>Sorry, not really sure what you're trying to say here. Intelligence and nature are inclusive/exclusive????Have absolutely no bearing on the matter
I would assume that the gay animal stories you are referring to will be the occassional "humping" noticed by observers between two animals of the
same sex - most likely due to mistaken identity.
Show me a gay animal that decides to live (as a consenting adult) with another gay animal and I'll certainly be shocked. If this even exists in the
animal kingdom, it wouldn't work in the long term as the gay relationship wouldn't produce any offspring and therefore the gene would die out.
Also, the difference between gay animals and gay humans is that gay animals have no idea what they are doing, let alone how nature works. Humans on
the other hand have eyes and intelligence to observe nature and how it works. Observing and understanding how nature works and to then go against it
has to leave yourself asking some pretty basic questions about why you operate in that mode...and don't blame it on a "gene".
>Oh and astoreth criticising someone who's a homosexual doesn't make you a homophobe per se, but criticising them simply for the fact that they are
Fair enough, I accept that...BUT phobia is defined as "an anxiety disorder characterized by extreme and irrational fear of simple things or social
situations". Well, one thing I can tell you - I aint scared of any gay people, I just don't agree with the PROMOTION of the lifestyle.
As I have said before, the only difference betwene gay people and normal people is what they do in the bedroom. If gay people kept it in the bedroom
then fine, however if you want to bring forth your bedroom kinks into the public realm then expect some opposition. I know I have a few bedroom kinks
but I'm certainly not going to tell the world about them - they're private and it's none of the worlds business what I do in the bedroom.
For those that think being gay is NOT a choice, I would say this: why do the majority of gay blokes have a girlie voice? That certainly isn't
natural, it is LEARNT...now the question remains; it is a choice to learn it OR is it subconsciously learnt through association? If it is
subconsciously learnt through association then is it not possible that becomg gay was also learnt through association? From my discussions with gay
people, the MAJORITY have been tampered with when they were children (for those that I am close with). A very good mate of mine simply states that
"he can't stand women"...fair enough too, they can be challenging at times.
For those that think being gay is a choice then you may want to look into ENDOCRINE DISRUPTORS. Here's a good FACTUAL story:
PS: Yes, I do have gay friends and YES I do tell them what they do is fine as long as they don't try to push it on the kids...and you know what -
they're fine with that...in fact some even think that the small percentage of gays that are pushing for all these reforms are actually making it
harder in some ways for gay people by polarizing the population.