posted on Jul, 11 2009 @ 11:09 PM
Replying to the original post here...
Personally, I have no issue with homosexuals 'kissing' in public. But there is more in play than a simple physical act of affection.
I think we are on a cusp here, as both a nation and a world, in defining exactly 'what' homosexuality is. We are no longer living in the dark ages
where lepers are confined to colonies and those with various religious beliefs are held under the hand of inquisition.
To this point, the best explanation I have heard says that homosexuality is fault in the human condition. This based on the simple science that sex is
first and foremost reproductive in nature and that those who don't follow this natural path are, in essence, outside the system of the survival of
The two most dynamic and irresistible of human natures are 1-survival and 2-reproduction.
The theory goes on to say that if you have two islands and on one, you place 100 heterosexual couples and the other, 100 homosexual couples.
In 100 years, only one of the two islands would still have a population.
Again... and this is personally speaking, I think gays should be granted every right to life and happiness than anyone else has. But strictly on the
science of the issue, they may represent a fault in the species. It could be a genetic disease that we are learning to accept for social reasons
rather than to cure for the good of all.
Best to all