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Mixed Doubles: Our New Civil Rights Struggle

Bob602 Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 3:44 PM
There is no scientific study that came to a genetic based explanation for homosexuality. It should be noted that since there is no physical cause attributed to homosexuality, many have changed their homosexual orientation to a heterosexual orientation through a specially designed Christian program and the help of God.
David3036 Wrote: Jun 05, 2012 2:35 AM
Wrong again. A study at a Department of Agriculture sheep experimental station in Idaho showed that 8.5 percent of the rams were nonsexual toward ewes, but were sexually responsive to other rams. A study published in 2004 by the Oregon Health and Science University School of Medicine found that biological differences accounted for the rams’ homosexuality. Certain groups of cells in those rams’ brains were different from those of heterosexual sheep.
Jay Wye Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 6:51 PM
Baloney.
homosexuality in animals,....unreasoning... animals,is more of a case of unavailability of females during mating seasons and of dominance,not because they are "attracted to " others of the same sex,or homo.
OTOH,people are not driven by hormones and mating seasons,and have the ability to reason,although many folks clearly underuse that facility.
Georgia Boy 61 Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 5:51 PM
Bob, with due respect, you are wrong; homosexuality - at least in some cases - hard-wired, in-born behavior. It is proven scientifically. Homosexual behavior shows up across the animal kingdom, including in other mammals. It is the exception, and not the rule - but it does exist, and making a religious reference to it isn't going to make it disappear. Those of us who oppose the gay agenda must argue from a factual basis, if we are to be taken seriously.
DCM in FL Wrote: Jun 04, 2012 4:00 PM
Not only is homosexuality not genetic (beyond the fact that only certain dispositions seem to be affected by the circumstances that lead to it), but there are no "homosexual orientations" to be changed. Those who cease homosexual behavior are overcoming what might be best described as a "sexual addiction," thus pushing aside what's been in the way of the normal sexuality it has overridden.

I’m mad as hell and I’m not going to take it anymore. For eighteen years, I’ve been playing singles tennis. But, recently, I decided to switch to doubles in an effort to attenuate some back and knee pain I’ve been experiencing on the hard courts. So my friend Gary Faulkner and I decided to sign up to play doubles for the local tennis club. Gary, being somewhat effeminate, decided we should sign up for mixed doubles. Although technically a male, Gary likes to occasionally play the role of a female.

Unfortunately, the Wilmington Tennis Foundation (WTF) rejected our request to play...