posted on Aug, 9 2012 @ 08:12 AM
Lets leave aside sexual orientation for a moment and just think about it from a slightly different angle. Consider the following:
A) A boy grows up with a man and a woman for parent figures.
B) A girl grows up with a man and a woman for parent figures.
C) A boy grows up with a man and a man for parent figures.
D) A girl grows up with a man and a man for parent figures.
E) A boy grows up with a woman and a woman for parent figures.
F) A girl grows up with a woman and a woman for parent figures.
Up to now, option A and B have been the basic options. Now we are poised to introduce 4 new options on a mass scale. Is it not reasonable to at least
wonder how this could change things? Will it change the way little boys and girls think of and relate to themselves? The other gender? Are there
things that a man as a parent can inpart to a boy or a girl than a woman cannot, and visa-versa? And why are people muttering darkly about
"suprematism" for merely wanting answers to these questions, or at the very least investigation and debate.
Men and women are different. Their brains, bodies, and endocrine systems have evolved differently over millions of years to serve different genetic
purposes, and what they impart to children (of both genders) is different.
Note that Nothing here relates to sexual orientation: merely gender.
edit on 8/9/2012 by FailedProphet because: (no reason given)