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Originally posted by dr_strangecraft
When I'm hungry, the aroma of Bar-B-Q really gets my attention.
When I'm full, it just smells like burnt grease.
Originally posted by MajicSpeaking as a confirmed heterosexual (don't ask), I find the musky odor of men rather foul.
Originally posted by Byrd
But I can on some level detect the pheromones and it's not pleasant.
Originally posted by WyrdeOne
My thoughts on homosexuality can be summed up in one short sentence. A condition created, nurtured, and mostly confined to cities. The first homosexuals sprang up in crowded social groups, it's in essence a lifestyle that arises when competition for females is stiff, and there are many males living in close proximity. I don't have a problem with people being attracted to there own sex, certainly. However, I worry that my genetic legacy might suffer if I were to raise sons in the city. That's why I plan on moving to a farm before having children (and playing with farm animals prevents adult alergies and boosts the immune system).
If I move to a farm, have some sons, and they grow up gay, it will disprove my theory, and I'll eat my hat. It seems though, to be a logical assumption that cities and homosexuality are closely tied.
Originally posted by RANT
...[J]ust because a high concentration of people with a college degree move to a city, doesn't mean raising a child in the city makes them more likely to get a college degree.
Originally posted by slank
To repeat for the 50,000th time, If you are bisexual you may be able to choose, If you are for the most part gay or straight you have no choice