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Even If Your Child Is Gay...

Snooper6 Wrote: Mar 20, 2013 4:09 PM
Nobody is born homosexual. There is not a scintilla of science to support that. But suppose that someday a genuine scientific fact, the so-called "gay gene" is discovered that seems to render some proof that homosexuality is normal or even a mild predisposition..Would that overrule reason? Would actual human physiology be changed ? Of course not.
rmccarthy Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 11:20 AM
People are born all kinds of ways for all kinds of reasons and pillars fall on the innocent as well as the guilty. We are born into this world for such a short time, some shorter than others...but don't get me going on polygamies again.
goldilocks Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 9:23 AM
ros, so are straight poeple born their way?
goldilocks Wrote: Mar 21, 2013 9:23 AM
snoo, if no one is born homosexual,

then no one is born heterosexual

so exuality is cultural rather than biological
RosefromNoHo Wrote: Mar 20, 2013 8:29 PM
Gay people say they are born that way. That's the most important proof there can be. You think it's a choice? Well, choose to be gay for a week. Let us know how it works out for you.
rmccarthy Wrote: Mar 20, 2013 6:46 PM
Besides, there is much that scientists do not know and half of what they think they know (and teachers say is absolute fact) is wrong and when they find out, they give themselves a big pat on the back for admitting it.
rmccarthy Wrote: Mar 20, 2013 6:25 PM
SNOOPER seems to be behind in the science of fetal, sexual, hormonal development. Besides, even my enemy is deserving of love according to Jesus...but then we don't agree on what love is either.

Last week, Republican Senator Rob Portman of Ohio announced that he had reversed his position on same-sex marriage. The reason was that his son had come out to him and his wife as gay.

This is not the first such instance. Periodically, we hear about Republican politicians whose child announces that he or she is gay, prompting the parent to change his mind about the man-woman definition of marriage.

As a parent, I understand these parents. We love our children, and we want them to love us.

Nevertheless I differ with their decisions to support the redefinition...