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Well, animals (who don't have a sexual preference, or otherwise choice) can be gay, seems pretty natural to me.
With ranges around 0.6 to 5.4 % of the worlds population being either gay or lesbian. I don't really think it sounds all that natural? More an abnormality.
I have nothing against gays----but I am sick of talking about this issue.
I am sick of talking about it and sick of hearing about it.
You'd think there was nothing happening in the world except gay rights.
reply to post by Cuervo
Obviously the right to be Fabulous hunty!
i believe that with the publicized appointed "Spokesperson" for the Gay community at times it makes it seem as though we want "More Rights" than other people, or we want our "Rights" to trump others just because we are gay and "Deserve it" . but if you talk to most of the Gay community that is not the case, we want Equal rights, and yes we have many, rights are different from "acceptance" it basically comes down to marriage which is becoming a Right for us, or like the topics of the Bakery that refused a Gay couple, or a Bed and Breakfast etc. we don't want to "Trump" the rights of other people, but if you are going to serve someone because their straight, we want the equal "Rights" to be served and abel to thrive in this world as much as anyone else not based on Sexuality Race Gender or Religion
it's more than "Gay Rights" it's "Human Rights"
reply to post by nerbot
My point was that it's not a choice, animals don't have a moral compass, it appears in nature too.
You say you 'hate that old chesnut' but that's pretty good evidence that it occurs naturally,..
...in fact it's the best.
It's a bit of a logical fallacy to think that just because something is natural that it's also moral. Consider cannibalism for an example.
Also, what sets a Christian apart from other sinners is repentance. We accept our sins, ask forgiveness for them, and try to live better lives to commit fewer sins.