverts. If someone tried to teach children that it's ok to wet the bed or if someone tried to have his pet officially recognized as his "wife", my reaction would be exactly the same.concan wrote:I'm missing the option
ALL OF IT
so I opted for the SSM, adoption etc one.
But honestly, I could do without any of their garbage. Whatever they practice in their bedrooms or homes or whatever is their problem (and it truly is a problem).. but I don't want to hear or see any of the crap.
AIDS was previously known as Gay Related Immune Deficiency (GRID). But just as the World Health Organization decided that homosexuality is not a disorder but an "orientation", the name was changed and talking about the link between "orientation" and infection rate became hate-mongeringBlawBlaw wrote:Is AIDS a "gay disease"? The PC answer is no because the virus affects men and women equally and regardless of sexual orientation. The reality in the North American context is that AIDS is 50 to 100 times more common in gay men.
Harry wrote:HeywoodFloyd wrote:I don't accept the premise of the question. There is no more of a "gay lifestyle" than a "straight lifestyle".
Homosexuality is a real stupid life choice. To me, that makes it a lifestyle. This is AIDS day and if you want to get rid of AIDS, get rid of homosexuals.
Your framing of the argument is fallacious. There is no evidence that there is any choice in being gay.
It turns out that the trait profile for human handedness is astonishingly similar to a profile clinicians and geneticists have assembled of another human trait—sexual orientation. Heterosexuality, the majority orientation, accounts for roughly 95 percent of us, while homosexuality, the minority orientation, accounts for roughly 5 percent. (The "10 percent gay" figure has always been merely a statistical concoction of some overly-aggressive gay activists.) Clinical research clearly shows that homosexuality is heritable, like left-handedness. Neither trait correlates with any environmental factors. All the twin studies indicate biology. (Just to make it clear: Everyone agrees that being right- or left-handed is a biological trait, but probably there are some genes creating handedness and some non-genetic biological factors like hormones and neural structure. Which is why with many identical twins, one twin is right-handed and the other left-handed. The same for sexual orientation in identical twins. But—surprise—with sexual orientation, both twins share the trait homosexuality more often than they do left-handedness—yet no one would claim this is evidence that left-handedness is a "chosen alternative lifestyle" because left-handedness isn't seen as a moral issue—any more. It used to be. Then society changed.) The sexual orientation, like the handedness, of adopted children bears no relationship to that of adoptive parents (a powerful control demonstrating that environment is not a factor in creating sexual orientation). And both show a "maternal effect" pointing towards the X chromosome.
and their bullying of anyone who thinks otherwise
AIDS was previously known as Gay Related Immune Deficiency (GRID). But just as the World Health Organization decided that homosexuality is not a disorder but an "orientation", the name was changed and talking about the link between "orientation" and infection rate became hate-mongering
It's always amazed me that when a heterosexual suddenly discovers he or she is homosexual, the world rejoices and accepts this without question, but a homosexual can never, ever, EVER suddenly discover he or she is really heterosexual, and if that individual even THINKS of attempting to change, he's going to do irreparable harm to himself and the world!
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