Homosexuality: The Final Arguments, Part 4

Have you ever read Catholic teaching on homosexuality and how to treat homosexuals? Please do. Compare that with the way the pastor at Westboro Baptist was doing his thing. Please note, its still the same Bible. Homosexual parenting is not homosexual birth. Homosexuality leads to no life.

–> According to geneticist Simon Levay in 1996, “Although homosexual behavior is very common in the animal world, it seems to be very uncommon that individual animals have a long-lasting predisposition to engage in such behavior to the exclusion of heterosexual activities. Thus, a homosexual orientation, if one can speak of such thing in animals, seems to be a rarity.” <–

If a child throws a stone at a wall, has the child not thrown a stone? Even if it doesn’t affect me what is true is true. But if one should claim that the stone has not been thrown then whether it affects me or not I am obliged to speak the truth on that matter. Something you might find interesting is that… if homosexuals determine that that is their way of finding happiness I would not dissuade them if by becoming heterosexuals they are to become miserable people.However, I will still not agree with their choice based on the fact that increased incidences of homosexuality means an increasing reliance on science to produce life.

Science is not full proof. Science is based on the existence of certain conditions, materials and/or circumstances. This makes the propagation of life rigid, open to flaws and effectively, easy to cause cessation of the same. Heterosexuality is our best and finest bet. For every homosexual relationship there is no possibility of birth. However, for every heterosexual relationship the chances of birth, though not certain, are highly likely. therefore, if you would support life then you would support heterosexuality. To support the happiness of individuals is another matter.

Please note, overpopulation is just a theory and in my opinion a fallacious one. There is actual research and evidence to contradict the overpopulation theory. We did it in Population Demography back in campus.

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