posted on Sep, 27 2010 @ 10:44 AM
As the question is worded and as I understand from the responses I have to say I cannot endorse or condemn any human activity that lacks a definition
beyond with whom one chooses to have sex.
The only proviso to that statement is that we MUST be talking about rational, sane, competent adults.
I'm sure the only time it becomes an issue as such is when the judgement is called for as you are calling for one.
I would be all for any human activity that does not impact the human rights of other people.... but that's the rub isn't it? What if my personal
ethical choices do not allow for such activities? Acquiescing to the the practice might somehow impact people for whom I consider myself responsible
(my kids, etc.)... would I not be correct in addressing the matter as a negative issue? And would that not automatically cast me in the role of
Damned either way is such a case. All because I may not accept homosexual behavior as a 'proper' mode of social conduct.
Interestingly, what happens without my knowledge and without impact to myself or others is a 'non-issue' by definition. But then, I can only presume
that you are talking about public displays of sexual orientation, are you not?
edit on 27-9-2010 by Maxmars because: spelling