posted on Feb, 13 2013 @ 02:51 AM
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by 1/2 Nephilim
Science disagrees with ya, there is no gay gene.
I don't recall saying there was and I don't know that that has been determined or that homosexuality is necessarily of genetic origin. Another member
in this thread seems to believe it is of hormonal origins.
In any case you'll agree that it has been around for thousands of years and it's acceptance (or rejection) in various societies throughout history
does not seem to have affected the survival of the species a whole lot.
Well no you didn't say it straight out but it was certainly implied. I mean to say its as old as human history kind of, well thats what I hear
and yes, I do agree it has been around for 1000's of years and doesn't seem to have hurt the species numbers as a whole. However, in the case of Rome
for example, if it had not been so accepted there towards the end perhaps they're troop counts would have been higher when the "Mongolians" invaded.
No way of proving that but it does stand to reason.
I feel the OP is biased in not showing the extent to which homosexuality is on the rise in the "civilized world". Right now, it isn't substantially
diminishing any population figures but when it gets to a point where say 10% of a countries population is homosexual there would undoubtedly be a
decline in reproduction. The more gay people you have the less natural reproduction will occur, thats simple logic, wouldn't you agree?
13-2-2013 by 1/2 Nephilim because: (no reason given)