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Evolutionary dynamics of male homosexuality.

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posted on Jul, 3 2008 @ 08:37 AM
reply to post by weedwhacker

Yeah, sorry about the whole stream of consciousness way I write sometimes. Are you an English teacher BTW?
Nobody seems to understand bisexuality except us few who are so lucky as to find both sexes attractive. Our odds of getting a date on Saturday night are twice as good.
It’s just as hard for me to understand how someone could not be attracted to an otherwise gorgeous person just because of their sex.

Originally posted by undo

They love women, but they wouldn't go near that horrible, garbage juice-leaking thing if you paid them.

But your words above are offensive. Truly. This thread isn't about woman bashing. And it definitely hurt my wittle feelings. Yup. I was unpleasantly shocked by it and found it lacking in taste and constructivity.

I've heard MUCH worse in the gay community. A lot of gay men say horrible things about the vagina. It's as if they are making excuses for not liking women. I mean, how much worse could the female plumbing be than what's used as a substitute by guy's?

Let's face it, all sex is pretty gross, and if we weren’t so driven by hormones and pleasure it wouldn't happen very often. Personally, I'm very happy to be a bit older now and not drug around by my hormones anymore.

Hey look ww, paragraphs!

posted on Jul, 3 2008 @ 05:30 PM

I can see a thread closing in you future,

if the ... off topic tangents ...and... personal sniping ... do not stop.

Evolutionary dynamics of male homosexuality

The foundation of this paper is:

Several lines of evidence indicate the existence of genetic factors influencing male homosexuality and bisexuality...

I'm not reading that as a debate on morality.

This is the Science Forum, let's try to keep to the specific topic please.

Let's try to keep to the scientific slant of this particular thread .


posted on Jul, 3 2008 @ 05:49 PM
In fact, upon further discussion, the conclusion is this is as good a place as any.

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