posted on May, 6 2014 @ 04:52 PM
Firstly, let me congratulate everyone for keeping this debate civil so far
From a first person i.e. a gay person perspective, I see it like this;
When it comes to genetics, mother nature is a little creative when it comes to making copies of the same two parents. In fact the variations can be
I am one of four boys in our family. We all have the same mum and dad, yet line us up and we are all totally different in both look and personality.
I'm shorter and stockier than everyone else, some of us have green eyes, some of us brown. Three of us are dark haired and one of us, like our one
sister is blonde.
You would think that logically the same parents providing the same dna mix would produce the same result, other than gender every time they procreate,
but they don't. Line us up and you can see the family resemblance, yet we are very different too.
So based on this, homosexuality is probably just a random epigenetic thing that pops up from time to time. Lots of random and unexpected traits can
pop up when we procreate, gayness is but one of them.
edit on 6-5-2014 by markosity1973 because: (no reason given)